This May Be The Greatest Facebook Blogging Community Of All Time

This May Be The Greatest Facebook Blogging Community Of All Time

SupaFlyBloggers Facebook Blogging Community

Blogging. Is. Hard.

It’s draining. It’s time-consuming. It’s confusing.

And in many cases… It’s just straight up demoralizing!

But blogging’s only hard because we make it hard.

For some crazy, whack-o reason — We try and do EVERY SINGLE PART OF IT ALONE.

And it sucks.

The web design. The writing. Building traffic. Growing social media.

All of it! All the time. With almost no help or guidance at all…

But to become a successful blogger, you’ve GOT to get help from other people.

People to help you build traffic. People to help you generate ideas. People to give you feedback on your posts. People to help guide you on what works and what doesn’t.

And that’s why finding the perfect online community is CRITICAL to your blogging success.

That is why I’d like to introduce to you…

The Most Amazing Online Blogging Community in the World!

Using Other Bloggers To Help Grow Your Traffic And Authority

First One Hundred Views Is Hard

Getting people to look at a new blog is challenging.

Most bloggers need a healthy social media following or hefty email list to even get their foot in the door.

But what if you don’t have a hefty email list or a large social media following? What options do you have to get others to see your post?

It’s easy…

Just enlist the help of other bloggers!

One of the reasons I love the SupaFlyBloggers Facebook group so much is that you have tons of access to other bloggers in your niche.

At SupaFlyBloggers, we try to make getting your first 100 views a whole lot easier by giving you the opportunity to connect with other bloggers that can help you grow your audience.

By enlisting the help of other bloggers in your niche, you can promote your articles quickly and more efficiently.

And… You don’t have to have a giant email list or crazy social media following to get started!!!

Here’s how it works:

Build more traffic to your blog by participating in laser focused blogging threads

The reason SupaFlyBloggers works so well is because each day we post specific “threads” designed to help you promote your newest blog articles, social media posts, and social media pages to the world at large.

For those of you who participate, you can usually get a substantial amount of eyeballs in just a matter of hours.

Depending on the time or day, bloggers participate in threads designed to:

  • Direct visitors to your site to offer you feedback on how to make your posts more attractive.
  • Leave helpful comments on your blog posts for others to see.
  • Share your blog post links via their social media accounts.
  • Like, share, follow or comment on social media pages or posts for future reading.
  • A variety of other tasks that will benefit you and other bloggers participating in that thread.

And all you have to do to reap these rewards is reciprocate the favor by promoting their blogs or social media accounts as well…

Here’s a post from earlier today designed to help community members get more Retweets on Twitter:

SupaFlyBloggers Facebook Blogging Group Thread Example

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Participating in one of our many Blog building events

When it comes down to it, the main purpose of this community is to get other people to like, love, and trust your blog.

We want to encourage the organic growth of your blog by focusing on 3 main objectives that our daily threads help you achieve…

  • To get other bloggers to share your posts.
  • To get other bloggers to leave comments for others to see.
  • And to get other bloggers to give you constructive feedback so that you can start optimizing your posts for future readers.

Here are the some of the weekly tasks we offer that can help accomplish those goals.

Get more exposure for your article:

We offer: “Share A Blog” – Bloggers are required to share a specified number of posts related to their niche through a social media account and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve shared their post (and the social media platform they used).

Get more comments on your blog:

We offer: “Comment On A Blog” – These threads work a little differently than most threads. Whereas most threads require bloggers to take action on 7 or less other accounts, bloggers in this thread will be required to comment on every post within the thread.

These posts will be created once or twice a day and will be regulated to between 15 – 35 participants per thread.

That means that you will be required to comment on up to 35 posts, but you can expect up to 35 comments on your article as well.

Once completed, participants will reply back to the original poster’s comment in the thread to let them know they’ve commented and are ready for reciprocation.
Get real user feedback to make your post better

We offer: “Give Your Feedback” – Bloggers are required to give constructive feedback on a specified number of posts related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know what feedback they have to give on their post.

