(00:00) Welcome and Hello: Hey Groovesters! It's Mike and David here, back with another round of groovy development updates-copy. Buckle up, because this one is jam-packed with exciting news, and we can't wait to share it with you!
(02:28) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: Rob is stepping in as Community Manager, allowing David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(03:34) Refactoring and Code Optimization: The code has been refactored for increased stability, fewer bugs, and an improved UI. This creates a more cohesive development environment, resulting in a more reliable platform and quicker feature rollouts.
(05:42) Groove Mail Functionality and Improvements: Updates include optimizations, bug fixes, better servers and databases, and quicker loading of contacts, broadcasts, and sequences. These enhancements contribute to an improved user experience, greater control over sending deliverability, and more efficient and effective email marketing.
(07:44) Deliverability Tools and Cleaning: New tools have been introduced for admins to better manage Groove Mail and clean out undesirable users. This improvement will lead to better deliverability for legitimate users, resulting in higher email deliverability rates and better marketing outcomes.
(10:44) Alternative SMTP Services: Support for Amazon, SendGrid, Mailgun, and other SMTP services has been added. This offers better deliverability while Groove Mail SMTP undergoes improvements, ensuring uninterrupted email marketing with high deliverability rates.
(13:18) Upcoming Import Checks: Each contact imported to Groove Mail will go through six or seven verification steps. This process ensures higher quality contact lists and better deliverability, leading to improved email marketing results and a reduced risk of spam complaints.
(14:58) GrooveMail Email Service Update: We're working to integrate third-party survey technologies like bucket.io to enhance automation and lead management. This offers you the flexibility to use your preferred tools and efficiently send leads to GrooveMail, streamlining your marketing campaigns.
(16:03) GrooveMail Developer Addition: We hired a world-class developer to work on GrooveMail improvements, resulting in more reliable and efficient updates-copy. This provides you with a more dependable email service, allowing you to focus on growing your business.
(18:18) Dashboard Quick Links: Our new dashboard features quick links to the most popular GrooveSell and GrooveMail tasks. This saves you time by providing direct access to the features you use most, improving your overall experience with our platform.
(19:44) GrooveSell Navigation Update: We've improved navigation by eliminating unnecessary page reloads, making it quicker and easier for you to access the information you need.
(21:49) GroovePages Configuration Update: We've restored the configure settings to the side panel, providing a more intuitive user experience and faster access to configuration options.
(22:45) GroovePages Block Library Update: We've repositioned the blocks library, allowing you to access it without clicking on the plus button. This simplifies the process of adding new blocks to your pages and enhances your workflow.
(24:27) GroovePages SEO Enhancement: We've added back the OG (Open Graph) description for better SEO, helping your pages rank higher in search results and increasing your online visibility.
(25:28) New GroovePages Modern Blocks: Explore our new modern blocks, designed to make your pages even more visually appealing. These blocks are easily customizable and provide a professional look, helping you create stunning web pages that convert.
(27:32) New Blocks Added: We added beautiful blocks to the app, making it even easier for users to create stunning pages quickly. The advantage of these new blocks is that they save time and effort, allowing users to focus on content rather than design. The benefit of this is increased productivity and better page designs.
(28:06) Minified Style Editor: We introduced a minified style editor, which enables users to see more of the canvas while editing. This feature is especially helpful for users working on smaller screens, as it prevents the style editor from taking up too much space. The advantage is that users can work more efficiently, and the benefit is a more enjoyable editing experience.
(29:10) Upcoming Features Preview: We're currently testing some exciting new features that aren't live yet. By working on a test server, we're ensuring the stability and functionality of these updates-copy before they go live. The advantage of this approach is that it minimizes potential issues, and the benefit is a more reliable platform for users.
(30:24) Customizable Folders with Slugs: We're adding the ability to create a custom slug for folders in GroovePages, which means users can have URLs like "domain.com/promo_funnel/page." This feature allows for better organization and easier navigation for users. The advantage is a more user-friendly experience, and the benefit is improved SEO and higher conversion rates due to easier navigation.
(31:26) Funnels and Webinars Folders: Users can now create their own slugs for folders for funnel folders and webinar folders. Users can now create specific nested URLs for their funnel and webinar folders, leading to better organization and a more logical way of storing files.
(34:02) Share Settings: Users can now decide what they want to share, whether it's specific pages, all pages and funnels, or specific funnels or pages within funnels. This feature makes it easier for users to share specific pages with clients and other stakeholders.
