The membership challenge ended last night at 11:59pm. Congratulations to the winners! 📈 Most MRR winners: 1st — Avocado HealthPro Community ($24,399 MRR) 2nd — Adonis Gang ($18,695 MRR) 3rd — Creator Accelerator ($13,832 MRR) 📈 Most paid members winners: 1st — Adonis Gang (3,736 paid members) 2nd — 1% Ecom Club (798 paid members) 3rd — Zero To HERO (558 paid members) 1st prize gets — Macbook pro, screen, lifetime free skool 2nd prize gets— Macbook pro, 1-year free skool 3rd prize gets — 1-year free skool 📈 Hundreds of people got more than 10 paid members to join their group. All of you get 3-months free skool + skool merch. Nice work! 1st, 2nd, 3rd prize winners — check your DM's today! We'll be in touch to give you your prizes. For those of you who got 10+ paid members — we'll email you in the next 2-3 days to hook you up. This was fun! Crazy to see people hitting $24,399 MRR ($293k /year income) in just 28-days. Let's congratulate these winners!
Now you can charge money for membership to your community! Skool replaces your landing page, order form, merchant account, and everything else — it does everything, end-to-end, seamlessly. You add a price, share a link, get members, and make money. Watch the video to see how it works. Questions? Check out this Skool payments FAQ. Enjoy 🎉
Sup guys! Just hit a cool milestone with Skool. Here are 3 things I love about Skool: 1. Community - there’s a heavy emphasis on community and my members love it. 2. Gamification - when you get this right the community is awesome without you. 3. All In One - with community, courses, and calls in one area it’s easy to have active members. Those alone make Skool an amazing platform. I could spend an hour writing out a list of every feature I love, but less is more. But that doesn’t mean I’m showing up empty handed… There’s one thing I love about Skool the most: And that’s the ability to create an amazing product. It’s the one thing that has led to most of our growth. We have a product that’s so good, members share it with their friends. Without the 3 things above, building an amazing product would be very difficult. Quick formula for ya before I sign off: Great Product x (Ascensions + Continuity) = 🚀 Thank you @Sam Ovens and the team, Brady P.S. there’s no screenshot bc money is between like 4-5 different processors.
👋🏻 Hey all, I'm new to the skool community and would love to start my own community. The challenge that I'm facing is that I have a lot of different passions that I wouldn't really call myself an expert in those passions. Some of my passions are building wealth, personal development, online privacy, homesteading, board games, and drumming just to name a few. It seems that there are a lot of experts already on here that have been in the info game for a while and have established credibility in their niche. But if you were starting brand new and not being the subject matter expert in a passion how would you start a community and turn that into income? And perhaps the answer is just do it... and build up some self-confidence to do so... but maybe there's others who feel the same way here.
Please add free trials. Some kind of timer would be nice to see as well to add urgency. Maybe in their payment options even, a timer with an upgrade button perhaps. Or even a dynamic countdown that says: "1 day until you lose access" I'd really like to see this, just putting my vote in. Makes for a very nice parlay into the group especially as a bonus add on when you sell a course. @David Sekera and I had a fantastic conversation the other day about the power of free trials and I really wish Skool would offer this.
So I’m driving traffic to my private group and in the last 3 days I’ve had 70 leads opted-in. When they enter there email into my landing page it automatically zaps them there Skool invite to join the group for there free 14 weight loss program. Out off about 70 invites only 4 have went ahead and created an account. The rest are still sitting in pending invite. I also have a separate 5 email sequence that is sent to them over the next 7 days to encourage them to the group. Has anyone mastered this or any advice on how to improve these numbers? I would really appreciate it
How do you stop random people from pitching you in the DM's? I mean if I have joined their community or I follow them, that's fine. But it seems like anyone can just start following you and sending you DM's. I have had like 10 and they are super annoying.
I have a member that used one email address in our group, and another email address in a second Skool group. He now wants to use the second email address for both memberships. Is there a way to merge them? If I just have them sign up with the second address, won't all the previous discussions, levels, etc., be lost?
I am creating my community, and in the Subscriptions tab I was going to set up my bank account, when they asked me to select my country and I selected "Brazil", it showed me an error message. "There was an issue with your request, please try again". It doesn't seem to happen if I choose other countries.
This isn't a feature I would call essential, but I would find it handy to view specific pages within my group from a member's viewpoint. The primary reason would be to understand how they see specific content (like locked courses within the classroom and calendar events if they are below a certain level for instance). I get this isn't a make-or-break feature, but has anyone else ever thought of this?
I'm putting together a MS Excel group here in Skool. Mostly it's for Excel users to discuss tips, tricks and traps, but I also want to offer lessons, templates, and other perks. Rather than making loads of my own Excel videos, I'm using some of the ka-jillions of Excel videos available out there, and giving credit. Is this how it's done in some cases? I'm not making any claims that they're my videos - all the credits are still in there. The only thing I'm creating is the order they're presented, the supporting text, and the curation. Thoughts? I started it because there are only a handful of Excel forums. I only know of one for sure but I assume there are others. Otherwise, the resources available are behind a paywall and it can be hard to get unique, oddball questions answered. Skool seems the perfect platform to fill that need. If you want to check it out, it's at Excel Express. I'd love any feedback on how to improve it. Thanks.
