Here are the 5 steps my team & I follow to effortlessly make $2,500/month with Skool. Step 1: I make a piece of content showing how Skool can genuinely solve a problem and I post that piece of content everywhere - my blog, email newsletter, FB, YT, IG, etc. Huge tip: If I ever see someone struggling with something, or if someone asks me a good question, rather than just DM'ing them the answer/solution, I'll make a video or write a blog post about it, then send them that piece of content and thank them for the idea. This makes creating content effortless and I'm guaranteed to make at least 1 person (the person who asked me the question) super happy. Step 2: In the piece of content I make, I tell people to DM me if they want 1 on 1 help (for free) to set up their Skool account properly and professionally. Step 3: I get someone on my team to DM them back and set up a Zoom call with them. Step 4: On the Zoom call, my team member has them sign up for Skool using my aff link, and then works with them for 30 min to set up their Skool community. I pay my team member $35 (nearly 100% of my first months aff commission) for this Skool set up job. Step 5: We repeat steps 1-4.
Can the affiliate URL ref code be attached to other links ? #myid# represents my Affiliate ID Instead of only https://www.skool.com/refer?ref=#myid# Is this possible ? https://www.skool.com/affiliates?ref=#myid# https://www.skool.com/affiliates/-/leaderboards?ref=#myid# https://www.skool.com/affiliates/-/members?ref=#myid# https://www.skool.com/affiliates/-/members?t=admin&ref=#myid# Or link directly to a post - this one https://www.skool.com/affiliates/can-the-affiliate-url-ref-code-be-attached-to-other-links-besides-httpswwwskoolcomrefer?ref=#myid#
Hello everyone I hope you're all well today. I've been looking for this information, but couldn't find it. Someone has created a group from my group. He's already taken a paid plan without the 14-day trial. How long does it take to appear in my "Referrals" in my profile ? Thank you very much for your reply. Have a nice day! Cédric
Just a quick tip, one way to make a boat load more sales is to find partners who can give you access to the people you want to reach. It's almost like creating your own 2nd tier affiliate commission. Where can you find them Here's a quick list... Facebook groups Instagram LinkedIn Amazon Meetup Trade shows Masterminds Khan academy Coursera LinkedIn learning Discord Trade associations Tiktok Certification companies Course providers Clubhouse Event speakers Teachable Hotmart Colleges and universities Directories YouTube Score Twitch Associations Guru's Udemy Skillshare Udacity Kajabi Good hunting.
Hey guys, I don't know if you have ever suffered from "August Brain" but we have, badly this year. August Brain is a term I coined to describe the times when it's so hot you can't think straight. You may know it by another name ... Anyway, my wife and I found ourselves suffering from it a lot this year so I decided, "To hell with this, I'm going to take a break and re-think what I'm doing." The thing is, I was all over the place. I had too much going on and that's a recipe for disaster. I've done a lot of video marketing, spent too much time on Facebook, Twitter, and all that jazz. I've made quite a few guides and reports over the years and done OK but I wasn't focused enough. I've been involved with dirt world business and made good money but that just isn't my style. I'm also getting older so I was looking for that ONE thing Mark talks about and something far less time-consuming yet profitable at the same time. Not asking too much is it? Well maybe but at the end of the day, the end result is "Traffic Triumvirate" which I am more than happy to share with you now. As the name suggests it's a traffic method that combines the power of three advertising platforms. I'm not asking you to signup at all, here's the download link to the report. (also attached below) >>> https://edkirwan.com/ttguide The only thing I do ask is for some feed back if you have time, the good the bad and the ugly, all are appreciated.
Hey, Skoolers! You all are not going to believe this, but I just pulled off the heist of the century. I’m talking Ocean’s Eleven level of genius. 🎲 Except, instead of robbing a casino, I robbed a Skool group. And instead of splitting the loot with a bunch of handsome actors, I kept it all for My Client. Don’t worry, it was all legal and ethical. 😉 But it was also insanely profitable. How profitable? Try $7.2K a month profitable. 💰 Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. And I’m going to prove it to you. But first, let me tell you how it all began. It was a dark and stormy night… ⛈️ Just kidding. It was a sunny and pleasant afternoon. ☀️ I was browsing through Skool, looking for some new groups to join. That’s me. I’m always on the hunt for new opportunities and connections. 🕵️♂️ Anyway, I stumbled upon this group that caught my eye. It had a catchy name, a hot topic, and a decent number of members. It was about something I was passionate about and knew a lot about. I wish I could tell you what it was, but it’s top secret. But let’s just say it was something that a lot of people struggle with and are willing to pay Big Bucks for. You get the idea. So, I clicked on the join button and waited for approval. A few minutes later, I got in. But here’s where things got interesting - this gem of a group was a ghost town! It had all the vibe of a Monday morning meeting - silence so profound I could hear whispers of my name "Alexxxxx" Picture this: no one chatting, no one reacting, Just pure silence. I half-expected zombies to pop out! (Remember that Walking Dead episode when Rick Grimes woke up in the hospital? Yeah, it was that level of creepy.) But beneath that eerie silence, I sensed potential. I could feel it in my gut, like my sixth sense kicking in. So, I did what any copywriting maverick would do I slid into the group owner’s DMs, offering my help. At first, he was skeptical… He didn’t know who I was or what I wanted from him.
