Facebook groups for bloggers are one of the best tools and most helpful to have. This is a place where you can connect with like-minded people and those in the same niche as you. Facebook groups are great for inspiration, bouncing ideas off of others, receiving feedback and finding new people to work with. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
The Rising Tide society’s Facebook group is all about “educating and empowering Creatives Entrepreneurs to thrive in the spirit of Community over Competition.” The group was created with the intention to “give all creatives a daily place to check in with their colleagues, participate in group discussion, ask questions, and seek positive support”.
The Imperfect Boss is a group dedicated to “liberate women from perfect and empower them to create lives and businesses that are wildly fulfilling”. Like The Rising Tide Society, The Imperfect Boss group is a place where others can connect, “laugh and cry and spill our guts about what it is really like to be an imperfect boss both in the beauty and in the mess”.
With the intention for “bloggers from ALL niches who are starting out”, Bloggers 2 Brands was created. This group is all about showcasing work and growing blogs.
The Online Business BFFs Community is “a place for online entrepreneurs to lend support, give feedback, and share advice” This Facebook group “is truly one of the most encouraging and strategic communities on the internet!”
The Heart Centered Entrepreneur is a group “where you can grow your business and feel supported in living a thriving life that matches your version of success.” This happens by keeping “your mindset and strategy strong, and stay accountable in the RIGHT actions that will move your business forward!”
The Visible Entrepreneur is a group for “women who are aspiring beacons of light, who’s #1 purpose is to love, serve others, women who have been through the shit, and have come out the other side stronger.”
Boost Your Blog is a private Facebook community that is “designed to help bloggers engage and promote one another’s work through shared interest and opportunity!” This group welcomes questions, making connections and growing your blog.
8. Blogging 101
Nicole, a blog & social media strategist, created Blogging 101, so she can help guide “fellow bloggers just like you.”
Rocking Virtual Assistants and Bloggers is a group for “anyone who wants to grow their Virtual Assistant, blogging, or other online business.” This group is great for exchanging tips, feedback and generating leads.
The Art if Better Blogging is a Facebook group of “bloggers, entrepreneurs & other online biz owners dedicated to better.”
This community seeks “honest feedback and advice.” What I love about this group is the rawness and honesty. When the community “ask a question, we don’t expect a fluff answer. We share our knowledge freely with each other with no ulterior motives. We’re not content with average. We are awesome and insist that our blogs & sites reflect that.”
11. Grow Your Blog
The expansion of your blog can become overwhelming. Luckily, the Grow Your Blog Facebook group exists. This group has a bit of everything. There are “daily comment threads, daily threads for social media shares (FB, Twitter, Pinterest, G+), monthly & quarterly follow for follow threads and an open forum for blog discussions”.
Think Creative Collective is a private Facebook group for “small business owners who want to share, learn and grow.”
#SOCIALBOSS is hosted by Caitlin Bacher, who helps “entrepreneurs start and grow their own profitable Facebook groups.”
The Creative Potential, run by Melissa McGraw, is where you can grab the essential business tools you need to build an online biz with passion and profitability!
This group is perfect for small business owners, entrepreneurs, bloggers, emerging designers, artisans, craftpreneurs and other handmade sellers who are looking for support on how to successfully launch their online/ecommerce business, or simply to bounce ideas off one another as they grow their creative business.
There you have it. Those are 13 awesome Facebook groups bloggers should join. If you are currently in any of the ones I mentioned or plan on joining them, let me know which ones! Feel free to leave a comment below or on my social media.