بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد الله رب العالمين والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم وبعد السرطان مرض خبيث يموات كل عشر دقائق شخص مصاب بالسرطان عجز امامه العلماء واصبحو يستخدموان الاعلاجات الكيميائية المعروفه عالميآ اصبح يهدد العالم بي العجز الكلي تم اختراع علاج ANNONA CHERIMOLA من قبل شاب يمني خليل سعيد احمد عبده هل يعتبر علاج ANNONA CHERIMOLA نهائة العالم ؟ ما هو مصير الشركة العالميه لصناعة علاجة السرطان الكيميائيه ؟ هل شركة صناعة العلاجة السركان التقليديه ستسمح لهذا العلاج بالظهور ؟ اصبح امراض السرطان منتشره بشكل لا يطاق وثلث العالم مصابين بامراض السرطان اصبحت العلماء عاجزين عن مواجة هذا المرض المنتشر بشجل جنوني ويشكل فظيع كسرطان الرحم وسرطان المبيض وسرطان البرستاته وسرطان الثدي وسرطان البنرياس منتسره وبشكل غير مسبوق لقد وجد هذا العلاج طريقه لنوار واثبت تجاربه مخبريآ وعمليآ وسريريأ واثبت نجاحه انه من مواد طبيعيه ليس له اي اظرار عل حسم المريض واول علاج على مستواء العالم لمرض السركان على شكل كبسوالة يستجدم جرعة بشكل يومي لمدة عشرين يوم فقط ويتم علاج السرطان بشكل تام انه حمض اليمونين الذي يعمل على تحديد الخلاياء السرطانية ومنعها من الانتشار وا الزيوات الثقيله لشمندر الذي تقضي على الهلاياء السرطانية اصبح الاطباء والعالم عاجزين عن مواجة هذا المرض الخبيث والموالم جدآ وعلاجن الكيميائي يقتل جميع خلاياء الجسم ومن ثماء اعادة الخلاياء الى وظعها التبيعي هذا ما يفقد الجسم المصاب 40 % من الجسم وان تعافي يبقي متاثر من المرض والعلاج الموالم والقاتل لقد تم مراقبة هذا الاختراع من قبل مركز الاورام السرطانيه الاول بي بريطانياء انجلتراء وتم نشر هذا الاختراع والاعتراف به من قبل المجله العالميه العالميه الاوالى SSRN اصبح انهايه العالم ان استرالي تخزن ملايين من هذا العلاج ولم تستخدمه للمصابين اصبح نهاية العالم لقد شارك المحترع بي صناعة الريبوتات بعلاج السرطان وريبوتات استائصال الاورام السرطانية صور متعلقة بالموضوع مقاطع فيديو تغريدات أو منشورات ذات علاقة بنص المقال علاج ANNONA CHERIMOLA اول علاج بالعالم اختراع والمشاركه باختراع وصناعة ربيوتات علاج السرطان واجراء عمليات جراحيه باستخدتم الريبوتات استائصال اورام السرطان اوال علاج على شكل كبسواله على مستواء العالم لعلاج السرطان
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WARNING: This post may completely change how you approach online sales. If you’re a coach, guru, influencer, or teacher and you want to be making an extra $5,000 - $10,000 in fully automated, recurring monthly income... Keep reading because... In this post you're going to see how you can make monthly recurring income (MRR) with your own micro-niche online community using Skool. (Have A.D.H.D. & can't read? Just scroll down to the very bottom and you'll get my 8 Step Framework to follow to set up and grow your own 5-10k/month community, without needing a big following, and without needing a ton of content.) Let's begin: What's a micro-niche online community? Think of it like a subscription membership you can offer, either in addition to, or instead of, traditional 1:1 coaching & 1 time courses. (@Sam Ovens says to think of it like a 'country club'.) Typical deliverables may include: • Community Q&A forum • Weekly or monthly group Zoom call • Videos • Other helpful resources like ebooks, mp3's, etc. But here’s what’s cool: Micro-niche online communities can still sell extremely well even if you DON'T have a big following… I heard about this guy named Nick who sold 180 spots to his audience of 200 people... because he knew exactly what they wanted and made them a deal they couldn't refuse. And strangely enough, these micro-niche communities also work really well even if you don’t create a ton of content for them... Turns out, the #1 reason people say they unsubscribe is because there's “too much content” to go through. So now that you know WHAT a micro-niche online community is… Let me show you WHY they're by far the best thing to sell going forward... Here's why they're better than high ticket, better than stand alone courses, and better than 1:1 coaching. Though first, just so you know what I'm talking about… here's some context: I wasn’t always an online community expert. Making tens of thousands from communities and helping others build & grow their communities was NEVER my intention.
