Facebook can be great for businesses to test a community approach. It’s quick and easy to set up, and most people are already familiar with the logistics of the social network.

However, as the importance of your community grows, you will undoubtedly consider leaving Facebook for a private community platform to better engage your members and scale your community!

This is a scary step! 

Moving a community from Facebook to a private community platform is enough to cause even the most resilient Community Managers sleepless nights!

With Halloween just around the corner, we decided to deep dive into some of your greatest fears when switching to a private community platform and how to overcome them!



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Hivebrite is an all-in-one community management platform. 

It empowers organizations of all sizes and sectors to launch, manage, and grow fully branded private communities. Hivebrite is completely customizable and provides all the tools needed to strengthen community engagement. Keep member data up-to-date, manage memberships and events, collect payments, centralize communication, and more from one easy-to-use platform.

Over 500 clients worldwide use Hivebrite to create and engage vibrant communities.

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