Participating in Social Media building events

Social Media Accounts Following

In addition to growing your blog, we offer TONS of different events that encourage natural growth of your Social Media accounts as well!

But we’re not trying to build our blogs in a “spammy” kinda way…

To participate in these threads, you will be asked to “Like”, “Comment”, “Share”, or “Follow” a specified number of pages or posts that are in your niche.

We only want you to participate in the thread if you can actually stand behind your comments!

We’re not trying to run some junky “Like-4-Like” type threads that garner you a few spammy followers that don’t really care what you have to say.

These are real life bloggers who are emphatically encouraged to help build and maintain long-term relationships with you and the other bloggers within the community.

Here’s a recent example of a comment exchange thread we just posted:

Comment Exchange Thread Example

By participating in threads like this, bloggers are strongly encouraged (and enforced) to fulfill the thread requirements in a way that reduces spam.

Not only do we strongly discourage spam, but reported violations will be deleted or banned from our group.

We work hard to keep this group useful.

Spam will not be tolerated…

Grow your Facebook following:

We post weekly events to help you organically grow your Facebook presence.

Want to get more “Likes” on your Facebook page?

We offer: “Like A Facebook Page” – Bloggers are required to “Like” a specified number of pages related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve “Like” their page.

Need more engagement for a particular Facebook post?

We offer: “Like A Facebook Post” – Bloggers are required to “Like” a specified number of posts related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve “Like” their post.

We offer: “Comment On Facebook Post” – Bloggers are required to comment on a specified number of posts related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve commented on their post.

Grow your Twitter following:

We post weekly events to help you organically grow your Twitter presence.

Want to get more “Follows” for your Twitter page?

We offer: “Follow A Twitter Page” – Bloggers are required to “Follow” a specified number of Twitter pages related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve Followed their page.
Need more engagement for a particular Twitter post?

We offer: “Like A Tweet” – Bloggers are required to “Like” a specified number of Tweets related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve “Like” their post.

We offer: “Retweet A Tweet” – Bloggers are required to Retweet a specified number of Tweets related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve Retweeted their tweet.

Grow your Instagram following:

We post weekly events to help you organically grow your Instagram presence.

Want to get more “Follows” on your Instagram page?

We offer: “Follow An Instagram Page” – Bloggers are required to “Follow” a specified number of Instagram pages related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve Followed their page.

Want to get more Engagement on your Instagram posts?

We offer: “Like An Instagram Post” – Bloggers are required to “Like” a specified number of Instagram posts related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve “Like” their post.

We offer: “Comment On An Instagram Post” – Bloggers are required to comment on a specified number of Instagram posts related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve commented on their post.

Grow your Pinterest following:

We post weekly events to help you organically grow your Pinterest presence.

Want to get more “Follows” on your Pinterest page?

We offer: “Follow A Pinterest Page” – Bloggers are required to “Follow” a specified number of Pinterest pages related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve Followed their page.

Want to get more Engagement on your Pinterest posts?

We offer: “Like A Pin” – Bloggers are required to “Like” a specified number of Pins related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve “Liked” their Pin.

We offer: “Repin A Pin” – Bloggers are required to Repin a specified number of Pins related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve Repinned their Pin.

We offer: “Comment On A Pin” – Bloggers are required to comment on a specified number of Pins related to their niche and then reply to the original poster’s comment to let them know they’ve commented on their Pin.

Connect with other bloggers in your niche to become an authority

Great Design Quote

One of the biggest mistakes a blogger can make is not paying attention to the “3-Second Rule”.

It leads to high bounce rates, low time-on-site, and almost no click-thru’s to the pages you want visitors to see the most.

Now, if you’re not familiar with the 3-second rule, here’s an overview:

“Most people will make a snap judgment on how much authority to give you within 3 seconds of being on your site.”

They’ll make these judgments in 3 ways.

