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@Sam Ovens I'm finding it hard to believe a man/team of your talents are not able to work around 'hacky manual things'. I mean, you created an entire industry and your brain appears to be made of quantum material. I doubt very much you are limited by this. People who have supported Skool from the get-go are quite rightly frustrated that they are not equally rewarded for this.
Hey guys! As many of your know, I have a free Skool community. I started the community with zero intention of monetisation. I genuinely wanted to bring together 'my people'. But recently I launched an offer and... ... Drumroll please ... I made $100,000 in 10 days! With zero employees. And with only $99 in expenses (yes, Skool is my only expense apart from Stripe). From only one simple post. Would you guys be interested if I made a free course sharing how I did it? I could share: - Is a Free Group Funnel right for you? - How to START a free group funnel - How to FILL a free group funnel - How to MONETISE a free group funnel Comment a money related GIF if you'd be interested, so that I know who to send it to!
Hey all. I've started using Skool as a front-end marketing group instead of a back-end product group. Is anyone else doing this? Attached is the model I'm using. The key differences to the model most in here use: - No ads - No direct outreach - No sales tactics - No content treadmill - Focus on audience building (specifically YouTube) - Focus on community - Using Skool as a marketing community, not product community I ran the new model past Sam and he said he liked it! I also asked for permission to post this here and he said yes. I think this new model is a game-changer for getting to $100k/m profit. I know it's quite difficult to get the full picture from the image, so if you need more info then just comment "Loom" and I'll send you a Loom fully explaining the model. Hope it helps.
Hi, I have several courses in my community, each being accessible to different users based on their purchases. When I post a comment in a module that is restricted to certain members, EVERYONE can see it in the community chat ... This should't be the case. Am I doing something wrong or is it a bug ? Thanks
Same issue. Posted about this here before, it would be incredibly useful to limit the chat to be seen by those with access only. I have tiered membership and the size does not justify splitting the group.
@David Sekera I think it might be realistic to expect comments related to locked classroom areas to be hidden from the community chat for anyone without access yep. Maybe recategorise under user feedback too - so it's seen as another request.
Is frighteningly close to the give access options, and has no secondary confirmation. I just accidentaly banned someone and when revoked they are no longer a member. Can we have a confirm screen for this pls 😬
I'm creating a tiered community, so not all members will have access to all classroom modules. My question is, will a member who is not able to view a classroom module be able to view any posts that reference that particular lesson - in the feed? Would this essentially be a way to segment discussion between people on different levels?
Does anyone here host a paid membership community on Skool? I love the simplicity but wonder if it has the complexity to serve at larger scale, rather than small groups? My biggest concern is posts/members getting lost within the content and I can't see people using the filtering sufficiently...
@Sid Sahasrabuddhe asked me about text formatting options and I just noticed that some of you just might need some more tipps of what's already possible to highlight text and make certain content more visible for your students. Besides Heading, bold and italic I don't need a lot of features. I love that Skool keep things simple, but for very long text content it might be very helpful. Anyways here some ideas: 1. bullet points are already possible: Press "*" and then "spacebar" 2. You can use emojis like number symbols or colored dots (@Ted Carr 🙏) 3. If you need more emojis, just press "control+command+spacebar" (Mac)
Wondering if we can have a way to re-order modules easily so new content added is top? Case in point, I upload group call recordings and would prefer most recent at the top. Small point but right now the only way seems to be moving up a step and the more that are added the more awkward it becomes.
Will you eventually add video hosting of the courses in the future? That's the one thing holding me back from joining right now. Because I would have to take another step by uploading to Vimeo first and then adding the link here. BTW....I think Skool is genius and I really want to sign up very soon. I love the simplicity of it 😀