• Facebook and Google for support groups?

    Facebook and Google for support groups?

    2 billion people on Facebook. Why not? Facebook is fun and it makes us feel good as we share our experiences with people that like us. In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of using Facebook and Google in your support group. Do I really want my group on my wall? Facebook’s objectives are to get people spending as much time online

  • How to use social media as a marketing tool for your support group

    How to use social media as a marketing tool for your support group

    How to use social media as a marketing tool for your support group? You run support groups – it could be weight loss or diabetes control or helping people deal with stress and trauma. Can social media help you reach out to more people – and will it help you be more successful in your

  • How to use online messaging to improve support group relationships

    How to use online messaging to improve support group relationships

    Support groups bring together people with common challenges, such as Parkinson’s Disease, weight loss and rare disorders and an infinite variety of other issues. A weekly meeting may not be enough to get the information you need or share a revelation. You know that feeling of discovery or triumph – we all do.  We want to

  • Do you have information junkies in your support group?

    Do you have information junkies in your support group?

    Do you have information junkies in your support group? It happens all the time. You have a support group member who always shows up a few minutes early armed with notes and lists of questions.   You have members who are always online and seeking information – and never satisfied with what they find.   Then there are the

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