(36:55) Copy Pages to a New Website: Users can now copy pages to a new website or an existing website, making it easier to share pages with clients and work on them without giving them access to the entire account.
(41:56) Archiving of Pages and Sites: Users can now archive pages and sites instead of deleting them, which reduces the risk of losing important data.
(45:08) Legacy Code Clean Up: We're cleaning up the drag and drop canvas editor, which will make it easier to use and improve the user experience. This change will also allow for a new importer, which will enable users to import pages from any page builder in the world, providing more flexibility and ease of use. The benefit of this clean-up is that users will not have to learn anything new, as it will still function the same, but it will work much more effortlessly, like Canva.
(47:20) Unpublish a Single Page: We've added a new button that allows users to unpublish a single page or a whole website. This feature is helpful for users who want to test how a page looks live or have a promo page that is no longer valid. The advantage of this feature is that users have more control over their website, and it's more user-friendly. The benefit of this feature is that users can quickly and easily manage their website without any hassle.
(49:02) Team Member Management and User Roles: This feature is being developed for the future of Groove Pages, agency permissions, and eventually a white label. This feature is a priority, and the team is working hard to ensure it is developed correctly. The advantage of this feature is that it will allow users to manage their team members better, and it will help with the growth of agencies. The benefit of this feature is that users will have more control over their website, which will lead to better organization and more efficient work.
(50:15) Image Media Library: We have added a search box to the image media library, which will enable users to search for their images by a file name. Users will also be able to rename their images and have a search feature to find them. The advantage of this feature is that it saves time and is more user-friendly. The benefit of this feature is that it will make it easier to find images, which will lead to more efficient work and organization.
(52:16) GrooveSelll: We've rearranged some of the options to make it more intuitive to find the subdomain for a specific funnel. Users can now immediately make their funnel live and decide their subdomain in the process. The advantage of this feature is that it's more user-friendly and saves time. The benefit of this feature is that users have more control over their website, and it's more organized.
(54:04) Demo Mode: Groove.cm has added a demo mode feature, where users can see some transactions without user information. This feature has been added to Groove Webinar and Groove Sell, and it will be added to Groove Mail. The advantage of this feature is that users can create training videos, reviews, affiliate videos, etc., without compromising their user's data.
(56:18) Phone Number Option: Groove.cm has added the option to skip everything else except the phone number when creating a new checkout. This feature is useful for users who require phone numbers for communication through WhatsApp with their customers or members.
(58:43) Checkout Optimization: Groove.cm is working with Matt Stafford, the leader in optimization, to optimize Groove.cm's checkout wizard widget using best practices. This feature will benefit all of Groove.cm's customers, as it will improve their checkout lift. Additionally, Groove.cm has fixed some bugs with the custom CSS and added the ability to write a full-on custom CSS to redesign the checkout.
(1:02:03) Checkout Redirect Override: Groove.cm is working on a feature that will allow users to override the successful transaction URL in the checkout form. This feature will benefit users who want to have a different upsell page or go directly to a thank you page for a particular checkout.
(1:03:26) Webinar Folders: We are testing a new server that will allow users to create their own nested URLs for funnel folders and webinar folders. Users can create specific nested URLs for their funnel and webinar folders, leading to easier organization, better indexing, and improved site maps.
(1:04:33) Random Slug: We suggest removing the random slug, as it will no longer be necessary. This means that a new funnel folder called "promo-funnel" will have an index page of "promo-funnel" without the need for a random slug. This change leads to better site organization, easier indexing, and improved site maps.
(1:05:30) Campaign Naming: With the ability to name a campaign like "Black Friday," users can name a folder "Black Friday 2022," leading to better organization, improved site maps, and easier indexing.
(1:07:02) Page Settings: Editing settings for a page can now be done by clicking the three dots, which leads to the funnel page settings for that specific page. This feature saves time, allows for quick changes, and improves SEO.
(1:09:34) Share Settings: Users can now decide what they want to share by using a drop-down menu, allowing them to share specific pages, funnels, or all pages and funnels. This feature improves collaboration, enhances teamwork, and allows for easy sharing.
(1:11:02) Slug Extraction: While automatically extracting slugs from page names may seem useful, it can lead to overriding page names if there are duplicates. For this reason, we have found it better to assign a number to each page, such as "Page 37," instead of renaming pages to avoid conflicts.
