Many groups make their Logo much longer than its wide it then becomes a full banner advertisement and takes up more space when its listed on the group page giving it more prominence.
3) Leverage Your Friends You can’t grow a group huge without the help of other people.
Groups are not just confined to a single location, they spill out all over the place.
Like a crowded house party that ends up with lots of people milling about on the front lawn.
Start a discussion using Facebook Notes and make your group the logical solution to a problem that people might face.
Create the content for your group before you launch and tell people what you are doing.
If your name is boring most people automatically assume your group will be too.
Get your favorite bloggers to write an article about your group.
Hand select the people who you want to be there and send them personal invitations. You need to choose people who are dynamic on Facebook or Twitter, people who are famous, people who have huge followings, people who have large networks and people who are already experts and leaders within your niche.
Having these people as initial members instantly gives your group credibility.
People won’t join if they turn up to your group page and find a cold empty room with no music and no refreshments.
Use Facebook Events and hold a teleseminar to publicize it and/or write Facebook notes and tag all your initial members, get them interacting with each other and keep sending them back to the group page to post on the wall and participate in the discussions.