hello, trying to make a skool subscription community outside US and Canada, does anyone have experience with overseas paying clients?
First big thanks to @Andrew Kirby @Ted Carr and @Sam Ovens. Andrew and Ted have helped a lot in terms of community structure. I did a QUICK VIDEO on how I've set up my Skool community: 1. Provide a lot of free value 2. Make paid products obvious (but not annoying) 3. Streamline a good user experience 4. Launch a lower-ticket product quickly --------- A couple of features would be cool. I'd love to be able to rename "Resources" in a course module to something else in case I use the links for a different reason. And let me choose if it opens a new page or not. I was using the Resources link almost as a "Next" button so it went to the next module. And I also used them as a BUY NOW button.
Skool is amazing - with it, I generate about $10,000/m in recurring revenue with my LT offer, and another $30,000-$40,000/month with my HT offer. This is how I've set things up - nice & simple. If you have any questions, comment below 👇 P.S. Want my shirt? Visit https://skoolmerch.com/
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Hey guys, it's Jeff & Jess (your favorite Skool coach couple) with another super high budget video/Oscar-worthy performance, sharing how we're using skool for the 2nd launch of our paid mastermind. We'll keep you posted on how the launch plays out...
I build micro-SaaS applications. These are niche focused, low overhead softwares with 1-3 great features. They can be used to generate leads by offering a tech lead magnet instead of ebooks/webinars/case-studies, and evolved into a business generating 10k - 15k profit/month and beyond. One of the recurring themes that arise in the world of SaaS is the importance of having an audience. Having an audience makes launching easier, and provides critical feedback so that you can evolve your SaaS according to the loudest demands of your audience. This is how Skool was built - Sam launched his product to his audience, and didn’t worry about it being perfect. He let users post about the features they wanted, and added them as he went along, until he reached product/market fit and started monetizing. The interesting thing is, if you're a successful consultant, coach, or online creator, you may have the same key ingredients to undertake SaaS like Sam did. Some of those ingredients are having insight into a niche problem to solve, and knowing how to build an audience. Everything great starts small - so first, you develop a narrowly scoped Micro-SaaS that solves a niche problem you know about in your market. Then, you launch that MVP to your audience - all they have to do is join your Skool group to gain free access. Now you're building a community of fans by providing value in a unique way, while collecting critical feedback on your product. Using this feedback, you keep making your SaaS better, until one day you reach product/market fit, and can start monetizing your product. But here's why this works incredibly well with established consultants/coaches - you already have existing info-products to offer to your niche. Not only is that a huge opportunity to combine consulting with your SaaS product, but you're also gaining leads to your core offerings through the community you build. Sam kept selling his masterminds until he went all in on Skool, because that is what funded the development until he felt like it was time to focus on it completely.
Good communities highlight their members. It's all about the members. That's YOU! We want YOU to share how you're using Skool so others can get ideas and learn. We'll give spot prizes (like Skool merch) to members who share something cool. If you share something people find useful — we'll promote you to our 800k email list, 134k YouTube subs, and put you on our website that gets millions of monthly visits. We created a new category called "How I'm using Skool". Check it out! If you want to share how you're using Skool, create a post in that category with a good title, a short description, and a quick (less than 5m) Loom video sharing your setup/use-case. Help us help you!
