Ten Facebook Groups For Freelancers

Facebook Groups are a great way to find online work, promote your services and interact with fellow freelancers & digital nomads.

But with so many Facebook Groups out there, it can be tough to know which communities are worth joining.

Here are ten free Facebook Groups we highly recommend. πŸ‘‡


We're very biased towards our own Facebook Group. The BEEHIVE is a super positive & spam-free zone for freelancers to connect, ask questions, and find new job opportunities. Plus, there are monthly themes for different job categories and cool resources shared daily - all with the goal of helping you take your freelance career to the next level.

While you're there, don't forget to sign up for the Weekly Jobs Newsletter that goes out every Friday with a complete listing of all the jobs posted in the group throughout the week.


This group is all about start-up companies. With remote work and virtual teams becoming more common in the start-up community, this group brings all those opportunities together in one place. If you’ve ever aspired to work for an online business, this group is the perfect place to search for those high-quality jobs.


Fully run by digital nomads, this group has the working traveler in mind. It’s an active and engaged community of over 20,000 freelancers who combine work with travel. Whether you are looking for new clients, browsing job opportunities, or asking for travel advice, this is good group to be in.


Freelance Incubator is a fresh new Facebook Group dedicated to helping freelancers find high-quality clients on Upwork.

This group delivers serious value and lays out strategies you need to become a top-rated Upwork freelancer and charge your worth. Any new freelancers using Upwork will definitely benefit from joining this group. Don’t miss the free 3-step cheat-sheet available on the website.


Looking for a way to get into online teaching? This group is all about helping online ESL teachers find ongoing and rewarding work all over the world. The admins in this group are very helpful & give great advice to help you get hired, become an online expert, and go full-time as an online ESL teacher. There's even a customer service rep to help with any personal questions or situations regarding ESL work.


The name pretty much says it all. This group is for all the independent digital nomad ladies out there. With a smaller community of just over 4,000 members, this group is still very active with daily job advertisements from fellow digital nomads, travel advice, and blog links. You can even ask a question using a hashtag to get a personal response from the admin.


One of the biggest and most active groups for Virtual Assistants, you'll find lots of great opportunities in this group. It's not just for Virtual Assistants though! You can find all types of remote jobs here, with plenty in social media, design, as well as marketing opportunities.


With nearly 20,000 members, Inventive Hub is a thriving community that connects companies looking to outsource tasks with freelancers looking for work. New jobs are posted daily and usually tend to be a mix of marketing/IT jobs. Be sure to read the group rules carefully before posting though, this group has a very strict no-spam policy and breaking the rules can get you reported.


One of the few Facebook Groups dedicated entirely to artists, this community is all about opportunities for creatives. With everything from galleries seeking submissions, to free advice, and even giveaways, Artist Resources and Opportunities group is the place for all things artist related.


With just over 33,000 members, Remote & Travel Jobs is the largest Facebook Group on this list. It's also one of the fastest growing freelance communities. With professionals and employers from 57 countries around the world, you're very likely to find a job opportunity and fellow freelancers in your area of work.

Want to discover more Facebook Groups?

Many cities and local communities have their own Facebook Groups (for example: ESL Teaching in Vietnam or Bali Digital Nomads).

A quick Facebook search will show you what's available in your area. What better way to seek out potential remote work and connect with fellow freelancers than becoming a part of the freelance community in your own city. πŸ˜€

Ciao for now! πŸ‘‹

Have you joined the Facebook Group yet?

It’s the perfect place to connect with quality freelancers and build an online career you love. πŸ’• It’s also 100% free.

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