Join the Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook Group

I’m excited to kick-off our Frequent Miler Insiders Facebook group!  A blog is a good format for pushing out detailed information, but it’s far from ideal for community interactions.  I want readers to have a safe place to share ideas, ask questions, and help each other master the points & miles game.  While Facebook is also far from perfect, I think that it’s a pretty good tool for community sharing.

For this purpose, we setup a private group: Frequent Miler Insiders.  By keeping the group private, we should be able to keep out trolls (or kick them out after the fact), eliminate spam, and share secrets more readily.

How to join

Visit our page (here) and click Join Group.

Nick and I will have to approve each request, so please be patient if it takes us a long time to accept you!

About Greg The Frequent Miler

Greg is the owner, founder, and primary author of the Frequent Miler. He earns millions of points and miles each year, mostly without flying, and dedicates this blog to teaching others how to do the same.

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Comments

  1. @Greg.

    I just submitted a request. Fellow Detroiter here. I think the group idea is a great initiative!

    • Definitely not — nothing is changing around here as far as the blog is concerned. We’ve just added a forum for more discussion so that readers can more readily ask and answer questions and exchange information. If you’d like to join that exchange, you’re absolutely invited. If you’re not into it, no problem — you’ll still be getting regular posts right here.

  2. I have fake Facebook name and I only use it to interact with some relatives. It’s seven years old. I’ll see if it has a chance of getting approved to join the group.

  3. Wouldn’t Slack be a far better platform for such a private group. Topics (Amex Offers, Mileage Runs, Quick Deals, CC Signup Bonuses etc can all be maintained in “channels” rather than Facebook that’s just an open messaging vehicle. I’m a member of a couple of Slack groups for sharing travel news and deals, and it works perfectly. The team to readily share deals as well as make comment/ ask questions, and share dp’s on how to stack and get the most of them. Have you tried the Slack app?.

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