(1:14:22) - Users can publish their RSS feed link and allow others to access their public RSS feed. Users can choose to display the icon on their blog footer or not. The advantage of this feature is that it enables users to reach a wider audience and increase their blog's visibility.
(1:15:27) - Group blog element on group pages allows for improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform. Users can use RSS feed to achieve the same functionality as a sitemap. The benefit is that users can easily access blog content and improve their experience on the platform.
(1:15:57) - Groove Pages offers 10 bio pages that users can import to their site. The advantage is that users can showcase their bio and promote their brand. The search bar on templates only searches the current drop-down, but the team is working on making the search more universal. The benefit is that users can quickly and easily find the templates they need.
(1:18:03) - Groove blog has improvements in plan, but no specific ETAs are given. Direct response or click funnel style templates have been added to the platform. The benefit is that users can create effective and engaging landing pages and increase their conversion rates.
(01:20:41) Template Library Update: Recommendation to browse through the categories to find cool new templates.
(01:21:11) Upload Groove Videos Directly to YouTube: New functionality for group video allows users to upload videos directly to their YouTube channels from Groove. This feature enhances efficiency, improves communication, and provides a more dependable platform for users. Limitations include a six-video per day limit and a 5-10 minute processing time for YouTube.
(01:25:25) Groove Video Hosting: Explanation of why YouTube is recommended as a source for Groove Video and why Groove Video hosting may be useful for certain individuals.
(1:27:03), YouTube Video Upload: users who are paying for the course can load their videos to Group Video to have them protected behind that wall inside of the group member. For those who aren't paid members, they should use YouTube for better performance, optimization on pages for load times, and improved user experience. Users can either create a new video, paste the YouTube URL in, or connect to their YouTube account to upload videos. The advantage of using YouTube is better performance and optimization, while the benefit is an improved user experience.
(1:28:00) Adding Groove Video into Groov Email: the video element for adding a Groove video into Groov email is an element that comes from the technology being used, and a new plugin needs to be created for it. Since it is impossible to play a video inside of an email, users can add an image element and add a label or play button on top of it to link it to the page or video they want to play. The advantage is the ability to include video in an email, while the benefit is improved engagement and user experience.
(1:29:43) Visual Funnel Builder: the visual funnel builder is not currently in development because the focus is on the eight to ten core apps that Groove has. Groove is focusing on making the current apps perfect and stable for the rest of the year, and the visual funnel builder will be added next year after the code has been refactored and the current apps are stable. The advantage of this approach is better development of the current apps, while the benefit is a more stable and functional platform.
(1:31:20) Groove Member Updates: Groove member version 1 will soon be closed off for that Legacy, and users can now import their members and content into Groove member version 2. The development focus is on creating the Importer for version 1 Groove member to version 2 Groove member, which is almost complete. After the content importer, Groove will focus on more advanced access levels, a comment section, new elements and sections, and a new Groove member template. The advantage is the ability to import content and members to version 2, while the benefit is a more feature-rich and user-friendly platform.
(1:35:45) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: Rob is stepping in as Community Manager, allowing David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(1:36:17) Groove Member's Superiority: Group Member is the best platform out there for hosting a course. It's rock solid and offers a lot of options. In the future, Group Member will include features such as progress bars, tests, quizzes, surveys, and more. Groove Member is constantly improving, and its users can expect even better features in the future.
(1:36:44) Default Content in Group Member: There is a setting to hide the default content in Group Member membership websites. This is done to prevent empty pages without any content, ensuring users can select something.
(1:37:12) Email Video Pro: A user suggests that Email Video Pro allows full videos to play inside an email. Mike is not sure if this technology exists but will look into it.
(1:37:50) Transition to Version 2: The transition from Version 1 to Version 2 will be fully announced. It's a simple process of going into the membership library and clicking on an import button. Groove Member will automatically create a membership, build out the outline, bring in members and content, and migrate it over to Version 2. A banner will be placed on top of Groove Member and announced on Facebook and YouTube and in the dashboard.
(1:39:21) Bypassing Membership: Groove Member allows users to bypass the membership and go directly to a course. This feature has been available for several months now, and users can easily set it up in the course display settings for login.
(1:40:25) New Settings Panel: The new settings panel in Group Member includes new tabs and features, making it worth taking the time to go through and understand everything. The panel was set up after David and Debarshi listened to feedback from members and put everything that was requested into the platform.
