Top 6 LinkedIn and Facebook Sales Groups (To Level Up Your Skills)
Social media has made us connected like never before.
With just a few clicks we can reach the CEOs of the biggest companies, famous celebrities or even presidents of (some) countries.
We can use these powers in two different ways:
We can either:
- share pictures and videos of our goofy dogs and cats
- use it to develop our skills and exchange the knowledge, tips, and insights
If you chose the second option, read on as we are going to reveal how to make it happen.
To effectively exchange the knowledge you need an active community which contributes to the development of its members.
Great place to look for such communities is both Facebook and LinkedIn.
Using these social networks, you’re able to find Groups focused solely on providing useful content, information, tips and engaging the community to share their knowledge and help each other grow their skills.
Yet, most people find it hard to find proper sales groups and don’t know how to search for groups on LinkedIn or how to search Facebook groups.
To help you save some time and reduce unnecessary stress on doing the research we’ve compiled a list of Top 10 LinkedIn and Facebook Sales Groups.
Simply, check out their descriptions and find out which one suits you the best.
There will be no need to perform a linkedin groups search on your own!
We’ve made sure to only include active groups which focus on providing useful content and having engaging conversations. You won’t find here spam groups which – trust me – there are loads of!
Instead, we’ve curated a list of top-notch groups which are moderated by top-notch salespeople.
Now, it’s time to jump right into the list!
The “Make It Happen” Facebook group connects all of the features of a proper group.
It has free, valuable units which you can go through and improve your sales skills.
It contains audience-created content.
Plus, people share what they find as the most valuable – articles, videos, webinars, lectures.
There is no spam on the group. People are very engaged in what’s going on and every question gets answered.
Also, people actually engage with the content you share. If they like the article you linked to, they’ll live a like. If they don’t, they’ll leave a proper comment.
Yet, everyone seems to understand the rules of John Barrows’ group and every conversation is led in a polite way.
What’s also important – posts on the group are divided into different topics thanks to tags. Such a solution makes it easy to find article or conversation on the exact topic you are looking for. There is an adequate tag for cold calling, prospecting, events, tools and much, much more.
All in all, Make It Happen – B2B Sales with John Barrows group is the perfect place for every salesperson.
What makes Sales Talk With Sales Pros group unique?
It might sound a bit counterintuitive but there is one main advantage:
You won’t see there even a bit of a spam.
If you want your article included or a link to your website you need to first go through moderators who are clearly mentioned in the rules.
The audience is genuinely engaging with every post, question, shared piece of content that gets put out on the group.
Posts are clustered in various topics that to tags. You can easily search for subjects such as sales, motivation, lead generation, mentoring, digital marketing and much, much more.
In general, thanks to clear rules which are actually respected amongst the users, the group is a valuable place for both newbies and experts in Sales.
Sales Professionals Facebook Group bases on community questions and discussions.
You won’t find here much of shared content, like articles, videos, etc.
Yet, thanks to that you also won’t find here… spam!
The group is dedicated for salespeople seeking for advice and, as the rules state, meaningful information.
Most of the discussions are on the topics of car sales but it would be a huge mistake to say only such type of posts is out there.
This group is a perfect place for anyone who claims to be The Salesman.
If you need a quick advice on sales-related topic or simply want to improve as a salesman, don’t look any further, choose the SPG.
Even though Click Funnels is a Facebook group created by the specific company not all of the discussions revolve around the topic of that particular software.
This group is much more than just a place to ask about Click Funnels.
You’ll find there discussions on the topic of sales, sales books, generating customer and much, much more.
Yet, if you want to get better at using Click Funnels or simply want to resolve some problem in regards to it, this group will be a perfect solution for that.
Also, there are useful and free units that take on the topic of sales, click funnels, leadership, growth and much more.
Thanks to big, engaged audience and clear rules this group is a valuable place for every salesperson no matter how skilled you are.
Sales Best Practices LinkedIn Group is a go-to place for salespeople looking for a place to discuss and get advice on sales-related topics.
As the rules state, this group is focused on the discussions, thus you won’t find there many shared articles or videos.
Also, you won’t find there ads or spam which is a crucial thing when it comes to both Facebook and LinkedIn groups.
If you have an I-can’t-wait-any-longer sales-related question (that’s a lot of hyphens) this should be your go-to place.
Inside Sales Experts LinkedIn Group is very much like the previously mentioned group, although this one allows users to post articles and videos.
Thus, you’ll find there both sales-related discussions and community-created content.
Yet, there are no ads or spammy posts. This type of content gets quickly erased to make the group clear and easy to browse through.
Also, users are allowed to post jobs offers in the dedicated tab.
Inside Sales Experts is a great place if you:
- Have a great and useful content and want to share it
- Have a must-answered question on a sales-related topic
- Want to find a job in sales
- Want to hire someone on a sales-related position
No matter which one you choose, you should be satisfied.
Decide whether you want to share your knowledge or mostly make a use out of somebody else’s content.
Still, we went through most of the sales groups that you can find on both Facebook and LinkedIn and ended up listing the ones that seem to be the most worthy to spend your time on.
And remember, be polite, respect the rules and engage with the community!