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How I Went From 0 To 102 Skool Members In 30 Days With 1 Free Reddit Post (And No Audience)

By Jesse Kroon
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Updated April 24, 2024

In this case study I'll show you how my Skool community went from 0 to 102 members in 30 days with 1 free Reddit Post.

The best part?

This strategy works perfectly if you don't have an audience or authority in your market.

Plus, after the 30 days, the member requests didn't stop.

That same post has been sending new members to my community for the past year (and it will continue to do so).

How did I do it?

The Reddit Magnet Technique.

Let me show you how it works, step-by-step, so you can copy my exact strategy.

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Skool Niche Case Study: How I Found a High Demand, Low Suppy & Monetizable Niche (In 48 Hours)

By Jesse Kroon
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Updated April 3, 2024

Today I’m going to show you how I found a niche for my skool community in just 48 hours.

The Skool niche I found is:

  • Aligned with my passion
  • In high demand
  • Low in supply (competition)
  • Monetizable

How did I do all of this in just a weekend?

I call it The Niche Navigator Method.

And in this case study I'm going to show you exactly how I did it, step-by-step.

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Skool Review 2024: 1 Year Of Using Skool.com

By Jesse Kroon
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Updated June 6th, 2024
Skool Review 2023

This is a complete review of Skool.com.

Skool let’s you:

  • Run your courses and community on one simple platform
  • Relieve your community members from ads and distractions
  • Reward people for being active/adding value
  • Have people log in daily, take action and feel accountable
  • Grow community engagement, with little effort from you

The best part?

In the past 12 months I ran my own private Skool group as a business owner, and have been a participating member of multiple other groups.

So in this review we’ll cover what it’s like to run your own Skool group and what it’s like to be a member of someone else’s.

Let’s dive right in.

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The key to community — "10 True Regulars"

To build a successful community, you don't need 1,000 fans.

You need 10 true regulars.

(Credit to David Spinks for this idea... It's brilliant).

This may contradict what most people imagine about communities — spaces with hundreds or thousands of people actively contributing and forming relationships where everyone is engaged and involved.

In reality, only a small percentage of your members will actively participate.

You don't need a lot of active members to get.... See more

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