We all want it
But it's not easy to get!
You put up a post and all you get is Nada, zilch, crickets!
It can be downright frustrating right?! [Read more…]
We all want it
But it's not easy to get!
You put up a post and all you get is Nada, zilch, crickets!
It can be downright frustrating right?! [Read more…]
Would you like to know how to get started with online Prospecting?
Many times as I am getting ready for the day, I like to have my laptop turned on in my bathroom.
So here I am , putting on my mascara and I heard Ray Higdon say something that was so simple, yet so effective, my heart started pounding inside my chest! I just HAD to share it.
When I Decided To Become a Work-From-Home Entrepreneur
You see, when I decided to become a work-from-home entrepreneur, I came from a background of corporate and insurance sales. I was USED to the idea of actively prospecting for business.
And I was used to using tactics that would allow me to close a prospect on the first contact.
But Online Prospecting is MUCH different.
A few short years ago, when I decided to promote my first MLM and affiliate marketing company, I created a Facebook profile and started telling everybody what I was doing and how awesome my company and products were.
I learned VERY QUICKLY that that was NOT how to go about doing it!
I like to call it “Freshman Failure“.
I learned THE HARD WAY, that you don't just start posting things all over your social media channels about your business.
And sadly, this is what I see a lot of people doing.
Ray Hit The Nail Right On The Head
This is where I want to share a story that Ray shared on the stage of an Eric Worre event years ago.
Prospecting vs. Marketing
Ray explains there are TWO CATEGORIES in building your business.
There's PROSPECTING and there is MARKETING.
And they are VERY DIFFERENT from each other… did you know that?
So when do you MARKET and when do you PROSPECT?
First thing you need to determine:
And then you start providing content.
Basically, you are using MARKETING techniques to ATTRACT and FIND people who have a need.
And when the time is right, you will use PROSPECTING techniques to see if there is a fit.
HOW exactly do you do this?
I absolutely love the tips that Ray gives. So watch this quick video… and tell me you don't get a ton of value as well!
Did you enjoy that?
Remember when I told you that I come from a corporate and insurance sales background and I was used to closing my prospects on the first appointment?
With online prospecting, there IS a way to close people into your business.
Until Next Time,
“Just a Regular Girl Going After Her Dreams”
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First of all, if you aren't using Twitter to drive eyeballs to your website…. WHY NOT?
Since I started using Twitter, the number of visitors to my website and the number of people opting into my email list has more than doubled!
So for me (and hopefully for you), using Twitter is a necessity.
I automate most of my tweets. Which leaves me time to engage with those around me.
What do I mean by that?
Maybe after you finish reading this it will make more sense.
WHAT IS A RETWEET?
A RETWEET is when someone findS a tweet of yours of so much value that they want to share it with their followers.
I consider anybody retweeting my stuff a huge complement… (which I discuss below).
WHAT IS THE VALUE IN GETTING MORE RETWEETS ON TWITTER?
Firstly, your exposure increases when someone retweets your posts.
Your original tweet will be shown on the feed of the person who retweets you and all those that follow that person will also see your tweet.
If your content is something of interest to them, chances of them following you are very high.
Secondly, It increases your reach as well as the number of YOUR followers.
For example, if you have 50 followers, you would have a reach of 50 WITHOUT the value of retweets.
If some of them or all of them would retweet your posts, your exposure will increase exponentially based on the number of followers THEY have.
If you expand this one more level; suppose one of your followers followers retweets the same message? You have increased your reach even more!
The viral power of social media is extremely explosive!
HOW TO GET MORE RETWEETS ON TWITTER (And What You Can Do To Boost Your Chances of Getting Retweeted):
Pulling in all the latest research, I have compiled this list of 23 quick and easy ways you can get more retweets
1. USE MENTIONS
What is an @mention?
That is when you type someone's twitter handle in a tweet by typing the “@” symbol along with their twitter handle. What that does it notifies them as well as shows up in their newsfeed (and yours).
The more @mentions you include in a tweet, the higher your chances of getting a retweet. However, be WISE in using @mentions. Don't do these in a manner that is self-serving.
Also, the magic number of up to 6 @mentions; anything higher than that and there is a decrease in the number of retweets.
2. USE LINKS
Multiple studies have confirmed that using links within your tweets will result in more retweets.
Of course, make sure the links direct your followers to something that they find interesting and/or something they would find of value.
Plus, it's a great way to drive traffic to your website and capture leads.
3. RETWEET OTHERS
When you’re generous with YOUR retweets, those around you will be more likely to reciprocate.
