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๐Ÿ’ฅ So, it happened. I started my free Skool community.
Been on the fence about this for a bit. Decided to pull the trigger anyway. Just launched today so it's a bit bare. Don't bother joining, only cool kids allowed. (That's a bad joke, of course everyone is welcome). Are you on the fence starting your community?
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๐Ÿ“What To Do When Starting On skool ๐Ÿ’ช
When starting your community you need to consider what happens after someone joins. I see a lot of posts from people asking soooo many questions on how to perfect their product (community) because they believe they need to have 1,367,482 features and other things that no one really needs. Look at Skool for example; we are the community, we offer feedback, skool listens and adds and changes as the platform grows, which in turn creates a better product. (so start your community and get the members to shape it for you) And this is great, but I see so many of you struggling with "Where do I start"? And here is how I'm doing it with communities I'm running! 1. A welcome post This post should include something about yourself and invite members to introduce themselves as well. A great framework for this is; Where are you from? What brought you to this community? What is something that you are struggling with? You want to invite your members to express themselves with what they are struggling with, it helps push the boundary of comfortability and in turn starts the first step of trust. Create a safe evironment for them to do this and members will stay, 2.We create a 'quick win' classroom. This is designed to quickly add value and guide our new members into creating a new habit with the features skool gives us. It also gets them an instant return on the money they have just spent to now be in your community. 3.Craft your rewards. So many groups aren't leveraging this feature. Heck even the wizards of skool itself aren't even leveraging their own features. We've crafted our leaderboards in a tiered structure, intrically placing leveraged value such as paid digital products and other products that members can get for free. And that's why, as shown in the photo below, we only have 35% of members still in level 1, and higher percentages in all levels up to level 5. We aren't in the business of just 1 or 2 members striving for a high level, we want all members going for it because then, and only then do we have a community ALL members are;
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@Ryan Duncan Holy ๐Ÿ’ฏ batman, this is ๐Ÿ’ฐ THANK YOU SO MUCH! I just updated: - Copy/pasted your short description = "Win $250+ ๐Ÿ’ต to turn your interests and passions into a profitable Skool community or business." - Copy/pasted your 3 questions to our Welcome post. - Copy/pasted your "search for other groups" suggestion to our Welcome post (great tip). This helped incredibly and can't thank you enough for the insights and so fast. You add a ton of value. KEEP ROCKING IT!
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@Ryan Duncan Anytime! I can send you direct invite / paywall bypass
Reddit Could Be Your Next Marketing Strategy! Here's How... ๐Ÿค–
I built the fastest and largest poker community on Skool in record time using just one simple strategy! In under 48 hours, I attracted 22 organic members with this method. (I didn't even know how to use skool properly at this time so it was big for me!) A bit of background: While I no longer manage this community (it served as my testing ground for understanding Skool), the strategy I used remains effective ๐Ÿ† As the creator of Skool's first-ever poker community, I witnessed organic growth firsthand. Stay tuned for more posts on leveraging Skool's infrastructure for internal growth and attracting clients in the creative space. Here's a Reddit post I made seeking potential partners for my community, which surprisingly drove traffic and members to Skool. For those unfamiliar with Reddit: Reddit is a social news aggregation, content rating, and discussion platform. Users can share text posts, links, and images, which are then voted up or down by other members. It's similar to Skool in UX but geared towards quick information, and it boasts a massive user base. Utilize subreddits to connect with niche audiences, establish influence through content, and funnel them to Skool. Hope this sparks some ideas on leveraging text-based platforms like Reddit to grow your community. Happy Skooling! โœจ
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Thanks for this and for including your "seeking potential partners for my community" example template, love how direct/succinct... borrowing!
Video preview
My group is for video marketing. we share videos with each other for feedback. ideally it would be loaded directly into the platform. We need preview for the clips already posted on Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok. The posted links take us out of the group to see them. The solution of uploading to YouTube or Vimeo requires an additional step and is not always convenient or fast.
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@Ryan Duncan definitely! Also love Loom, hands-down favorite especially when handheld recording. So easy / fun to use.
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@Ryan Duncan same Loom was a game changer for me when I found it... I was like I could record, upload, and track engagement this easily? They even made the recording so low-stress. It's such a Skool-like app IMO. Now if Sam, Alex, & Co would just buy the Loom company altogether to bake full integration into Skool... ๐Ÿ˜„
๐Ÿฅ• KILL your darlings!
(CAUTION: this post will deliver you + 10 engagement XP) You ever edited a video? The hardest part for me was always getting rid of all of the stuff I liked... And I liked A LOT of stuff. For example I would do a 10 minute drone video... and the AFTER my edit it would be 9 minutes. Thats right, I though it was all so important that I COULDNT LEAVE ANYTHING OUT!! It was delicious, But I was a dingus. Thinking like a dingus. In your communities you have Pinned posts you can put at the top and it is a MEGA tool you are sleeping on. DONT leave your "start here" up there forever. They'll find it. Pin it to a module instead inside a "START HERE" course. Those pins are what EVERYONE SEES EVERY DAY. SO make it fresh. Supa fresh. You might be surprised how your engagement grows over your next week. As @Anne Puybasset reminded me about @Hamza Ahmed & Kirbinators (@Andrew Kirby) interview. "On Skool, more is more." What does that mean for you? New Post? New Pin. Dont be a dingus, like me. You can thank me later.
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As a former professional video editor, I canโ€ฆ Agree 100% ๐Ÿ’ฏ
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