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I have a secret: Facebook groups have helped me massively increase my pageviews on my blog. Why? Because Facebook groups are some of the best ways to connect with like minded individuals to help get your content seen organically. Let's face the facts: right now, many social media networks, Facebook included, are focusing on “pay to play” in order to get your content seen. Actually, the cold, hard truth is that Facebook announced that if you own a page on Facebook (aka your blog's Facebook page, your shop page, your business page) your page WILL NOT show up on your follower's news feed unless you pay to advertise or “boost” your post. Scary right? But the same isn't happening in Facebook groups!

That means when you share your posts in relevant groups you are targeting people who will be interested in reading your posts. Last year I started my Facebook group “Boost Your Blog” which of today has almost 30,000 members. I encourage sharing and engaging but I hope to be fostering a community for people to be seen and make connections. The fact is we can all learn from each other. Of course, I think there is an art to sharing in Facebook groups. You need to follow the rules, share your posts authentically, and share them in a way that gets people to CLICK on your posts.

I've compiled a list of 75 Facebook groups for bloggers and entrepreneurs to help you connect and make your search easier. Whether you'd like to promote your blog, connect with other bloggers, collaborate, find more followers, or gain a new perspective these Facebook groups will help you.

75 Facebook Groups for Bloggers and Entrepreneurs

  1. Boost Your Blog
  2. Instagram Impact
  3. Pinterest Growth For Bloggers
  4. Adventures in Blogging
  5. The Rising Tide Society
  6. Freelance To Freedom Project Community
  7. Millennial Entrepreneur Community
  8. Bloggers Engagement Group
  9. Caffeinate and Conquer
  10. Women Winning Online
  11. Blog Society
  12. The Rebel Speaker
  13. The Blog Loft
  14. Social Media for Entrepreneurs
  15. Blogger Roundups
  16. Boss Girl Bloggers
  17. Blogging Network
  18. Pinterest for Travel Bloggers
  19. The Aspiring Travel Writer
  20. Blogging Mastermind Group
  21. Pinning Ain’t Easy
  22. Instagram Besties
  23. Think Creative Collective
  24. Blogger Babes Members
  25. Bloggers Gonna Blog
  26. Promote Your Book Page
  27. Blogging 101
  28. Pinterest Ninjas
  29. Awesome Bloggers
  30. NiceOps Planathon
  31. Brilliant Business Moms
  32. The Badass Solopreneur Society
  33. Twitter Marketing Group
  34. Blogger's World
  35. Blog Passion Project
  36. Blogging Boost
  37. The SITS Girls Facebook Group
  38. Bloggers United
  39. WordPress Help for Beginners
  40. Fashion Bloggers Promotion
  41. Show Your Blog Love
  42. Paradise Bloggers
  43. Grow Your Blog
  44. Blogging with Heart <3
  45. Cats With Blogs
  46. Blog Beautiful
  47. Pinterest Traders
  48. My Pro Blog + Biz
  49. Blogging Anarchy
  50. For Love + Money with Caitlin Bacher
  51. Learn to Blog
  52. Bloggertunities
  53. Ladypreneur Community
  54. Blog Promo Community
  55. Growing Social Media for Bloggers
  56. Rock Your Blog & Biz
  57. Impact Driven Entrepreneurs
  58. Rockstar Bloggers and Virtual Assistants
  59. Fundamentals of Blogging
  60. Women Winning Online
  61. Just Keep Blogging
  62. Bloggers That Profit
  63. The Success Society
  64. The Blogger Life
  65. The Blogging Elite
  66. The Blogging Squad
  67. Secret Blogger's + Bosses Society
  68. Bloggers Social Media Support
  69. Blogging Newbs
  70. #AuthenticBloggers
  71. Savvy Business Owners
  72. Bloggers Supporting Bloggers
  73. ProBlogger Community
  74. Women Bloggers That Promote
  75. Marketing Solved
  76. Ambitious Badass Entrepreneurs

When it comes to sharing your blog, finding relevant, active Facebook groups can help you grow your blog in a meaningful way. A word of caution though follow the rules! Some groups are much more strict than others. Some groups let you only post and reply to the designated threads, such as, “share your recent travel blog post”, while others ask you not to post “follow for follow” threads. I HIGHLY suggest that you don't participate in follow for follow or like threads. This post explains in depth why this can actually hurt your engagement. Focus on sharing high quality content and give people a reason to click. Don't be spammy, follow the rules, and be part of the community.

I promise, when you do this, you can really see your blog gain more authenticity and you'll grow too.

See how to start a profitable lifestyle blog, right here!

I hope you liked the list! Feel free to pin it so you can keep finding relevant groups!

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