Have you ever wondered or even got the feeling that some of the posts you’re putting up on social media is repelling people? Maybe you’re like “Why isn’t anyone engaging on my stuff?” Am I right?
Today, I’ll be sharing some mlm tips when it comes to certain types of posts that can repel people. Feel free to share this out if you got some value or know someone who could benefit from hearing this.
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The Types Of Posts That Repel
The video below is from a Facebook Live I did but before I go into the types of posts that tend to repel people, understand that a couple of these examples may not apply to your particular target audience. For example, I know that if I were to start dropping the F bomb all over the place and in my videos, it would end up repelling a lot of my audience (because I’ve identified who my “lifers” are and they’re a lot like me). Now, cursing in general doesn’t offend me but I also don’t want to talk to someone who ALL they ever do is drop horrible language.
However, if you go over to Gary Vaynerchuk’s page, well…. you’ll hear a lot of cursing going on and guess what, his audience isn’t repelled and they’ll continue coming back and watching more and more of him. Make sense?
Overall, these are just some general suggestions and they may not all apply to you or your exact audience.
😱🤗 Types of Posts That Repel People🤗😱
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Posted by Sherri Brown on Sunday, July 31, 2016
#1Pitchy or Spammy posts (min 5.20)
When you’re connecting and building relationships on social media, especially if it’s someone who you haven’t warmed up yet, they’re going to check out your profile. If they see a bunch of pitching and promoting going on, it’s going to raise resistance and turn some people off.
#2 Tagging people in posts that aren’t relevant to them (min 6.47)
This is just plain annoying and this happens to me every now and I always end up untagging myself which isn’t good for your facebook account. If a bunch of people start hiding your posts what happens is your account basically gets docked and your stuff is shown less in the newsfeed.
#3 Never posting any graphics or pictures of yourself (min 8.20)
We are becoming such a visual society and people want to know who they’re talking to. I’ve gone to profiles and it’s like I don’t even know what the person looks like or who they are and so it’s harder to create that connection if you never have pictures of yourself anywhere.
#4 No lifestyle post
You want to take people on a journey and if you’re someone who again, never post pictures of yourself doing anything, they may wonder “why would I want to join you if all you do is sit at home and never do anything.”
#5 Negative posts (min 10.35)
No one likes to be surrounded with negative people because it’s taxing and draining!! People want to be around people who make them feel good not suck the life out of them. If you’re constantly complaining on social media and posting life sucking, negative things, don’t be surprised if no one is reaching out or wanting to do business with you. Keep it fun! Keep it upbeat!!
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