How to make 1000 subscribe

Reach target with a steep growth curve and (unexpectedly) faster than expected. In my 30 days, we have done first 1000 subscribers!



In case you look at our website, you will get a nice reading experience. We have expected 100% success rate.



How to choose the right goal



Competition is as high as 100%. Each competition has multiple objectives. Every competitor has the same goal which is to reach a certain target number.



We have 10 competitions. But they have different target numbers — one hundred and 12, 1000 subscribers in 30 days, 1000 subscribers in 60 days, and so on.



For example, there is 1 as a beginner competition. After many people come on our platform, we will start to compete in the maintenance phase.



We have reduced the competitions from 10 to 9. But we’ll still compete and we don’t have any different strategy. But overall, the competition is increasing. Each competition is competing separately. So the average for each of the competitions is not high.



How to choose the number of the months



Secondly, our competitor is growing. Thus, we need to set the target based on the lower target number.



For example, if the competition has 1000 subscribers, we need to set the number of months from 80 to 150. For a beginner competition, I get every collection of 12,000 users. For a maintenance competition, I get 10% subscription of 1000 people.



So, we will increase the number of months only for maintenance.



How to have a target number of weeks



We have set the target number for months for maintenance and maintenance from 80 to 150. The second project is the CPG (customer feedback) competition.



Since the learning path is dependent on the performance of each competition, we want to start a 5-member group where everyone will participate for all competitions (default) and one participant will be selected to be a leader.



According to group rules, 7 participants are required per participant for the first phase of each competition, and 9 participants for the second phase. Each group has around 10 participants.



For maintenance, we will now have almost 50 participants in group A. In groups B, D, and I, we will have less than 50 participants in group A and N, respectively.



How to reach goal



With slight changes in our target, we will launch our 50th participant group. And we will increase the number of people, and the number of weeks of the maintenance competition will start with the 50th participant group.



We will have around 15 participants (units on each group) in each group and we will not have a task where all 50 participants are not on the stage of having 100% success rate.



Given this, the average target for the one group is close to 100%. The target for number of days (first phase) is 100k, and it is almost 100% for this number of time.



For maintenance, all of the remaining number of entries and number of weeks remains unchanged. With this 70% of the people are on the same stage that successfully reached the target.



However, if we are lucky to have a 70% success rate, we will get 100 people to be successful.



For the next phases of each competition, we will decrease the number of entries and will increase the number of week. This will make the overall success rate come from 100% to 120% (70% / 100). We have already done it successfully for the maintenance competition.



This will bring the number of people successfully reaching 100% success rate to 100%.



How to make the training and group get more complicated



The most important problem in our building is having the right training time.



If we set the number of training hours to 30 hours, we will have around 3 + 3 more days for training. With this, there are 2 teams, and each group will have 5 members.



After each team has 3 training sessions, we will have over 40 hours of training for each training session. So we will use ~1000 hours of the month.



If we have some 2-team split (250 + 70), we will have around 3+ 3 + 2 more days of training and we will save ~1000 hours of the month.



We can find two problems.



If we increase the number of participants, we will have 2 sessions per day for 3 people. We will have 10 test sessions a month (40 / 15).



For each session, we will have around 5 -6 hours of training. This will bring the training time down to 30 hours per month.



This process of the training, for each group, may help to shorten the training time. If each group has only two sessions per month, we will have just 10 hours of training.

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