When you ask to join almost any Facebook group these days, chances are a pop up will appear asking you at least one question.
Many group owners use their group questions to ask how you found the group, or what your area of expertise is.
Some also ask you to type yes to agree to their group rules.
However, there is a very savvy way that you can use group questions…
… inviting your group joiners to opt in for your (compelling, and directly related to the topic of the group) lead magnet.
One of my clients is seeing an average of 92% of their new group joiners providing their email address, adding 509 additional email subscribers to their list in the past month.
I’ve written an article that walks through how my clients have been collecting email addresses in Facebook group questions, and importing those email addresses into their CRM to deliver the lead magnet – without having to copy and paste!
Plus, you’ll find ideas for how to enjoy maximum conversions when your new group members are EXCITED to receive your lead magnet.
Have a read, and then think about how you could adopt this strategy to grow your email list in Facebook groups you manage.
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