3 Lessons for SUCCESSFUL business on Social Media

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Thursday, December 26, 2019 Under: Personal Development

Today I wanted to give you three lessons for your network marketing business to do it successfully online. So what are these free lessons? What are these important lessons?

Number one, stream beats rock, stream beats rock. Now, what does it mean? I'm talking about the water stream. So when you have a river, it can literally go through the rock over time, stream keeps beating the rock, and it will make the path, water can go past water and make a hole in even the rock. So what does it mean? It means persistence wins. If you want to win in your business, you have to be persistent and especially if you're going to do it online. Especially if you're using social media, you want to be persistent and consistent. Keep doing it.

So you want to build your business using Facebook Lives, keep doing those Facebook Lives, you want to build your business using Facebook groups, keep being active on those Facebook groups, keep engaging people in those Facebook groups, you want to be successful in your network marketing business through building relationships with people and messaging them on a private messenger, again, be consistent with it. So if you’re consistent and persistent, you will beat most of your competition, because most other network marketers will give up long before you will see the results and they will see the results. So the first key to success in building business online is that consistency, and that persistence. Stream beats rock. That’s number one.

Number two, attention equals money. If you want to grow a huge business, you have to understand that first of all, before you’re in the business of network marketing, before you’re in the business of selling your product, before you’re in the business of recruiting people to your team, you first of all, are in the business of attention. So every single time you are about to post something on your social media, whether it's a picture, whether it's a text, whether it's a video, whether it's a Facebook Live, you need to ask yourself, will this grab people's attention? Will this get people curious? Will this get people interested? Will this give some value to people? Why would somebody watch it? Because everybody's scrolling, everybody's being bombarded with information.

So what is it about you that’s going to be stopping that person in the scroll to go, “Oh, let me watch what they’re talking about. Oh, let me read what they’ve posted.” So how are you unique? How are you different? How are you standing out from the crowd? Because before you in any business, first of all, you're in the business of attention. So that's number two. Attention equals money. If you grab enough people's attention, you will make money, you will make money on social media, but it's important to understand that because if you don't grab that attention, then you're not going to do anything, you’re not going to make any money, you're not going to get any success. So that's number two.

And number three, best known beats best, best known beats best. What do I mean by that? Just because you have the best product in the world doesn't mean that you're going to have the best results. Just because a restaurant has great food doesn't mean that they're going to do very well because if nobody knows about the restaurant, then nobody's going to come there and nobody's going to try that food. If a particular school has a really great teacher, doesn't matter, unless people know about that school that they have that teacher. So best known beats best. Even if you have average food as a restaurant but you’re better at marketing, you attract more people, you let more people know about yourself, you will beat the restaurant with the best food. Why? Because more people know about you.

So same on social media. It's not about being the best. Sometimes you might think, “Oh, my gosh, I have to be the best speaker, I have to be the best entertainer, I have to be the best content provider.” No, you don't. What you want to be is best known. So how can you get in front of more people than anybody else? How can you speak to more people? Maybe by doing more content. If you do one video a week, it's going to take a long time. If you do one video a month, it's going to take even longer time in order for you to become best known, but what if you did a video a day? Would that speed things up? I think so.

So you needs to think about how can I become best known, you don't have to be the best network marketer in the world, you don't have to have the best product in the world, you don't have to have the best marketing plan in the world, but what you want to do is become best known. So out of your friend circle, even if there's another five people doing network marketing, you want to be the best known for network marketing, you want to be the best known for helping people making money. So that's also very important lesson. So that's the third lesson, best known beats best.

That’s my training and tip for you. Hope you got value some value in this blog post, if you did, feel free to share it with other people. If you would like more amazing trainings check out “Network Marketing Success Training” group http://titaniumsuccess.co.uk/successtraining.php. There are 10 amazing lessons in this training course that will help you get the breakthrough in your business!

Yours in success


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