(1:42:01) Custom Email Notifications: In this section, we talked about custom email notifications for Groove. When someone joins, the email will not come from groovmember.net or groov CM but from you. This feature will also allow you to modify the system emails that are being sent, providing a more personalized touch for your users. This is a coming soon option that we will be adding, which will improve communication and make the platform more dependable.
(1:42:38) Tie Paid Members to Group Mail Template: Another feature that we mentioned is tying paid members to group mail templates. This feature will allow paid members to use the transactional templates that we have in Groove cell. We have all those beautiful templates, and it would be great to pop that builder right in there for them.
(1:43:08) Groove Webinars: Registration Page and Conversion Tracking: Moving on to Groove webinars, we discussed the next steps for this feature. Currently, Groove offers default Pages system build pages when you create an automated webinar through the wizard. We also allow people to add their custom Pages, but there is no way to track registration page visits or Impressions. The next step is to give you a little snippet of code that you can track the registration page. By doing this, you can know how many people landed on the page, how many registered, and how many did not register. This feature will allow you to adjust your strategy based on the results, leading to better performance.
(1:44:09) More tracking: Additionally, we are introducing a webinar conversion tracking feature that will allow you to track the average order value or the price of your offers. By doing this, you can see how many people converted, how many conversions happened, and the dollar amount of those conversions. This feature will provide you with insights on who purchased what, how many people converted, and how many conversions happened.
(1:45:23) Using Affiliates to Promote Groove Webinars: Here about using affiliates to promote Groove webinars. We discussed how you can create a custom landing page for any product and create an affiliate link that will redirect users to that page. This feature will allow you to track the performance of your webinars and know what webinars are performing well. Additionally, you can use this feature to provide commissions to your affiliates when someone buys the offer at the end of the webinar.
(1:48:53) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: We're excited to announce that Rob is stepping in as Community Manager, allowing David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(1:49:20) Mind-Blowing Demos: We're thrilled to showcase two mind-blowing demos that David has been working on, which will be going live very soon. Stay tuned for these exciting updates-copy!
(1:49:49) Groove Webinar: One of the next things we'll be working on is Groove webinar, which will include tracking and a feature to fast forward webinars to specific times. This will improve user testing and ultimately enhance the webinar experience for everyone.
(1:50:57) Future Apps: We have 10 apps, and while we won't go through all of them, we're dedicated to making the current apps as solid as possible before moving on to future apps like funnel mapping, the pipe, calendar, surveys, and live stream. We'll be communicating updates-copy with you as we work on them throughout 2023.
(1:51:23) Gradient Colors: We don't currently have an option for gradient colors, but it is possible to add them using custom CSS. We offer custom CSS, and many of our templates already use gradients, so it's worth looking into.
(1:52:21) Groove Mail: We've been focusing on improving deliverability and fixing bugs, including the hard bounce issue. We've also made improvements to the scroll and added admin tools for monitoring, checking, and blocking bad users. We're also testing a demo mode for Groove mail, allowing you to showcase Groove without sharing user data. These updates-copy will provide a more reliable, efficient, and user-friendly email experience.
(1:55:47) GrooveMail SMTP: We're also working on the GrooveMail SMTP, which will improve email delivery and provide a more reliable service.
(1:56:24) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: Rob is stepping in as Community Manager, allowing David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(1:57:00) UI Improvements: A person is working on improving the UI for tables, filtering, and sorting. All tables need to have search, filtering, sorting, bulk select, bulk actions, pagination, and the ability to show 10, 20, 25, or 50 contacts, lists, broadcasts, etc. This improvement will lead to better management of the whole business setup, including domains.
(1:58:08) Email Clients: The ability to email clients who are in the database but not on a list is not yet available. However, it's easy to create an automation that adds Affiliates to a list and then mail that list. In the future, the ability to select Affiliates as a category will be added to the drop-down menu, making it easier for users to mail their Affiliates.
(2:00:49) Activity Logs and Automations: The updates-copy to the activity logs and automations are nearly complete. The UI has been reskinned, and the logic for handling data when someone becomes a subscriber, buyer, or affiliate is being sorted. The new version of automations will be easier to understand and use, allowing users to build automations more efficiently and effectively.
(1:49:49) Groove Webinar: Groove is working on a fast-forward option for webinars, so users can easily test certain aspects of their webinars without having to wait through the entire event. This feature will save users valuable time and help them ensure that everything runs smoothly during their live webinars.
