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How to Find Groups on Facebook that Can Help You Grow Your Business


Many people use Facebook for their business. Posting status updates, funny quotes, and sales information can keep your followers updated on your business and grow your page.  However, there is another way to use Facebook to grow your business that you may not have thought about.

Using Facebook Groups

Facebook groups are relatively new, and every day more groups are added.  Finding groups that pertain to your field of business can be a smart career move.

Once a member of a group, you can share business strategies, tips, and success stories.  Often, some members of the group will share jobs that they know of but can't personally take themselves.  In addition, you can form friendships with some of the members and help promote one another's businesses.

How to Find Facebook Groups

When you're looking for the first group, simply search under a keyword.  For instance, if you're a virtual assistant, in the search bar, simply type "virtual assistant."  Some suggestions will come up, and you'll also have the option to "find all groups named virtual assistant."  Join the ones that interest you.

If you get too many results, you can use the sidebar box that says "refine this search" to limit your search by membership type, privacy, name, and what the group is about. 

If a group is a closed group, you'll need to request entry.  The moderator may contact you and ask you a few questions to make sure you legitimately work in this field.  A closed group is often the best one to join because there are often fewer spammers than in an open group.  When you ask questions and leave comments in a closed group, they do not show up on your regular Facebook stream. 

After you've joined a few groups, keep an eye on the ads in Facebook on your sidebar.  Usually, Facebook will advertise similar groups, which is a great way to find new groups to join.

Once you find several groups, you'll be able to make connections and grow your business even further with the help of your Facebook peers.

Have you joined a Facebook group before?  What was your experience?

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Linsey Knerl (the "1099 Mom") is a professional blogger, public speaker, consultant, and mom of 6!
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