Hey guys! As many of your know, I have a free Skool community. I started the community with zero intention of monetisation. I genuinely wanted to bring together 'my people'. But recently I launched an offer and... ... Drumroll please ... I made $100,000 in 10 days! With zero employees. And with only $99 in expenses (yes, Skool is my only expense apart from Stripe). From only one simple post. Would you guys be interested if I made a free course sharing how I did it? I could share: - Is a Free Group Funnel right for you? - How to START a free group funnel - How to FILL a free group funnel - How to MONETISE a free group funnel Comment a money related GIF if you'd be interested, so that I know who to send it to!
Hey Coaches/Consultants, This is my first post in this group so here's a quick introduction, I'm a self-improvement content creator who moved his efforts from TikTok (340k+ following) to YouTube last year after coming to the realization that generally TikTok audiences aren't as engaged and dedicated to their creators as YouTube audiences. That being my experience, I started my YouTube from scratch a year ago with only a whopping 10-30 people from my 340k+ TikTok following converting to my channel (proving the point of TikTok not being the best place to create an audience). Having exhausted the quantity approach to content on TikTok with about 2-3 TikToks a day, I decided I'd venture down the quality route on YouTube and see if that was the superior path. After one year on YouTube and dedicating myself to learning everything about creating quality content, I can assure you it was (at least for me). I now have 48k+ subscribers and created my own blue ocean of content called the "moviementary" where I fused movie + documentary elements to tell entertaining stories that educate. These moviementaries I make now have hundreds of thousands of views each and within the last one called "How to Escape the '9 to 5'" I launched my own Skool community called the "Freedomist Movement" which is an extension of my worldviews and ambitions into a movement my audience can stand behind and a philosophy that my channel is centered around. I made the barrier to entry high being they have to watch a 30 minute presentation and get a password right to join. My rationale behind that was to filter out all low quality people and that it's better to have an active engaged private group of 1000 people that qualify than a public group of 5000 with a wider range of personalities to moderate with varying investment to the movement. Not to mention, the private community feels adds a layer of mystery that makes people want to join and those inside feel cooler about. Although the beginning was shaky, I was able to easily get a team of moderators with one post and now we found a way to effectively filter out all low quality people with 100% accuracy. The community as it stands is very active and many people are networking/sharing information with each other all around the mission of the Freedomist Movement.
Hey guys, How do we select who the members are that have access? I'm adding a paid masterclass and some restricted stuff into my skool, but I want to manually select who gets access. Can't figure out for the life of me how to do it
I want to join a community that focuses on a certain topic that itches my curiosity. How would I go about and do that? I tried the search bar but typing in "Topic + community/school/group" doesn't help much. Do I need to reach a certain status/level in order to find a community that fits my interest or is there a better approach?
Hey guys, Is it possible to have multiple calls showing up at the top of the commnuity at the same time? I've got two calls that happen - one inner circle and one mastermind, but it only shows the one that's next (they are within 2 hours of each other on the same day). See image. Would love to have them both have a count down. V
Hey all. I've started using Skool as a front-end marketing group instead of a back-end product group. Is anyone else doing this? Attached is the model I'm using. The key differences to the model most in here use: - No ads - No direct outreach - No sales tactics - No content treadmill - Focus on audience building (specifically YouTube) - Focus on community - Using Skool as a marketing community, not product community I ran the new model past Sam and he said he liked it! I also asked for permission to post this here and he said yes. I think this new model is a game-changer for getting to $100k/m profit. I know it's quite difficult to get the full picture from the image, so if you need more info then just comment "Loom" and I'll send you a Loom fully explaining the model. Hope it helps.
Hello everyone👋 Hope you can help me out. A few months ago, I joined a Skool group with a specific email address. Then this week I joined another group with another email address. Now I have to use separate Skool logins to access two different groups, which is quite annoying🙂 I'd like to be able to access both groups under the first email address I signed up with (so both are visible in the drop-down menu top-left - "Switch groups"). If I go to settings and try to change my email address, I'm given the obvious error message 'Email is already in use'. How can I connect both groups to the same email address in this case?
So if you create a Free group and have your courses in the classroom.. do you answer questions and help people who have paid for the courses and get access to training calls in the free group? Or do you create a separate group for paid members only?
Hi, I have a question about the Skool. My membership is annual, each month has a particular topic and new members are joining always in the beginning of the month. The new members should not see the last topic, they will have them later in the course of the year. Where is the best to put my teaching video? In the community? under announcements - and then later take it out? OR in the classroom and change the classroom every month? Does anybody else have the similar model? Thanks, Jana
Announcing https://skool.directory/ While browsing Skool and thinking about how to be a good affiliate for the platform, I found a number of threads around the discovery of groups: - https://www.skool.com/community/group-directory - https://www.skool.com/community/recommended-communities - https://www.skool.com/community/free-skool-communities I also feel like none of the Skool marketing describes how mature and well adopted the platform is. It's only through Google I can see how many groups exist the number of users, and whether they are active. As such I've built a directory for Skool: https://skool.directory/ I hope to solve a couple of problems with directory: 1. Make discovery of other communities easier 2. Bring visibility to the fact that Skool is a well adopted and popular platform I find it very interesting to see how many groups there are and how popular they are (there are some groups with thousands of users). I have plans to do more, but I would like to hear feedback and what you think. So please let me know. And of course, if you're an admin -- please feel free to submit your group!
Hi there, I took advantage of the BF deal and got a skool account for a year. I would like to change the URL of my group but it asks me to get a paid account for that. Can you make my account as "Paid"? I already paid but for the year.
i am subscribed to lot of groups at the moment where some of them may be the the most important at this time (for e.g. i want wetube to be at the very top but its down there at 9th spot as of now - refer the image), or some of them may fit into 1 category and i may want to club them together in a category. for e.g. all the groups that i own under 1 groups, all fitness groups into 1 and business groups, marketing groups and so on... is there a way we can get to do that?
Currently when I want to remove a member from the the platform the only way to do this is to go to the members section and search through each tab for their name. This process is a bit slow. It would be nice if I could search their name it the search tab, click their profile and remove them. Maybe adding a button on their profile under the follow back and chat button to remove them from the group as an admin? A search and remove would be less cumbersome than tabbing through the members trying to find their name.
Hey everyone. I have a number of courses that unlock at a certain level. The video's are locked but the descriptions are still visible (see picture). Is there a way to lock descriptions, so they cannot be seen by those who do not have access?
Hi there, I'm in the process of adding a series of courses into my community and I have a very quick question: Which is these scenarios is correct 1. The thumbnails for all the courses are visible to the people in the community including those that don't have access to them? 2. The thumbnails for ONLY the courses to which members or the community have access to are visible? Thank you
If someone was in my group prior to them being able to answer the membership Q's, it doesn't make sense to show me this message in bold - especially since there is no way for me to send them the membership Q's to answer now. It would look way cleaner and make more sense to just not show this message - or at least give me the option to prompt them to answer the Q's now that they're in.