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Connecting in Facebook Groups

Going through some of the work from home groups on Facebook, it seems that we have gotten away from connecting with others and have resorted to a “drop, run, and hope for a lead” strategy. Some marketers don’t realize that people buy from those they know, like, and trust, not those who leave a vague link in a group filled with nameless faceless individuals.When I see those links flying through the pages, I have to ask, if you don’t engage me, how can I know you? If I don’t know you, how can I like you? If you are being fake and dishonest and I don’t like you, how can I trust you? After all of that, why would I buy from you or join you in your business venture?

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As a marketer, you should try to show others who you are as a person because people join people, not businesses….well, unless you’re Avon. People join Avon.

If you don’t know how to engage others who you are trying to prospect, here are a few questions I ask a person who expresses interest in working from home.This list is not all inclusive, but it is a place to start when qualifying a person to work with you. Also, they could help you build relationships and, to me, that is the most important part of Network marketing.
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-What interests you?
-Are you looking to work for someone else or do you want to work for yourself?
-Would you like to do Internet or Network marketing?
-Are you willing to help others succeed?
-What type of investment are you willing to make in order to start a business?
-How much do you want to make weekly, monthly, yearly?
-How much time do you want to or have to devote to your business?
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Again, this list is not all inclusive, but it is a start. What other questions could be asked when qualifying a business partner? Please, feel free to leave them in the comments section below.
P.S. To get tips on how to successfully market your business on Facebook, check out the system that got me started.
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