How to Build a Successful Membership Site on Thinkific (Josh Stanton & Rob Galvin Interview)

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How to Build a Successful Membership Site on Thinkific (Josh Stanton & Rob Galvin Interview) | Thinkific Teach Online TV

How to Build a Successful Membership Site on Thinkific (Josh Stanton & Rob Galvin Interview) | Thinkific Teach Online TV

Thinkific Content Manager Tyler Basu interviews Thinkific customers Josh Stanton & Rob Galvin to discuss how they built a successful membership site using Thinkific.


About Josh Stanton:

Josh Stanton is the Co-Founder of Screw The Nine to Five, where he and his wife Jill Stanton teach people how to start and grow their own business and replace the income from their jobs. Their membership site, Screw U, is where they provide premium training to thousands of lifestyle entrepreneurs from all over the world.

About Rob Galvin:

Rob Galvin is a certified Thinkific Expert and founder of Themeific where he hand crafts one of a kind themes for entrepreneurs looking to build and grow an online course or membership business using Thinkific. Going beyond site “looks”, Rob analyzes your sales and traffic strategy so you can maximize your potential to create a raving fan funnel.

Get your free personalized Thinkific recommendation at themeific.thinkific.com

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  • this was awesome! I love the customization! 🙂 Also, I’d love to know what tool you’re using to record the video interviews? I’ve been using Skype and ecamm but would love a different solution. It looks like you might be using zoom, but would love to know for sure! Thanks for all you do…I’m a new Thinkific convert from Teachable. 😉

    • Hey Brooke, thanks for watching this video! Because this was a group call, we did use Zoom to conduct & record the call. When I do interviews with a single guest, I tend to use Skype and Ecamm, with a wired internet connection (not wifi).

      • Wow! That was the fastest comment response ever. Well played! And thanks for the heads-up. I like how zoom will jump from person to person depending on who’s talking. Skype/ecamm may do that as well. But I can’t figure out the settings. 🙂 Thanks again!

        • I haven’t figured out it ecamm can jump from person to person (like Zoom), but it does give me the option to choose which type of video file to download – split screen, my screen, their screen, etc. A professional video editor could probably take two separate files and create a final video that jumps from person to person. Otherwise you may just have to settle for the split screen version. I hope that helps!