Top 9 Facebook Groups for Female Entrepreneurs

Facebook Groups for Female Entrepreneurs

Facebook has just announced that they are now allowing pages to join and network in groups. This makes marketing your business via Facebook groups a more powerful option than ever before. Whether you choose to network in groups as an individual, or as your business, Facebook groups are a great way to reach a wider audience, make valuable connections and learn loads from other female entrepreneurs.

There are thousands of Facebook groups out there, so if you’re just getting started it can be tricky to know which will add value at the early stages. Read on to discover my top 10 Facebook groups to join for female entrepreneurs and lifestyle business owners…

1. The Lit up & Loaded Entrepreneur

The Lit up & Loaded Entrepreneur

This is a great group for female entrepreneurs who are just starting their entrepreneurial journey. With 7,000+ members, on an average day there’s about 70 new posts to get through. While this might sound like a lot, and like being an active member of the group might take up a lot of time, this is a valuable group to be part of, and you can read the posts that relate to you and engage with just ten minutes input a day.

The members mostly talk about business strategy, offering support and advice to one another. In addition, the group hosts a love monthly coaching session.

Join the group here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/litupandloadedentrepreneur/

 

2. Goal Digger Podcast Insiders

Goal Digger Podcast Insiders

If you’re yet to listen to the Goal Digger podcast by Jenna Kutchermake a mental note to download an episode this evening! The Goal Digger Podcast Insiders group has an amazing 31,000+ members and is growing daily. Members can post freely in the group, although this is a ‘no promo’ group, so avoid posting links and promoting your content and your services.

The group presents a great opportunity to gain some valuable advice when it comes to marketing your business, and is also a great way to network and make valuable connections.

Join the group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/

 

3. #VibeTribe – Social Media Marketing for the Online Entrepreneur

#VibeTribe

This is the ideal group if you’re looking to master social media. #VibeTribe has 4,000+ members, and the group presents an opportunity to gain loads of insight and tips to up your social media game. The focus of the group is to expand your reach and target your dream customer, and in turn expand your bottom line.

Request to join #VibeTribe here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/1435852003208517/

 

4. Societygal – A Community for Creative Entrepreneurs

SocietyGal

At the point of writing this blog post, Societygal has almost reached 10,000 members. While Societygal is great for networking and gainingcreative ideas and advice, it’s also a great group to promote your new offerings and blog content, as well as search for people you’d like to work with that can add value to your business.

Apply to join Societygal here:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/societygal/?ref=group_browse_new

 

5. Lifestyle Marketing Hub – For Biz Owners, Girl Bosses and Entrepreneurs

Lifestyle Marketing Hub

Of course I had to pop the LMH group on the list! The Lifestyle Marketing Hub group provides a great space to connect with like-minded business owners, grow your social following, extend your reach and gain valuable marketing tips, ideas and inspiration daily.

With opportunities to share your social profiles and your latest projects to request feedback and grow your audience, this is the perfect group if you run or are launching a lifestyle focused business or blog.

Join Lifestyle Marketing Hub here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/lifestylemarketinghub/

 

6. She Means BusinessBook

She Means Business

This is the free members’ group by Carrie Green, founder of The Female Entrepreneur Associationand author of She Means Business. Carrie also has another group, which is part of her members’ club. I have been a member of both groups, and while the paid group presents more opportunities, the free group is also a great place to start if you’re not ready to take the plunge and sign up for the membership yet.

The group has 27,000+ members and is a great place to connect with like-minded female entrepreneurs and gain great business advice.

Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shemeansbusinessbook/

 

7. Think Creative Collective

Think Creative Collective

With 24,000+ members, this group has quite strict rules, so it’s important that you become aware of them to ensure you make the most of the community. Think Creative Collective is the perfect place to gain some encouragement and support during your entrepreneurial journey. The group encourages members to share their own success stories, tips and advice, and also to ask questions when you need some support. This is a great group for solopreneurs who are figuring things out on their own.

Apply to join Think Creative Collective here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/thinkcreativecollective/

 

8.The International Entrepreneur

The International Entrepreneur

Created by Sabrina Philipp, The International Entrepreneur has just shy of 20,000 members. The group is designed for the entrepreneur that’s building a profitable international business. Sabrina states that by becoming a member of the group you’ll learn a variety of things, including where to find your ideal client, how to close a sales call and how to scale your business to 6-figures. There are free daily training videos and you’re also given the opportunity to promote your business.

Join The International Entrepreneur here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/intentionalentrepreneurs/

 

9.Blogging Boost

Blogging Boost

This is a great one for lifestyle bloggers, but also for businesses blogging for their brand. Blogging boost enables you to promote your new blog posts and gain more eyes on your posts, more traffic and encourage comments and shares from other members.

Join Blogging Boost here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bloggingboost/

Are there any groups that you have seen success with? Comment and share your favourite groups below…

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