Fluent CRM Course

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      • March 2, 2021 at 4:41 am #3525965


        You’ll have spotted there’s a desperate dearth of courses on FluentCRM at the moment.

        This, along with their lack of detailed information (and nothing of substance on strategic business use cases) anyone picking that up and filling the void is likely to get a lot of traction, whether it’s a freebie, paid, or freemium approach.

        I hope you have something in the works for us Pro members!? Or must I look elsewhere!?

        • March 2, 2021 at 4:41 am #3525989

          I’ll consider it. What kind of business use cases do you think need to be covered?

            • March 2, 2021 at 4:41 am #3526025

              I guess David, what would be interesting would be if you did a case study of mailing a list, for example you could take a subset of you list, say those who bought FluentCrm on your affiliate link (then you know they’re interested), I would be one of those.

              Add those to your fluent crm database and do some mailings to this list with clickable links included, say using amazon mail and the fluent crm mailing addin.

              Then see how good the open rate, segmentation and tagging are etc.

              You could then offer this course as an extra incentive to get people to buy it with your affiliate link on your blog.

              What do you think?

              • March 2, 2021 at 4:41 am #3526026

                Possibly. One issue is that I would need to do this in a testbed since I am still not using Fluent here at the LAB. As I said when I reviewed it, I love what it can already do, but I was waiting on a few things before I could officially switch. At this time, I am still on Drip.

                • March 2, 2021 at 4:41 am #3526047

                  I forgot that you’re not yet using it.

                  I was just thinking something along the lines of your Thrive ‘over the shoulder’ stuff, only Fluent’s own documentation is thin with little to explain the full potential of some features.

                  For example, the ability to show content on your blog using conditional content blocks seems potentially uber powerful. But I’m not sure if that’s only integrated with Elementor at the moment.


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