Sample Social Media Marketing Plan For Mlm

Social Networking Sites, right now, are some of the best places to build your Network Marketing business, if you know how. The advertising is completely free, and it is often many times more effective than some of the paid advertising methods. I’ve had between 5-10 people a day coming to my website, or contacting me about my business, from Facebook alone. Our Sample Social Media Marketing Plan for MLM will cover Facebook, as an example, but these same strategies can be applied to other social media sites as well. Revealed for the first time, here is the list of my TOP TEN FACEBOOK STRATEGIES.

1) GET A LIST: Our sample social media marketing plan begins with creating a list of 100 or more Network Marketing companies. Why? This tutorial is to short to cover the entire theory on this topic, but suffice it to say that current network marketers will be your absolute best target market. Yes, they already have a biz op. But if you can help other network marketers reach their goals, you will often be the only person in the industry who has, and, if you follow my guidelines, a percentage of them will come to you asking to join your business. That’s right, no more chasing leads, they will ask to join you! Your next best target market will be people actively seeking business opportunities. You can find them in groups with more general topics like “entrepreneur,” or “work from home,” and big names in the industry like “Robert Kiyosaki,” or “Donald Trump.” If you don’t know where to get a list, e-mail me at kevinthomasmarketing@yahoo.com, and I’ll send you one.

2) JOIN GROUPS: Search for six Facebook groups a day related to each company, or name, on the list. Join them and check them off as you go. Don’t join to many a day, or do to much of anything in the same day, on Facebook. They have much stricter rules than sites like Myspace had.

3) POST: Post a short advertisement on the Wall of each group you joined. You can be creative here, but follow these guidelines: a) don’t market your business opportunity at first, b) provide useful information, c) don’t be to salesy, and d) keep it short. You can market your biz op after you build a relationship with them. Trust me on this, if you lead with your biz op, this sample social media marketing plan will be a complete waste your time. I explain the reason for this in greater detail in some of my other trainings. Add a link
Author: Kevin Thomas
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