8 months ago I started Freelancing as a Twitter Ghostwriter... Fast forward to present day, I run a multi-6 figure Twitter content & media-buying agency and have a team of 4 rockstars 🎸 But the revelation came a few months ago when I started to work exclusivity with online education/info businesses... We help coaches & mentors scale their programs using Twitter and (you guessed it) Skool! One of our clients has done $400,000+ YTD sales and has 700+ paid members on Skool. We just onboarded, migrated, and trained another client on Skool (from Slack). Now we're fully focused on scaling Skool-native Info businesses. Why? Content from Skool is easily repurposed to Twitter (student wins, student questions, etc.) Also, Skool and Twitter integrate seamlessly with community building and both short and long-form written content. (and we just love the Skool experience) Wish I could share a Loom showing off our client Skools but don't want to Doxx. Thanks for reading y'all. Happy to be here. 🐦
I now have everything (3 communities) in Skool with many classrooms. I can easily see investing time to build several more communities in the near future, if not 10 to 15. Living my best life with purpose. Cheers!
I have 3 Skool groups. 1- Free Group: this is where people can join for free and learn how to trade futures. How I filled this group by promoting it through my social media platforms and now people are adding their friends and so on. This is a self service group. I use this group to promote my LTO algo they need to trade with. 2- LTO group. I sell an algo people need to trade. So when they purchase it they get added to this group. We offer live trading together and a private chat group via telegram (Skool needs a chatroom feature with live notifications) This group I start to help people replace their income and become full time traders. I hand pick people to join the next group. 3- The Mastermind: this group is all about harmony and accountability. We have a system that tracks daily trading and performance and we hold each other capable and accountable daily. This group is a very tight group. 100 people max. 30k a year to be a part of this group. The main thing is to create a place where people feel supported and valued. 💯
Opening my low ticket Skool page today. With the help of this group I opened my free community 2 weeks and have got it to over 600 members so time to open the first VIP rooms :)
Sam discusses Darwin's Theory of Evolution extensively in his content. He describes how we all need to evolve to survive in business, just like animals in nature. This is true for every creature, all the way from bugs to humans - and business is no different. Business is an ecosystem, where you are competing for customers, and you have to adapt to changing customer preferences and technology in order to thrive. The people you are fighting against are your competitors, and how you win is by providing more value than anybody else. But people often forget about this. They experience success, and then they remain static. They coast, and don't continue to evolve. But then someone comes in who is a bit hungrier, and ready to adapt faster. They think a little bit differently than the existing businesses, and are ready to provide more. And this is what kills existing businesses. It is failure to adapt to change. Sam has already evolved - and we're all experiencing it here with Skool. He evolved to SaaS - and it's a big jump. But if you're a consultant/coach/online expert - you may have the same key ingredients to evolve like Sam did, and supercharge your offer with SaaS. With the right strategy, you can become a SaaS Founder, and thrive in even the reddest of oceans. If you'd like to learn more about my strategy for becoming a SaaS founder, and get free access to AI micro-SaaS prototypes I release, feel free to join my Skool group that I'm building: Free Skool Group It's still early days for the group - but we're gaining speed, and it's through the amazing people who are joining.
