When it comes to social media, having a professional and relateable social media presence is crucial for your business. You want to be seen as an authority in your field, and you also want people to enjoy your content, and come to know, like, and trust you. The best way to do that is with a Facebook fan page.
How do you prospect on social media without spamming family and friends and without sending out unsolicited business pitches to your whole friends list? Here are 3 proven ways to generate leads on Facebook.
Putting these 5 strategic steps into place can help you build a business that relies on skill instead of luck. Don't just play the "numbers game". Make your business about more than just shouting business pitches into the void.
Having fresh content on a consistent basis is absolutely crucial to getting massive engagement (or even any engagement) on social media. But who has time to post to Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and all the other platforms you're using multiple times a day? I know I sure don't.
As a network marketer, especially if you are building your business online, you need a way to stand out from the crowd. Adding value to the marketplace will help you to rise above the noise and turn you into a leader that people want to follow.
In MLM, it’s not what you know, or even who you know. It’s actually more about who knows you. If you’re at all serious, you’ve got a list of subscribers to your blog, an RSS feed, an email newsletter or other services. Whether you’ve got just 10 people on your list or 10,000, the object of the game is to build your list! So let's talk about how to make that list bigger and give your business the boost it needs.
This past May at the No Excuses Summit for online marketers, I had the pleasure of hearing Ray Higdon speak. The talk he gave was entitled 6 Secrets to Happiness and Millions.
These 6 secrets are especially helpful if you are in network marketing and want to build online.
Greg Gomez III is a 7-figure earner in the online space. How did he get there? Greg honed his craft as a master prospector and closer, in network marketing and in corporate sales, literally having made over 1 million soliciting cold calls, where he discovered 6 key questions to ask a prospect, which allowed him to frame any opportunity presentation and have a closing ratio of 90%.
How often have you wished that there was an easier way to prospect for your business than talking to everyone you know and everyone you meet? Once you’ve exhausted your 100 person list, or your warm market (i.e. people who know you), you are supposed to start cold market prospecting: talking to people in coffee shops, at the grocery store, in parks, etc., etc. But what happens if you are too busy raising kids to do much cold market prospecting?