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Join and post in Facebook groups

A Facebook group is a great place to place your ads for free or to connect with others in your niche. There are literally thousands of groups to join. So it's just about finding those that are right for your niche.

To join a Facebook group, you need a Facebook profile. If you're one without a Facebook profile, enter Facebook in the address bar of your browser and you'll be redirected to a page where you can sign up for a Facebook profile. And to inform you, Facebook has NO affiliate programs or affiliate links, so you can not offer Facebook for financial gain.

If you already have a Facebook profile, you must do the following:

Go to your Facebook profile while you're on your wall, click on the link on the left labeled "Groups," type your niche in the search bar at the top, or click on the "Manage Group" button below the down arrow right from your Facebook profile.

No matter what engagement you have in the Facebook groups, all of your friend's notifications show you if they're in those groups as well. Granted, they did not disable group notifications.

As I tried to demonstrate above, there are:

3 ways to find and post groups:

Step 1) Walk to the left of your Facebook page while you're in your message wall (the wall where your friends post updates). Scroll down until you find "Browse". Below that should be a link labeled "Groups".

Step 2) Enter your niche keywords in the Facebook search box, eg. Internet marketing, online money making, MLM, work from home, etc.

Step 3) Go to the small down arrow on the top right and click on it, then a list should appear. Scroll down until you see "Manage Groups" and click on this link.

I have to tell you that Facebook limits the number of groups you can join in one day. I would stick to 10-15 groups a day, just to be sure. I'm not sure what their limit is, but it can be around 50 … I think, but like I said, I'm not sure to stay on the safe side, just follow my suggestion for 10-15 Groups.

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