(1:50:57) Future Apps: Groove is currently focused on improving their current apps, and any future apps listed on their page, such as funnel mapping or the calendar, will not be released until at least 2024. This allows the Groove team to focus on perfecting their current suite of apps before adding new ones.
(1:51:23) Custom CSS: Groove doesn't currently offer gradient colors, but users can add custom CSS to their buttons and other elements to achieve the desired effect. Groove offers many templates that use gradients, so users can get inspired and find the right code to use for their own designs.
(1:52:21) Groove Mail: Groove has made several bug fixes and improvements to Groove Mail, including fixing issues with scroll and hard bounces. They've also made improvements to the back-end, optimizing the process and servers for better performance. Groove is also testing demo mode for Groove Mail, so users can showcase the app without revealing any sensitive user data.
(1:55:47) Groovmail SMTP Improvements:
We are working with a specific team to improve the Groovmail SMTP deliverability. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development. Ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform. We are cleaning our user base in terms of people that are using Groovmail SMTP. Once we have done this, we will be going back to contact all of the inboxes that were not allowing our emails to be received in their inboxes, such as Microsoft and Yahoo.
(1:56:24) UI Improvements:
We are making major improvements to the UI, in terms of tables and filtering and sorting. All tables need to be exactly the same and offer all of these functionalities, including search, filtering, sorting, bulk select, bulk actions, pagination, and show options, among others. We are currently working on this, and it will allow us to have much better management of the whole business setup and the whole emailing, including in domains.
(1:58:08) Emailing clients not on a list - Adding Affiliates to the drop-down as a category, making it easier to mail them. It's currently possible by creating a new automation and naming it Mail Affiliates, selecting the trigger for someone being an affiliate for this product, adding a tag, and then mailing the tag. In the future, there will be an easier way to do this in Groov mail.
(2:00:49) Activity logs and Automations - Automations are currently too cumbersome. The new version of automations will be much easier to understand, and when you add a trigger.
(2:04:39) Currently, the dropdown menu in automations does not have all the necessary features, but before it goes live, every possible trigger will be included in the dropdown menu. The addition of conditions is a major improvement for automations, as it allows you to avoid or force the trigger to happen under specific conditions. You can also use the negative version of the tag or action by flipping on the toggle switch. This update will provide better communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(2:08:02) Sequences and automations have the same user interface. The difference is that automations happen immediately, while sequences happen over time. You can stack actions in automations, but sequences are designed for things that happen over time. You can add someone to a buyer's list, a follow-up sequence, and give them a tag all at once in an automation. Integrations will be completely built out in the future, providing more flexibility for current integrations. You will have more control over the firing of automations, and direct actions for specific contacts or lists will be available.
(2:10:29) Groovekart has clean code, so it has not been going through code refactoring like other apps. The GrooveKart team is working on improving the checkout process and adding features like upsells, downsells, and bump offers. The checkout process is designed to increase sales, and these features will provide better revenue for users.
(2:11:37) GrooveKart updates-copy - Automations and Integrations, language and translations, Groove card SDK, Printify integration, Pay stack integration, and Integrations with groov.cm
(2:14:13) Copilot X - Documentation generation and API docs
(2:17:41) Groove mail forms - Templates, custom fields, and checkbox fields
(2:11:37) GrooveKart updates-copy - Mike and David have been working on improvements and bug fixes for the past five months. The team is focusing on a couple of things this year to enhance the user experience and provide a more dependable platform. They plan to ensure that automations and Integrations are done for GrooveKart, primarily with other Groove products like Groove mail and Groove member, and adding print on demand integration, Pay stack integration, and Integrations with groov.cm. Language and translations are also a priority, and they are creating an SDK so that apps and plugins could be built for GrooveKart specifically. The team aims to make the GrooveKart store manageable with automations, email builder, and lists and forms within Groove mail. The benefits of these updates-copy are improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, better feature development, and a more dependable platform.
(2:14:13) Copilot X - Microsoft's AI code assistant, co-pilot, recently released copilot X, which has documentation generation that allows highlighting any line of code and creates the blog post with code snippets. This feature will help the team get API docs out faster, and they plan to have a public API for Groove, which will allow them to be on the global market. By implementing copilot X, the team can improve and speed up the process, increase throughput, and stay ahead of the competition. The benefits of this update are faster documentation, improved productivity, and a competitive edge.
