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7 Facebook Group Secrets To Grow Your Business

Facebook groups can be a great way to build an audience and connect with potential customers.

However, if you're not careful, you could end up wasting a lot of time and energy on a group that doesn't grow.

Or even worse, you can become discouraged with a great idea simply because the execution wasn't there.

That's why we've put together these seven secrets to growing a social media group or following. By following these tips, you'll be able to create an engaged community of followers who are interested in what you have to say!

Secret #1: Create A Detailed Client Avatar

Understanding your audience is the first step to creating any sort of impact at all.

So, the first secret is to create a detailed client avatar.

This will help you understand who your ideal customer is and what they're looking for.

Make sure you can speak to pain points, goals, embarrassment, and other sensibilities.

By understanding your audience, you'll be able to create content that resonates with them.

If you've never created one before, take a look at one we've created to help you get started.

You should be able to complete this in detail before starting any marketing campaign.


Secret #2: Research and Poll Your Audience

Want to know the best part of finding out whether your audience hates your content or not?

They'll tell you.

The second secret is to research and poll your audience to come up with five questions they want you to answer.

Here are some ways to do this effectively:

  • Phonesites Surveys
  • Facebook Polls
  • Giveaways (comment for a chance to win)

This will give you a good idea of the topics that are most important to them. By creating content that addresses their needs, you'll be able to position yourself as an authority in your industry.

Secret # 3: Brand Yourself As An Authority

The third secret is to brand yourself as an authority. This can be done by creating magnetic, intentional content that stands out among the crowd.

When you're seen as an expert in your field, people will be more likely to follow you and engage with your content.

Here are some ideas for this:

  • Videos/Reels
  • Blog Posts (Like this one)
  • Podcast Appearances
  • Lead Magnets

Secret #4: Commit To A Posting Schedule

The fourth secret is to plan your daily content each Saturday/Sunday as a non-negotiable. Posting between two and four times daily, sending two emails a week, and creating four reels a week will help you stay consistent with your content. This consistency will be key in growing your audience.

Secret #5: Use the E3 and M3 Posting Methods To Maximize Engagement

The fifth secret is to stick to the two-to-one posting rule. For every two posts that are for your audience (humor, trending, memes), make sure to include one post that's for your business. This will ensure that you're providing value to both your audience and potential customers.

Secret # 6: Use Phonesites And/Or Group Funnels To Capture Leads

The sixth secret is to use phonesites and/or group funnels to automate your group's growth. By setting up a system that captures leads and follows up with them automatically, you'll be able to save time and grow your group with ease.

Secret # 7: Automate Your Followup Processes

The seventh and final secret is to automate your follow-up. 

This can be done by setting up automatic emails or Facebook messages that are sent out after someone joins your group. By staying in touch with your new members, you'll be able to build a relationship with them and turn them into loyal followers.

From Phonesites, you can easily email all of your leads at once, allowing you to streamline this process as well.

By following these seven secrets, you'll be well on your way to growing a successful social media group or following! Just remember to be patient, consistent, and provide value, and you'll reach your goals in no time. Thanks for reading!

Do you have any other tips for growing a social media group or following?

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