Sharing my plan on how to make my first Skool affiliate $. I am a dad living in The Netherlands, working on design/development and building startups. I have been a fan of Sam for years (since the blue suit YouTube video ads day) and I saw that he is building Skool - I want to be a part of it by sharing the Skool USPs and also if I can earn a buck to do nice things with my daughter. I'm all for it! I have two URLs (Agency website and a Ecommerce store in standing desks > mostly Europe traffic) My idea is to: on each property - create a full Skool review. Hopefully this can generate some traffic and I can get some sort of a commission if someone ends up registering. (I wish I could pull Ted's play and get an onboarding team, but I just dont have the capacity for this). Besides this, I was thinking of making a Youtube review. Wonder if anyone here could share their success stories with Skool? In terms of Affiliate? Would love to know what you are doing. Greetings!
Hey! Experienced affiliate here but new to Skool. I have an account from being a member of other peoples' groups but will very soon be creating my own group to host a course. Do I need to make a separate acct for that? And also where would I find my affiliate link? the affiliates page doesn't have any info about that other than instructions to join this group.
In the fast-paced world of high ticket closing, where big deals and lots of money are on the line, having the right skills and qualities is super important for success. High ticket closers are like the secret heroes who make deals happen. To be really good at this job, you need a special mix of abilities that go beyond just selling stuff. Let's talk about the important skills and traits that can help you become a top-notch high ticket closer. 1. Great at Talking: Talking is a big part of high ticket closing. You need to speak well, be persuasive, and listen carefully. You have to explain things clearly, connect with clients, and understand what they want. It's not just about the words you say but also how you say them and how well you listen. This builds trust and helps you understand people better. 2. Persuasion Pro: Persuasion is like an art, and high ticket closers are the artists. You have to be really good at convincing people to make big investments. To do this, you need to know how to handle objections, address concerns, and show how the product benefits the client's goals. Being persuasive is important, but it's crucial not to pressure or trick people. 3. Tough and Never Giving Up: High ticket closing can be tough. Sometimes, deals won't go your way, and people might say no. You have to be strong and stay positive even when things are hard. Being tough and not giving up is how you bounce back from challenges and keep going. 4. Understanding Others' Feelings: It's really important to understand how people feel and what they need. This helps you connect with them and sell them things they really want. 5. Knowing Your Stuff: You need to know a lot about what you're selling and the industry it's in. Being an expert makes people trust you more. 6. Solving Problems: Sometimes, you'll face problems when trying to close a deal. You need to be good at finding solutions and fixing things that come up. 7. Doing the Right Thing: You should always do what's right and fair. Be honest and make sure you're helping people instead of taking advantage of them.
Good morning everyone. I don't know if you've heard, but you can now find promotional elements for Skool. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1D_wapLqgeqG-DlWAu21i6UcyE3hvguw3SOQ4wjUCC5A/edit Many thanks to the person who did it. Would it be possible for you to add a high-definition logo with a transparent background? The one supplied is in jpeg and therefore has a white background. Many thanks in advance and long live to Skool. Cedric
People often ask me: "Why did you prefer a coach and not take courses for learning?” And my answer always is: “Because he made me do it!” And here's why: 1. Coaches give you help that's just for you. They pay attention to what you need and want to learn. Courses can't do that because they're the same for everyone. 2. They make sure you do the things you need to do. They check on your progress and tell you how to do better. It's like having someone watch over your shoulder and help you do your best. 3. They give you advice and help right when you need it. With courses, you have to wait until you finish to get any feedback. 4. Learning can be hard sometimes. When it gets tough, coaches can make you feel better and encourage you to keep going. 5. They make a plan that's just for you. They look at what you're good at and what you need to work on. Courses have a plan for everyone, so it might not fit you perfectly. 6. They know lots of people in their field. They can introduce you to others who can help you with your goals. 7. And finally, coaches can work with your schedule. You can learn when it's convenient for you. Courses often have set times, and you have to follow their schedule. In simple words, coaches are like personal helpers who make sure you learn the right way. They're there when you need them, and they make you feel good about learning. So, if you want to get better at something, having a coach is a great way to do it. What do you think? Do you like coaches or courses better? Share your thoughts with me!
