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The hard truth is that you cannot do it alone, and that’s why communities are essential. A critical aspect of any online business owner is the like-minded people you hang out with.
After days of researching Facebook and LinkedIn groups, I created a list of communities for tech entrepreneurs on Facebook, LinkedIn, and other platforms.
Engaging and contributing to these communities will help you learn, grow your abilities, and validate marketing ideas with experts in the field.
These are 10 Facebook Groups I recently joined that I find suitable for Tech Entrepreneurs.
Although there could be better engagement overall, some posts can bring value. There’s also space for contributions.
The engagement is better than the previously mentioned one. People care and jump to help. This is a good place for engaging and contributing to the community.
Pretty good engagement; people are responding, and some provide valuable feedback.
A good place to stay updated with what’s appearing on the market.
This is a more business oriented group. Good for learning about new metrics, keywords and advance your knowledge. Also good to ask questions.
It’s not always about the numbers in likes and comments but the engagement and the value of the group community.
While still awaiting acceptance, I am intrigued by this one. From the header image of who I think is Dan to the small coffee in his hand, the well-written rules, and the big community – it was enough to make me curious.
Although I am not convinced by the header image design, not all good things wear cool hats!
The engagement is good, and I like when I go through some posts and find real value and honest feedback. It might be worth asking real business questions, getting feedback, and contributing to the existing and new arising questions.
This one is for you if you consider offering or buying lifetime deals. Here you can stay updated with apps offering lifetime deals and see how others do it. Although you have to pay to share your app, it might be worth it; wondering what the asking price is.
Although I am still awaiting approval from the administrators, it is an intriguing community to be part of if your app is addressed to B2B. The location of members varies from US to EU, which might make it a good place to learn more from others regarding B2B practices.
They only allow posting questions and answers and have discussions around the digital marketing topic, which makes it a promising group to learn from. Interestingly enough, I cannot post a question myself, I might need to engage and contribute to the comments section first, showing my intentions.
Being part of groups as a tech entrepreneur provides a platform for collaboration, inspiration, and problem-solving. You gain access to a knowledge pool where you can ask questions and share insights with like-minded professionals.
The relationships built can lead to partnerships, referrals, or investments.
It’s a supportive community that fosters innovation, creativity, and business growth. Ultimately, it’s about being part of a collective journey towards success in the tech industry.
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