Its from other platform, but is good so share there. How You Can Use Facebook Groups To Your Advantage: 1. Facebook Group Posting - one of the most used tactic as it's easy to set up and start spamming. It attracts a lot of people due to the huge reach these posts can get. If you post to 100 groups each with 10.000 members only that's a potential of 1.000.000 people viewing your post, that is a lot. Lately Facebook started to lower the amount of group posts you can do and they're a lot more strict to what you can post so this became harder to do, not impossible though. 2. Group Posts Bumping - this relates to the method above. Bumping is commenting on your post in a group thus bringing it back on the first position in that group so more people see it. Bumping can be done by commenting something and then deleting that comment ( the post is still sent to the top) or by commenting with other accounts or with more information about the first post/offer. If you don't over-do it, this is a decent method to get more eyes on your posts without going though the trouble of posting more so Fb won't see that much posting activity. 3. Using "Add me fast" groups - these are groups where people get together to get a lot of friends fast. You can join 5-10 of these groups, post a little in them and get to 5000 friends within a couple of weeks. Granted they are definitely not targeted so won't do much for you, but still having 10 accounts with 5000 friends that amounts to 50.000 people that you can use in different ways. A few ideas for those friends : growing groups, growing pages, promoting general/funny stuff, using them to build engagement for your page/site/group. 4. Growing your Group by adding your friends - this relates to the method above. You can simply add all your friends to your group, they won't be asked if they want to join or not. So combining this and the above method you can grow a group very fast. Some of them might get upset and leave, but most won't even notice, especially if they are in many groups themselves. This is a tactic used by many people that sell "I will add 10.000 people to your group" services on Fiverr and the likes. 5. Copying groups to other accounts - the invite/add to group feature from Facebook can also be used in another way. You can have a main account that joined all let's say 2500 groups in your niche. You can then create 5 new Facebook accounts, make them friends with your main account and use the main account to add these new accounts in 500 groups each. This way the new accounts are safe because they haven't actually asked to join any group, they were added to them. You still need to take it slow with posting but it will cut a lot of time from joining all those groups. I've seen people selling this as a service as well, though I am not sure how popular it is lately 6. Messaging people in a group - you can join a group in your niche, make sure it has a lot of activity. After that extract all the members and send them a message pitching/promoting your service. Being in the same group as them you have a common starting point like "Hey, I also saw you're a member of YYY group would you like to.." Being in the same group as them will also give you some slack from Facebook, some of the messages will get to their inbox, some will get to the "other inbox" . If before you do the extraction and message sending you take a couple of days to comment in the group and interact with posts and other people this will work even better. 7. Befriending people in a group - the idea is pretty much the same as above and all the same instructions apply with one small difference, instead of messaging them you add them as friends. You will need to do this slow though, start with 10-15 friend requests per day, grow it to up to 50 over time. Make sure to delete pending friend requests that don't answer in 1-2 days. This way you can create an account with really targeted friends that you can use to promote your stuff to. This is pretty much all you can do with groups. If I missed any let me know and I will add it to have a complete list.