Community Onboarding at: RevGenius
Community onboarding is tricky. You need to get across a lot of information in just a few steps and interactions.
You need to:
Make clear the purpose of your community
Signal who it is and isn't for
Set expectations about behavior
Map out what resources are available and how to access them
Encourage them to take their first steps towards contributing
Most importantly: demonstrate the value you provide to members.
Thankfully, RevGenius does an amazing job of this. It’s an online community of some 40k Sales, Marketing, and RevOps professionals. Its onboarding is exemplary 🤩.
Let's take a look at how they get new members up, running, and engaged.
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✔️ Key functionality: Community, courses, calendar, and payments
✔️ What makes it unique: Its focused feature set for creator communities
✔️ Pricing: Simple pricing that stays the same, even as you grow
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