Category: Facebook Groups Playbook

How to Create a Facebook Group for Your Business

Facebook groups have helped me find roommates in Boston, potential dog breeders for a family pet, and women’s networking opportunities in the nearby area. In short: Facebook groups are undeniably valuable. Recently, companies have taken advantage of groups for their own benefits, as well — Peloton, for instance, uses groups to connect its users and

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How to Grow Your Business Through a Facebook Group

If you have used Facebook lately in the hopes of growing your business, you have probably noticed that it is very ‘pay-to-play’. Meaning your feed is becoming more and more flooded with sponsored posts, ridiculous viral videos, and an unending supply of wedding and baby photos from people you went to high school with. Honestly,

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Facebook Groups can now launch up to 250-person chat rooms

If you miss the old AOL chat rooms, you’ll love Facebook’s plan to combine Groups and Messenger without spamming you to death. Starting today, Facebook will gradually roll out the ability for members of Facebook Groups to launch group chats about specific sub-topics that up to 250 members can join. They can also start audio

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How to Drive Meaningful Interactions in Facebook Groups

Earlier this month, Mark Zuckerberg outlined the changes to the news feed and a move “from focusing on helping you find relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions.” How are these “meaningful social interactions” being measured? A Facebook Help Center article dives into the types of posts you may see first when

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The Complete Guide to Using Facebook Groups for Business

Do you have a Facebook group for your business? If not, do not wait further to leverage the power of the largest social media network in the world. Facebook has got an incredible reach today which is reported to be over 1 billion active users per day. Last year, Facebook had introduced a lot of

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How to Set Up Facebook Groups for Pages

Want to create a Facebook group for your business? Wondering how to connect your Facebook page and Facebook group? In this article, you’ll discover how to create Facebook groups for pages. #1: Create a Facebook Group With Your Page If you’re interested in starting a Facebook group and want to manage it with and post

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How to Manage Facebook Groups: 8 Management Tools

Do you have a group on Facebook? Are you taking advantage of Facebook’s group management tools? In this article, you’ll discover how Facebook group admin tools can help you create a stronger, more engaged Facebook community. Read Full Article>>>

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How to Create a Facebook Group (and Build an Engaged Community)

Facebook has recently launched Groups for Pages, enabling the 70 million+ Pages on Facebook to create their own unique communities and feeds. This update provides new ways for brands to boost engagement and could go some way to countering the decline in organic reach Facebook Page owners have been experiencing for the past few years.

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Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Groups

How many Facebook Groups are you in right now? I bet most of you wouldn’t know the exact number and couldn’t list off every single one. I know I couldn’t. You know what else I’d bet money on? That there are a few groups that you’d be able to think of immediately. Those that offer

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5 Tips on How to Use Facebook Groups for Your Business

There are so many ways to connect with your audience on Facebook, one of which is starting a dedicated Facebook group. Creating a group solely focused on talking to your customers, and sharing content they will love, can add real value to your business, and with Facebook’s more recent updates to groups – including the

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How to Build Community on Facebook

Is your Facebook page reach declining? Looking for other ways to connect with Facebook fans and customers? Creating a community for your business can help you reach your target audience more consistently than relying on a Facebook page alone. Read Full Article>>>

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