That might sound like a stupid idea — after all, that’s money I could be missing out on.
But I gave these free places to writers who wouldn’t have been able to join otherwise.
Right now, I’m running a “Summer Challenge” in my membership site (Writers’ Huddle) to help members work toward their writing goals.
Each week, I create a super-short video (1 – 2 mins) with a bit of encouragement and their “mini-challenge” for the week.
Although some membership sites are simply dripped feeds of content, with little or no input from the owner, members will have a much stronger reason to join if they know they’ll have Maybe you’ve provided tons of great materials — ecourses in bite-sized chunks, pre-recorded seminars, video tutorials — but members just don’t seem to be engaging with them.No Capterra blogs or blog posts are sponsored by vendors; further, our writers independently choose which vendors to cover and what to write about them.In fact, most of our writers are unaware of Capterra’s affiliate relationships.Try it: There’s a wonderful buzz and energy in working as a group, but this can be tough to foster when members live in different countries and time zones.You could aim to: One of the very best things I did with my membership site was something I was anxious about: I let a handful of people in for free.
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