View your facebook groups on your facebook page

1. View your groups on your page

Once you have linked your group(s) to your page. Your fans, visitors and you can view it/them by clicking the “Groups” tab on the left side of your page. You can click the button on the right side of a group and unlink it.

Your fans and visitors can click on your group(s) to have a visit and click the button “Join Group” to join your group(s).

You can share the “Groups” tab link to let people find all the groups linked to your page. To get the link, click “Settings” in the top-right corner of your page and click “Edit Page” on the menu on the left side (click to view the screen captures in the first part “Add the ‘Groups’ tab on your page”).

Click “Settings” on the left side of the tab “Groups”. Then you can get the link.

2. View your pages in your group

Your group members, visitors and you can see your page(s) in the bottom-left corner of your group cover photo. They can click on the name(s) to visit your page(s).

When you link your group to your page, you group members will see a post in your group to get informed.

3. Post, react and comment as your pages in your group

Once you have linked your groups and pages. You can post in your group by choosing your page as the poster.

You can also react, comment and reply in your group by choosing your page as the reactor and commenter.

Top 100 Amazon searches 2018

Right away, you can see that searches for gadgets dominate this list—laptops, bluetooth speakers, smartwatches, SSDs, gaming controllers and so on.

#KeywordSearch Volume
1nintendo switch4,110,000
2fidget spinner3,290,000
7external hard drive1,550,000
8bluetooth headphones1,540,000
9instant pot1,540,000
12fire stick1,350,000
14micro sd card1,270,000
18toilet paper1,170,000
20wireless headphones1,080,000
21game of thrones1,080,000
22iphone 7 case1,070,000
25bluetooth speakers1,010,000
26essential oils960,000
27pop socket939,000
28air fryer937,000
29paper towels931,000
31iphone charger925,000
32water bottle918,000
33doctor who905,000
34xbox one902,000
35iphone 7 plus case896,000
38harry potter884,000
39coffee maker884,000
40hdmi cable867,000
43kindle fire847,000
44iphone x case846,000
45wireless mouse832,000
47iphone 6 case824,000
48iphone 6818,000
49iphone 7815,000
50gaming mouse812,000
51office chair807,000
52star wars806,000
53shower curtain800,000
54mouse pad789,000
55iphone 6s case779,000
56gift card775,000
58yoga mat769,000
59gaming chair767,000
60sd card759,000
64xbox one controller734,000
65apple watch729,000
66protein powder722,000
68solar eclipse glasses720,000
71eclipse glasses691,000
74iphone 8 plus case681,000
76playstation 4672,000
79dash cam667,000
80smart watch657,000
81fidget cube649,000
82vacuum cleaner647,000
84nerf guns643,000
85bluetooth earbuds640,000
86ps4 games640,000
88echo dot636,000
90gtx 1070623,000
91computer desk622,000
92ps4 controller621,000
94wireless earbuds614,000
95iphone 6s614,000
96snes classic613,000
97prime video612,000
98hard drive610,000
100gtx 1080606,000

So much so, that 53/100 of our top searches are (almost ⅔) are for gadgets.

That’s excluding searches for iPhone accessories too, of which there are many.

What’s the most popular iPhone accessory? Cases.

Here are the most popular iPhone case models and their search volumes:

#KeywordSearch Volume
1iphone 7 case1,070,000
2iphone 7 plus case896,000
3iphone x case846,000
4iphone 6 case824,000
5iphone 6s case779,000
6iphone 8 plus case681,000

(It looks like a lot of people are still rocking iPhone 6’s and 7’s.)

Speaking of iPhone accessories, there are 1.54M monthly searches for “Bluetooth headphones,” which makes it the 8th most popular product search on our list. That’s no doubt down to Apple (and other phone manufacturers) removing headphone jacks in recent years.SIDENOTE. There are a further 1.08M searches for “wireless headphones” and 640K for “Bluetooth earbuds.”.

Amazon also appears to be a popular place to purchase games consoles and games.

The Nintendo Switch tops the list with 4.1M monthly searches, followed by the PS4 with 1.57M, then the Xbox One with 902K, and finally the Snes Classic (ooh, retro!) with 613K.

Gaming mice and chairs are popular too with almost 1.58M combined monthly searches.

But what else is popular on Amazon besides gadgets and games?

Well, there are still a fair few searches for “books” (1.07M) which, of course, is what started this whole thing for Amazon back in the ’90s. But it looks as though most people prefer to do their reading on electronic devices these days as there are 1.51M searches for “kindle.”

The Kindle isn’t the only one of Amazon’s branded devices that’s popular either—their Fire Stick and Echo products get millions of combined monthly searches.

Other than that, there are many searches for everyday essentials and other “basic” items:

#KeywordSearch Volume
1toilet paper1,170,000
2paper towels931,000
3water bottle918,000
4shower curtain800,000

Oh, and one non‐physical product made it to the list too: “prime video” (612Kmonthly searches).

Is Amazon catching up with Netflix? Maybe.

Either way, one thing is for sure: Amazon is genuinely an everything store. It’s no longer just about books.

Now let’s see how the most popular Amazon searches in the US compare to the rest of the World.