Facebook groups for bloggers and influencers are not one in a million these days. I’ve been involved in several groups for many years. Each group provides a different goal I’m working on with my own blog.
As part of my #22in2022 goals, I want to be actively engaging my content with others. I needed to find other ways to get my content in front of more people.
I joined 14 different Facebook groups. Now, don’t join go joining all of the groups at once! You’ll get overwhelmed like I did. I took my time trying out different groups to see if I could learn some valuable takeaways or connect with new bloggers.
Why should I join these Facebook Groups for Bloggers?
If you want an opportunity to learn more about blogging or influencing, then groups might be more up your alley. If you tried to search for “blogging 101” or “how to start a blog”, then a couple of the groups below might satisfy your search!
If you’re brand new, then you might not even know what to ask. You’ll be able to see what other people’s pain points are when they ask questions.
14 Facebook Groups for Bloggers and Influencers
Awesome Bloggers has daily engagement threads for you to participate in in order to boost your blog and social media visibility. They post daily threads and, if you participate, you must be finish before you can join a new thread the following day. They are very quick to remove spammy members and call you out if you don’t finished a thread. The group has over 6K members.
LIKEtoKNOW.it Strategy Group is a place where influencers come for support, positive and constructive guidance and community. A lot of members like to ask questions, analyze their strategies and celebrate their wins! The group offers follow trains for your LTK account if you’re new on LTK.
Becoming a Blogger is designed to help bloggers start and grow their blogging business and make money working from home. You are welcome here even if you haven’t started your blog yet!
I think this is one of my most active blogging groups. 376 posts in the past month and 12 new today. If you’re following the group, then you’ll see these posts in your feed. It’s an easy way to stay engaged! It is also a growing group and you can tell that other bloggers find this group to be helpful.
Blogger’s Camp is a collaborative community for bloggers to connect and inspire each other. They offer daily threads that you can participate in and share your content. This is a good promo group.
If you want to begin starting off in a daily thread, then this group one has one thread per day to join – each day has a different theme. If you’re just starting off, then this might be easier to participate in than the threads that Awesome Bloggers post daily.
Blogging Opportunity Community an exclusive group to find out about blogging and brand collaboration opportunities. Originally started by Get Blogged the group is now open to other specially selected outreach companies offering our members fantastic opportunities to collaborate and earn.
The Smart Blogging Approach is a free social learning group hosted by Ana of thesheapproach.com to help bloggers connect with each other, learn and grow their blogs strategically. The main purpose of this group is to share tips, offer feedback, have discussions and foster collaboration.
The Bloggers Supporting Bloggers group is a place to ask questions, share knowledge, make connections, and pass along opportunities that may not be the right fit for you. Started by Jasamine from missmillmag.com helping you grow your blog to the fullest potential.
I’m not sure why the posting is temporarily paused in the group (in the screenshot above), but you can still participate in the daily threads.
Blogging Boss Chicks is a group hosted by Ashley Cooper of therichgirlblog.com. The group was created for bloggers, and soon to be bloggers of all niches. The group’s main goal is to help one another promote our blogs in a respectful environment, as well as seek help and advice from one another.
There are daily threads, but members are allowed to post that they’re looking for help or trying to find others in their own industry!
Blogging Babes Collective s a group for new, beginner bloggers who want to work together collaboratively to build their blogs and to support their fellow blogging babes. You don’t need to have a blog to join.
Blogging for New Bloggers is a learning group hosted by Lucrezia & Marina of bloggingfornewbloggers.com and tinylovebug.com. They help new bloggers start and run a successful blog and make money blogging! You will get actionable tips on how to blog profitably and legally. The main purpose of this group is to share tips, offer feedback, have discussions and foster collaboration.
Blogger Education Network is a welcoming space for all bloggers! Whether you are starting your blog today or have been blogging for years, you will be able to connect with and learn more about how to turn your idea into a profitable blogging business.
This group offers Instagram and LTK threads to join. They are fairly quick to join (sometimes only open until 20 people post their links) so be quick! Sometimes there are questions, but it is mostly “like all” or “follow all”. This is really good to pay attention to if you just started your LTK account and need to hit 60 followers!
The admin of this group struggled to be able to find content about LTK when they first started their account. It was her intentions to easily share in this group any questions or knowledge about the program. It has almost 2K members and has daily threads for you to participate in.
This group is about 1/4th the size of the IG & LTK Babes group, but, again, really good if you need to build your LTK account to hit the minimum follower requirement. There are lots of follow posts! The group’s description is geared for newbies, but welcomes anyone that wants to engage!
Don’t be afraid to join multiple Facebook groups!
You are going to learn something different with each group you join because they’re going to be full of many different types of bloggers. Each of you will have a unique lens on what blogging encompasses.
Do you find Facebook groups useful?
Let me know in the comments below what your favorite groups are!