First, they’ll do a quick eye scan to verify your site is aesthetically pleasing, modern, and in order. This will be based on your site design, structure, and your title headings.

Modern Site Example

If you pass that test, their next test will be “How relevant is this to me?”.

Is Your Blog Modern?

What they’re looking for here are highly visible signs that this site is meant for them and has to do with fulfilling their needs.

Establishing relevance is mostly accomplished through your use of title headings, images, text, and other visible cues that quickly convey a particular theme.

And example of this would be choosing images or highlighting text with specific keywords like “for bloggers”, “for parents”, “for car lovers”… whatever your particular niche is about.

But what about after that?…

Gain group approval using comments

Is Your Blog Popular Example

The last eye-test they make is to look for signs of “Group Approval” within your blog.

People want to feel like your site is “tried and true” and that others have been happy with their results on your site.

And the easiest way to pass that test is by having people comment on your post.

If you can get 20 awesome people to comment on your site, then it’s almost guaranteed you must be a little legit.

And that’s often enough to get people reading your stuff!

That’s why the SupaFlyBloggers Facebook Group is so important.

We make it super easy to get real comments on your posts and to gain tons of great feedback so that more people to take your site seriously — with less work.

But that’s not all…

Having lots of comments on your post probably does about 70% of the work. But you’re still gonna have at least 30% of people who aren’t quite convinced yet.

And that’s where guest posting and niche collaboration comes into play…

Take advantage of Niche collaboration & Guest Posting opportunities

One of the most overlooked aspects of joining a great blogging community is that it allows you to easily find and connect with other bloggers in your niche.

Let me give you an example…

Facebook Like My Post Example

Let’s say you’re a Health & Beauty Blogger who just participated in one of the weekly “Like My Facebook Post” threads.

One of the bloggers you “Liked” in this thread also has a Health and Beauty page that you’re interested in.

You visit their site and see that it probably attracts a decent amount of traffic and comments.

You also notice that they don’t really have any good articles on their blog covering a certain brand of makeup that you really love.  and have tons of tutorials about on your blog.

You have tons of great tutorials on your blog and could easily see expanding your brand by writing a guest post on this blog as well.

Cha-ching!

You just found a love connection that could have huge payoffs for you later down the road…

Using these opportunities to score big

Contacting Other Bloggers In Your Niche

Being part of an online blogging community will give you plenty of opportunities to reach out to bloggers to see if they might be interested in allowing you to do a guest post on their blog.

Guest posting allows you to build more authority in your niche by being “featured” by others who are also considered an authority as well.

Beyond that, you’re likely to get some referral traffic from their site as well as a profitable backlink that Google will love you for!

Pretty great, right?

You can also use this opportunity to start thinking about adding a design element to your site that can make help your visitor’s trust you even faster:

As Featured On Example

And all this because you put yourself in a situation to succeed…

A convenient blogging community that’s simple to check on a platform you use every day…

Facebook Makes Everything Easy

But slow your roll there, kiddo.

You don’t want to be part of an online community unless it keeps you on task and makes it easy for you to check in to get some real work done, right?

There are several benefits to joining our online community using Facebook.

For starters… you don’t have to go out of your way to promote your blog articles.

Facebook is still king according to Zephoria.com. And it shows.

With 1.8 billion active daily users, there are tons of bloggers out there just waiting to help you grow your blog!

And guess what?…

These bloggers need you to help them build their traffic.

And they’ll be more than happy to help you build yours in return…

And since most people are already pretty familiar with Facebook, that means there’s not really a learning curve to get started!

You can get amazing traffic to your site with less than 2 hours or weekly participation.

And if that doesn’t convince you… I don’t know what else to say.

Anyways — I hope you’ll consider joining our community and making us even better.

As always… feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. We love hearing from you.

** Note – As of this writing, we are also hosting weekly meetings through our Discord channel in addition to our Facebook Group.

Please make sure to check us out here as well if you would like real-time help or support.

