3 Tricks To Polish Your Facebook Page For Recruiting and Retailing

Today we're going to talk about this concept of how to polish your Facebook page or profile for recruiting and retailing.

When I first started marketing on Facebook to promoting my network marketing company, I asked myself...

"How can I set up my profile, my fan page, is my image right, what do I write in my profile?" 

In this episode of Benjamin Pang LIVE, I'm going to share with you the three untold tricks to polish your own page.

After using these tricks, when people go to your page or your profile, they'll be like,

"Oh, I want to know what he is into!"

How to recruit more reps From your Facebook Page

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Just Three Tricks!

  • 1. Three Second Rule
  • 2. Direction
  • 3. Action

1. Three Second Rule

The number one trick is the three-second rule. What is the three-second rule?

The three-second rule basically means that when somebody goes to your page or profile, they have to know what you are into right away... in three seconds!

Usually on a fan page, you can put in the short description. If it's in your profile, you can put it into a part where you talk about you. 

You want to say something like..."You're promoting a health and nutritional company". You might want to mention specifically that maybe you're a health coach. 

Could be health coach of the year, or maybe health coach in certain niche, or maybe you're helping people lose weight.

(BUT don't mention your company name!)

People have to know what you are representing.  The whole idea is to create curiosity.

That's the three second rule.

Try to keep it to one to two things. Don't be like, "You are a seasonal trainer, you are a boxer, you are a health coach." Then people don't know what you're focusing on and they'll be confused. 

2. Direction

Now, the second trick is direction.

When somebody goes to your page or profile, you have to tell them where to go. Meaning maybe you have a website that gives them some information. 

(Again, don't mention your product name or business name before somebody says they're interested!)

Create something or share something - have a link that talks about losing weight or maybe have a blog post that you have written about something that you're working on.

3. Action

Trick number three is action.

You can put a link there but it's best to also actually tell them what to do.

You can say, "Click this link to download a free guide to lose 10 pounds in seven days that I have used to lose 10 pounds before."  ACTION!

You want to share something and give them an action. Sometimes people look at your link and they realize it's a link but then they move on.

BUT if you say, "Click here to download a free guide.", they'll be like, "Oh, free guide on how to lose weight? I want that!"

They click on the link because you told them explicitly what to do.

If you want to learn more about using these 3 Tricks to polish your Facebook page, take a look at the Attraction Marketing Formula Course that I've included. 

This training will help you learn how to set up a complete system online so that you can recruit more reps and sell more products through your Facebook page.

I have used the Attraction Marketing Formula concept to generate more than 300 reps in just less than seven weeks.

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Is this helpful? Now you will never need to worry about what to include in your Facebook page or profile. 

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Hope to see you in the next training, and have a good day!

Benjamin Pang
Network Marketing & Social Media Coach

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