If you look to give more to others than you expect in return, the return is often greater than you expect!
4. USE HASHTAGS
5. ASK FOR A RETWEET
You have probably already found that asking for a retweet increases the chances of getting one but did you know that actually spelling out Retweet will net you better results than using the abbreviation RT?
Asking nicely (‘Please Retweet’) will help even more!
6. PLACE YOUR LINK CAREFULLY
We now know that tweets that contain links receive more retweets than those without.
But research has also found that putting the link 90% of the way through your tweet increases the likelihood of getting a retweet.
7. OPTIMIZE YOUR TWEET LENGTH
If you are looking for retweets, you will want to make sure your tweet isn’t so long that people will need to edit it before retweeting.
According to some research, 71-100 characters is the optimal length in terms of getting retweets.
8. REACH OTHER TIME ZONES
If you want the opportunity for retweets in other parts of the world, try scheduling tweets to go out while you are away or sleeping.
9. DON'T FLURRY TWEET
Ugh… this can be so annoying!
If you only have a few minutes per day to Tweet, make sure you schedule your tweets rather than posting multiple tweets in one fell swoop.
This will give your tweets more individual attention and give you a better chance of having your content retweeted.
10. TWEET GREAT CONTENT
It goes without saying that if you want retweets, your content needs to be retweeable!
Always be thinking about what your audience wants and needs and create content to serve them.
Also make sure you are staying consistent with your brand — if you are providing social media tips, don't suddenly start tweeting about a basketball game (use your personal account for that.)
This will increase your chances of being retweeted.
11. RETWEET BUTTON ON YOUR WEBSITE
Having a retweet button on every page of your site is critical if you want your visitors to retweet your content.
12. USE PICTURES
Tweets with pictures receive far more retweets than those without.
Tweets with an image receive an average of .404 retweets, compared to .0133 for those without.
Also, you will want to tweet Twitter pictures (pictures you share directly onto Twitter), as opposed to Facebook or Instagram pictures.
These tweets are actually less likely to be retweeted!
13. TWEET AT THE OPTIMAL TIMES
Tweeting on Sundays will increase your chances of getting a retweet, as will tweeting after work hours.
Tweets sent out between 10-11pm receive more retweets than average
This kind of makes sense — people are winding down and/or are lying in bed before going to sleep…
14. INCLUDE A NUMBER IN YOUR TWEETS
Where relevant, use a number or digit within your tweet.
Tweets containing numbers get retweeted 17% more often than those without.
15. SHOW ENTHUSIASM!!!
While you may not be entirely comfortable using lots of emotion in your tweets, using exclamation marks can actually increase the likelihood of getting retweets.
In fact, using 6 exclamation marks produces around 0.299 retweets, while using 9 results in around 0.484 retweets! Might be a bit of an overkill but you get the point.
16. USE CAPS
Tweets with a higher ratio of capital letters receive more retweets.
Of course, balance this with some common sense – you probably don’t want to be TWEETING IN ALL CAPS ALL THE TIME!
I suggest using CAPS to emphasize specific words.
17. ADD PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING TO YOUR TWEETS
Recent data released by Twitter confirms that adding pretty much anything ‘extra’ to your tweets will get you more retweets.
By extra, I mean things like hashtags, digits, quotes, videos, emoji's and PHOTOS!
18. DON'T ALWAYS TALK ABOUT YOU
Tweets that contain a self-reference are retweeted less than those that don’t.
Focus on delivering value, being useful to your audience and do not make it all about YOU.
19. FOCUS ON POPULAR CONTENT
When asked what type of content they like to retweet, respondents of one study indicated that they are most likely to retweet (these are in order of popularity):
20. TALK ABOUT TWITTER
People are more likely to retweet if your post mentions Twitter, as opposed to another social network
21. SAY THANKS
Manners do matter!
People appreciate the recognition so posting a message thanking the people who have reposted your messages goes a long way in building the retweet relationship.
22. USE THESE MOST RETWEETED WORDS IN YOUR TWEETS
Use the Most Retweeted Words In Your Tweets:
23. BE SOCIAL
It is called “social media' for a reason.
Respond to direct messages, retweets and interact with others who share content that you find engaging.
Building relationships is my ULTIMATE retweet tip… wouldn't you agree?
I hope you got a lot of value out of this post. If you did, please be sure to tweet this whole article by clicking the twitter share button either right next to or below this article, would you?
Until Next Time,
“Just a Regular Girl Going After Her Dreams”
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Do you have friends who are always posting about products they're selling?
