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11 Responses to How To Advertise Your MLM On Facebook: The Big Picture…

  1. Jamella Biegel February 21, 2012 at 8:28 PM #

    Hi John,

    I am not enjoying a treat because I want to know how to advertise my MLM on Facebook :)

    I am having difficulty building my email list. I have a blog, I post at least twice a week, I am in 2 syndication tribes, and am getting comments on my posts. I suspect I need a better offer to get people to opt in and need to drive more traffic to my blog.

    The information you shared is helpful. Thanks!

  2. Val Heisey February 22, 2012 at 4:01 AM #

    Love this John! It is really important to use all methods to expand our business – only time gets in the way sometimes. Love your video!
    Val

    • johnmoussan February 22, 2012 at 5:03 PM #

      Hope it helps Val… let me know if I can help further.

  3. Lilach Bullock February 22, 2012 at 4:16 AM #

    Great video John:) I love Facebook and I love using it for my business. The key like anything is to offer value and not spam – then you will reap the rewards:)

  4. Terry Petrovick February 22, 2012 at 5:27 PM #

    Great explanation of how all this online marketing stuff ties together. Thanks for your leadership.

    As it relates to blogging every day doesn’t that take a lot of time? Maybe you could do a time management piece…?

  5. Sarah Reece February 29, 2012 at 12:12 AM #

    Hey John,

    That’s a very well-planned marketing strategy. Facebook is a great social medium for promoting one’s business, we but need to first brand ourselves well as you said and build good trust and relations, then it becomes much easier to pitch in with sales.

    Thanks for the great post!!

  6. Leonard Evenson March 8, 2012 at 6:00 AM #

    Firstly I want to thank John on sharing his tips and methods with us. Secondly, I’d like to answer Jamella’s comment: since you have a blog, the best and easiest way to build your email list is putting an opt-in form at the end of each post you write, there are great tools and plugins for that.
    I’m a small online business owner, and I am also noticing the power of Facebook. I am working on design and programming issues with my websites and Facebook pages, but since I’m a marketing specialist and not a designer, I work with freelance experts. I thought you’d appreciate it if I shared a little secret about hiring strangers online, because for most of us it sound very unsafe. There is a free employee monitoring software called Monkey Monitor that you and your employee instal onto your computer, it is a small program, so it won’t take up too much space, and it will send you both visual and numeric information about the activities of your freelance or regular employee, therefore can make sure they aren’t trying to scam you or waste your precious time.
    Thank you for providing us this platform to share ideas and information!
    Best wishes, Leonard

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