See why joining the SupaFly Facebook Blogging Community makes so much sense?

If community-based blog support makes sense to you, please help us spread the word by sharing this through one of your favorite social media platform below.

Or if you just want to get right down to business…

Click the “Join Now” button below and let us help you grow your blog!

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60 thoughts on “This May Be The Greatest Facebook Blogging Community Of All Time

  1. I’ve been at this for a while. Back when I started out, simply making great content was enough. Not any more. It doesn’t matter how good your content is, if you don’t have the support of a strong community, it’s going to be almost impossible to succeed. BTW, this is a great group!

  2. A well-run blogging community in a Facebook group is priceless. It’s great to be around like-minded people who understand and support you. And to top it off, you can also generate good traffic to your website by participating in daily threads.

    ~ https://www.hitcontinue.eu

  3. I’m very impressed with the tips and love the idea of yours . That’s why I sent a request supaflybloggers on Facebook. Blogger have been searching about more traffic.they are on the right place now! Write down the tips somewhere. You will absolutely need these.I look forward to reading your next post.

  4. I run social media groups myself as you know so well done for starting your own group. I am all about supporting other bloggers so have sent a request to join 🙂

  5. I will definitely check this out. You are right that this is important to the growth of your blog. It takes time for sure. Great ideas listed here and you sound like a good group.

  6. Great this group seems to really have its act together. I’m in a few groups but you are right a lot of members just drop their links and fly the coup. I’ll sign up with you.

  7. I have joined many Facebook blogging support groups but I have yet to find one where members actually reciprocate. Most of the groups nowadays have members just drop and run or admins that breathe fire down your neck every single day. I think your group will eventually be THE group to join.

  8. I can totally see the value in Bloggers community. My DA has improved significantly because of the constant support of my community members.

  9. Facebook groups are amazing. I LOVE them. I reached almost 5k visitors to my blog in the first month of blogging, a lot due to groups. It was a lot of work, but totally worth it.

    1. Right? It’s a crap ton of work but man the payoff is sweeeeeeeet. And just checked out your blog btw… I LOVE IT!

  10. Hey, Supafly! Thanks for letting us know about this resource! It sounds great. I just requested to join your facebook blogging group, and look forward to connecting, especially with other bloggers interested in the same “niches” and subjects!

    1. Yay! Super stoked to have you here. Please let me know if there’s anything in particular you want to see in the group and how we can help you best 🙂

  11. Those type of blogging communities on FB are great for increasing traffic and engagement, I highly recommend those…sometimes it will take time to do all of those, but it’s worth it!

    1. Lol. They can take some time. I sometimes catch myself on there for an hour or two a day. But I’m getting better.. I swear!

  12. In blogging community you must be resourceful, willing to learn and help other as well. My personal experiences in blogging community helps me grow. I learn new things that I can apply to my own blog.

    1. That’s EXACTLY right!!! That’s why I started this community. To give people a place to help each other grow and for support.

      Wise beyond your years, Ms. Odeza. Wise beyond your years…

  13. Thank you for sharing this article! I am new to blogging and I never realized how tough it would be to build an audience! I’m joining your Facebook group in hopes I can make some valuable connections and build a following. 😊

    1. Dude! It’s soooooo tough! But super glad to have ya! Anything I can do to help you get traffic… let me know 🙂 I gotchoo gurl…

  14. So far, promoting my blog through Facebook has been the easiest way for me and I came across your post in the perfect timing! Thanks for the insights

  15. I enjoyed reading this. More so because of the conversational manner in which is was written. The change of font and capital letters here and there making it more personable. And for me.. easy to read. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Awwwww, thanks. I definitely don’t consider myself to be a great writer, so I’m glad spicing things up a little made it less boring for you.

      If you have any other suggestions, don’t hesitate to drop em’ here! I’m all ears…

    1. Lol. Oh my. Well… if it does, please let me know why. Sure ain’t looking to admin a crappy group…

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