My free Skool community is barely a month old with just 22 members so far. Even so, I've learnt a lot and am gaining the experience and confidence I need to launch a backend paid community further down the line. The community is for people who want to "make money online" whether through affiliate marketing, or by offering their own services or skills. Okay, so here are 5 things I've done so far to try and add value to the community: 1. Use Google docs to create PDFs that address questions discussed in webinars. The PDF is written specifically for the person who asked the question, but made available in the Community "Resources" section for anybody else to download as well. 2. I posted a Resources page that links out to all the resources and services I use to build my own online business. Those links are rotators. As people rise in rank, they unlock the right to add their own affiliate link to one of the rotators - one additional link per rise in rank. 3. Blog coop: I expect a lot of the members will come from a blockchain-based blogging community that I am active in. I have set up a blog coop in the Community for people to post links to their latest content and to support other bloggers in our community. 4. Create synergistic relationships: One of our members runs his own blockchain-based community which is relevant to the interests of my community. He will create a course for our community, and I will encourage our members to get involved in his community. 5. Fun and Games: I am giving away NFTs to members who start playing a blockchain-based monster fighting game. 👾⚔️👾😄
Hey, My name is Josh Gavin. As per request, I'm here to share how I'm using a $27 offer to fill my Skool group with members who engage, collaborate and upsell into my $3k+ offers. To give you some history... I grew a Facebook group to 5200 members and collected $486,000 cash from it without running a single paid ad. But while I was doing this I noticed my homies over at Clients & Community had invented this new concept of running ads to a lead magnet which would then point to a free group. So after some time, this method became very popular which meant new problems appeared. But here I was... Growing just as fast as everyone else without running paid ads. So I decided to launch an LTO (low ticket offer) as a side mission to teach all these struggling group owners how to get new members without ads. I never planned on this becoming my main offer since I hated the thought of becoming another one of those 'coaches' who help 'coaches' with organic marketing lol But here I was with a method no one else was teaching... So I launched it! And just 30 days later I enrolled over 200 people at $27 + 40 people into a sass upsell. Using my V1 funnel here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/join Then I decided I wanted to take this more seriously and increase my AOV as I started learning more from the LTO God himself Alen Sultanic... So I added new upsells and launch V2 which you can find here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/offer Then in December, I launched V3 which you can find here: https://www.organicgroupmethod.com/launch But here’s where things get spicy… Although I believe Facebook is still better for a free group since you can get more attention to funnel people into sales conversation… I don’t like FB as a client portal for paid products…
One of my objectives for the quarter is to transition as many of my 1k FB group members over to my free Skool group funnel. This is the process: 1. Post in FB group telling members about the new Skool community group through a short Loom video and that I'm looking for a limited number of beta testers to try out the course/community in the Skool group in return for feedback that can later be used in marketing the Skool group. Using scarcity here is key. Ask people to comment on the post and reply to everyone who comments which will spark the algo. Set a target number and let them know that once you hit the limit for your first cohort of testers you won't be taking on new members. For people who request access after you've hit the limit publicly let them know that you've reached your current target but you'll put them on a waiting list for the next cohort. This gives a feeling of exclusivity which increases the perceived value. 2. After a few weeks comment on the post again announcing that you're now looking for a second cohort of testers. You can repeat this process until you've exhausted the demand. 3. Message everyone in your group (or task a VA) letting them know about the group. Here's the message we're using: 'Hi *NAME* hope you're well. Just going through a select number of members of my 'New Age Advisor' Facebook group to let you know that I'm shifting it over to a new platform called ‘Skool.’ There's a classroom area with a course in there too with £1000’s worth of value The idea is to build a community of FS firms looking to scale to 6 and 7 figures. I’m limiting the numbers in there to keep the community focused on quality over quantity. Send me your email if you'd like an invite & I'll fire one over. D' My next plan is to email my list and set up Linkedin automation to let my connections there know about the Skool group and make some FB reels and a YouTube video. Hope this helps
My community is called FIERCE MOMS! All of our trainings, discussion, curriculum and other resources are designed to help moms create lives THEY love, so in turn they can raise happy, healthy, confident kiddos who can change the world! https://www.loom.com/share/56ceb81e665f4ceba6a69ef55c4d9b9f
Our niche is helping business owners leverage youtube to build leads and multiple revenue streams doing what they love through a 'proven' and an 'accelerated' method that we call the 'Youtubeneur' Method. I am honestly living my passion through my Free Skool Community🏫 and get to share and provide 5 key value🌟 nuggets to our community members apart from collaborating and having a lot of fun: V1 --> Hack Youtube Growth V2 --> Build Online Influence & Authority V3 --> Generate Organic leads leveraging Youtube V4 --> Create Multiple Revenue Streams💰 V5 --> Do all this following what you love❤️ We have an entire process of generating leads for our Skool community as well as nurturing, engaging and retaining them and finally converting them into paid customers if they like to advance their skill sets and accelerate the progress in the niche.
