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21 Best Facebook Groups For Internet Marketing And Blog Traffic

21 Best Facebook Groups For Internet Marketing And Blog Traffic

Not only am I going to give you the 21 best Facebook groups for internet marketing, but I’m also going to show you how to get a ton of traffic for any type of niche. On top of that, you’re going to:

  • Get your FREE Facebook group scheduling tool
  • Learn how to do CORRECT Facebook marketing
  • Discover how to CREATE your very own Facebook Group

Before we get into all that, lets learn what is a Facebook Group and how to find them.

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What are Facebook Groups?

Best Facebook Groups

A Facebook group is a community of people on Facebook that discuss and share content about a particular niche. Some FB groups are closed, some are public and some are secret.

A closed FB group and your activity on it is only visible to the people in that group. Nothing you post on a private group will be seen by  your Facebook friends, unless they are in the same group.

A public group on the other hand, is  visible to your friends if you’re active on it.

A secret FB group can’t be found on Facebook’s search engine. The only way to get invited to a secret group is if an existing member invites you. Nothing you post in a secret group will ever show up on feed or timeline.

These groups are an excellent way to build a reputation around your niche. A lot of them allow you to post links to your content if it provides value to the group.

When marketing to Facebook groups, you should never just promote your content. Always help and provide real value to the members of your group, promotion should be a secondary goal.

How to find Facebook Groups?

Find Facebook groups is easy. Also, you can find FB groups for just about any niche. This is how it’s done:

First, type in your niche keyword into the Facebook search bar.

Second, select “Groups” and click on the ones you’re interested in. There are 4 things you want to look at:

  • Group Name: this is a quick way to see if it’s relevant to your niche.
  • Closed or Public: if you don’t want your friends or family to see your promotions then you’re going to stick with closed groups.
  • Number of Members: groups with lots of members is not necessarily a good thing. You want a group with engaged members, to find that out, you need to join.
  • Description: this is the most important thing you need to look at! This lets you know what the group is about, but more importantly, it lets you know what you can and can’t do in the group.

Third, click “Join”, some groups will grant you automatic access and some require a review process.

Like I said, you can find FB groups for just about any niche, from weight loss to dog care, it’s all there.

10 Ways To Succeed With Facebook Group Traffic

There is a subtle art to Facebook marketing, follow these 10 tips and tricks to get the traffic and reputation you want.

1 Read those group descriptions

It is crucial that you read and understand the rules and requirements needed for each and every group you join. The description also lets you know what the group is about and what it’s trying to achieve.

I find that each group has it’s own culture and subtext, the description will be your first glimpse of that.

2 Introduce yourself and the value you bring

After reading the description, you need to introduce yourself, what you do and how you’ll contribute to the group. Focus on the value you provide and explain the parts you’re having trouble with.

If the group allows it, drop a link to your ‘about page‘ so that the community can learn more about you.

3 Be a member of habit

Don’t just be a member, be a member of habit! That means, you should habitually go to the various groups you belong to, answer questions, if you have the answers. Ask questions if you have no answers to provide. Whatever it is, engage with the community on a daily basis.

Extra Tip: I created a link on my browser’s bookmark bar that opens up directly on the groups I belong to. Instead of starting with I first land on “” this way I can interact with some groups before I head to my timeline.

4 Bring the conversation to your promotion

This is a huge tip. On promotion days, when some one ‘likes’ or replies to your promo first thank them and ask them what type of content they create. Make sure you ‘mention’ them in the reply.

They will more than likely reply back. Keep the conversation going. This will increase your reply and ‘like’ count thus driving more traffic to your promo.

5 Share lead magnets wrapped in content

You’re not driving traffic to your niche blog just for the sake of it. You’re driving traffic to your site because you want them to subscribe and enter your email funnel. Make sure whatever you promote has at least three points of entry (optin forms) to your email list.

Extra Tip: To get people to subscribe to your email list, you’ll need an amazing lead magnet. Here is guide on how to come up with an irresistible lead magnet.

6 Keep on eye on notifications

Facebook is not very good at filtering the notifications you really care about. That being said, you need to keep on eye on replies,’likes’ and mentions. To do this, you should drop an emoji of some sort at the beginning of your important posts. This does two things:

  • It makes it easy to spot in your notifications.
  • It brings attention to your post.

