The Best Facebook Strategy That Really Works

Last Update: July 17, 2021

Facebook

This is for those of you who are promoting your business on Facebook, you will have more success with this strategy than your personal page or even a business page?

Facebook Groups

Groups are your best strategy for the most exposure, but you must be doing it correctly for it to work? Members in the past have tried this with some success, but there is a way to receive even more success working together instead of alone?

Why Groups Had Less Success?

What happened in the past too many members started their own groups, so actually, they were competing against one another? They would invite members of this community, and the members would join their groups. The problem was there were too many groups for the members to be active in them all, so this actually hurt all the groups.

Work Together Instead Of Alone

Now if this community would get together and join just one group, you all could be active and get more exposure on Facebook? Imagine how active a group would be with all the members able to participate in just one group, now how to have a successful group is next?

Wealthy Affiliate Group

If a group of members would form a group everyone will experience more traffic and sales, so here is the formula for a successful group on Facebook?

  • Members post their blog posts on the group as they publish them
  • Comment on a few posts while you are there
  • Like & share some posts
  • Mention other members in the group

The more members you have in a group doing these simple things is the most powerful strategy on Facebook, but in the past, too many members have started groups that split up this community. If the entire community is a member of the same group imagine the possibilities, so this really is your best strategy that really will work.

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GeoffreyC1 Premium
Certainly sounds good especially if everyone in different niche.
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Jeff118 Premium
Thank you,
With people from all niches, it rates well with Facebook, and the more people posting and participating the quicker the success.

With it being a blogging community group, many niches actually are a plus for the group.

Once the group is set up, you will find if the members are dedicated the group actually operates on autopilot

Jeff
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Newme202 Premium
Absolutely brilliant idea Jeff
Thank you for sharing
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Jeff118 Premium
Thank you,
I learned this from my own Facebook group for bloggers in the past, and it would be amazing for a blogging community like this.

Jeff
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Newme202 Premium
Awesome :)
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Jeff118 Premium
Yes, it would be awesome and provide more exposure for everyone on Facebook
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Feochadan Premium Plus
I think it’s a great idea
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Jeff118 Premium
Thank you,
I promise you it is the best strategy to get the most exposure on Facebook

Jeff
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richardgb Premium
Hi Jeff. I think I understand your point.
My experience though of FB groups is that they are full of spam.
A limited amount of self-promotion is OK but as an FB group member, I found spam to be overwhelming.
Is there an obvious way to control this?
:-)
Richard
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Jeff118 Premium
Hello, Richard
Most groups don't moderate their posts, so that is why so much spam ends up on the group. This hurts the group, and most will not see the success they could have.

I always moderated any posts that I had to accept before they went live on my group, and with this group, you could make it a private group since it is only for Wealthy Affiliate members.

Those are the two most effective methods to prevent spam, I never had any spam because I disapproved of any posts with affiliate links.

You only want the members to post their blog posts never affiliate links, so this way all the posts are high ranking to Facebook especially the more activity the group has from the members

Jeff
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Senanelo2 Premium
Thank you for sharing
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Senanelo2 Premium
It is really a good idea.
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Jeff118 Premium
Happy to throw this out to the community
Jeff
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Jeff118 Premium
It really does work if you have enough dedicated members to stay active regularly, and that is the reason the big name companies have groups on Facebook

Jeff
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