22 Work at Home Facebook Pages You Should Follow

Yesterday, Miranda at Work at Home Adventures wrote a very interesting post about how a lot of people are resistant to signing up for Facebook and how this resistance could be detrimental to their efforts at finding legit work from home.

I couldn't agree more. Many of the job leads and other information I discover are found via Facebook and the various work at home related pages that I follow.

Now, don't get me wrong — there is nothing wrong with not joining Facebook if you absolutely are against it.

You can certainly find work at home jobs without it by following blogs like this one, but Miranda made a great point that Facebook is an excellent resource that shouldn't be ignored unless you're just completely adamant that you want no part of Facebook.

If you are on Facebook, here is a big list of work from home FacebookΒ pages that I “like” personally that you may also want to consider following yourself if you're actively seeking work at home leads, advice, and other information.

Helpful Work From Home Facebook Pages to “Like”

I realize this is a big list! Some of these pages post more than others and some are more about home business rather than working from home, but they all post valuable content at least occasionally and I do “like” each of these pages personally.

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Here's a list of more than 22 quality work at home Facebook pages you can follow for legitimate, regularly updated work at home information.

44 thoughts on “22 Work at Home Facebook Pages You Should Follow”

  1. Anna!! Thank you so much for including The Drifting Desk on here!! I’m such a huge fan of your site :):)

  2. Hello Anna. Thanks so much for putting this list together I’m going to be sure to connect with these awesome bloggers and share their posts…It’s always good to support a fellow blogger.

    And thank you so much for the mention! That was a sweet surprise! Hope you’re having a great week. πŸ™‚

    Cori

  3. What a fabulous list! I found some news ones to stalk! haha Is it me or does this ” Here is a work from home list” not work?

  4. If you update, I hope you’ll consider adding the Telecommunity Facebook page. It’s a new blog featuring tips and job leads for career-minded telecommuters and freelancers.

    Thanks for consideration.

  5. Thank you for making this list. I went ahead and liked all of them and I’m sure it will help me tremendously!

  6. Again, many thanks for sharing my page! While the URL for it remains the same (workfromhomereporter), I’ve changed the name of the blog to The Freelance Way of Life. When I asked Facebook to change the name of the page, they unfortunately changed it to all one word…Freelancewayoflife. *sigh*

    • Thanks for letting me know! My name has been wrong on Facebook for a long time, it’s Real Ways to Make Money on there when it should be Real Ways to Earn Money. I need to get that changed!

    • What country are you in? Many pages are set up to block certain countries from viewing their Facebook pages due to large amounts of spam. Spam postings and comments are particularly bad in the work from home niche, and the largest number of these come from people residing in countries outside the US.

  7. I am a work at home staffing coordinator and help women find legit work at home jobs as well provide work at home job leads. You are more than welcome to send them my way too. Welcome in advance.

        • Great. Thank you so much Anna. I wasn’t sure if that would work here or not.
          I’m new to this wonderful site that I found via Google.
          I’m trying to find flexible non-phone work/jobs to do at home or from anywhere.
          I’ve been a Customer Service Rep for several companies for a total of 10 years and hate being chained to a phone!

  8. Thanks so much for the shout out for the Work At Home Mafia. Working on posting more and getting back to the basics for everyone.

    • Tarek, I don’t have a lot of companies listed that hire in your location. Most of the ones listed are for people in North America. Did you think of oDesk? I believe there are a lot of freelance job opportunities there you could try.

  9. Thank you Anna so much! I have only had my Facebook page for about 2 months or so and I was shocked to see so many people liking my Facebook page. I didn’t know what happened until I read your post. Thank you so very much for your generosity for other work at home websites. You are truly a gem. Thank you Miranda for liking my facebook page and for getting this discussion started. Very, very helpful. I am learning so much from the both of you. I love your work and I am a loyal follower of everyone’s work at home blogs. Thank you again.

  10. Love this! I have not been active with my Facebook page… your post has given me motivation to get to it! Thanks so much. I needed this ‘kick in the pants!’

    • It’s a great way to engage your readers, Irene so I would highly recommend it πŸ™‚ Even if you aren’t active, please feel free to share your Facebook link here!

  11. Anna,

    I clicked on this link through Facebook to see who I could follow and engage with on Facebook and not in a million years expect to see my FB page up there! You rock! Thanks so much for the mention! I’ll be sharing this post for sure!

    Miranda is awesome and great to work with. She helped me redesign my site. I only wanted a logo and a few other graphics and she came up with the best designs just from me answering a few questions about myself, my business and my blog. Right down to the colors I was imagining in my head. She is fast and easy to work with. She knows here WAHM stuff.

    I do already read and follow about 1/2 of these sites so I’ll get busy and follow the rest!

    Thanks a bunch!
    ~Allie

    • You are welcome, Allie! I love your posts! Keep up the great work πŸ™‚ And you are right, Miranda certainly knows her work at home and did a fantastic job on your logo! She has done some logos for me before too and always does impressive work.

  12. I follow almost all of these. I “liked” two from the list. Very good list and I couldn’t agree more. These pages are what helps me stay in the loop, so to speak.

  13. This is a great list! I always love Miranda’s posts.

    I also have a work at home blog. I am adding more job leads to my work at home blog. I started my blog after friends kept asking me how to get a job from home. None of my friends knew where to start or what the requirements were. I have a lot of basic info in my blog and lots of job postings.

    My blog is a work in progress. I am happy to hear about each job seeker that found a job through my blog so far. http://mymomisawahm.blogspot.com/

  14. Thank you for these links. I was already following 3 of them. This was very helpful, I “liked” all the pages!!!

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