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314 - Why You Need to Take People Behind the Scenes of your Membership
Episode 31413th July 2021 • The Membership Guys Podcast with Mike Morrison • The Membership Guys
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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a membership?

Maybe you’ve considered joining one in the past but just have no idea what to expect. Does your audience feel the same way about your membership?

Hopefully not, but if you’re looking for a way to bring some transparency, trust, and a behind-the-scenes look into your membership, then this episode is for you.

I go into four simple yet effective ways to give your members a sneak peek behind the curtain at what goes on in your membership.

The benefits of this marketing tactic are incredible, so tune in today to hear our ideas, how they could help, and how we use them in our own content to promote Membership Academy.

Essential Learning Points: 

  • Transparency can build trust, so take members behind-the-scenes
  • How to use screen capture footage as a simple piece of marketing content
  • How to use social media Stories to give insights into your day-to-day life
  • Why you should create content that focuses on your journey
  • Why you should showcase your members and their successes

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Key Quotes:

“Not everyone

knows what an online membership is like. If you're in an industry where online

memberships aren’t particularly prolific, yours might be the very first

membership that your customers are encountering.”

“In the online

world, it can be difficult to trust. There are too many cases of people paying

for something that ultimately either just didn't get delivered or was nothing

like what was promised. When you have something like a behind-the-scenes video,

you're showing proof that your product exists.”

“Transparency can

be very appealing to people. A lot of people these days feel like they need

that connection with the people they choose to do business with. So

transparency can go such a long way.”