Believe it or not, the world’s largest and most popular time wasting website in history can actually help make you more money than you ever imagined – but only if you use it right!
Yes, your reading that correctly.
When you take advantage of all the leverage that Facebook has to offer, and applying that leverage to your business, to your career, and to your financially focused network you are able to supercharge your net worth in ways that you may never have been able to imagine before – all easier than most people would have ever thought possible.
Sound too good to be true?
Take advantage of these tips and tricks on your own to find out first hand just how powerful they can be to your bank account and your bottom line!
Create an appealing Facebook profile for the people you want to network with
Rapport is the name of the game when you are looking to establish your network, and that means that you have to share at least a handful of different things in common with those that you want to connect with – and that’s where building out an appealing and attractive Facebook profile for business is concerned.
Sure, you’re going to want to make sure that your social media profile on this platform is still as social as possible (this is, after all, why people still come to Facebook and not linked in, for example) but you want to be sure that you show the success you’ve been able to enjoy, share news about your endeavors and your partnerships, and that you are creating content designed to cultivate new relationships with people that you want to network with.
Send out the first message
It is really, really challenging to create a network on social media – especially Facebook – if you take the Field of Dreams approach.
Believe us – if you build it, they may or may not come!
Rather than sit back on your haunches and hope for the best after you make your Facebook profile live you want to start looking for the kinds of people that you’d like to network with on this platform, sending them friend requests only after you send a message introducing yourself, explaining why you are interested in connecting with them, and (ideally) providing them with some value right off the top.
Yes, this is going to take a little more time than spamming the “Friend” button on Facebook but it’s going to provide you with a much higher quality network in the long run and give you the opportunity to connect with some pretty influential people.
Show that you can take initiative, show that you are willing to take risks, and show that you have something to bring to the table. When you are creating a network (on Facebook or anywhere else, for that matter) you have to show others that you are worthwhile dealing with him interacting with, and that you have more to offer them then they have to give you.
Takers never succeed with networking – it’s Givers that knock it out of the park!