Like I said, you need to keep an eye on your notifications so that you can reply back and get a conversation going. This does three important things:

  • Helps build relationships and networks
  • Brings attention to your name and content
  • Builds your reputation in the Facebook group

8 Get in on the conversation

Start talking right now! If you belong to a group then you need to be a common face in that community. Help people out or get questions answered by other members.

Extra Tip: Mention by name the people you’re talking to, this improves your reply rate and gets people mentioning you.

9 Understand your worth

When you enter a niche specific Facebook group, you should see yourself as a person of value. I’m assuming, you know a lot about the topic at hand, and you can help the members of that community in ways others can’t.

If you play by the rules within that group but for some reason you receive negative push back then leave. Remember, your time is your most precious commodity. It’s that group’s loss, not yours.

10 Encourage other forms of sharing

A Facebook group is just one lily pad in a pond filled with other social media networks. Promote other people’s content on other sites like Tailwind, Pinterest or Twitter. Let them know you shared their content and they’ll feel the need to reciprocate.

Follow these simple tips and you’ll get niche targeted traffic to your blog in no time. Also, try to think out side the box when promoting your content, but stay within the the rules.

Before you start promoting your content and social media accounts on the best Facebook groups around, remember to contribute and help out whenever you can! Don’t just join for the sake of promoting, you’re going to do harm to your blog and your reputation.

1. Internet Marketing Gym (promo: Tues. & Thurs.) Focus: blog traffic, email marketing and product creation.

2. Profit Copilot (promo: varies) Focus: paid traffic, sales copy and conversions.

3. Become a Social Media Manager (promo: varies) Focus: turning social media into a viable online income.

4. The Badass Solopreneur Society (promo: Wed.) Focus: being a one-man or one-woman entrepreneur.

5. Entrepreneurs Getting Sh*t Done  (promo: Sat.) Focus: entrepreneurs reaching goals.

6. Creative Ninja Nation  (promo: Tues. Fri. & Sat.) Focus: blog traffic and online income.

7. Adventures in Blogging (promo: Wed.) Focus: bloggers growing their audience.

8. Grow Your Blog (promo: varies) Focus: blog traffic and content engagement.

9. Smart Passive Income Community (promo: Fri.) Focus: creating a sustainable passive income online.

10. Blogs That Sell (promo: Fri. Sat. & Mon.) Focus: getting traffic to your blog and converting that traffic.

11. Screw the Nine to Five Community (promo: Thurs.) Focus: escaping your 9 to 5 by creating a sustainable passive income.

12. Freedom Hacker’s Mastermind (promo: varies) Focus: creating a sustainable passive income online.

13. Private Mastermind Group (promo: none) Focus: finding and profiting with niche blogs.

14. Blog + Biz BFFs (promo: Thurs) Focus: creating a passive income through your passion online.

15. For Love + Money with Caitlin Bacher (promo: none) Focus: creating a business around social media and Facebook groups.

16. Blogging Newbs (promo: Tues.) Focus: helps newbie bloggers learn the ins-&-outs of online marketing.

17. Freelance To Freedom Project Community (promo: Fri.) Focus: creating an online business to replace your day job.

18. Being Boss (promo: varies) Focus: becoming your own boss through your online business.

19. Blogging Boost (promo: Mon.) Focus: sharing content to help other bloggers grow.

20. Bloggers Mastermind (promo: Thurs) Focus: helping newbie bloggers with their online business.

21. Blogging With a Smile (promo: Sun, Mon, Tues, Fri And Sat) Focus: helping bloggers in all niches gather more followers and visitors.

There you have it, 21 of the best Facebook groups for internet marketing. Now that you have all of this information, how do you organize it into a solid traffic plan? Well, I got you covered there too.

Free Facebook Group Scheduler

Facebook Promotion Free Tool

This free Google chrome extension is a game changer. Not only will it organize your groups and get you niche targeted blog traffic, but it will also save you buckets of time.

Create Your Own Facebook Group

I admit I’ve neglected my Facebook group. I created it and I didn’t promote it very much. I see now the errors of my ways…

As a member and administrator of other people’s Facebook groups I can clearly see it’s a great way to get in touch with my audience. My email subscribers can benefit a lot from a Facebook group. It’s another way to provide value.

It’s super easy to create a group:

  • First, go to your Facebook then go to the ‘groups’ section.
  • After that, click on ‘create group’.
  • Follow the prompts, that’s it.

