12 Potentially Controversial FB Rules for maximum impact and engagement

By Jennifer Hall | Client Attraction

Aug 21
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  1. Don't post and run! This also counts for value posts too. Frankly, I find it annoying when I see posts in my group from people who love the sound of their own value but refuse to engage on anyone else's posts! (PS I've been guilty of this in the past... no ivory tower over here) 
  2. Network! BE part of a group, not an empty number! Build a relationship with the leader of the group and support them. Build relationships with the other 'hell yeah' members of the group. Actually involve yourself in a discussion. A like or a heart doesn't cut it. (also guilty in the past) 
  3. Get to know the ethos and mission of the group! Post relevant value in line with it that respects the leader. If the group or the leader is not in alignment with your values or isn't relevant or valuable to you... get outta there! 
  4. Be respectful but strong and stand in your truth! You'll be respected and NOTICED for it. 
  5. Remember there is no competition only collaboration! Carve your own corner of the world and stand together in strength. 
  6. Be mindful of the traffic in the group! If it's a quiet group don't spam four messages in a row, it's not necessary and it's annoying... if it's a very busy group it may be able to cope with more... but don't dilute your message. Quality over quantity. 
  7. Tell your reader/viewer what you want them to do next! Make sure there is a point behind what you're sharing. Memes and generic inspirational messages without relevance to your zone of genius/message is a NO! 
  8. Know your mission and your message and make sure your posts are in alignment! Inconsistent and mixed messages cause more harm than you realise! 
  9. Hang out and network in groups where your Ideal Client hangs out! Obvious but it does involve stepping outside your comfort zone. 
  10. Introduce yourself and stay engaged and connected! Ask for help or for an opinion and start engaging early! 
  11. Only promo where you're allowed to promo and make it obvious! In the words of Jessica Lorimer - 'if you're going to sell, SELL!' 
  12. Your primary purpose should be to serve and support! Make sure you do because you'll be loved for it and you'll attract the right people!

About the Author

Jen Hall is Business Clarity Coach for Coaches, Consultants & Experts who want to become Unrivalled Go-To Experts. Jen not only gets you clear on your micro-niche, message and what makes you unique and desirable, but she helps you to define what makes you an irrefutable offer to the market so you can position yourself as a high-end 'must have' option for your prospects. She is a Multi-Award Winning Speaker and Best Selling Author of Expert Unrivalled.