Personally, I see my friends posting about MLM products all the time.
They're selling things like:
Trust me, there is NOTHING wrong with getting involved in a multi-level marketing (MLM) company — in fact, this business model is what has allowed me to quit my full-time insurance sales job and be able to stay home and take care of my mom.
But it does get obnoxious when all you talk about on Facebook is selling your latest wares.
Did you catch that?
It gets obnoxious when all you talk about on Facebook is selling your latest wares.
In fact, I've been a member of many MLM companies — and I've learned some hard lessons about what to do & not do when selling on Facebook.
Granted, I'm not saying I don't use Facebook to build my MLM company… in fact, that is where MOST of my leads come from….
I'll explain just HOW I do that in a little bit… but for now, let me provide 5 reasons why you should NOT start a Facebook page for your MLM business.
People love new opportunities.
So they naturally get pumped about the products, compensation plans & bonuses that MLMs offer.
This leads to them blasting out links on their Facebook profiles — annoying friends until somebody finally tells them to start a Facebook business page to reach more people.
Fair enough — better to do business on a page anyway, right?
So they start a page & ask friends to LIKE it — and then start posting about the product.
Good move, right?
WRONG! And here's why..
1. You'll Leave the Business
The statistics are startling — 80% of people of will quit their MLM.
Many people selling for MLM companies fizzle out after just 2 or 3 months.
They get bored, discouraged or just move on to other things.
But if you create a page for the product then bail on the business, any work you did on Facebook is made pointless.
Note: This is why it is SO IMPORTANT for distributors to be true believers of the products. Don't you agree?
2. MLM Parent Companies Go Out of Business
What if you build a page for your MLM operation — let's say a Scentsy page — and then the company goes out of business?
You're left with a Scentsy page with a few hundred Likes that you can't use.
You don't think that will happen to you? Well, for me, it has happened twice in the last 5 years… TWICE!
And if you have been in the MLM industry for at least 5 years, chances are, it has happened to you. Or at least you may have heard of other MLM companies going out of business.
Also, Facebook typically doesn't let you change the name of a page after the page receives a certain number of Likes.
The page you worked so hard on to get Facebook Likes is rendered useless.
3. MLM Company Doesn't Allow Facebook Pages
Setting up such a page could result in a reprimand — or a cease & desist letter!
Dive into your distributor agreement to see if you can use the company name & logo online. The number of MLM businesses that prohibit this may shock you.
Facebook's terms of service even state that if you're not an official representative of a company you can't run a page in the company's name:
A Page for a brand, entity (place or organization), or public figure may be administered only by an authorized representative of that brand, entity (place or organization) or public figure (an “official Page”).
4. Creates Confusion
Imagine if they & all the other MLM'ers had Facebook pages about their businesses!
Can anyone say “brand confusion”?
“Who is the official Scentsy sales rep?”
“Can I buy from any of them since they all sell the same products?”
Too many pages about the same thing dilute brands & create confusion for consumers.
5. You're Branding the Company, Not YOU!
Cortney Scott submitted the Scentsy page mentioned above for me to review. While I think her cover photo looks great, Cortney is wasting her time with this page.
Besides her name on the page, do you see Cortney branding herself with the cover photo & profile image?
She's branding Scentsy.
Great for Scentsy, bad for Cortney!
When another Scentsy rep appears on Facebook, those who have Liked Cortney's page will probably LIKE that new page as well.
Now who do they buy from???
And what happens if Cortney leaves Scentsy?
How Should MLM Distributors Market Products On Facebook?
Ideally, MLM products shouldn't be sold on Facebook.
Because after a few posts you've annoyed everyone & no one wants to talk to you — and I say this from experience.
You may not see negative comments on your posts — but gradually you'll notice fewer people interacting with the page.
Probably because fans are hiding your posts from their news feed.
As an MLM distributor, if you're going to market your business on Facebook, here are some tactful tips for getting the word out:
And whatever you do, DO NOT SELL!
The MLM distributors who are most successful on Facebook never rely on a sales pitch.
Instead they are powerful networkers & conversationalists who share positive thoughts & energy with their communities.
Success without the Sales Pitch
Many of the MLM industry's most successful players do this incredibly well.
People like Ray Higdon, Mike Hobbs, Tanya Aliza, Mike Healy & Eric Worre — I honestly couldn't tell you what products they sell.
They provide enough value for their fans that others chase them — not the other way around.
