When was the last time you visited the Insider Forum?
There’s always so much great info and knowledge being passed around that we want to make sure Insiders don’t miss it!
This time around, we want to spotlight the following conversations:
- Submit Your Suggestions For Video Tutorials
- How Much Content Do You Really Need To Offer?
- What Have Been Your Pricing “A-Ha” Moments?
Join in on all the action by clicking through…
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How do you know how much content is enough?
When starting out, you want to present enough content to your members so they see the value of what they are paying for. Members should feel they are getting great bang for their buck when they start digging into your content.
But, how do you know when it is too much or too little?
Not enough articles or videos will cause members to question their choice to sign up while a seemingly unending avalanche of podcasts and webinars may result in the very same situation.
This forum thread talks about finding that “Sweet Spot” and delivering just what members want and need.
How much should you charge for your site?
Can you raise of lower your price later?
Should you include Up-sells?
All of these questions (and many more) are brought up and discussed in this informative exchange between Insiders. Pricing your membership is one of the most important steps when building and maintaining a site.
This means there are a number of factors to consider.
Some of the choices you make now can affect your options down the line.
Stu McLaren jumps into this conversation with 4 things to keep in mind when setting the price for your membership.
This time around, we want to know what types of subjects you would like covered in some more technical tutorial videos.
WishList Team member John is going to be creating a series of video tutorials and we want to know what you want to learn more about.
As John mentions on this thread…
“While it’s generally focused on technical stuff (since that’s what I know) that doesn’t mean it has to be all coding. It could really be anything, so if you have a suggestion, just post it below and I’ll see if/how I can work it in.”
So please feel free to head over to the forum and post any suggestions or requests you have for video tutorials. We’ll try to address as many as possible.