I've spent the last 7 years of my life growing to over 500,000 Streams on Music platforms Reaching 25K followers on Instagram and growing my other social media pages, while learning the best way to accomplish this most efficiently. My Course "BuzzBuilders" Covers - How to go from 0-10,000 followers on social media - The easiest process of making Content - Utilizing AI for content creation - when and where to post - my Secret "Trifecta Method" for 3xing reach with 1 post - how to leverage you social media to make $$ - How to get Verified - Special algorithm hacks - WAY MORE The goal is to educate everyone on the importance of a powerful image on your social media that truly represents what you stand for. Come Check It Out! https://www.loom.com/share/9ac42c7ed0224bd4956e9268ff90d9fb
Hey guys...in this quick 4 min video, we share how we're using skool...including how we used it to launch our paid beta mastermind, how we're gonna use it to launch a free community this week, & how we plan to scale this puppy organically...we'll see what happens! Feel free to watch at 2x speed...it won't hurt our feelings :) -Jeff & Jess Bangshow
Opened my first Skool platform on Monday and just passed 150 members. I have my low ticket platform opening today and looking to create some FOMO. Thanks for all the support. Big thanks to @Ted Carr and the supporting material in this group.
Hey guys, it's Jeff & Jess (your favorite Skool coach couple) with another MIND-BLOWING discovery... just kidding it's a small, but valuable tip we stumbled on this week that'll most likely help increase your coaching call show rate in Skool, so that you can help your clients get better/faster results! We'll keep you posted on how it plays out tmrw... P.S....yes, Jess is wearing a parka in California (everywhere's cold compared to Puerto Rico) #brrrr
I use Skool by helping creators make a substantial living doing what they are great at and what they love. PS. I have nothing to sell you. I am just passionate about education.
We just completed 1 MN Subscribers on Youtube, and in just the last 15 days, we have 15,000 more subscribers, which means the methods 'do' work. Well, one of the challenges was that our youtube channel falls under the niche of 'social awareness', which is very different from our courses/consulting niche (on hacking youtube growth and leveraging it organically for business growth). But then, we have created a layer of a free programme, i.e. mentorship, which we promote on our youtube channel and from mentoring, we nurture and segment our leads for the relevant offers. Looking forward to using our youtube channel now to identify leads for our flagship course on 'hacking youtube growth and leveraging it for business growth and to get them into our free community on skool Let us know if you have any ideas/suggestions for this and if you think there is a better way to convert our subscribers into customers.
A strategy that you can use for your mastermind which I've been inspired from Sam Ovens & Andrew Kirby. Hope it helps.
I decided to use Skool as I wanted to create a distraction free community outside of Facebook for once. With Chat GPT and so many people using it, I knew there would be massive potential in offering a home for users around the world to learn from each other. I'm offering a free course and a paid course all within Skool. The paid course funnel is mainly YouTube > Free Skool Community > Salespage > Paid Course. I was inspired to use the community method by the free training in your classroom provided by Andrew Kirby. 🙌
Hey Fam! I'm Dion, based on the Sunshine Coast in QLD Australia. Loving Skool and been a long term fan of Sam's. I have switched from Teachable and FB private groups and the way myself and my team are using Skool has been very effective- even just being 7 days in! We have created a Free Community for start up entrepreneurs in SKOOL as a funnel- we then offer 'lead magnets mini courses' as the level up, have our paying students ring the bells and share wins and knowledge in the free community which is going really well! After the 1st 4 days we have gained 4 new high ticket clients using it this way, which in the past would have cost us $400-500 in ads using FB getting people to a private group or VSL. All Free members can see our private course content- which is also creating a lot of interest. Getting paying members is great but TBH just building a sick community of like-minded people is just so easy with this platform. Everyone is particularly loving the gamification and ease of use of the platform. Shout out to @Sid Sahasrabuddhe also for answering my daily 50 Q's 😂 🤣 Love what you and your team have created @Sam Ovens !
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