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In this show, I have a bit of a rant about the evils of Facebook, but I also share some of the Facebook groups that fuel me on this ol’ business journey.

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The key takeaways:

💛 Facebook may have morphed into a crazy mess of humble brags and pitch bombs but there are still delightful, supportive communities out there.

💛 Go through all of your Facebook groups and switch off your notifications. After a few days, think about which ones you’ve missed seeing updates from. Bring those back. Remove yourself from the rest.

💛 Step away from any communities that make you feel tired, or drained, or stroppy, or icky.

💛 There’s a trend at the moment of everyone starting conversations and nobody finishing them. That’s superficial. Don’t be superficial.

💛 Facebook groups can be far more than a marketing opportunity, but it’s up to us to bring that to life.

What makes a great Facebook group?

  • Rules
  • Focus
  • Likeable hosts
  • Likeable members
  • Minimal promotions

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The quotables:

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“Find Facebook groups that will fuel you – they’re out there.” – Daire Paddy

“If people are paying for the privilege they’ll behave a lot better.” – Daire Paddy

“Be more intentional about what you let invade your screens.” – Daire Paddy

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