Create a presence online where people ask you what you do for a living — instead of assailing your fans with 15 promotional posts each day!
Save the sales pitches for private messages (after others get the conversation rolling).
Success in the MLM industry comes from building one-on-one relationships, which is difficult when you're just blasting Facebook posts asking fans to buy your products.
Instead of pushing your products all the time, try branding yourself as a motivational speaker, trainer or coach.
Keep posts on your Facebook page light-hearted, positive & motivational.
Use posts that capture emails. Then send these folks info about your products after they join your mailing list.
Never try to sell your product on your Facebook page.
Instead, compel people to ask you what you do.
How It Has Worked For Me
My MLM company is in the anti-aging niche. I provide beauty and health tips to women ages 40-65.
I currently have over 2,300 fans and have generated over 5,000 leads from my Facebook Page!
But not only that, I have sold thousands of dollars worth of products, over 30 people have joined as a distributor and my team has grown to over 3,000 reps!
So What do You Think?
Was that too harsh?
Do you know anyone who has experienced long-term success selling MLM products on Facebook?
Sound off in the comments — and please share this with your MLM colleagues.
Until Next Time,
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You think Facebook is dead? Think again.
Facebook is one of the big movers in paid advertising, but overall the pie is getting bigger as the move from traditional advertising to digital accelerates. What does that mean to you?
According to emarketer By 2017, when US digital display ad expenditure will reach $37.36 billion, Facebook and Twitter together will account for 33.7% of the market, up from 30.2% this year!
For me, I LOVE LOVE LOVE advertising on Facebook. It allows me to capture targeted leads… I'm talking ULTRA targeted… for pennies a click!
Here is a graph to provide a quick visual reference of the projected growth of digital advertising.
The projected growth in mobile is nearly 300%!
As you consider your business’ social media ad strategy, think about these 23 unforgettable facts about Facebook advertising. You just might be inspired to try something new with your next Facebook ad!
1. There are more than 2 million active advertisers on Facebook
That means advertising is more consistent and competitive than ever, and ads with high quality content and appeal will rise to the top. (February 2015)
2. Over 700 million users visit Facebook on mobile each day
The number of mobile users is only growing. Even if your Facebook ad is pristine, be sure links out to your website are mobile-friendly. (2015)
3. Mobile makes up 66% of Facebook’s advertising revenue, up from 49% one year ago
This number will undoubtedly be even larger next time around. Take advantage of this growing market of mobile users! (October 2014)
4. Users bought $234 million worth of virtual goods and gifts on Facebook over a quarter
During Q2 of 2014, Facebook users proved they are not shy about utilizing Facebook in their online spending. (July 2014)
5. Targeting Facebook ads by custom audiences mean lower CPCs
On average, if you target your ad by a custom audience rather than by category or interest, cost-per-click is 14% lower, and cost-per-conversion is 64%. (October 2013)
6. 21% of fans Like a page to do research on that business’ goods or services
Your Facebook page can be an educational tool to help users understand your product. Take advantage of this space where you can speak directly to the customer! (July 2013)
7. “Socially devoted” brands receive 3.5 times more user interaction than non-devoted brands
A term coined by Socialbakers, a “socially devoted” brand has open communication with their fans, responds to user-posted questions at least 65% of the time, and in a timely fashion. (September 2014)
8. 41% of fans Like a page to receive regular updates from a brand
Your brand’s Facebook page is your direct channel to keep customers in the loop about the business. Post on a frequent schedule so you can maintain your fans. (July 2013)
9. Facebook boosts visibility for the last 50 pages a fan interacts with
The site keeps track of the 50 most recent pages a user has engaged with and boosts those pages’ content on the user’s News Feed. It’s important to be one of those last 50 pages, so post consistently! (February 2014)
10. About 75% of a post’s total engagement will happen within its first 5 hours
Time your Facebook posts well, and make use of the scheduling feature. Post quality content when your users are likely to be online. (August 2013)
11. Posts using emoticons receive higher rates of engagement
By inserting emoticons into posts, you can humanize your brand, yielding rates that are 57% higher in “Likes”, 33% higher in shares, and 33% higher in comments. Decide if using emoticons is appropriate for your brand voice! (2013)
12. Facebook’s algorithm prioritizes Facebook videos on users’ News Feeds
If you plan to make a video post, make sure it is hosted on Facebook! Videos hosted on Facebook are prioritized to make up 30% of a user’s News Feed. (January 2015)
13. Facebook video plays are increasing 758% year over year
This is likely thanks to Facebook’s Autoplay feature – users are sticking around to watch the video, and as a result, user engagement with video posts has increased. (April 2014)
14. Asking a question at the end of your post yields a 100% increase in comments over posts with a question in the middle of the post
If you pose a question to users to make your post more interactive, put the question at the end of the post so users feel invited to take part in a conversation with the brand! (January 2013)
15. 35% of Facebook fans Liked a page specifically to compete in a contest
Contests can be a great way to grow your fan base quickly. After drawing in new fans, post engaging content so they stay after the contest is over. (December 2013)
16. Approximately 70% of monthly users in the U.S. and Canada are connected to a local business
Users want to connect social media networks with their communities, so local businesses can cater to users’ wants while increasing their customer engagement. (April 2013) – If you have apartment communities in Mason and Loveland and want more exposure, connecting with residents through Facebook would be a great option!
