Here at Social Report, we LOVE Facebook groups. Not only are they a great way to build a community around your brand (which can help you market your products/services), but you can use them to learn about pretty much anything under the sun—including digital marketing.
But we get it: you've probably joined a few marketing Facebook groups in the past and were quickly bombarded with spammy posts that don't provide any real value (we're looking at you, Instagram follower sellers).
Don't worry though, there are still plenty of awesome marketing Facebook groups out there—you just need to know where to look. And before you spend hours looking through lackluster groups in search of "the one", check out our list of the 11 Facebook groups that every digital marketer should join today.
We've vetted each of these marketing Facebook groups to ensure that they provide high-quality insights, are 100% spam-free, and regularly encourage awesome marketing discussions. Further, we've included groups in different marketing niches—for example, SaaS marketing, social media marketing, copywriting, and more.
Let's get started!
1. Social Media Marketers Union Powered by Social Report
The Social Media Marketers Union is Social Report's in-house Facebook group for all things social media marketing.
We recently revived the group and are constantly posting marketing insights and facilitating discussions amongst our audience of agency owners and in-house marketers. Oh, and members get early access to exclusive Social Report product news too!
Currently, our group is strictly related to social media marketing. So bring your social media marketing questions and insights, and get ready to discuss them with our group of talented marketers.
2. Digital Marketing Question & Answers
Digital Marketing Question & Answers is exactly what the name suggests: it's a Q&A-focused group for digital marketers.
Bring your questions to this group, and you'll get answers from expert marketers from both in-house and agency teams. We've seen questions on everything from Facebook page takedowns to paid search marketing, so don't hold back on your questions.
Even better, the group's admin—Sorav Jain—frequently posts his own thoughts and blog posts in the group too. This keeps the group's content fresh and will give you your daily dose of valuable marketing insights, so keep an eye out for his posts.
Check out our full Digital Marketing Questions & Answers groups spotlight.
3. Digital Marketing Strategies For Entrepreneurs
Digital marketing specialist Hernan Vazquez recently started the Digital Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs group, and it's a total gem. The group focuses strongly on social selling, marketing funnels, and Facebook ads.
One of our favorite parts of the group is its weekly Q&A events. During these events, Vazquez hosts a Facebook Live stream where he answers audience questions in real-time, so prepare your questions beforehand, and you'll undoubtedly walk away with a handful of new marketing tips and tricks.
4. SaaS Growth Hacks
SaaS marketing Facebook groups have a special place in our heart. After all, we're a company full of SaaS marketers, and we're always looking to improve our skillsets to better market Social Report.
Because of this, we constantly find ourselves going back to the SaaS Growth Hacks Facebook group. This SaaS-focused groups was originally created for CEOs and founders of SaaS companies, but is a great place for marketing managers, CMOs, and other SaaS employees to find inspiration too.
Because of this broad audience, the group's content is equal parts SaaS business growth and marketing techniques. This makes the group especially valuable for those new to working in the SaaS space as it will expose you to new nearly every aspect of SaaS life.
5. SaaS Products & Marketing
SaaS Products & Marketing is another great group for SaaS marketers. However—unlike the last example—SaaS Products & Marketing is a 5,500+ member group that's solely focused on helping SaaS marketers grow in their careers.
With that in mind, personal development takes center stage in the group. There are a handful of regularly posted threads that help connect SaaS marketers to new positions, guest posting opportunities, and cheap or free courses that can help push their careers forward.
Plus, the group still has an open, Q&A format outside of its personal development posts. This means that you can ask just about any SaaS marketing related question, and get answers from other likeminded marketers with valuable opinions.
6. The Daily Carnage
The Daily Carnage is an up-and-coming marketing Facebook group that shares the latest in digital marketing news, opinion, and insights. The group's admins curate awesome articles from around the web, and post them right to the group for your reading pleasure—think of it like your marketing RSS feed on autopilot.
In the comments of each of these articles, you'll find a ton of awesome discussion and analysis. And since the group has a super light-hearted vibe, you may even find a bit of humor in the comments too. We're huge fans.
7. Word Workers
Word Workers is a group dedicated to copywriters, content strategists, social media managers, and virtually anyone else that writes for a living. In this group, marketers and other writers can share their best writing tips, ask for advice, and engage in other banter related to the art of writing.
Oh, and since the group is open to anyone that writes for a living, there's a ton of interesting content in the group that you won't see in other marketing groups. For example, it's always refreshing to see a fiction novelist help a SaaS blog writer with their blog post's readability.
8. Chatbots 101: How to Build an Online Business with Messenger Marketing
Right now, Chatbots are undoubtedly one of the hottest topics in the marketing world. So if you find yourself intrigued by the topic, make sure you join Chatbots 101—they're the premier group for building, deploying, and marketing with chatbots.
In this group, you'll find a ton of amazing resources, training sessions, and discussions that can help you build a highly-converting chatbot for your business or a client. These discussions are largely lead by the group's team of moderators (who each have years of experience in the space), so you can learn from the best.
9. CXL - Conversion Optimization, Analytics & Growth
CXL is a Facebook group dedicated to helping marketers make their ads, landing pages, and other resources convert faster and more frequently. In other words: the group wants to teach you how to make more money—and who doesn't love that!?
The group's management takes a largely conversational approach; it's an open forum for questions, and moderators only step in to provide insights. This means there's a ton of diverse content in the group, with topics ranging from landing page UI questions to marketing copywriting talk.
10. Marketing Systems For Entrepreneurs
Marketing Systems for Entrepreneurs has long been one of our favorite Facebook groups. It largely focuses on helping digital marketing freelancers and entrepreneurs grow their hustles, and everyone from beginners to experts are welcome.
Most of the group's posts are published by its founder, Phillip Gillins. He's a successful digital marketing entrepreneur himself, and he doesn't shy away from sharing some of his secrets with the audience.
For example, Gillins frequently shares how he wrangles in new clients and discusses different services that freelancers can offer to make the most money. So if you're just starting out in the space, you can't afford not to join this group.
11. Digital Marketing Hub
Digital Marketing Hub is branded as a "digital marketing learning hub" by its creators, and trust us: the name doesn't lie.
In this group, you'll find a ton of daily posts of marketers helping fellow marketers. And since there's no set figurehead, all group members are all treated as equals, giving you a broad range of insights and tips that you won't find anywhere else.
Unlike other groups on this list, there's no set marketing niche or focus in this group. This makes the group especially useful for marketing generalists that are handling multiple aspects of marketing strategy and have a burning question.
Oh, and don't worry about spam: Digital Marketing Hub's moderation team is vigilant and near instantly removes any kind of unwanted promotions or other spammy messages. Huge props to them!
In this article, we walked you through the 11 best marketing Facebook groups. Each of these groups share amazing content, facilitate discussion, and will ultimately help make you a better marketer.
Now we want to hear from you. What are your favorite marketing Facebook groups? Which provide the best value for your marketing career? Let us know in a comment below—we're super excited to hear from you.
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