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Newsletter (10 November, 2017)

Grytics Newsletter is a collection of articles, tips, use cases, how-tos, videos… about Facebook Groups. We deliver it each week for you. Follow our blog. Get news, insights, practices… Make the most out of your Facebook groups!

Here is the collection for this week:


A Facebook group requires continual nurturing and adding relevant content. But the rewards of having dedicated followers make it worth the effort.

What if you had a captured audience of potential clients and referrals, all in one convenient location where you can communicate regularly? Gold mine, right? That is what a Facebook group can do for you and your business. But a Facebook group needs to be managed a certain way to be successful. Here are a few pointers to consider, whether you are creating a brand-new group or enhancing an existing one.

  • Tip #1: Make it engaging
  • Tip #2: Make it something people want to join
  • Tip #3: Provide value



Do you know how to organize your Facebook groups to maximize your blog growth?

Amongst all of the resources you may find are TONS of invitations to Facebook groups. When you join the groups your entire Facebook feed may fill up with blogging tips, tricks, questions, solutions, and most importantly, opportunities to promote your work.

Here is a case about how to organize Facebook groups to maximize blog growth.



The page of Facebook Business published the nearly two-minute video on October 25, with a caption that said the founder of the “Search English” group is helping over 360,000 people in Bangladesh improve their English skills and confidence on Facebook.

In the 1-minute-41-second clip, a number of group members shared how they were inspired, overcame their fear and developed their grasp on English speaking and writing through the platform.

The group Search English was founded in June last year with the slogan “Learn English to Change life” by Razib, also the president of e-Commerce Association of Bangladesh, along with Abul Khayer, Neyamot Ullah and SM Mehdi Hasan.

It aims to help people to practice English and develop their skills to have a better career and better life.

The group currently has nearly 390,000 members. Anyone can join this public group and practice English with other members through posts.

Keep reading to learn more about the case of Bangladesh’s Search English group.