20 Best Facebook Groups For Entrepreneurs And Bloggers To Join
Facebook groups are a powerful tool for new as well as experienced bloggers and entrepreneurs to use and grow their business. I use Facebook groups to grow my list, engage with my target audience, get clients and partners etc.
If you are just starting out, it could be the easiest way to start getting traffic to your blog and building your following. Listed below in no particular order are 20 of the best groups you can join.
- Bloggers Supporting Each Other
- DNW – Making Money From Blogging
- Blogging Boost
- Boost Your Blog
- Blogging 101
- The new screw the 9-5 community
- Bloggers Supporting Bloggers
- Blogging Newbs
- The blogging squad
- The Sway Facebook Group
- Grow Your Blog
- ProBlogger Community
- Journey Feed Blogging Community
- The Smart Passive Income Community
- Blogging for New Bloggers
- The Blogging Crew
- Blogging Network
- Pinning Ain’t Easy
- Blog Tools Corner Official facebook group
The first group on my list is, of course, my group. It was started over a year ago and now has over 22 000 members. It was created as an extension of a Pinterest group board but today it is for all blogging related topics. Many entrepreneurs have testimonies of how this group helped them grow their business.
Yay! Talking about this group makes me happy. This is one of the best Facebook groups anyone can join if you want to learn about SEO and making money. Sharon Gourlay of Digital Nomad Wannabe is a force to reckon with. She shares a lot of helpful resources in this group. I didn’t talk to Sharon before publishing this post, so I don’t when she started the group but it has grown to about 5 000 members.
The group is open to any entrepreneur. It is hosted by Elizabeth Ashley Bradley and has 26 000 members. It’s a place where you can connect with other bloggers, share your posts, and learn the ins and outs of working online!
This is the first group I joined when I just started blogging. Back then it was around 500 members, today it has grown to over 37 000 members. It is hosted by Helene Sula. Boost Your Blog is a private community designed to help bloggers engage and promote one another’s work through shared interest and opportunity!
Blogging 101 is a very good group to join if you want to learn from peers. It is a hangout place for bloggers of all abilities. It is a place to share traffic building methods, income streams, blogging resources, ask questions and to have fun!
This is a place for online entrepreneurs who want to connect with a posse of people who are driven by the same kinda dream. The community has over 11000 members and is run by Jill Stanton and Josh Stanton
This group was started by Allie of Allie’s Fashion and has over 30 000 members. You can use the group to boost your traffic with daily threads, expert tips and you can also be featured as a member of the week
This group is hosted by McKinzie Bean of mom makes cents. It has over 19000 members. It’s a place for bloggers who want to share, learn and grow. In order to be accepted into the group, you have to fill an opt-in form.
The Blogging Squad is an online community for bloggers.
You can share your latest blog/social media posts in our daily threads. You can also post threads if you need any help, looking for collabs, etc.
This is an amazing community with +6000 members. This group is for ESTABLISHED blog owners. If you are looking to start a new blog, this group probably isn’t for you.
This is another super active Facebook group. It is a collaboration between the blogging agency Massive Sway and The SITS (Secret is in the Sauce) Girls. It is an education-focused group determined to help its members learn best practices and build their reach as influencers. In turn, Massive Sway taps into the group’s nearly 18,000 members for brand partnership opportunities.
If you are in search of monthly & Quarterly Follow for Follow Threads, Daily comment threads, Daily threads for social media shares (FB, Twitter, Pinterest, G+), Monthly & Quarterly Follow for Follow Threads, then this is the place to be. This group has 15 000 members and is run by these main admins: Esther JuLee. Angie Golish, Rachel Lloyd.
This is a group of more than 13k bloggers who read and listen to the ProBlogger blog and podcast. The group is focused entirely on all things blogging. Inside, you’ll have the opportunity to join the discussion about issues raised in the podcast as well as respond to questions posted by members.
The journey feed blogging community is run by two sisters and a sister-in-law based in Melbourne (Australia). If you are working on your blog as a side hustle, you aren’t ready to quit your day job in order to blog, then this group is the perfect group for you. Here, you will interact with other creatives who are growing their blog (or other side hustle) while also dealing with full-time commitments, such as a 9-5 job.
This group has over 37 thousand members. It’s a place where fans and friends of Pat Flynn and Smart Passive Income can come to freely communicate and discuss online business, blogging, podcasting, and other online business interests!
This is a supportive community where more than 8 000 bloggers connect and grow together. The main purpose of this group is to share tips, offer feedback, have discussions and foster collaboration.They also have daily promo threads. You will get help to grow your blog and social media following.
The platforms boasts of close to 13k members with kaillia as the founder. This is a safe place for ALL bloggers to communicate, share, collaborate, and learn from other bloggers like themselves. Members are allowed to share their doubts and communicate with other bloggers through their different links.
This platform gathers more than 29k members with Daniela, Andre andina as admins.
The group is created to connect bloggers of different genres with each other.
If you like to communicate and share topics, opinions and trends in a stylish and open-minded manner. They will be happy to welcome a bunch of new faces and blogs!
Jenn Leach started this group as a pinterest engagement and support group. It has grown to over 4 000 members and now covers blogging related topics. There are daily threads to help you and your business grow.
This group has more tha 3000 members and was established as a way to share exciting opportunities available to Bloggers, from sponsored posts to Blogger Showcases and Round-ups. This is a very strict group. If you do not have a Blog, please do not ask to be invited. NO Coupon/Review Blogs are accepted into the group.
The last group on my list is still my grou. Blog Tools Corner Official Facebook group is much smaller than my main facebook group, 900 members. I spend more time with members here than my other bigger group. I share my knowlege on SEO and other blogging related topics here
There you go! My Best facebook group list. Please use them to improve your business and life. Are there any other groups you think I can add on the list? Write them in the comments section.