I don’t know about you, but I’m kinda “over” the Facebook business page. If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably spent tons of time and energy trying to grow a following for your page. But because of the algorithm you’re seeing less and less engagement—it’s frustrating, right? Well, don’t give up on Facebook just yet, because I’ve got a little secret when it comes to using the social media platform to grow your audience—Facebook groups!
If you’re new here, I’m Moriah, the owner and creative director of Moriah Riona Branding—helping creative female entrepreneurs build brands with confidence and success.
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Now, I am by no means an expert when it comes to Facebook groups—which is why I asked my branding-client-turned-very-good-friend, Shannon Squires of Shannon Squires Photography to share her secrets for growing a large and loyal audience with not one but two different Facebook groups!
Shannon is an award winning Children’s portraiture artist—and when I say awards, I mean some of the most prestigious in the industry! She’s also a highly sought after educator and a partner in Summerana which creates tutorials, overlays and Photoshop actions for photographers.
So, without further ado—here is my interview with Shannon:
Watch the video to see Shannon’s tips for growing your brand, business, and influence with Facebook groups. Topics include:
Chasing Arrows with Shannon Squires Photography
Summerana’s Photography Tribe – Photoshop Actions and Photography Tools
Website | Summerana | Facebook | Instagram
Well, I hope you enjoyed this video! After I recorded this interview, I was so inspired by Shannon and her awesome tips that I finally bit the bullet and started my own Facebook group:
Rise + Shine Mastermind: A Community For Ambitious Women In Business
We’re just getting started, and I’d LOVE to have you join us. So click here to request membership!
And be sure to check out Shannon’s work as well as her Facebook groups—which are all linked above!