Birds of a feather flock together

Go beyond ‘raving fans’ with a purposeful and profitable online community

An online community isn’t your email list or social media followers (that’s simply an audience). 

In the online world, paid online communities generally are:

  • Masterminds
  • Memberships
  • Group coaching programs
  • Live courses
  • Self-paced courses with online support

Yet too often, these communities are slap-dashed together while the leaders cross their fingers and hope for the best. 

Those hastily-built communities (and we’ve all been a part of them) either become ghost-towns, ego-trips for the leader, or self-promo hellholes.

It’s time to take community-building seriously.

Where to start when building an online community

A short worksheet to kickstart your profitable and purposeful paid online community.

“I don’t take community for granted. I know it takes time, effort, and intention to do it right. I’ll continue to invest in this area of my business because EVERYTHING I do is based around community.

Camp helped me re-energize and feel excited about my membership again.

Any chance to learn from Anna is a win.”

- Kira Hug,

Co-founder of The Copywriter Club

Design a supportive, sustainable, and profitable online community for your business

Deliver an incredible experience for your members so you can increase engagement, decrease churn, and avoid burnout.

Community Camp

A 3-day virtual retreat for service providers, coaches, and entrepreneurs on how to design a transformative & profitable community.


Expand your flock by turning your group program, course, or membership into an engaged, profitable, and thriving community, all while avoiding burnout.

“Until I met Anna, I had never asked the key questions: Why this community? Why now? What am I trying to achieve and deliver? How can I do it better and give members more of what they want? They gave me perspective, helped me go beneath the obvious and find my purpose. 

I run one community and am planning on starting another. Anna is and will absolutely continue to be my go-to for community building. I’d rather get it right out of the gate than come crawling back later wondering why the churn!”

- Amy Posner