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Copy Club

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Copy Club is for skool owners who want to learn how to write copy that connects with their audience and converts them into loyal members.

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7 contributions to Skool Community
How do you delete an existing Skool community
Hi @Sid Sahasrabuddhe , You see I made a rookie mistake and created my first Skool community called Copy Club. It's supposed to be for Skool owners who want to learn how to write copy that connects with their audience and converts them into loyal members. Sounds great, right? Well, not so much. Turns out, I had no idea what I was doing. I didn't plan AHEAD, It was a disaster. Then you guys launched the Skool subscription and that was a game-changer. Suddenly, I had access to all these amazing features and resources that would help me create a better Skool community. A community that would actually provide value to my members and make them more money. So I decided to start over. I want to create a new Skool community with new structures and info. A community that would reflect my expertise and personality. A community that would make you proud. But before I can do that, I need to get rid of the old one. The one that haunts me every time I log in to Skool. So please, tell me how to delete an existing Skool community. Or at least archive it so I don't have to see it ever again. Is there a button somewhere? A secret code? A magic spell? I just don't want it on my profile Thanks @Sid Sahasrabuddhe
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@Sid Sahasrabuddhe thanks Sid 😅
How do you promote your Skool community with a small audience 👀💀
I'm just wanna ask a burning question that's been keeping me up at night:) How do you promote your Skool community organically? You see, I just started my own Skool community where I share my tips and tricks on how to write humor and wit. It's called Copy Club and it's the best thing that ever happened to the internet. Trust me, I'm not biased at all. But here's the problem: I don't have a large audience online. I don't use other social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, or TikTok. I know, shocking, right? How can someone as famous and talented as me not have millions of followers? Well, the truth is, I'm too busy writing hilarious scripts and books, starring in awesome movies and shows, and being a boss lady in general. Plus, I don't want to deal with trolls, haters, and stalkers. They're not good for my mental health. So how do I get people to join my Skool community without spamming them with ads or begging them to sign up? How do I attract the right kind of people who appreciate my humor and want to learn from me? How do I make them laugh so hard that they can't resist clicking that join button? That's where you come in. I need your help. I need your advice. I need your wisdom. How do you promote your Skool community organically? What are some of the best practices that you use to grow your audience and engage with them? What are some of the challenges that you face and how do you overcome them? What are some of the tools or resources that you recommend? Please share your thoughts with me below. I would love to hear from you and learn from you. And maybe, just maybe, if you're lucky enough, I'll invite you to join my Skool community as a special guest. But don't get your hopes up too high. I'm very selective about who I let into my Club. As for me, the only thing that I do to promote my Skool community is to be myself. To be authentic, honest, and funny. To write content that makes people smile, laugh, and think. To share stories that inspire people to be creative and courageous. To offer value that helps people improve their skills and confidence. And to have fun along the way.
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@Valentin Rosas Thanks for your advice on how to promote my Skool community with a small audience. You’re right, it’s easier said than done. I mean, if I had a product that was so good that it would grow from word of mouth without me doing anything, I wouldn’t be here asking for help, would I? I’d be too busy counting my money and laughing at the peasants. But still I would need a way to share it and make people know my products even exist.
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@Alex Carmen Hey Regan, thanks for your advice. I appreciate your concern and your compliments. You're such a good friend. But I have to say, you're a little late to the party. I already use social media. I have accounts on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. I post bit regularly and interact with my little followers. I even have a hashtag: #copyskool. You make some good points about the benefits of using social media to promote my Skool community. I agree that it can be a great way to reach more people, showcase my humor, and build relationships. I'll also make sure to find and hire the right team to help manage my socials.
Introducing "$1 Club" — the first paid community on skool
Introducing the first paid community on Skool — "$1 Club". Its purpose: To demonstrate the paid community experience. For $1 /month you'll get to: 1. See what it's like to subscribe to a paid community (as a member) 2. See what it's like to sell a paid community (as an admin) 3. Be first in line to use the payments system (for your own community) Click here to join $1 Club. We don't expect you to pay $1 /month ongoing. You can cancel your subscription at any time with 1-click. We're doing this as a live demonstration of our payments system. See you on the other side!
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1 like • Aug '23
Wow, you sound like a pro at creating communities! I’m impressed by your dedication and enthusiasm. 🙌 I’m planning to create a copywriting community to teach skool owners how to increase membership engagement and improve their copy. You know, the kind of stuff that makes people want to join your community and stay forever. 😍 I think copywriting is a super important skill for any online business owner, especially in the age of skool. It’s not enough to just have a great idea or product, you also need to communicate it effectively and persuasively. 🗣️ What do you think? Does that sound like something you’d be interested in? 💚 P.S. I love your emoji game. You’re a master of expressing yourself with tiny pictures. 🙌👏☀️💚✨
