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Facebook for network marketers is not always friendly.  Heck! It’s not always friendly for regular marketers! However there are ways that you can add a tremendous amount of value and build a loyal following on Facebook, as well as build an amazing team of dedicated reps.

How?  That’s a question that we’re going to explore on Periscope – the latest social media platform to deliver amazing content.  So this month on Periscope we’re going to unmask the ways in which others can grow their network marketing business on one of the hottest social media platforms out there and the paradox is that we’re going to use one of the newer social media platforms to accomplish this.  So essentially you’re going to get 2 for 1.  Ha!

Facebook  for Network Marketers doesn’t have to be so overwhelming

Facebook can be a gold mine for those network marketers who are willing to take their time to explore how to do it right.  Some of the things that you can do as a network marketer on Facebook that could lead to success in your home business are as follows:

Build an authority SEO fan page  – So what exactly does this means?  This means that you have thoroughly optimized and utilized every aspect of your fan page effectively.  And if you have not now is the time to do so.

Facebook is a high ranking, high authority website.  When you “Google” your name the first thing that will come up most likely is your Facebook Page.  Now imagine the possibilities of what this would look like when you optimize a Fan Page for a particular key word.

Therefore one of the first things you want to do when optimizing your Facebook Fan Page is:

Choose the right name!  Yes.  You want to make sure your keyword is utilize in your Facebook Fan Page Name.

The next thing you will want to do is:  Pick a vanity URL.  What this means is make sure that the keyword rich name for the fan page is also used in the URL.

The third thing you will want to do is: Optimize your Posts!  Yes.  Did you know that the first 18 characters of every posts represents a meta description?  A meta description is an HTML and XHTML element that describes your page to search engines.  If this copy is used to communicate with the search engines then you will want to make sure that your first 18 characters include your keywords.  While this may be a struggle in the beginning it’s worth it in the end.

The fourth thing you will want to use is begin to blog from Facebook. Use the “Notes” section of Facebook as your personal blog.  But does this mean you must create a piece of content for your own blog and a separate piece of content for your Facebook Notes?  No!  What it means is that you should grab yourself a great article spinner and spin the articles that you’ve already written until they become a totally new piece of content.

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Toni Coleman-Brown
Toni Coleman-Brown

Toni Coleman Brown is an author, coach, motivational speaker, social media strategist and professional networker. She is also the Founder of the popular, Network for Women in Business, which is an online community designed to train, connect and advance women in business.

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