Facebook Marketing- The 3 Hidden Rules for Facebook Success


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Marketing on facebook has been a very popular thing to blog about. In Social Media, Myspace and Facebook are the twin titans when it comes to social networking. But we have found that there are 3 rules that are hidden and you need to understand them. There are some great facebook authors as well out in the blogosphere, one being a friend, Mari Smith. She really gets the facebook workings and has some great content. She is a MUST read with facebook.

Most people market on facebook with the wrong focus, as well as the wrong actions. But if you adhere to these rules, you will find that facebook marketing is a whole lot easier than you thought. We have marketed successfully on facebook a lot of things- from webinars to ebooks- and have foudnthere are three things that made a huge difference.

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1) Approach facebook friends with an “I have something FOR YOU mindset, not an I want something from you.”

This is critical. If the person senses that you are there to TAKE from them, they will not only resist your message, but also possibly form a wrong opinion of you and your brand. You have a GIFT of Success or Encouragement, or Revelation, or just a great idea to share with people. That is a MUST.

Always GIVE first.

The word “GIVE” stands for “Gaining Influence Very Easily.” Enough said.

2) Always think CONNECTION, as people are looking to Connect with other people – who are interested in THEIR Interests.

Think TINY. “Their Interests NOT Yours.” Yes, I know. Acrostics went out years ago. Or did they? Either way, I use them if they work to prove a point. Think how you can CONNECT with people and ADD VALUE to their life, future, and passion.

We have a three step formual we teach– Here is a suimmary of it:

Connect–> Conversation–> Construct (a friendship.) THAT is critical on facebook.

3) The Words that build Influence Quickly-THANK YOU.

Thank people for befriending you. Thank people for sharing a note with you. Thank people for inviting you to a group. Thank people for inviting you to an event. Thank people for sharing a great status with you. Thank people for sharing photos with you in the newsfeed. Thank people when you comment on their news feed. And the list goes on and on. Thank people to make them think-of you.

Facebook Marketing begins with these three rules. Yes, you must learn the facebook software and all it has to offer-but keep these three rules in mind in your facebook marketing and social media success.

blessings…doug


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Doug Firebaugh
Doug Firebaugh is an in demand speaker, trainer, author, and successful entrepreneur that has, along with his wife Jodi, dedicated his life to helping people radically accelerate Success in their life. His training articles, blogs, and e-zines are read by more than one million people a month. He has helped over 10,000 people reach an annual income of more than $50,000 a year. His training products are shipped all over the world and he stays on the road every weekend teaching the Success Passion Message God has put in his heart. He is endorsed by Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, among many others and has shared the stage with a literal whose-who of the speaking industry, including Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, Mark Victor Hansen, Denis Waitley, Tommy Hopkins, Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, to name a few. A born again believer, Doug and Jodi give all the credit for any accomplishments to God. They live in Birmingham, Michigan. https://plus.google.com/113188396893218069278?rel=author
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One thought on “Facebook Marketing- The 3 Hidden Rules for Facebook Success

  1. I couldn’t agree more Doug. So many get on Facebook and just want to pitch their deal. They never think about the other person’s wants, interests, needs, or dreams.
    I have nothing against marketing a great product or service, but on Facebook, I get so tired of the messages and wall posts that do nothing but pitch.
    What I am doing is creating common interest groups and inviting people into the appropriate group. I then send the group a message about once a week, and I try to make it something that adds value, something of substance, like an inspirational message or a review of a great book.
    Thanks for your wonderful insights in the business world, especially in the area of networking.
    Sincerely, Glen Averill, Kansas City

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