What You'll Discover In This Episode:
3 Easy Ways to Increase Your Social Media Engagement
If you’re currently using social media to build your network marketing business, you’ll dig today’s quick start training.
In this training, you’ll discover my three easy ways to increase your social media engagement.
Once you increase engagement, good things happen. Your posts end up getting shown more to your followers.
It’s also great because people get to know more about you which starts building trust quickly.
And, the great thing is, you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on some social media training course.
What you’re about to see is fun and straightforward to do.
And within the next few hours, you could drum up your first prospect for the day.
Ok, let’s dive in...
Creating An Engagement Frenzy On Your Social Media Page
Here are the three simple things to do:
#1: Be consistent.
It starts with consistency. This means that you’re making a post on your social media at least once a day.
This means you’re posting on all your platforms, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
Pretty simple, right?
Ok, next is...
#2: Your post should be interesting.
A good question to ask yourself is this...
“Is my audience going to find this post interesting?”
When you make that post, note the engagement level you get from it.
Then study what’s working so you can repeat it. If the post got very little engagement, take note, so you don’t make this type of post again.
Another thing I recommend is to look at other people’s posts to see what your market is engaging with. This will give you some great ideas for types of posts that create engagement.
#3: Ask for engagement.
When I do a social media post, I’m asking for engagement at least 80% of the time if possible.
A straightforward way to do this is by asking a question.
If you want an answer, you simply need to ask. Asking questions is great for creating engagement.
Key Take-Aways That Boost Social Media Engagement
Remember, this does not need to be complicated.
You want to keep things simple when posting on social media.
Look at what other people are doing to create engagement and model them.
Keep a journal for your notes.
Don’t copy their post. Look at their idea and how they’re using it. Then model their framework, not the actual post itself.
If you copy the post, make sure you tag and give the person credit for their work.
Then expand your thoughts on their original post. This way, you’re adding value to their post, and your audience ends up with time well spent reading it.
Make sure you watch my video above because I go into a few more examples of this.
This episode, #135, it’s about “3 Easy Ways to Increase your Social Media Engagement.”
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