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When it comes to building a business, the number one question I hear most often is, “How do I find clients?” There is good reason behind this, since, if you don’t have clients or customers, you don’t have a business.
Facebook groups are one of the current darlings for getting business through social media. Done correctly, you can bring in a good number of clients and build an amazing business network around them.
Social media, for many, is simply a place to hang out, have fun, and share their lives with others. What they may not realize is that businesses do hundreds of millions of dollars in transactions based on business from social media. Facebook can be a fantastic tool for building your business, and a great complement to other sales and marketing efforts.
When I started building the now 60,000 strong Women’s Entrepreneur Network on Facebook, growth was slow and painful. Interaction was nonexistent. People weren’t joining. In fact, all I got for months was crickets.
Want to tell the world about your business? One of the suggestions I make to entrepreneurs and business owners is that they find and join either Facebook Groups or LinkedIn groups where they can share their business.
I started the 60,000 strong Women’s Entrepreneur Network Facebook Group in May, 2015. It has been through a lot of ups and downs, but there are always those moments when you wonder as a group owner what exactly people are thinking. So, I’m going to share some of those here.
I’ve built my Facebook Group, the Women’s Entrepreneur Network, on Facebook up from 0 to over 60,000 members in just over 2 years. It has been an amazing experience in a lot of ways, and I’ve learned so much while growing the group.
Back when I first started my Facebook Group in 2015, I struggled with getting any kind of engagement started. What I quickly learned is that they do respond, but you have to draw them out of their shells. Here are 100 of my favorite conversation starters for social media.
Marketing, Networking, & Social Media
Self Care & Personal Development
Business Software and Technology
Entrepreneurship & Small Business
Starting Your Own Business
Management & Leadership
Time Management & Priorities
Women in Leadership
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