Facebook can make it difficult to run a community on their site, they limit exposure, don’t share data, and prevent engagement. This post will help you overcome these drawbacks and help you run a successful startup community.
Slack is used by thousands of communities, but there are steps you need to follow to make sure you don’t lose members.
When you’ve built your community on Facebook, it takes a lot of planning to make the move to a more versatile platform. Here are plans I’ve used with Forbes communities and others to make the transition smoothly.
It’s super easy to start your own Facebook group and since it is THE place to be online, why not? But once it’s started, how do you keep it active, keep people from leaving, and grow it for your business? That’s what I hope to share in this post.