17. There are now more than 40 million active small business Pages on Facebook
For small businesses operating on a budget and limited connections, Facebook is the perfect way to reach out to customers and grow your market. (April 2015)
18. One out of four people who use Facebook to write complaints to brands expect a response within the hour
If your business has a small social media team, this may not be possible. Still, be diligent of what customers ask on your brand’s Facebook page. (2013)
19. Ad clicks are increasing 70% year over year, and ad click-through rates are increasing 160%
This is promising news for Facebook advertisers. If you can provide the quality content, you have a good chance of getting users to your site! (April 2014)
20. 78% of fans use a brand before they Like the page
People typically feel more comfortable engaging with a brand after they are familiar with it. Find ways to motivate potential customers to Like your page. (July 2013)
21. Shorter posts receive 60% more engagement
If a text post is more concise (limited to 250 characters or fewer), users are more willing to commit the time to engaging with your content. (December 2013)
American Relocation Connections was able to generate amazing interaction with this simple yet effective post about Warren Buffet.
22. Friday is the best day for users to post, like and comment on social media
Maybe it’s that Friday afternoon slump! More than any other day of the week, users are most likely to engage with your posts at the end of the workweek. (April 2014)
23. Photos account for 93% of user engagement activity on Facebook
Over text-only posts, photo posts account for 53% more likes, 104% more comments, and 84% more click-thrus! Make your photos personal, hi-res, and powerful. (December 2013)
What Does This Mean to You And Me?
Facebook advertising is essential to any business or brand trying to reach out to customers. Well-targeted Facebook ads can bring in new fans and retain old customers in the same post, and a great Facebook ad can build your brand’s credibility and web presence.
The more fascinating facts and tricks you learn about Facebook advertising, the better you can understand how to use Facebook to your business’ benefit!
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To Facebook, information is everything. The more information it has on you, the more money it can make from advertisers who want to target you. So it's no surprise Facebook is always going to encourage you to share as much information as possible.
Unfortunately, there are just some things you shouldn't share online. These things can put you in danger of identity theft, losing your job or causing other major trouble.
I’m going to cover four of the biggest offenders you should just leave alone.
It's a good idea to avoid having your home or cellphone numbers on your Facebook page. Prank callers, stalkers and even identity thieves can use this information to ruin your day.
Not only that, but people who have your cellphone number, which isn't hard to find online, can use it to search for you on Facebook. This means that any number of weirdos can get access to your Facebook page's information.
One security researcher, Reza Moaiandin, took it a step further and found he didn't even need to know a specific phone number. He wrote a script to generate every possible number in the U.S., U.K. and Canada.
Then he submitted the numbers to Facebook and got back information from millions of profiles that had poor privacy settings. If he had wanted to, he could have turned around and sold the information on the black market to hackers who build and sell “fullz” or packages of identity information.
If you do give your phone number to Facebook, say to turn on two-factor authentication, you should be sure to hide it in your profile:
Now no one can see your phone number, and it won't show up in searches.
Almost any person trying to steal your identity, or rob your house, could take advantage of knowing your home address. Be sure that none of that information is visible anywhere on your Facebook profile.
Follow the directions in the last section to get into the “Contact and Basic Info” section of your profile information.
Look for “Neighborhood,” and if there's an address there click the “Edit” link next to it and wipe out the information. Then click “Save Changes.”
Creating An Event
One other place you might not think about your address being is under events. If you create an event, it will likely have your address so people know where to go. If that accidentally gets set to Public, then anyone can see it.
Either delete the event right after it happens, or tell people attending to message you for the address.
Be sure to check back through your history to get rid of any old events or posts that have your address in them.
Including your relationship status on your Facebook page just invites awkwardness.
