Are you using a large Facebook groups list to help grow your blog or online business?
If not, you may want to consider it.
Using an effective Facebook groups list can help explode your blog or business’s growth in several ways. Not only do Facebook groups provide a community of like-minded individuals that you can learn from, but you also gain instant access to an established support network.
Better yet, say hello to thousands of fellow small business owners who are also on the lookout for potential collaboration opportunities.
A large Facebook groups list is absolutely essential for:
- Increasing your website traffic
- Finding potential customers
- Exploding your sales
- Building relationships and/or networking with other thought leaders in your area
- Learning best practices for how to make money with your blog
- Mastering content marketing, and so much more!
Now, if you don’t have a large Facebook groups list yet, don’t worry. You can steal my list of some of the most popular Facebook groups around (all linked below). It’s not a comprehensive Facebook groups directory (no such thing exists) but they’re all super active, and there’s no limit to what you can achieve.
No one appreciates someone purely interested in self-promotion or link dropping. Be courteous to already existing conversations and do your best to provide value to a group before promoting your blog or business.
1. DollarSprout Ultimate Blogging Group
DollarSprout Ultimate Blogging Group is a fantastic group if you’re serious about growing your blog, increasing your traffic, and making money. The group is run by Ben and Jeff, the guys who started the personal finance site DollarSprout.
The group is super active, so you’ll never feel like you’re missing out on learning valuable advice and tips when it comes to blogging.
2. Inspired Bloggers Network
One of the more popular Facebook groups around, with 12,000+ members strong, Tabitha Philen’s Facebook group is the perfect place for bloggers and social media entrepreneurs to educate and encourage one another.
The Inspired Bloggers Network was once an extremely active group with new threads posted daily, but it’s recently been closed. However, you can search through old posts in the group. It still holds a wealth of information for new and experienced bloggers.
3. Rock Your Blog & Biz
If you enjoy participating in conversations, building meaningful relationships, receiving support and advice, and having fun while learning how to rock your blog or business, Rock Your Blog & Biz is perfect for you.
Hosted by Kirsten Rosetti, you can join thousands of bloggers and small business owners all with one collective goal in mind: use social media to effectively promote one another’s content.
If you’re looking to up your content marketing game, this is the place to be.
4. Building Online Empires by HumanProofDesigns.com
If you have a specific niche for your blog and want the best advice on how to market for your niche blog and make the most money from it, this group is what you need.
With a high activity level and 10,000+ members, you’ll find the community and advice you are looking for within this group.
5. In Blogging 101
Blogging 101 is an essential for any good Facebook groups list. You’ll find useful advice for your blog such as how to grow your traffic and how to generate income.
This is an incredibly active group, so you’ll be sure to learn a lot from the members in no time, as well as have a great platform to share your questions and insight.
6. The Smart Passive Income Community
As a member of The Smart Passive Income Community, you can participate in discussions on blogging, podcasting, and other online business interests with the other members of the group.
This group is highly active and has 45,000+ members, so you’ll have plenty of “teachers” to learn from.
7. Blogging Like We Mean It
It doesn’t matter what point you are at in your blogging or biz journey, Carly’s goal is to help you succeed.
If you’re interested in weekly Q+A threads and bi-weekly Facebook live videos on everything blogging, this is a group you’ll find incredibly useful.
8. Blog Passion Project
If daily threads to promote growth, monthly challenges with guides to help with blog growth, and opportunities to join giveaways and gain exposure sound like something you’d be interested in, then Blog Passion Project is the one for you.
Blog Passion Project is still relatively small (under 1,000 members) which is super helpful in creating a tight-knit community among other bloggers in the group.
9. Entrepreneur Hustle
Have a business and desire to take it to the next level? Entrepreneur Hustle is created by Danny Viega, whose goal is to help others learn how to grow their business to 6 and 7 figures. With over 65,000 members, this may not be a “tight-knit community” but you surely will learn a thing or two in no time.
10. Facebook Ad Hacks
So you heard that Facebook ads are a good option to grow and scale your business. But the truth is some business models are a better fit for Facebook ads than others. If your business is a good fit, then I would totally recommend joining Facebook Ad Hacks.
I actually went back and edited this Facebook groups list just so I could include this group. If you want to use Facebook ads to heighten brand awareness, drive traffic, or even find new clients, this is the most value-oriented group I’ve come across.
Cat Howell is always bringing you the latest on Facebook ads. In her weekly Facebook Live updates, she discusses ad platform changes and best-practice tips, helping you target more customers and increase your sales.
One of the largest groups around, there are 146,000 other advanced Facebook advertisers always present to bounce ideas back and forth. From things like ad budget and targeting, to landing page optimization and conversion deficiencies, they cover that, the Facebook Pixel, and more. If you’re in a love/hate relationship with Facebook ads, this is the place to be.