5 Facebook Communities For Female Freelancers & Entrepreneurs Who Want To Grow Their Network

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Being a self-employed entrepreneur or independent Fiverr freelancer doesn’t mean that you have to go at it alone. 

Thanks to technology, there are a lot of online communities where you can meet like-minded people. 

For example, Fiverr also has a community page for virtual events. You can easily get advice or tips on how to thrive in your career. 

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Besides Fiverr, there are also Facebook groups you can join to expand your network. If you’re experiencing a problem, then these people may provide you with a solution. 

What are these Facebook groups? Here’s a list of communities that you should consider joining. 

1. Freelancing Females 

Freelancing Females is a community of 100,000 female freelancers that share resources and offer mentorship. They have a Facebook group where women can ask questions and share jobs. 

“Freelancing Females has a haikuist, a sword swallower, a freelance farmer, and then, of course, freelance designers and everything else in between,” says Founder Tia Meyers to Writing on Glass. 

They also host events and meetups where members can have conversations with freelance designers, developers, or writers. While you may not be in the office all day long, you can still get opportunities to meet wonderful people. 

2. Digital Nomad Girls 

The unexpected quarantine life has inspired some women to pursue a career as a remote worker with Fiverr. After all, working from the comforts of your own home means more time for yourself and the people that matter most to you. 

That said, consider joining Digital Nomad Girls – a community for location independent women. They have a virtual working community with feedback sessions, monthly goal-setting workshops, and fun social events. 

3. How She Did That 

How She Did That is a community for female virtual assistants and online business managers. 

Those in the online service industry might’ve heard of Tasha Booth – host of the How She Did That podcast. Her community helps members learn how to deliver valuable content for their ideal clients and tips to thrive amid the competition. The podcast episodes and Facebook group provide members with tech and business advice that they can use to improve their performance. 

4. Dreamers // Doers

Dreamers // Doers is a community of entrepreneurial women such as female founders, women working at startups, and various other types of female creatives. 

Their Facebook group enables members to find freelance gigs and job opportunities. You can also surround yourself with innovative female entrepreneurs that can encourage you to succeed and provide ideas to help you grow your business. 

5. Sisterhood of the Hustlin’ Mamas

The hustle life continues even in motherhood. 

It may be difficult to juggle work and family commitments so you may need a support group. 

Fortunately, you can take a break from the neverending stream of emails, work tasks, and household chores at the Sisterhood of the Hustlin’ Mamas. Here, every mom can build a business or new career from the comforts of their own home. If you ever experience difficulties, you’ll find gal pals that can relate to your problems. 

Joining a Community 

You don’t need to have a 9-to-5 job to be a part of a community. 

There are many Facebook groups that you can join so you can succeed in the hustle life. Besides the groups we’ve listed, Fiverr also has a community page for online events. 

Now, what are you waiting for? If you’re not a freelancer or entrepreneur yet, then start your selling your services on Fiverr. 

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