Facebook Groups are a great way for small business owners to build community with prospects and clients. But sometimes, group members take advantage of the exposure and use this platform as a way to spam other members, instead of adhering to a group’s rules and providing value.
One way you can protect your group’s integrity is to require prospective members to answer some pre-screening questions.
You can ask them things like: Why do you want a member of this group? Or what do you hope to get out of this group?
You can also use the questions to offer a freebie in exchange for the group member’s email address.
In the following video tutorial, I show you how to add screening questions to your Facebook group.
If you’re a solopreneur who would like to connect, create and collaborate with other solopreneurs so you can fuel your company’s growth in a manner that works best for you, I invite you to join my Facebook Group, WE 4 Success – Women Entrepreneurs: Bold Strategies for Business Success. Visit wesuccessnetwork.com to request admission.