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@Stella Tudor Thank you so much for your kind words and support, Stella. 🥰 I totally understand that you’re already part of a few communities and you don’t want to spread yourself too thin. I’m glad you appreciate me sharing about my community idea. I hope it inspires someone who needs it. Thanks
$108,000 in 1 month with Skool
Here's how I just hit a record month using Skool while travelling the world, without running ads, without a webinar, and without working more than 2 hours/day. 1. A ruthlessly simple system (which runs like a machine). System = Social Media Content + CTA --> Free Skool Community --> DM --> 15m Call --> 60m Call --> Client/Paid Skool Community. 2. A small team of A+ Players (who free up all my time & get things DONE). 1 VA 1 Appointment setter 1 Discovery call taker 2 Closers 3 (soon to be 4) Coaches (for the service delivery) + I'm currently training a content editor + distributor so I can generate more leads with consistent content output. 3. An offer too good for any human to reasonably say "no thanks" to (which turns nearly every conversation into a sale). "Business in a Weekend" has been our main offer and it's a HT, DWY/DFY service where we help beginners launch their online coaching business and get to 5-10k/month within 90 days. "VIP Weekend" is going to be our new offer, and it's a HT, DWY/DFY service where we help existing coaches scale to 50k/month within 90 days. If someone speaks with us and can't afford our HT, we take $49/m deposit and place them into our $49/month paid Skool community. With these 3 things (System, Team, Offer) in place, you soon get to a point where NOT making money becomes impossible. Money just comes to you whether you want it or not lol. If you'd like similar results, I'd suggest doing the following: 1. Create a free Skool community and fill it with amazing free course content. People will judge you based on your free stuff, so make it good. Try to get people results before they ever work with you. 2. Create a paid Skool community (charge $49/month for it) and offer 2-3 coaching calls per week in it + more awesome course content. 3. Post a ton of content on social media and in each post give away something for free that lives inside your free Skool community. 4. Once someone joins your free Skool community, DM them and see if they want to hop on a quick 10-15m free call with you where you can see if you can fast track their results. 5. If they sound like someone you can help, offer them a longer call to show them a more in depth game plan. 6. At the end of the longer call, offer to work with them inside your HT offer. 7. If they can't afford it, offer them your $49/m community. 8. Continue to study the GOAT'S in this Skool community. There are many people in this Skool community already making 100k+/month who you can learn from... I'm just one of them.
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5 likes • Aug '23
Congrats on your success Ted. I’m impressed by your system, your team, and your offer. You broke it down and made it easier to start. But i have just one question though: How do you create an offer too good for any human to say no to? This is a prob have been facing since I decided to actually create a community. Again thanks for the helpful tip.☺️ Am gonna act on it. Maybe I'll be in your testimonials soon who knows? 😊
How do you increase membership activity, conversions and engagements.
This is a crucial topic for any online community, especially in this competitive and noisy world. You want your members to feel valued, engaged, and loyal to your brand, right? But how do you do that? Well, I have some suggestions for you, based on my experience and research. But before I share them with you, I want to hear from you. What are some of the strategies that you use to keep your members happy, active, and buying from you? Share your thoughts in the comments below. I'm curious to learn from you and see what works for you. And don't be shy. There are no wrong answers here. Just different perspectives and opinions. But if you're feeling stuck or overwhelmed by this question, don't worry. I've got you covered. Here are some of the tips that I use to increase membership activity, conversions and engagements in my own communities: - Make it fun. People join online communities to have fun, learn something new, and connect with like-minded people. So make sure your content is entertaining, informative, and engaging. Use humor, stories, quizzes, polls, challenges, and anything else that can spark interest and interaction. - Make it personal. People want to feel like they matter and that they are not just another number in your database. So make sure you address them by name, send them personalized messages, thank them for their participation, and show them that you care about them as individuals. - Make it valuable. People join online communities to get value from them. So make sure you deliver on your promises and provide them with useful information, resources, tips, discounts, bonuses, and anything else that can help them solve their problems or achieve their goals. - Make it social. People join online communities to connect with others who share their interests, passions, or challenges. So make sure you facilitate and encourage social interactions among your members. Create subgroups, forums, chats, events, Q&A sessions, masterminds, and anything else that can foster a sense of community and belonging.
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@Sarah Davies thanks Sarah, Using Emojis tend to make you more friendly and less professional and also show more expressions than words can. Saw that in an Ebook :)
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Words are my superpower. I built a 7-figure agencies with them. Now I help businesses grow with them. Want in? DM “Wordy” and let’s chat.

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