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I’m Muhmd Hashir, a passionate Graphic Designer, Animator, and Website Developer from Karachi, Pakistan. With a love for art and design, I specialize in creating visually striking and meaningful designs and websites that leave a lasting impression. The goal here is to gain more knowledge about digital Marketing and start implementing it in my professional career. Since I'm not new to this field, I am eager to learn more and more. You can also check my Portfolio website https://www.muhmdhashir.com/ I wish you all the Best of luck on this new journey of yours.
I have created a blog and Facebook page related to skool community programme,I'm sharing the links below Hope you guys like it, https://ecoachuniverse.blogspot.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/2714453852041229
What are your September goals? and what's keeping you from achieving them? Hello community ! I'm Lisa, a proud Ecommerce brand owner, multiple figure earner and I have created multiple figure earners as well, if you are interested in scaling your business from 0 to thousands, drop your issues in the comment section and let's work it out together. Let's get this!
Hey Skoolers! I just spent a whole weekend crafting some amazing swipes for Skool affiliate marketing. They’re so good, they could sell water to Fish. But because I love you guys so much, I’m going to share them with you for free. That’s right. Zero dollars. Less than the cost of a cup of coffee. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and grab them before I change my mind and sell them for a million dollars. P.S. If you want more hilarious and engaging content from me, you better follow me ASAP. Or else. Just kidding. Or am I? Yes, I am. Or am I? No, I am. Or am I? OK, I’ll stop. BYE!
Hello everyone! I am Shirley Jones, feel free to call me Shirley, I am a Network Marketer and highly experienced in Ecommerce especially Dropshipping What are the problems you are facing currently as a Ecommerce business owner? I've met with a lot of brand owners with store design problems, payment gateway, SEO and marketing, I'm curious if there are business owners facing problems other than this... Feel free to drop your issues in the comment section, thanks Talk soon!
Anyone from the Skool team that I can interview (using riverside.fm) to talk about Skool and how to set up a professional community? I would publish this to: Facebook/Youtube/X Ideally someone from product?
Hi, I have created my YouTube channel where I give guidance to you If you have any queries DM me Also if you have any language barriers I'll help you understand all the class lectures for those who don't understand English well 🙂 Please support me Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@LearningHub-dc8wn
Greetings to all community members, I just started studying masters course and joined in this community and got approved. Thanks for the admin. I am much interested to promote as an affiliate here, so i request you the members to guide and share the experience here.
How to build, sell, and manage a successful Skool business EVEN if you have zero experience Well hello there.. I am Anth 👋 I was able to stop “having” to work by the end of 2020 if I so decided. All from following Sam’s advice for about a decade now. (OG customer, when we just got a file with some lessons in, before he had a website with it all in) Following his advice allowed me to buy my dream Victoria house cash monies and only work on projects i care about a few hours per week. Anyway… Skool is spearheading a new style of business, that gets me very excited… Today I am going to share how I am helping my clients get ridiculous results from Skool. And how you can use this information to start a “Skool Community” business today… In this post I will give you everything you need to sell this as a service: - How to set up Skool to automatically get amazing results for your clients (Sell this as a stand alone service £500-£2,000) - How to manage and run the group to keep sales flowing in for your clients (£500-£2,000 per month) - Become a integral part of your clients’ business so as to protect your recurring income building a stable business - Do not forget the Skool” commission Bonus - My “Showcase framework” content system to really blow your clients away. Helping them make content creation a breeze as well as make effortless sales. Your clients will love you that much they will name their first born child after you. I am going to illustrate using my own clients “Health and Fitness” space. Although this will work in any industry I am not going to share real names but check out these numbers for context. Fitness coaches For every 100ish people they get into group Minimum 4-6 are becoming clients. @ £100-250pm (this works with high ticket too) Adding £1,000 + per month to their business. In recurring revenue. Not millions but enough to change your clients lives if done right. You can easily charge £500-£2,000+ to set this up for some clients and the same to manage the community depending on audience size.
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I am Zahra, originally from the vibrant nation of Somalia, and currently a resident of the beautiful Orange County, California. At the age of 35, I proudly wear the hat of a mother to nine incredible children. And here's a noteworthy fact: each and every one of those little blessings is my biological child; no adoptions, just the incredible journey of motherhood. As an entrepreneur, my path has been a challenging one, marked by numerous trials and tribulations. However, I have consistently embodied the spirit of relentless determination. One of my most remarkable achievements stands out: the transformation of my Pinterest presence. In a mere six months, I elevated it from a modest 2,000 views per month to an astounding half a million views per month. All this while simultaneously nurturing and guiding my nine children, each under the age of 16. Throughout my journey, it has been my unwavering faith that has been my guiding light, leading me through storms and opening doors to breakthroughs I once considered unattainable. My most sincere wish is that each and every one of you experiences nothing but the very best that life has to offer. May you achieve success in ways that not only astound others but also leave you in awe of your own capabilities. With warm regards and heartfelt wishes for your success, Zahra