(Actually, it was $7.2K last month, but I don't mean Brag?) 😂
And I'm going to show exactly how I did it.
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.
He thought I was just another random dude trying to sell him some crap. (Not my words)
Can’t blame him; Skool is full of 'em.
But after a bit of back-and-forth, he decided to give me a shot.
He handed over the admin keys to the kingdom, saying he had nothing to lose since the group was on life support anyway.
He was ready to pull the plug, and I was his last hope.
Fast forward, I worked my magic. In just 30 days, I turned that ghost town into a gold mine.
We’re talking $7.2K a month on autopilot. Yep!
And I’m going to show you how I did it.
But you have to promise me one thing.
Don’t share this with anyone outside of Skool.
This is for your eyes only.
This is our little secret 🤫.
This is the Nuclear codes of Skool marketing.
The Harry Potter of group engagement.
The… well, you get the point.
And now, the moment you've been waiting for – the Three Step Formula for Skool Group Success!
I expect a round of applause (or at least a clap emoji) Woooo, Let's go, keep on clapping .....👏👏👏........OK, That's enough.
Step 1: Attract the Right People 🌟
Think of this as recruiting your Avengers. You need the right heroes in your group. To do this, you’ll learn how to:
🎯 Find and target your ideal audience on Skool.
💌 Craft invitations so irresistible, people will join your group faster than Thor can summon his hammer.
🚪 Create a killer welcome message that sets the tone and expectations for your group.
Step 2: Engage Like a Pro 🤝
Now that you’ve got your dream team together, it’s time to make them feel at home. We’ll dive into:
📢 Posting content that sparks conversations and builds trust (Hint: It’s not all about the hard sell).
🏆 Running challenges that boost participation and loyalty (Avenger-style missions, anyone?).
🥕 Offering incentives that motivate people to take action without bribing them with infinity stones.
Step 3: Conversion Magic
This is where the real superhero action happens. You’ll discover how to:
💰 Sell your products or services without coming across as pushy or sleazy. (Thanos could learn a thing or two from this).
💼 Turn your group members into paying customers who can’t wait to pull out their wallets.
Now, I’ve dropped the mic of wisdom, and it’s your turn to pick it up. 🧠
Remember, with great marketing power comes great responsibility.
I know you are dying for more, you are thinking is that all, where is the juice, I need more of this.
But you are right, that’s not all, that’s just a taste, and you need more.
This took me 4 hours to write, but I’m writing the step-by-step guide to creating and running a successful Skool group and I’ll be posting it soon. (If you notice, I reached out to some tools for help)
But I might change my mind and delete it.
So, if you want in on this priceless information, you've got to act fast.
Follow me for updates and give me some inspiration on what I should include in the guide.
Your input could make all the difference. Thanks.