I recently wrote a post about how if you have to choose only one social media tool as a direct seller, Facebook is probably a good choice.
A large majority of your target market is probably already on Facebook, and it’s a great way to reach people who may be interested in buying, hosting, or joining your direct sales business. It’s primarily a relationship-building tool, however, and not a direct marketing tool. You build relationships on Facebook so that later you have the opportunity to market more directly, once someone has opted in.
If you decide that Facebook is the tool for you, it is important that you don’t become “that girl” or “that guy” on Facebook. You know the one I mean. The one who makes every status update a pitch for her or his business. The one that everyone learns about the “hide” button in Facebook for.
So here’s my list of Annoying Facebook-ers, Direct Sales Style. Don’t be one of these! >> Full Article