A few months ago I stated I wanted to hit $500,000 every single month in cash collected with the help of Skool as our core platform for lead-generation and community building simultaneously. As we're on the way there, we've hit an incredible milestone I wanted to share with you all. This month in November we closed in on $300,000 in cash collected through the help of Skool for our B2B division, in December we're also launching a community for our B2C division on Skool. For context, this is what I do: 1. Our B2B helps coaches, consultants, experts start or scale their online business to $1M-$10M/yr. 2. Our B2C helps everyday beginners become a $5K+/mo Remote DM Setter. HOW did I do it? I'll break down the strategy for you here. 1. We launched a FREE Skool Community and setup the 3 questions that allows us to leverage to see if any of our leads are "in-market" for a Zoom Call to see how we can help them get to Point B. You can see the 3 questions here: https://www.skool.com/appointmentsetter 2. We then sent our EXISTING organic traffic via e-mail, facebook, instagram all over to the Skool Community so we can reach out to group join request, leverage the 3 questions -> book a call 3. If people don't book a call right away, one of two things always happen if not both, they consume the course content and get nurtured over time, then book a call. Or we follow up till they say "How can we book a call?" or "STOP FOLLOWING UP!!" lol. 4. We've been doing this for about 3-4 months now and it's all compounded into today's results, the reason I'm going to double down on Skool is because it's more focused, more intentional and it doesn't have annoying chat restrictions like our previous core platform, Facebook. 5. Most importantly, every single day, my DM Setter will have 50 new conversations per day and does 300-500 follow ups PER DAY, without any restrictions or headaches like Facebook gives. So all you need is:
Like all things, growing a Skool community and getting engagement is EASY when you know what to do. In this post you'll learn the 3 secrets to growing a free & potentially highly profitable Skool community. Here's how I grew my free Skool community to 250 members with an 80% activity score over the last 7 days. (For context, I have a $47/m membership with 280 members, but I recently just launched a free Skool community so I can create a pool of prospects to nurture for eventual sales down the road.) - Secret 1: Make the group public. I used to think a private group was the move, but I was wrong. Private only makes sense if your community required paid access. When your group is public, it gives people the chance to tour the community and get a feel for it - and if you're group look good, they'll join. - Secret 2: Invite people. I used the bulk .CSV invite feature, but it didn't work as well as I thought it would. I sent an email to 10,000+ people with it, but not many joined from it... The real magic was inviting people in my FB group by telling them I was closing the FB group (see attached image) AND when I told my FB group (& my Instagram following) they could access my new contentpreneurship course inside the Skool group (see attached image). So now I'm going to email my 10k+ list and invite them using the same angle. - Secret 3: Set your courses to unlock after level 1 & 2. As you can see in the image below, I locked everything except for 1 course. This way, if someone was visiting the public group, they could at least watch my Step 1 and get inspired & learn how to unlock the rest of the material. But here's the real secret for getting super high engagement: Set all your good course material to unlock after level 2, and tell your people that in order get to level 2, they need to introduce themselves, and to get to level 3 and above, they should comment underneath with their key takeaways and insight.
I have a question: I have a member in my Skool Community who has forgotten his password. When he presses the "Forgot password" function, he does not seem to receive a notification and/or a function to reset his password. Can anyone help me? Kind regards Adrian
Does anyone know if there's a workaround to changing your group name? I've done this a while ago and I would like to avoid having to transfer everyone in there (around 300 people). This is the group Would highly appreciate if anyone from the Skool team could help out to make this happen - Daniel
For high volume groups one of the main features we've used in Facebook groups is the ability for all posts having to be approved by an admin or moderator. Possibly a useful feature to add to control the inflow of posts in groups?
Description of Problem: it only takes one or two sour apples to ruin the vibes in a community. It happens from time to time (especially in high ticket where people are investing a fair amount) that a student gets upset and decides to start spamming the group with upsetting posts and content. This often has a ripple effect of diminishing peoples' confidence in themselves and their ability to succeed. As a platform that prides itself on community collaboration, I'm sure most everyone can agree that a moderation suite is critical in maintaining integrity. Feature: the specific request would be for the ability to toggle-on a "posts must be approved by a moderator" feature that allows the moderators or admins to preview posts, and then choose to approve or deny them. If the post is denied, the moderator or admin would have the ability to send private feedback to the user about the reason behind the rejection of the post. Business impact: we're about to migrate roughly 3,000 high ticket clients into Skool. The lack of more robust moderation tools means we need to staff extra customer support resources to lurk on the community page, ready to remove any "violating" posts. Puppy gif included below for greater visibility!
What does it mean if someone has 'No activities' does that mean that they have not watched any videos or is it just that they have not marked any videos as complete? Then what does it mean if they have done '1 activity'?
Currently there are only 3 ways to get points on Skool... 1) You can make posts in the community and hope to get likes on your posts. 2) You can comment on posts and hope to get likes on your comments. 3) You can reply to to comments and hope to get likes on your replies. But what if you're an introvert or lone wolf who doesn't want to make posts, comment, or reply? Or what if you're just mega focused on course work and feel the community is a distraction/waste of time? Or what if a community is 'dead' and doesn't give you the likes you deserve? Or what if you don't speak English that well and suck at interacting w other people in english? How can you get points, level up and access new course material or the bonuses then? You can't. Or at least, not very well. Because you're relying soley on other people's approval and validation for your progress. And that's an issue. Because most of my membership materials & bonuses get unlocked as you level up... and I've already had several members in my community reach out to me and tell me they want to level up but don't want to make posts, comment, or reply just to get points. + I'm part of a Skool group with only 15 members, only 5 of which are active, so it makes it incredibly hard to get points & level up. So what's the solution? What if you could also get points by watching course material? Call em "Progress Points" Or what if you could also get +1 point each week just by remaining a member? Call em "Member Loyalty Points" Or what if you could also get points by completing a quiz? Call em "Quiz Completion Points" These are just some ideas. Happy to hear yours below.