Groups for Pages is a really intriguing strategy. At Marquette University, we’ve had a parents Facebook group for parents with 3,000+ members. It’s a great resource but can require a ton of time and attention, which can take attention away from other projects. We currently have a Facebook page with 50,000+ fans, and a group for that page seems like it might be way too big. Do you think there’s an optimal size? Do you think Groups for Pages will scale, or become chaos and noise like other parts of social media?

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