Facebook Etiquette for Network Marketers

Facebook Marketing can be a wonderful way of getting leads. First here is look at Facebook Marketing etiquette.

Facebook Marketing Etiquette

1) Send a message to people when you friend them. You may think they know you, but what if they have forgotten you?

2) Always message people when you friend them. Yes, it’s that important.

3) Do not put your opportunity or affiliate links on someone else’s wall. This is a great way to make people mad and block you.

4) Don’t put your links in your let’s be friend message. I know most people will not friend you if you do.

5) Remember Facebook is like a party. Would you like it if someone at a party walked up to you and told you to join their business? And if you would, don’t do it to someone else. It’s weird and you give Network Marketing a bad name.

Develop Relationships.

Be genuinely interested and get to know people.  Share things about yourself.  If an opportunity presents itself, ask the person if they would like info. Don’t give them a link! It turns people off. Ask if they’d like one.

Help people out. If someone has a question you can answer, answer it.

Join Groups on Facebook.  But please don’t just put opportunity or affiliate links in them. Share content. Most people will ignore links or opportunities randomly thrown into the content.  Be yourself, and wait for opportunities to present themselves.

More later.




Protect your Blog!

Here is what I learned from Galin Morgigno:

6 Best WordPress Security Plugins List

No. 1 – WP Security Scan Secure Scan strengthens the security for your WordPress installation by scanning your site for security vulnerabilities and suggesting methods in which your can fix the problem.

No. 2 – WP MalWatch WP-MalWatch is a WordPress security plugin scanner designed to help alert you when hackers have been at work inside your blog. When hackers infiltrate a blog, the first thing they do is plant hidden files, disguised and malicious in various directories. Their goal is to litter your WordPress installation and theme with links to their sites.

No. 3 – WP Secure WP Secure plug-in provides secure WordPress installation by hiding your WordPress plug-in directory and version from non-admin users or visitors. Hackers normally use this information to hack there way into a blog, so by adding this plug-in you can maximize your website blog security.

No. 4 – Website Defender WordPress Security The Website Defender WordPress Security plug-in is a free and comprehensive security tool that helps you secure your WordPress installation and suggests corrective measures for: strengthening passwords, securing file permissions, security of the database, version hiding, WordPress admin protection and lots more.

No. 5 – Akismet Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not and lets you review the spam it catches under your blog’s “Comments” admin screen. Akismet comes pre-installed with WordPress, although you’ll need to apply for an API key to use it. You can do this through Akismet’s options panel in the Dashboard.

No. 6 – BackWPUp BackWPUp is a truly excellent plugin that can back up both your files and database, then send them to multiple locations such as Amazon S3, FTP, Dropbox etc. You can select exactly what folders and tables you want to backup, and also schedule automatic backups. A truly handy plugin that is free.

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This is my very first blog post.  I am sure I will make mistakes, so bare with me.  

My intent for this blog is to relay information that I have learned…..and will learn in the future to other network marketers.  I have been involved with network marketing for 6 years now and I have learned many things.  I will share these things with you here.  

One of the first elements of being successful is to be organized.  Set up a place to work.  Set a goal for how many hours a week or day you want to work and stick to it!  Be accountable to yourself, for you are your own boss!

More to come later.



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