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Mar
28

Does Your Facebook Marketing Annoy People?

MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE! www.marieforleo.com Facebook marketing is important for any business and it’s even MORE important that you don’t annoy people by constantly posting promotional messages for your business…especially if your Facebook “friends” are made up of non-business contacts. In this video you’ll learn my take on Facebook marketing and how not to be annoying. I also talk about Facebook in general and that if you’re going to do Facebook marketing at all, you’re much better off having separate pages – one for your business and one for your personal life. Lastly, I talk about how I use Facebook in my business and the general rules I keep in mind for posts, promotions, etc. to avoid annoying people. Today’s Tweetable clicktotweet.com If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly business and life advice at www.marieforleo.com And if you’re interested in more videos on how to deal with sticky situations like this one, check out our YouTube playlist on that exact topic here www.youtube.com Thanks for watching! marieforleo.com Our channel: www.youtube.com

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  1. tommyisastrategist says:

    One of the great tools you can use for this too is called payvement, it’s a facebook storefront.

    If you can afford to, also take out facebook ads, and target people in your local area, who are interested in things like “food” “cooking” “family” etc.

    That way, you’re reaching local people (that you could consult with) who are going to be the most qualified to want what you have to sell 🙂

  2. ethanlee83 says:

    One of the most annoying things a friend’s business has done to me on Facebook was to tag me in their product photos. O Great! Now when my friends or friends-to-be click on “Photos of Ethan”, they’re gonna see me as some contact lenses. Definitely a big NO to this strategy for me.

  3. anniebenac says:

    This is great, I always felt sheepish about ‘spamming’ my friends, but as long as they know what the page is about, I can share much more because it is a page dedicated to my pursuits.

  4. EJPcreations says:

    This is a constant topic for me and my colleagues. It’s always to difficult to get the right mix to keep your fans interested without annoying them.

  5. smartfoxes says:

    Great tips on Facebook marketing 🙂

  6. agnesmelissa says:

    Hi there! Heard about you from Amy Porterfield’s “thanks for the shout out” comment on FB. Watched your video and damn you’re fabulous! You’ve got a new subscriber out of me 😉 Great advice too BTW!

  7. WealthWithVitoria says:

    @joanyperez Hey, Good to see you here Joany!!! 🙂

  8. WealthWithVitoria says:

    I loved the dress also 🙂 Fantastic as all of your videos Marie!

  9. 44yyBBaakk says:

    thanks!good job!
    i am sure you can answer every question you are sent)

  10. webbullie says:

    Good advice listen to her…

  11. joanyperez says:

    I love Martes!!! 

  12. 514films says:

    Just got your e-mail with the link to the video – what a great way to start a Tuesday!

  13. aimfullyaims says:

    I love that tweet!

  14. PeaceUdo says:

    I really don’t have advice about facebook except seeing a fan page that is not active (no one posts, no one likes or comments on your posts) annoys me and I usually unlike it unless I’m really digging the company.

  15. PeaceUdo says:

    “or they’ll unfriend you” LOL! Some friends…

  16. Cachinans19 says:

    Make a facebook profile for your business (or a regular website) and add it to your interests on facebook. That way it shows your association and promotes what you do without being obtrusive.

  17. duncan559 says:

    Your hair is really beautiful in this video, Marie!

  18. kgstiles says:

    Be Real, the #1 thing people respond to.

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