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 🎉
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.
Is there a way I can remove my community from discover? I get a ton of random people trying to join my community, which isn't relevant as my community is french and the people joining are english speaking service sellers.
👋🏻 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.
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.
Hi guys. I made a 2024 version of the War Map a few weeks ago. Designed it for myself but feel free to make a copy and make your own modifications. It's a slightly altered version of the original. Saw a few people ask for one, so thought I'd share 👍 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vMUQCOJy7B-RyLnHbX6sUHLj-egH8M5O-g7-5aSfaBk/edit?usp=sharing
1. Members page only allows you to see 30 per day, it needs a show all 2. Its to complex to see how everyone is getting on with each course, you have to click per user, there needs to be a way to see the members under the course and their % complete all on 1 page (like kajabi) 3. When adding new lessons to the classroom there needs to be a way to notify members of the course and lesson.
It's been so long with this terrible Zapier integration - will we ever see improvements? For example, right now the Zap to unlock a course for an existing member only works about 10% of the time for me. It's so bad. I just ran it 5x for a member and checked after each run the course never unlocks... the zap returns success every time, but nothing in Skool. We need the Zapier integration hugely improving - or a real API. ps. This is not just me, I bought a few Black Fri deals from peeps who use Skool, none of their Zaps worked to unlock courses for me. I'm talking about the unlock for existing member Zap here btw... not the invites.
Hi, I’m Andrew... I haven’t posted here in awhile, but I had to say this... Skool + Airtable is a deadly combination. If you’re starting out... 1. Create data sections in airtable for "Sales Prospecting" & "Client Management" in Airtable 2. Use the Airtable Webclipper to automatically sync the prospects in your free Skool community into your Airtable CRM (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/airtable-web-clipper/fehcbmngdgagfalpnfphdhojfdcoblgc?hl=en) 3. Create an Onboarding Form for new clients in Airtable, so they're automatically added 4. Add a section for their Skool Profile to be added to their Client Card in Airtable, so you're just one click away from seeing all of their Skool metrics 5. Set up the Dashboards for your Skool Synced CRM & Client Management System in Airtable Interfaces (see below for some examples) (I've added pictures below with some examples. @Ted Carr reminded me of this today, so that's why he's in there and why I'm writing this post :p) Obviously this is the simplified process, but this combination of Skool and Airtable has made the sales and client delivery side of the business so much simpler than when I was using Facebook Groups and Spreadsheets in my last $5mil+ coaching business. Thank you so so so much @Sam Ovens and the Skool community here! Skool is sooo much better than Facebook Groups :p
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Hey crew! Just curious how many of you tried using / currently using setters to book calls from your Skool? What's your experience been like? Do you recommend it or not? and finally, do you see any differences between KPIs from using setters on other social media VS skool? One of companies that I work for wants to use setters and I'm all for it, but wanted to get a feel from you guys if anyone tried doing this already. Thanks!
I love Skool. My clients too. The only thing we (really) miss is TRANSLATION! I believe it's time for Skool to release text customization for the main parts of the platform. This way, admins could translate their own communities however they want. An advantage of this first option would be the possibility of changing the main sections of Skool to something more similar to the community theme. For example, we could change "community" to "mastermind". Or "classroom" to "courses", "programs", "workshops" or something more suitable for each case (in our own language). If this is too complex, something that would also work is the multilingual option for users (community members) to select. Or the same for admins to choose in their own group settings. Either way, the platform would be perfect with language translation. Do we have any predictions for this update? Is this on the roadmap? Thanks in advance @Sid Sahasrabuddhe, @Sam Ovens and all the team! — Viktor P.S. For context, we have a copywriting program here in Brazil, and we only sell to Brazilians — who speak Brazilian Portuguese (PT-BR). The vast majority of them don't speak English and one of our main selling points is that they won't have to translate copywriting books on Google Translate (because everything we do inside the program is in our native language). So, it's a little strange for them to use a platform in another language. Our current "workaround" is Google Chrome's automatic translation. But it's horrible and only works in the browser.
I understand it is not possible from an admin dashboard. However, I have decided to pivot my business, and I want to change my community name to something that resonates more with my brand. But it's important to change the slug along the way. Can Skool team help with it? @Sid Sahasrabuddhe
Is there anyway I can make a member only have a couple days inside the community? Or is this not a feature yet? I see in the members tab that it says "lifetime access" so I am guessing there is a way to do this?
Hello Skool team, I'd like to know when you will have an updated and detailed roadmap. We have suggested many features and the last roadmap that was provided was a few months ago and was very vague. We'd love to from you. What you communicate with us will inform many decisions we take with the direction of our own communities that we're trying to build and monetize. More regular updates would help everyone. Now we are just left wondering.
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.
It would be awesome if we could trigger zaps based on user’s behaviors in skool. Eg. Achieving a new level receiving access to new lessons After running our group for five months now some of our members prefer emails from us and not from Skool so if we could zap changes made in Skool to Activecampaign or any other CRM that would be great then we could tag them and send the appropriate email from our trusted brand Eg. Completed (or not) a module
I used to only sell high ticket (HT) using the classic Ad --> Webinar --> Call method. I was making $50,000 - $100,000/month, but I was stressed AF because of the huge fluctuations and never ending issues with ads. Then my ad account got shut down (yay!) so I tried an experiment and turned it into a low ticket, monthly recurring revenue (LT MRR) offer and blasted it to my email list which I had grown from the ads. With my new LT MRR offer, I was making A LOT less per month ($10,000/month) but I was actually happier because it was consistent. Gone were the days of feeling like every sale I made could be my last... with hundreds of people paying me monthly, I felt financially secure for the first time in my life. And then I discovered Skool... With Skool I learned how to get the best of both the LT MRR + the HT worlds... Now I'm making LT MRR + HT sales daily, and I'm bringing in $50,000+/month with no ads using a very simple flow that ANYONE can replicate if they wish. I've outlined everything you need to know in the video below. Hope this helps, Ted ❤️ P.S. If you want 1 on 1 help (at no charge) setting up your Skool community just like I've done, send me a DM here with the word "SKOOL" & I'll set yours up with you for free so it's fully optimized & set up just like mine. I've already helped 70+ people on Skool set up their communities, and I'd love to help set up yours, too! The catch? You just gotta use my affiliate link
1) Let us edit a post that's pinned in a module 📝 2) Let us edit a post and 'add action' ⚡️ 3) Change the name of the 'undefined' category to the category name that the post was given when created 🐣 Thank you in advance Team Skool 🙏
I just recorded a video about *everything* we did to reach 1,000 members in our new free community, Creator Party, in the first 30 days of launching it. (I approved the 1,000th member live in the video!) We consistently hear from our members that our community is the most engaged, generous, and FUN group they have *ever* been a part of. I’m sharing with you how we’ve created such a thriving group that people rave about to their friends. In the training I share: ➡️ How we set up and prepped the group to be valuable and engaging from day 1 ➡️ The podcasts, posts and emails promoting the group, with examples ➡️ Why and how I asked for help and rallied our community to invite their friends ➡️ How we highlight our free trainings and leverage “podcast chats” into engaging posts It’s everything we did to reach 1,000 incredible members in 30 days in our free community. I hope you find this valuable, if you have any questions just pop them in the comments, I’m happy to help. Next stop… monetization! I’m excited for what’s to come 😁 Thank you to Sam and Skool!