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Business Casual: How to monetize a Facebook group

In this episode of Business Casual, GrowthLab product developer Heather Giannone interviews Jenny Lachs of Digital Nomad Girls, an online community of women who work remotely.

1:00 – Jenny’s “aha” moment when she started her biz

2:07 – How long it took to grow her group to 16,000 members

3:28 – Top 3 tactics Jenny used to grow her group quickly

5:38 – Jenny explains how she monetized her Facebook group

10:18 – Jenny’s top 3 tips for starting a Facebook group

12:38 – Jenny’s top 3 tips to becoming a digital nomad

15:58 – Jenny’s response to if she always wanted to be an entrepreneur or if she stumbled into it

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