Many marketers expect that when they find a Facebook group in their niche and with many followers, they have discovered a gold mine.
Multi-user groups are never the most reliable source of results.
For example, one Facebook group with 300 members may be more effective than another with 3,000 members.
Before you waste your time in unnecessary spam, messaging members, or posting in a group, make sure you are in the right place.
Determine the quality of the group
We guarantee that sometimes large groups are round zero and it is not worth the waste of time in them.
However, how do we recognize them?
Are there a lot of user activity - reactions, shares and most of all comments? If not, then most likely the group has attracted new members with random invitations to everyone (friend invites all friend list).
For example, imagine you are a writer. It's just that your Facebook friends aren't interested in books. However, you do create a group to share your work with. You know this group will be inactive. Because the fewer reactions and interest it provokes, the fewer publications it will show to its members at their newsfeed.
The highest quality groups are those that gather members naturally.
That is when someone finds the group himself and decides to join it. Exactly when one searches for information, it means that one has an interest in the subject matter of a given group.
Of course, if you invite your friends who are sure to share the interests shared by the group, they will be fully effective members.
When a group is not created by you, you cannot be sure how it has accumulated its members over time.
Therefore, we need to consider how many members it is by looking at its activity. The most important sign is the number of commenters, and only then are reactions and shares.
The groups have no public statistics, so even the owners cannot guarantee a reach. However, group administrators can tell a post how many times it has been viewed.
Do you have a good enough account?
Make sure your gender does not prevent you from posting to a group. For example, if you constantly post articles from your blog to a female group, it's almost certain that you will either be kicked out of the community or Facebook will block your access to the platform or group. And this is because you're a man and spam.
Also, if your profile hasn't trusted photos, that looks suspicious.
HOW TO CREATE FAKE FACEBOOK PROFILE
Create a realistic character
If you use a fake account, you must be convincing. Do not rush to post your videos, links. First, establish yourself as a permanent member of the group. Wait at least a few weeks before you start publishing. Create contacts from the group. Communicate. It's the only possible way to receive their trust.
Identify the niche
The first step is to find groups that fit your field. If you're selling clothes, look for groups with the same focus.
Facebook ads appear along the right side next to the group post feed and below the suggested groups to join.