What to name your Facebook Group?

Don’t over think it. You can name it after your niche blog. Just make sure the name conveys what your group is about in four words or less.

Set Your Group’s Privacy

You should opt for a closed group, simply because your community might not want to mix their group interests with their personal lives.

Deliver Value To Your members

There are many ways to deliver value via a Facebook group. You can have:

  • weekly Facebook live webinars
  • contests
  • surveys
  • giveaways
  • exclusive tutorials

The type of value you deliver in your Facebook group really depends on the niche you’re in.

The Best Facebook Groups And Then Some…

You have everything you need to get targeted niche traffic from Facebook groups to your site. Using the free Facebook group promo scheduler, you can now easily and quickly promote your content to a variety of groups.

Remember to respect each group and abide by their rules. Always, take part in the conversation and provide real value. If you do these things, you’ll surely build a solid reputation in no time. You’ll be seen as an authority in your niche. First, the traffic will trickle in, then it’s going to hit your site in waves.

Important: don’t forget to claim your Free FB Group Scheduling Promo Tool and your Free Pinterest Keyword Finder right here…

If you have any questions about the free tool or any of the Facebook marketing tips and tricks, please leave them in the comment’s section below.

On – 18 Jun, 2017 By Ike Paz

Basics of Video Marketing on the Internet – JOSIC

Basics of Video Marketing on the Internet – JOSIC

Video Marketing is very cheap as compared to other forms of advertisement. It can also be said that one video can be equal to many other forms of promoting. This marketing technique can also be very cost effective and useful in driving more and more customers. And with the way video marketing is exploding, the day is not far when it will become the most powerful way of online marketing. You may not believe it but majority of the clients prefer to watch a video about the company rather than reading about the same company. Video marketing is becoming a large online marketing system. Several businesses nowdays are using video to reach out to their customers or clients. It is the mostought after thing in internet marketing today and websites like YouTube and Google videos are providing the options for uploading your video so that it can be viewed by a large number of people over the internet.

But creating a video not only will not make sure that your job is done as videos will not help you increase your page rank on Google as it’s a viral and relays majorly on community submission and social tags. Only a video commercial will not help in increasing your search rank. But it can certainly increase your clientele as many people prefer watching then reading. In a recent survey it was found out that people prefer entertainment while learning and that is what videos do they entertain people while they get to know about your business. Sites like YouTube can provide a great marketing campaign and at present you can gain effectively from these marketing campaigns online.

A Majority of the people are still not using video marketing and are not comfortable with this marketing technique. It’s a wide open area to be taken to boost your business through video marketing. In the future, it certainly will be the mostly used marketing tool, so why not get you ahead of time and get maximum benefits from video marketing technique today. Companies that want to reach masses would prefer this technique sooner or later as video marketing is effective and efficient.

Source by Daisy Rockwell

On – 19 Jun, 2017 By JOSIC Media

Marketing and PR secrets of the internet — he’s teaching them | USC News

Marketing and PR secrets of the internet — he’s teaching them | USC News


Robert Kozinets

The clues are all over the internet.

What you had for lunch. What you just bought. What you want to see on Netflix.

This is the raw material for marketing and public relations experts who want to identify the Next Big Thing. But with seemingly infinite pieces of data out there in the digital universe, what are the best ways to analyze it — ways that could provide accurate trends in human behavior and even hint at the future?

Enter netnography, a fusion of ethnography and the internet. It’s a research method developed and named by Robert Kozinets, Hufschmid Professor of Strategic Public Relations and Business Communications at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. And at long last, Kozinets recently offered USC students a chance to dive into the process, which could help them in their quest to become the next generation of public relations and marketing gurus.

As Kozinets explained it, netnography — a subset of digital anthropology — is a systematic, ethical approach to following the millions of breadcrumbs scattered across social media. Marketing researchers and strategic public relations experts have used elements of the approach for more than a decade.

It’s how Nivea identified the next big thing in deodorants — a product that leaves no chalky trace on your shirt. When L’Oréal wanted to know why Chinese Canadian consumers were “over-indexing” — buying and spending a lot more than the average Canadian — they hired Kozinets to investigate. His ethnographic interviews with Toronto- and Vancouver-area women probed the beauty principles and social codes that explain the pattern.

