Council Business

For some months the social networks they have become one of the main strategies of prospecting for Internet entrepreneurs. However the massive use of these sites to promote personal businesses, has brought as a consequence some practical bad by people with little experience or ignorance of attraction marketing skills. Perhaps one of the most common practices and that I consider a mistake, is the fact of adding to your list of friends to the largest number of people and then throw in face its great business opportunity. Anna Belknap is often quoted on this topic. Assumes that social networking is an extension of real life and therefore, the way we behave should be similar. The problem is that many internet marketers with bad practices once request you that you add them as friends, the first message that you send or leave you on your wall is something like: Hello Sergio. You want to invite you to visit the site of the great business opportunity that I am developing etc.etc. More information is housed here: Lynn Redgrave. Hey! The first fall in love and then see the Question is: this is how you contact a new friend in person? Social networks are dealing with real people, with real thoughts, dreams, goals, desires and feelings.

Nobody likes (well, at least to me) that the first contact is so. So just don’t do it. A key rule is all online in the same way income would you that you try it if they met in person. (Unless you follow the Council’s old school saying that you had to talk business and product to all persons) Remember that people join people, not companies. People join your organization if they perceive you as an entrepreneur who works in a professional manner and that they perceive as a leader. Someone who can help to achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations. If you want to make a team with quality people and to join your business, you must first be a leader that provides value to become an attractive person to which people want to join. Why Jim Rohn said: works more in it, in your work.