1. Creating and Controlling a Group That Shares Your Vision
Anyone who has created their own Facebook page has probably joined at least one Facebook group. Many people join dozens of groups, knowing that in each varied group the topic of conversation is going to stick close to the main topic.
When you start your own Facebook group you are the one who controls the discussions. Facebook users who seek information contained in your group will gladly join if your group is properly set up and maintained.
A well-run group can grow quite large. Once your group reaches a certain size, Facebook users will consider you a leader in the community, rewarding you for a job well done.
2. Be Seen
Many bloggers and internet marketers have developed their own web presence by spending a lot of time creating and marketing their business.
They know that the internet is a vast place and usually follow Pat Flynn’s strategy: be seen everywhere. This not only increases your online exposure, but is a great way to send traffic to your blog or website.
Those unfamiliar with Pat Flynn should note that he is a successful online entrepreneur, a podcaster and a very well-known blogger.
If you follow his simple message about being seen everywhere online, especially in your own Facebook group, you expand your online presence and grow your own group at the same time.
3. Sell Without Selling
Most people spend time on Facebook on a daily basis. Make use of the social aspect of social media and become an active part of the groups you create and the groups you join.
Creating a community of like-minded people will showcase your personality and increase your socialization skills. Just be yourself and people will buy whatever you are selling without you having to make any sales pitches.