This spring, 11 USC Annenberg master’s students and 41 students at the USC Marshall School of Business, where Kozinets holds a joint appointment, took netnography courses at USC directly from the man who named it. Although netnography is widely used in classroom exercises, this is thought to be the first time anyone taught courses exclusively devoted to the powerful social media research method.

Among the projects by the recently graduated students:

• Amy Li studied how Chinese telecom giant Huawei could better leverage social media to break into the U.S. market. Fifteen weeks of online scouting, data collection, coding and analysis and in-depth interviews had revealed two important subcultures. Li calls them die-hards and switchers. The former are passionate about their Huawei phones, but mostly quiet on social media; the latter are loud but fickle. If Huawei could mobilize these two audiences as brand ambassadors, the impact might be big.

At the start of the class, Li landed a job with the company’s international marketing department of the company, where she’ll put her insights to use.

• Amy Chiu uncovered an intriguing subculture of people using the Hulu streaming service as a “synthetic companion” to provide background noise while they work or sleep, or a familiar voice while they do mindless chores. They “listen to” rather than “watch” Hulu, repeating episodes they’ve already seen.

“It turned out that Instagram and YouTube were really important for Amy’s project,” Kozinets noted. “People weren’t going on forums and saying: ‘I listen to Hulu in the background.’” Rather, they posted pictures or video with Hulu visible on a screen in the background. With netnography, he explained, “very often you’re looking for a needle in a haystack. Something unusual that might give you an idea of where the mainstream is headed.”

• Ian Hurley MA ’17 looked at social media audience engagement opportunities for REI. The outdoor gear retailer gained attention for its #optoutside campaign to encourage people to go into nature instead of going shopping on Black Friday. It has also run a female empowerment campaign. But more seemed possible. Hurley broke down the social media communities around backpacking, hiking and running into eight experience levels — Alpinists at the top, novices at the bottom and then broke the groups down even more.

More valuable than the specifics of his REI netnography, however, is the appreciation Hurley gained for real-world qualitative research.

“That’s what the class left all of us with: that this is difficult to do. It takes time,” he said. “And it’s important.”

Kozinets will teach netnography again in the spring. Learn more about the class projects, Robert Kozinets and netnography’s origin story on USC Annenberg’s website.

USC’s Alicia Di Rado contributed to this report.

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On – 19 Jun, 2017 By Diane Krieger

Internet Marketing Revealed | Business Online Opportunity

What is Internet Marketing? This type of marketing is some times referred to as On-line marketing, or can also be known as e-marketing. An explanation for this is the marketing of products or services by using the big World Wide Web and that’s it in a nut shell.

People often see marketing as selling, and this can be some times confuse people. Look at it like this, the majority of people who make a living from home, network marketing on the internet are not physically selling anything.

To put it another way, they are actually trying to generate traffic to a product or service so that they gain prospects or email addresses to build up a list of prospects. Whilst you are gathering information, they get lead to a service or product that actual does all of the selling by itself via the sales pages etc.

To do this, is quite simple and it can be done whilst you learn different, new, and improved ways to go about driving traffic to a website, sales page or destination using the up to date ways that some one else who is all ready doing this type of thing, and simply copy them. Having knowledge of the internet and computers is not something that can be over looked here, we are not talking about being a genius and knowing everything about the web, but a basic know how will let you get started and then you just build and build this knowledge whilst developing your business. The best advice I can give is to copy someone who is all ready very successful in the area you are looking to get into. i.e a mentor.

Having the internet has now exploded the work from home business opportunity. In the early days most internet users would generally use the net to search for items or research a topic etc, but now this has been pushed aside and people are seizing the chance to make serious incomes online whether it is their primary income, part time, a hobby or what ever, there is money to be made and plenty of it. After all making money as your own boss and from your own home has got to attract even the cynical of people this world and plant that seed of doubt that maybe they need to open their mind to the potential of making a lot of money is definitely possible

Having said all of this, there is research to be done here and by that I mean, taking time to search the net wisely and not jump into the first opportunity that you come across as there are pitfalls when searching for such products and that is SCAMS.

These are every where unfortunately but to get passed these, you need to do your home work and find out as much as possible on the particular product your interested in to make sure it is what it says it is. Try and get through all of the rubbish and find that one product will take time but it will be worth it. So good luck in finding the right one for you, if you really go for it then you will find that opportunity and then be up with the top earners for years to come

Carl B is a Mentor and Internet Success coach teaching others to make an income online.

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