How great would it be to have 5 new customers signing up every month?
I speak to people close to quitting and they all say, “I post every day like I’m told to and no one comments or likes my posts.” It’s gutting for them because they’ve had promises it’ll all come from posting on social media.
That’s not the case and makes me irritated whenever I see posts claiming that.
Here are 6 reasons why it’s difficult for you and a little help to get you going in the right direction.
Your current posts are giving out the wrong vibe.
Asking for a certain amount of people who are wanting a particular result isn’t seen as helpful. In fact, people are seeing desperation and desperation is not attractive.
Posts packed with emojis and facts are not authentic and not inspiring. It looks and is something that is copy and pasted from a secret team group.
You need to give the impression that you are thoughtful and proactive, these posts are lazy. They have a boring vibe. That the person behind the post is only interested in doing things that need minimal effort. This will be assumed reflection of your customer service skills. So, be mindful of the effort you put into your posts as this will always be a direct reflection of you.
You’ve made friends with too many people in MLM.
The rule is this. When you start your mlm business you need to add some new friends. Usually, these are people that are in mlm already, this means you won’t get anyone’s full attention. Why? Because they are all online with their own agendas. It’s kind of like watching 30 monkeys fight over 1 banana and they don’t care who the hungriest monkey is.
You’re using your profile page for the wrong posts.
Using your profile page and not a business page with its built for purpose tools is a bit like drowning but refusing a life jacket. It doesn’t have to cost you hundreds. I often do ads for £1 a day and it does what it needs to do.
Your group is boring and stagnant.
This goes back to the posts that you are putting on your profile. Lazy, copied and pasted, not influencing or inspirational and not interactive enough. Sometimes the call to action isn’t clear for them so people aren’t sure what they are to do with the information you’ve put in front of them.
Niche is EVERYTHING in business. If you don’t know who you are aiming your posts at then you might as well go fishing in the sea with cake on your hook. Selling to everyone is selling to no one. An author knows who he is writing for connects with the right people. Imagine being a horror writer but only connecting with romance fans, sales won’t be great.
Because I’m a female with a face it does not mean you should be putting makeup products in front of me. Because I’m attending slimming world it does not mean I’m fair game for your shakes.
If you’re in your 20’s I doubt I have much in common with you because I’m almost 40.
I might not like your idea of great eyeshadow and 30 minutes in front of the mirror.
I might not be able to stomach shakes and quite happy with my Quorn sausages.
Try people that you have something in common with or understand their woes and problems.
You aren’t posting with purpose and picking a pain point.
Pain points are what your ideal customers are dealing with that are making them unhappy. If you can zone in on a pain point and create content that makes someone feel like you are talking directly to them, you’ll find customers.
As I said before, these will be explained in more detail in my private group.
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