May 28, 2017

Weekly Facebook Wrap-Up [August 15-20]

How Many Of You Use Facebook To Prospect?

How Many Of You Use Facebook To Prospect?

Learn how to recognize, interest and attract the people who will become your biggest business builders.

With 48 comments, this is one hot thread. Lots of juicy nuggets of experience to glean from this thread at my Facebook business page. Read what others have to say, and add your own comment here.

Money Producing Activities

Money Producing Activities:

  1. Creating a reason for people to be “interested” to talk about your business.
  2. Call your leads on the phone.
  3. Follow up with your leads.

Read More About 3 Different Ways to Follow Up with Your Leads

Question Of The Week

Thursday at 5:23pm

How Many Times Should You Follow Up With Leads (after a presentation)?

Question,
Hi Ann Sieg, how many times should you follow up with leads (aftrer a presentation), when they go MIA, AWOL & underground (ie. Mobile swithced off – day after day)?

Answer,
That’s a great question.

I recommend people set up a SOP (standard operating procedure) for following up with leads. In this way you can best measure and gauge your results.

The most leveraged form of follow up is an autoresponder series of emails. This can go on for some time. In this way they have the option to “opt out” or they stay in your email sequence and when the opportunity is right they “convert”.

Second to that is phone follow up. I have a team that helps me with that. But “back in the day” I typically did three voice messages. Each one varying as I touched on different angles of information (emotional hot buttons).

My belief about prospecting is that it is a two way street.

I look for mutual steps of commitment. I like to assign people specific action steps. “You do this” and “I’ll do that”. It should not be all weighted on me. I am not chasing people. This is part of positioning. I have something you need (solution to your problem). If you want it then you must do this necessary action. Spoon feeding every step of the way leads to weak atrophied entrepreneurs.

Preceding all of this is, of course, a well oiled marketing system.

Sales and marketing are always joined at the hip. Your marketing system should do the vast majority of the sifting and sorting for you. So YOU take on more of a customer service role. “May I take your order please?” :)

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Have a great week,


Ann Sieg

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Ann Sieg is the CEO of 80/20 Marketing, Inc. She's the author of The Renegade Network Marketer, The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing & The Attraction Marketer's Manifesto. I'm inviting you to connect with me. I love feedback. All of it. So let's have an intelligent helpful conversation to help you become more profitable in your business. Leave a comment below.

Comments

  1. Hi Ann,

    Awesome, awesome note here: “Spoon feeding every step of the way leads to weak atrophied entrepreneurs.”

    We attract folks, we don’t chase them, for what we chase, flees. Positioning yourself tells others you would enjoy working with them but you sure as heck aren’t desperate enough to chase them, and offer all types of stuff without a clear and direct call to action.

    Thanks for sharing Ann.

    RB

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