Founded by Charles Floate, Todd Foster, and James Gregory, the Proper SEO Group (renamed from the Proper PBN Group) is now owned and run by Gary Wilson.
However, the founding principles of the group remain the same. It’s a place for open-minded discussions of SEO methods and techniques. No matter what color hat you wear (white, black, grey), you’re welcome to participate and ask questions.
The group is pretty active, and tons of questions get asked every day. There are also plenty of SEO services-related posts, so it’s an excellent group to join if you’re looking for professional SEO help.
4. SEO Secrets by Detailed.com
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Owner: Glen Allsopp
Number of votes: 15
Compared to the others on this list, this group was formed relatively recently (2018). Yet it has quickly attracted tons of members, most likely due to Glen’s popularity as an SEO.
However, despite its name, there are no “secrets” shared in this group. Most posts are from members asking SEO-related questions, as is the case with most SEO groups.
It is also pretty inactive, and Glen appears infrequently. Yet, despite that, members of Ahrefs Insider still rate this group highly. Perhaps this is a case of quality over quantity? Or maybe SEOs just have faith in a group curated by Glen, a well-respected SEO.
Bottom line: SEO Secrets is undoubtedly worth joining, even if only for the occasional update or insight from Glen himself. But it’s unlikely to be your first port of call if you want a question answered quickly.
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6 more Facebook groups for SEOs
Unless you want a newsfeed filled almost entirely with posts from SEO groups, four groups are almost certainly enough. But the participants of our poll did vouch for a few others, so here are the remaining ones with three or more votes.
Women in Tech SEO (6 votes): Sorry, guys. This one isn’t for you. It’s a place for women to discuss, share, and learn more about technical SEO.
Niche Affiliate Empires (4 votes): Owned by Gareth Daine, this is the companion group to Gareth’s public case study where he’s attempting to build a successful affiliate website.
Local Client Takeover (4 votes): As the name suggests, this group focuses on local SEO strategies, like Google My Business and Google Maps optimization.
Superstar SEO (4 votes): Both a community and an agency, Superstar SEO focuses on building a successful SEO agency.
Marketing Cheat Guides (3 votes): Originally known as “SEO Cheat Guides,” this group now focuses on teaching digital marketers how to build their dream business.
Sisters in SEO (3 votes): Another all-women group that aims to help SEOs improve their skills, share successes and challenges, and network with each other.