Growth Moments Insights - How to reach your audience

How to reach your audience

In Goalify Professional, everything revolves around your client list. You can add goals and reminders to individual clients or assign many clients to a shared goal and workflow. However, this only works for the people that you have already signed on as clients. But wouldn’t it be nice to share a single link and people could join an inspiring challenge? To get in touch with possibly thousands of people without any extra work, cost or the usual administrative hassles?

We thought it would be really cool to be able to do just that, and this is why we have created the public challenge feature. Quoting our own, no-fancy-wording help document: “Unlike shared goals, you can also choose to invite non-clients to take part in your challenge. For non-clients to be able to join the challenge, you need to create a shareable invitation code.”

So what does that mean for you? You can invite everyone to join your public challenge - all they need to do is to set up their free Goalify account and to click on the invitation link you provide. And the really awesome thing is this: these challenge members will not count towards your client list limits and they will not show up as clients.

This makes this feature perfect for reaching out to a broad audience, without having to worry about your client list becoming packed with people, who aren’t, in fact, your clients (yet).

These are the steps necessary to create a public challenge:

  • Create a shared goal and convert it to a challenge
  • From the shared goal’s setup screen, click the blue Create Code button
  • Share the displayed link on your communication channels

To join your public challenge, people have to:

  • Download the Goalify mobile app
  • Create a free account
  • Click on the invitation link

That’s all for this insight. Be on the lookout for the next one. If there’s a specific topic you’d like me to touch on, let me know!

Michael

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