(2:17:41) Groove mail forms - The team is long overdue with this functionality, but they have added templates and custom fields like a birthday field and checkbox field. Users can select a pre-designed template, create their template or modify existing templates. The benefits of this update are a customizable form builder that enables users to design and style their forms to fit their needs. The improved forms will make the customer experience more enjoyable and increase engagement.
(2:21:11) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: We've made an important change to our team, bringing in Rob as our new Community Manager, which allows David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development. Ultimately, it will enhance the user experience and provide a more dependable platform.
(2:21:45) New Templates and Presets: We've added new options for templates and presets that allow you to personalize your forms and create your own unique style. This feature will make designing forms easier and more efficient, allowing you to customize your form elements like font, background color, and border style. You can create a form that is visually appealing and consistent with your brand.
(2:22:19) Advanced Mode: This feature allows you to personalize and customize each field in your form. You can choose specific elements like text color, background color, and more to make each field unique. The advanced mode feature is perfect for those who want to create a more customized form that is tailored to their specific needs.
(2:23:28) Integrations: We've added direct integrations to forms, allowing you to connect your forms to your membership or webinar services. You can create webhook actions based on Groove mail forms and add files for automatic delivery. This feature makes it easier to manage your leads and deliver content to them in a more efficient manner.
(2:27:38) Community Manager and Product Owner Updates: Rob is stepping in as Community Manager, allowing David to concentrate on his Product Owner role. This change will lead to improved communication, more efficient bug fixes, and better feature development, ultimately enhancing the user experience and providing a more dependable platform.
(2:28:06) Q&A and Community Engagement: The community manager and David will be dropping feature updates-copy and sneak peeks monthly. With their combined efforts, the Q&A sessions will be more effective. This means that any questions or issues that users have will be resolved faster, ultimately resulting in a better user experience.
(2:28:32) Groove Card and Groove Pages: Users have been asking about integrating group pages in Groove Card. While having the same domain for both is impossible, users can theme them to look the same, creating a seamless user experience. Additionally, the app is being solidified this year, with new features being added and improvements being made. The goal is to improve the platform in a way that benefits the user.
(2:29:30) Future Development: The app is being refactored, and new features and improvements are being added in 2024. The team plans to take a deep breath and assess the app's progress in 2024 and then start talking about future apps. Users can expect these to be another two-year process. However, the team is excited about this new development and is committed to enhancing the user experience.
(2:30:29) Declined Posts and Support: If a user's post is declined, it is likely because the issue is specific to them, and it would be best to contact support. The community manager is equipped to handle any questions, as he has his own group community and is familiar with the platform. The community is still there, so users can feel free to ask questions and engage with others.
(2:34:11) Announcements and Commission Updates: While the team did not make any visible changes during the code refactoring process, they have been making improvements behind the scenes. Users can expect more funnel makeovers and commission payments to be made by May 1st. The team is committed to ensuring that all sales made will be paid commissions, and they appreciate the users' understanding that they have limited resources.
(2:36:21) Back Pay Update: We have paid about 70% of all commissions owed, and we plan to pay the remaining 30% by the end of this month. This means you'll receive your back pay soon, improving your financial situation.
(2:36:43) Groove.AI Launch Update: We recently launched Groove.AI, and we've already pre-sold almost a million dollars worth of it. We used AI to do every single creative inside of the launch, resulting in better conversions than anything we've ever done. By using our AI technology, we were able to improve the user experience, making it easier and more convenient for users to access the platform. Stay tuned for an email coming tomorrow, which will include a video explaining the launch.
(2:37:43) Groove.AI Case Studies: We have four case studies about Groove.AI, and there will be seven by next week. We encourage you to watch all of them on groove.ai/case-study. These case studies will blow you away because they showcase how our AI technology can improve the user experience and make everything more convenient. By using our AI technology, we were able to increase conversions, making it easier for affiliates to earn commissions.
(2:38:08) Earnings per Click: We had an average earnings per click (EPC) of $100 on our recent launch because we offered a lifetime deal. Although this number is inflated, it still means that every single visitor was worth $100 to us. We expect the EPC to be around $50 for affiliates, which is still an incredible amount. By promoting our products, affiliates can earn a substantial amount of money, improving their financial situation.
(2:40:07) Groove.AI Launch Dates: The Groove.AI launch dates are April 10th to April 26th, and we're going to be going for about two and a half weeks. By promoting our products during this time, affiliates can earn a substantial amount of money, improving their financial situation.