Won’t the number of “likes” that you might get from people after you change your status from “married” to “it's complicated” creep you out?
Certain relationship statuses are also a draw for cyberstalkers. At one point, there was even a Facebook app that would notify you if friends you flagged changed their relationship status to “single.”
Don't forget the scammers out there who specialize in sweetheart scams. They use social media, email and dating sites to create a romantic connection with you and then swindle you out of money. You don't want them to see that you're single on Facebook and get ideas.
It's easier to just remove your relationship status entirely. Let people find out about changes in your relationship naturally and not passively acknowledge your relationship status by “likes” and comments
5. YOUR PAYMENT INFORMATION
Facebook is free, but it still wants your credit card number. Adding your financial information lets you buy gift cards and other products straight through the website. How convenient!
Of course, one of the best ways to accidentally get your credit card charged for something could be to leave your Facebook profile open on your home computer.
A small family member or “joking” friend at your home could use it to spend money on something straight through Facebook. You don't want that to happen, do you?
Note: If you are paying to promote Facebook Ads, that is in a totally different section, your ads manager.
So what do you think? Is there anything you would add to this?
Be sure to share this on Twitter and Facebook if you think others could benefit from this information.
“Just a Regular Girl, Going After Her Dreams”
And if that's the case, you may be doing one of these three things I discuss below.
How do I know?
Because I did these myself…. it wasn't until after I got the proper training that I realized I was promoting my business all wrong!
Now, I have people buying my products almost daily and joining my network marketing business. In 18 months, my team has grown to over 3,000 distributors!
Here are my TOP 3 Mistakes Network Marketers make online and that you shouldn't either.
1. NO SPAMMING
Never, EVER ever ever ever ever, without exception no matter what…did I say…NEVER? NEVER send or post an unsolicited link to your product or opportunity, anywhere, anytime ever! It just annoys people and tarnishes your credibility and will not provide long term success.
You need to posture-up a little. If your prospect is not prepared to have a conversation with you, don't throw a Hail Mary pass (I explain in the video). Wait until they make themselves available. You WILL thank me for this one day.
2 BRANDING YOUR COMPANY INSTEAD OF YOURSELF
First of all, you are making yourself a nameless, faceless rep and any success you have serves to build up the company's brand and NOT yours! So what happens to you and your biz if the company fizzles or you decide that it's not a good fit for you?
Secondly, if you post your company name on your social media pages, you are essentially giving away the end of the movie before your prospects even see it! You've eliminated the mystery.
Thirdly, now your prospect is going to Google the company name themselves, form their own opinions based on their own preconceived ideas and beliefs and you will not be there to guide them whatsoever!
Now, if they decide to buy a product or sign up as a rep they can very easily just do it themselves and cut YOU out of the process!
NOT good, right?!!?
Find someone who can help you learn to BRAND yourself! Only then do you maintain control of your business and building YOUR dream.
3. NOT FOLLOWING UP
You've heard the expression, “the fortune is in the follow-up”, right? It is so, so true and yet the majority of marketers fail to engage regularly with their followers and do not follow-up adequately either.
it is critical that we actually network and foster relationships with people on an ongoing basis.
As marketers, we need to learn about them, find out what their frustrations are and try as best we can to provide solutions to their problems. You see, none of this is really about us at all..it's about them!
Go out there and forge some bonds, ok???
Watch the live Periscope I did that discusses this in more detail (and towards the end, I share a couple secret strategies I use to forge good relationships with my audience even more).
Here’s what you need to do to get started:
1. Sign up for the FREE 10 Day Attraction Marketing Boot Camp Training Series. You will discover the secrets of Attraction Marketing that will show you how to become a leader in your company and how to create an endless supply of leads. CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR TRAINING SERIES NOW!
2. Connect with me. You can do that by connecting with me on Facebook (click here) or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Always be telling your story… your “WHY”… Why?
Well, because you want people to connect with you, right?
When people connect with you on a heart-to-heart level, they will be MUCH more receptive to what you have to offer.
I'm getting new followers pretty much on a daily basis (at least I HOPE so!)… and they may NOT know my story.
Plus, it's a great way to remind your current followers why you are here (and why you are not going away).
Here's how I made my YouTube and Facebook background template for all my Periscope shows.
Watch this full tutorial to see how you can make one too. You'll need good photo and video editing software. I use Canva and Wondershare Filmora.
Pretty Cool Stuff, huh?
Here is how to create the pop-up on your YouTube channel… CLICK HERE
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