Are you using Facebook to promote your network marketing business opportunity? Do you want to know the common mistakes network marketers do in Facebook? Do you want to know how to effectively use Facebook for your business opportunity?
Facebook is such a powerful tool for network marketers when used properly. However, there are many who abuses it. The result, most of the posts by professional network marketers are perceived as scam or spam.
Because of these mistakes and because of these abusive network marketers, Facebook is biased against network marketers and it labels network marketing as a get-rich-quick scheme, which we know is not true.
In this article, you will discover the kinds of posts that unsuccessful network marketers and scam artists are doing. These posts are too common yet damaging to the industry and you should be aware of them. If you are ready to learn more about what NOT to post on Facebook, read on.
1. Showing Images with Lots of Cash
I often see this in Facebook. How about you, do you have the same kind of experience?
Personally, I am against this practice because it shows how unprofessional you can become in network marketing. Businessmen don’t show their earnings publicly. Employees don’t. As a network marketer, why would you?
Some people want to recruit others because of them great desire for money.
Some people show their earnings to prove to everyone that it’s so easy to earn a lot of money in their business.
Some people show their cash online to show how quick it is to make money in their business opportunity.
If you experience this from someone, chances are, their business is not legitimate. It’s a red flag that their company or business opportunity is a scam.
It’s up to you if you want to join them or not.
2. Images of Posing with Cars
Similar to posting images with cash, some “network marketers” post images of them with “their cars.” The truth is, some of them posed with somebody else’s car.
It’s totally OK to buy a luxury car but inviting others to join you by showing images of luxury cars, in my opinion, is not a good practice in Facebook.
You will hurt your business. You will be treated as a scam artist.
3. Recruiting Publicly
“Hi, I am looking for a business partner who is driven, passionate, and (insert qualities) for a business opportunity that will change your life forever! PM me for details.”
Does this sound familiar to you?
Posting this kind of message publicly in Facebook hurts your business. People login to Facebook to get entertained, not recruited.
You don’t recruit publicly instead, you build relationships with people in Facebook. Once you have established a good relationship with them, which you sincerely did, you can invite them to take a look at your business opportunity.
Facebook is a great tool for your network marketing opportunity. Use it properly to accelerate your business. Avoid this common mistakes and become a network marketing professional.