Instead of repeated introductions, group members can learn of others in the group from Group Gorilla.
Have direct contact with other group members, their full contact details and social cards
Maximize your broadcast reach to group members, without any "algorithms" deciding for you
If you are a member of a Facebook, Whatsapp or LinkedIn group, you noticed that new members don't know who is already on the group and why. Introducing the old members to the new members each time a new member joins, is not feasiable. Group Plugin is saving the hassle: each group member has got a short profile with contact details that can be accessed by all other group members.
Yes, anyone can open a group on Group Gorilla, regardless on which platform you run your group: Whatsapp, Telegram, Facebook, Reddit, LinkedIn... whatever platform you use.
We recommend you to post your Group Gorilla Page URL in the description of your platform group, so new members can know where to find it. I.e. post the Group Gorilla URL on your Facebook / Whatsapp / LinkedIn group description.
You can post your name, photo, location - so people can know in which city you live, your contact details and a short liner that explains what are you looking for by joining the group.
As a group admin, you want to be able to connect with all your group members. With Group Gorilla you can get ownership of your group members data: you can broadcast to all members and export their details to a CSV file.
When people post on a social media group, the algorithm is reaching 2% to 5% of its members. When a group admin is broadcasting to a Group Gorilla group, all members - 100% - will receive the broadcast.
Group Gorilla is 100% free to use.
Hi, my name is Eran and I'm a web pioneer, I love to create startups and love new ideas. I run social media groups since the early beginning, but found it hard to have a direct connection with my group members. Then I had this idea for Group Gorilla: how could I help people connect better with their social media groups, and without any "facebook algorithms" and "linkedin algorithm" disturbing in the way?
Feel free to contact me anytime: [Eran's website] [Eran's blog] [Eran's LinkedIn]