Getting to know someone takes a lot of discovery

by Angela Brooks

When you get to know someone, there’s a lot of discovery involved.

You find out about each other – and you look and listen for points of connection.

The same thing is true in social media marketing. There’s a period of getting to know one another. And the thought of trying to market to someone without taking the time to know them is just awful, in my book. It’s like being at that same party and meeting someone who just wants to talk about themselves and how great they are.

You’ve met “that person” at least once, I’m sure.
But do you want to be that person?

Of course not!

But when you connect with someone on social media and immediately bombard them with a link to your hot sale or new product or whatever, that’s exactly what you’re doing!
You can (and should) watch what people are talking about to get to know their likes and dislikes. However, there’s an better way you can get the big picture about the people who have liked your brand and others who are likely to be interested in your products or services.

We talk alot about this in the social media profits course and private facebook group. Get three days free with this link.

Angela Brooks is a retired nurse after 25 years in mental health. She used her lunch breaks to build her business part time on the night shift. Her car became a mobile university as she listened to business training, coaching calls on CD and phone webinars. She blogged while she was at her sons' baseball practices.

Click the image to get your copy

Three tips you can use during your lunch break to build your business part-time
 How to use the internet to build your part time business
Simple social media steps for the Part-time business owner
Use your 15-minute work breaks to build your brand

Previous post:

Next post: