Turning Off Notifications
That makes me wonder, why would people turn off notifications? Likely, they don’t have time, they are annoyed by the series of notifications, they don’t feel the group is active or gives value, or the group is simply not their interest/niche. I personally can relate to the last two reasons. More often than not, I find groups I am in are not helpful or suitable to the niche I am in. And that’s because I join and accept Facebook group invitations without criteria on what group to join or what to do with the group.
Perks of Being in a Group
Being with people who have the same mindset creates a good avenue to exchange ideas, cultivates a deeper relationship and promotes self-esteem and well-being. Groups do not only help you connect with people who share the same wavelength as you but also expose you to prospective clients. In other words, if done correctly, it helps you to become visible and build a stronger network.
Facebook groups are some of the most powerful tools! If there is a place to connect people of the same interest, build a network and increase exposure, it is Facebook groups.