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How to Grow a Facebook Group From Zero to 1,000+ Members Fast

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How to Grow a Facebook Group From Zero to 1,000+ Members Fast

Over the past few years, Facebook have been steadily reducing organic reach. Which means businesses now reach far fewer people for free, when they post something on their Facebook Page.

Facebook’s reason for doing this is obvious. By reducing organic reach, they encourage businesses to advertise. This strategy has been very effective and there are reportedly now more than 6 million active Facebook advertisers.

However, organic reach has not disappeared completely. You can still consistently reach people on Facebook without having to pay, with a Facebook Group.

I’m not advocating that you spam lots of Facebook Groups with links to your website. That is a waste of time and quite frankly annoying. Instead, you should create your own Facebook Group.

By creating a Facebook Group and getting people within your target market to become members, you can market to those people on a regular basis without having to pay. And the big difference between a Facebook Group and a Facebook Page is that members of your Group will actually see your posts – which is a big deal!

So how do you convince people to join your Facebook Group? This article will show you exactly how to generate 1,000+ Facebook Group members quickly.

read more https://www.jeffbullas.com/how-to-grow-a-facebook-group/

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