Newsletter (12 January, 2018)
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Here is the collection for this week:
Social media has become one of the most valuable tools for nonprofit organizations to raise awareness, engage with supporters and get results. That’s why for nonprofits it’s important to stay up to date with new platform features and integrate them into their current digital marketing efforts.
A recent Facebook update enabled pages to create groups. So, what are page groups and how nonprofits can benefit from them?
Here are five ways you can utilize Facebook page groups:
- Gather people together for a certain cause
- Engage with a specific location
- Communicate as your brand
There’s nothing quite like a fry up at breakfast time to set you up for the day, so it’s no wonder that the Full English can arouse some very strong passions among enthusiasts.
In a quest to find the perfect cooked breakfast, fry-up enthusiasts have created a Facebook group Fry Up Police where Brits can shared images of their plates – whether homemade or from a café – for others to give their ratings. More than 50,000 British fry up enthusiasts have joined the group.
Keep reading to learn more about a case of the Facebook group Fry Up Police: http://snip.ly/r2bw3#http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-5194899/Brutal-Facebook-group-rates-peoples-fry-ups.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
Facebook groups are basically a community where alike people come together to share their thoughts, feelings and interests.
And Facebook gives you an opportunity where you can join any certain group where you can find people of your industry. You can join any of the group which consists of members who belongs to your business, industry or category.
Here are some insights and tips about how Facebook Groups can help you to get niche traffic and conversion: http://www.digitalmarketingknowledge.com/facebook-groups-benefits/