Hey team, this was the most requested change: "Make the referral link go to the home page so it's easier to refer people". We just shipped this change. Your old referral links still work, and they still go directly to the sign up page. The new link you can copy/paste goes to the home page. Enjoy!
So, if I create a group on Skool that is free to join, and bring in lets say 1,000 people. And of those 1,000 people, 25 of them went and created their own groups, I would receive affiliate commission on all 5 of them (as long as I was the one that INITIALLY brought them to platform.) Is that correct?
Hey there! Excited to refer people to Skool. However, the default link doesn't send them to the Skool homepage or anywhere they can see what it is or what it's about. I know it would take a while to build a custom link feature (or the ability to add a query string "?" ending to any page's URL), but maybe you could at least give us 3 default links for now: 1.) Signup (the default link right now) 2.) Home Page 3.) Features Page (https://www.skool.com/features) That would really help when promoting! Thanks! 🙌
I promoted the current affiliate link to email list and got some interesting feedback which in turn made me investigate the "flow" a bit more. So the affiliate link goes right to a form with the 14 day free trial and there's not context to what the person is signing up for. Even though I made my list aware of Skool and the features and benefits they were still a bit confused by landing on that particular page. They didn't get the chance to learn about the tech on their own before they were asked for a credit card. I think if the affiliate links went to the Skool home page it would convert a lot better. Sam is excellent at keeping things simple and I think the home page is so concise and perfect that new visitors would sign up for a free trial instantly if they just saw the home page first.
I’m working on an affiliate marketing strategy using YouTube and possibly an SEO website. It’d be really helpful if affiliates could be armed with content themes to use as a starting point when building our personalized content. This way it makes it really easy for us to consistently promote the right content and creates a bit of consistency on the web. Is it possible for the Skool team to create weekly playbooks that outline some content ideas?
Referring to the statement in the 101 mini course "Auto-affiliate: If somebody creates a group from your group, you get paid". May i understand how this Tracking method is working in the following example: Someone signs up the first time in Skool through joining my group. A few months later he joined several other Skool Groups (like "Skool Community" or others) and wants to start now his own group. Since it's easy to switch between different skool groups: Who does get paid - the one that "first signed up" the member or the last active Group from where he clicked "Create a group"?
Love the new auto affiliate feature! Over the past couple weeks I've had a few people tell me they've joined my community and then started a Skool community. Any chance you could backdate affiliate signups from my community? Completely understand if it's a no, but worth a shot! Excited to be in the affiliate community.
Will there be plans for more insight data for referrals, like a graph or a chart to see what day(s) you got a lot more affiliates than others? Possibly a history further than 30 days for those that like to stare off into the abyss
Hey guys, I'm looking forward to promoting Skool though I am curious of one thing. If someone signs up with my referral code, but pauses their membership, do we get that affiliate attribution when they reactivate it again?