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Newsletter (16 February, 2018)

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:


Whether you’re looking to position yourself as an expert or find new customers, Facebook groups are a fantastic way to increase brand awareness, generate leads for your business, and build credibility in your industry. Plus with 2 billion monthly users, it’s a great opportunity to find your tribe—a support group featuring people with the same hobbies, activities, or business interest as you.

Here are a few ways to leverage Facebook groups to increase your career visibility:

  • Find people of like-minded interest
  • Build a community around interest, products, and services
  • Learn about the latest industry trends and productivity tools

Keep reading to see more:


A Facebook Group is a great way to communicate and share common interests, information, and opinions around a common cause or goal.

Facebook groups offer another way to direct traffic to your other platforms, and even monetizing.

Listen to a great podcast episode about how to build a Facebook Group…and monetize it:


Fancy history, archery, dressing in Medieval garb, axe tossing? There is a group in West Chester Twp. passionate about these hobbies as a chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism.

The local group known as the Canton of Hawkes Keys is within the larger region of the Barony of Flaming Gryphon in the Middle Kingdom — put another way, local members of the group hail from Butler and Warren counties.

The group has regular business meetings, which they use to rehearse and listen to their cohorts present what they have learned from their research. If attendees want, they can participate in events all around the area every weekend. They also host a large event at the Butler County Fairgrounds during the summer.

Keep reading to see a case of the Facebook group “The Canton of Hawkes Keye”: