Career & Business

Does Your Facebook Marketing Annoy People?

March 20, 2012

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I’m knee deep in the rebrand of our flagship training program, B-School. Words can’t describe how pumped I am to share this with you in a few short months. It’s seriously gonna blow your mind.

When I’m holed up in my woman cave deeply focused on a project, I sometimes worry that when I come up for air and connect with others . .  I’m annoying people around me with all my business speak.

Which brings me to today’s MarieTV episode.

Do you ever wonder . . . does your marketing annoy people?

More specifically, does your Facebook marketing annoy people? With the ever blurring lines of our business and personal lives, it can be tricky to strike the right balance, especially on Facebook.

If you’ve clearly separated your business page from your personal page, this may not apply to you.

But if you’re just starting out and have personal friends and business “friends” on the same page, sooner or later you’ll find yourself in a marketing shit pickle.

It’s important to get this right because Facebook ain’t just for baby pictures or checking up on old flames.

Watch this video to learn my take on Facebook marketing and more importantly, a few key principles about marketing in general that will serve you across any platform.

I’m the first to admit that I’m no expert on Facebook, but I do have a great resource to share with you who is. This gal is the BOMB dot com and you’ll see her in the video.

There are over 800 million people on Facebook (that number is growing every day), with over 500 million people clocking in as daily users.

Most of your customers are on Facebook and when done right, Facebook marketing can be a highly effective tool for your business.

Leave a comment below to weigh in on Facebook marketing ideas.

I really want to hear your specific do’s and don’ts. What’s annoying and what’s not?

As always, be kind, but be specific and actionable so that everyone reading can benefit from your wisdom and experience.

After all, no one is born knowing this stuff.

Thank you for reading, watching and contributing to the conversation!


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