You know you want to grow your blog, right?! You have joined Facebook Group after Facebook Group and now you are simply overwhelmed by the sheer amount of effort and time it takes to participate. Crafting the perfect Facebook Groups Strategy can boost your blog and send your earning skyrocketing all while keeping you sane.
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How to effectively leverage your Facebook Groups and Craft the Perfect Facebook Groups Strategy:
- Find the perfect Facebook Groups for you and your blog or business. If your blog is about construction, but you are in a beauty blogging group, that isn’t exactly the best one for you.>>> Check out these 10 Killer Facebook Groups to Grow Your Blog <<<Use the groups in the above link, but also seek out groups that are in the target segment of your blog or business. Facebook groups work best when everyone is on a similar playing field and the theme of your blog can resonate with them.
- Choose 2-3 posts to focus on for the day. If you have a new blog post, that is a no-brainer, but don’t neglect older blog posts that still provide relevant information or can help you mention a product that may make a buck or two. Stumbles on old blog posts are great ways to reinvigorate an old post and get eyeballs on your content. Write down the URLs for the posts that you wish to promote for the day so they are easily accessible.
- Participate in 10 feeds. I say 10 like it’s a magic number – really, it isn’t. However, I have found through months of participating in Facebook Groups that 10 seems to work great for me. I can knock out some of the feeds the same day and finish the rest in the morning. It’s not too many, but it’s not too little that I don’t see an immediate impact in the numbers on my website.
- Download our FREE Printable Facebook Groups Planner. It’s simple to use and provides you with ample space to accurately track what you have already added content to and the rules of that particular group and thread. Trust us – the last thing you want to do is lose your spot in a group because you forgot to like the main thread image!Download the Free Printable Facebook Groups Planner
- Participate in each group thread that you choose as you fill out the planner. Vary your posts (as chosen in Step 2), especially within the same groups so that you get ample visibility for your blog throughout the day. SAVE (and this is Important!) each Facebook Groups thread that you participate in your Saved Facebook Links so that you can go back to them and complete after the threads have closed.
- Complete the threads and ‘Unsave’ each Facebook Groups Thread as you complete them. Remember to color in the flower to indicate you completed the thread on your Free Printable Facebook Groups Planner.
>>> Download the Free Printable Facebook Groups Planner <<<
Have anything to add? What is Facebook Groups Strategy for completing the threads and staying sane at the same time?
Really great tips od how to keep track of all the threads you are joining. Those who tends to “forget” should read this post! I love these threads but I equally so tires of people not playing by the rules or leave not worthy comments….and I thought we are doing this to help each other. Sign.
I’ve definitely been feeling overwhelmed by the volumes of facebook groups I have joined. Thank you for the tips!
Great tips and love the printables. Great way to stay organized!
Thanks for these juicy juicy tips! I’m going for your download – will sure come in handy to grow my blog. Thanks so much for putting this together!
Great tips. I will start implementing some of these.
So, how many times per week do you do this? Just choose, say, Monday to share your stuff, or multiple days?
I participate 5 out of 7 days per week. You want to cycle your posts – totally introduce the new ones, but also drive traffic back to your old posts and pins.
Such a great idea with the planner! Much better than my notebook! Haha
Awesome tips on the FB groups. It is a lot of work mansgung them, but so worth it.
I’m new to the world of blogging and have found myself wondering how much is “too much” when it comes to Facebook groups. This is super helpful, and I am glad you threw out the number 10 because I’m only using 3-4 now. It gives me somewhere to aim!