You've heard of different news reports about sites getting hacked, or even FB Group pages getting taken over by other people. Here are some things to consider...
1. Limit the number of Group admins.
Have at most only 2 admins in charge of the Facebook group.
If that results in the slowing down of the approval of new group members, then so be it. There's no need to be in such a mad rush, just so that the page will display XX,XXX number of members.
2. Review/rotate admins.
The SuperAdmin should review the list of admins, especially if there are more than 2 designated admins for your Facebook Group page.
The recommended maximum length of admin duty is: 3 months.
After 3 months, return a previous Group page admin back to the role of member or subscriber. This will allow that member to become more active in the forum of FB Group page.
3. Educate your admins.
Sometimes, it's not one of your admins who defaces your FB Group page. Rather, the Facebook account of one of your Group page admins was compromised and taken over.
By educating your admins in the area of site security or even password management, you will be able to help reduce the probability of someone hacking into your admin's FB account.
Now there are other security measures and even marketing tactics you can use in your FB Group page. And that information is available to Team Manny Viloria (TMV) members.
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