This guide will teach you how to generate leads using Facebook Groups. The majority of internet marketers I see doing this are doing it wrong, very wrong.

The only 2 things you need, aside from your brain

There are a few important things that you’ll need; they’re really quite obvious.

  • A Facebook account in good standing
  • An account with a network that runs gambling offers
bingo affiliate networks
A simple google search for networks offering Bingo promotions.

Why this niche?

Although you can take the wisdom from this guide and spin your own niche out, you’ll find a good return simply following the niche that is tried and tested.

Gambling. Bingo, specifically.

The Target Market

Middle-aged women; stay-at-home mums and females in similar scenarios. Bingo players.

Now, this is completely open to debate, there is no doubt a strong male presence in this market; but, for the sake of this tutorial, let’s stick with the first.

How to find your target market …

We want groups where there are high-proportions of our target market.

If you’re in the western world then you’ll no doubt be aware of facebook groups where people buy and sell second-hand items in your local area.

If you take a look in these groups, you’ll notice that these people have a high propensity to find free bingo bonuses attractive. Correct me, if I am wrong.

Put together an attractive post

Now, you can go the low-quality way and simply post a direct link, or you can go the better route.

Write a personable post, offer to support people in completing the offers, tell people about what you’ve won, post a screenshot showing the bonuses working.

Once you’ve got something good, post it.


This is simple really, you find more groups, and you post in them. A little idea I had was to build a newsletter, or an email list, and sign people up to it.

Once you’ve got a solid list, start to feed out regular offers. Perhaps branch into casino offers if you have a particularly loyal list.

That’s all for now, more coming soon, I promise,


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