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How To Get Attract Facebook Groups Traffic Into Your website

Getting social media traffic from Facebook to your website is actually not as hard as it may seem.
The key to getting Facebook groups traffic is to plan out what to do before you share your content.
To that end, these tips should help you.
Many people post in Facebook groups without any real method behind what they do.
At the end of the article post, you will be clear on what to do (and what not to do).
We will go through on how you can navigate Facebook Groups and Pull some traffic?

Why Focus On Facebook Groups Traffic?

Facebook groups are an excellent way to drive traffic to your blog for 3 reasons.
FB Groups consist of people who share your interests.
Many of the people may be promoting their own offers but very few are offering real value to members. 
This allows you to come in and establish yourself as an expert in your niche and identify the problems that people may be having.
One of the best ways 'other than celebrity' to drive traffic from any social media platform to your blog is by being what's called “authority in your niche.”

Identify Facebook Groups Worth Joining
Not every Facebook group in your niche will be worth your time to join.
What you’ll want to do is search for specific keywords related to your niche. 
If you’re a blogger, for instance, search for keywords like ‘blogging’, ‘Freelancer ‘online entrepreneur’ and ‘social media marketing’.
If you’re a foodie, search for keywords like ‘recipes’, ‘cooking’, ‘chefs’, ‘food’, and 'hotel or restaurant’. 
If you’re a DIY craftswoman, search for keywords like ‘arts and crafts’, ‘handmade crafts’, ‘DIY ideas’, and ‘DIY projects’. The same goes for cloths, commodities etc...

Analyzing FB Groups More Closely
You will want to sort through the Facebook groups by analyzing the number of members in the group.
A recommended minimum is 5k members, but a lot depends on the group’s rules and level of activity. 
If the Facebook group is public, it’s possible to gauge this before joining.
If not, right after you join the group, analyze its level of activity, the engagement between members, and the number of posts per day.
Find groups that encourage conversation, but that also allow blog post and/or lead magnet promotions.
Read the Facebook group rules to find out what is and what isn’t encouraged.
Avoid groups that forbid any sort of promotion, since this won’t help you drive traffic to your site.
Groups with specific daily threads are ideal, since these direct your comments, and make it easier to interact with the other group members.
Once you’re added to a new group, create a spreadsheet based on what day of the week they offer promotional threads.

How To Drive Facebook Group Traffic To Your Website Faster?
How To Drive Facebook Group traffic faster?
Two words: Consistency and volume.
Post in your groups multiple times a day, either to promote your lead magnets or your blog posts.
Also, you will want to answer questions, promote your social media channels, or to promote something else.
It's best to post 3 different things at 3 different times per Facebook group, per day.
If you only post once a day, say at 10am GST, and someone logs into the group at 5pm. 
then your comment will be lost among other comments, and won't be seen.
When posting multiple times a day in the same promo thread, or directly on the Facebook group’s timeline is the only way to drive traffic.
just make sure you delete your first comment when posting the second and that you delete the second comment when you post the third, and so on and so forth.
This will ensure that you don’t become a spammer, and get banned from the group.
Play around with different times until you see what gets you the best results.
As a rule of thumb, try to post something before noon, something mid-afternoon, and something closer towards the evening.

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How To “Stand Out” In Facebook Groups
Even if you’re posting 3 different things per day per Facebook group, you need your comment to stand out from the crowd.
Most people think about their promotional caption without planning it in advance and just post a link to the blog post and/or lead magnet.
I’d advise NOT doing that.
Well, why this decision? Because, Facebook doesn’t allow you to post the same caption over and over again.
So, for each blog post and lead magnet that you create, write 2-3 captions in advance.
Start off with a question that targets a struggle your target audience wishes to solve, 
and then offer your blog post or lead magnet as a solution.
When promoting, mix and match the captions that you use so that Facebook doesn’t mark you as a spammer.
Instead of having the small thumbnail of your blog post or lead magnet automatically pop up in your comment, create a separate image to promote your offers.
One option to consider: The 800 pixels X 800 pixels.‘Square Social Media Graphic’ option in Canva.
This will allow for your comments to take up more space on the screen.
In turn, this helps it stand out.

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Timing Your Posts
Plan out on Friday afternoon at what time, and what blog post and lead magnets, that you’ll be promoting Monday to Friday of the following week. Saturdays and sundays are to be given special attention!!! Also plan on promotion allowed days to give same attention.
When that day and time come around, open in different tabs all the Facebook groups that allow promotions on that day.
Then you will want to locate the promo thread, and then post your comment using the guidelines or that particular group.