If you're a creator who wants to build awareness, there's not many better ways than to build an online community on one of the social media platforms. Most creators opt for Facebook because it has the largest footprint. However, does that mean it's the best? Does it mean it's the most efficient?
I know for me, I've seen plenty of groups on Facebook that are highly engaged. That's why I started the Facebook Masterminder group there. Unfortunately, I didn't really know what I was doing when I started it, so it's kind of a ghost town. I'm still trying to fix that because, Facebook groups is where it's at in 2016 when it comes to engaged communities on social media. Mirna Bacun begs to differ.
Through doing her work with her SaaS project, Greenpie, she has found a great way to build communities on LinkedIn. When she got into The Foundation, she had very little knowledge of entrepreneurship and possibly even worse, little to no connections when it came to building her list of potential clients. So long story short, she decided that LinkedIn was as good as any other place to build a community for her company. She chose well. In the podcast, she talks about how literally everything she does on LinkedIn is free. Getting on News Feeds, messaging, sending bulletins - all of it. Besides her background and how she got started as entrepreneur, she also talks about her new course and how you can learn just enough about LinkedIn to get a group going yourself and to make thousands in revenue So if you're in need for a community and want to do it in an effective an inexpensive way, then you'll definitely dig this conversation... and then look for her to release her course in February 2016.