Freakishly Effective Social Media for Network Marketing

How to Stop Wasting Your Time on Things That Don't Work and Start Doing What Does!

by Ray Higdon , Jessica Higdon

Number of pages: 114

Publisher: Success in 100 Pages

BBB Library: Sales and Marketing

ISBN: 978-1947814981

About the Authors

Ray Higdon : Ray Higdon, is the CEO of the Higdon Group.Ray shows Network


Jessica Higdon : She teaches network marketers how to recruit more reps, close more


Editorial Review

Want to be successful on social media? Want to build your network marketing business the right way? Freakishly Effective Social Media for Network Marketing would be your best guide! Network marketing experts Ray and Jessica Higdon teach you proven strategies for marketing and prospecting that allow you to navigate your way through the social media maze and achieve freakishly effective results for your business. Be patient, and persistent, and keep pumping the well. Marketing is a marathon, not a sprint.

Book Reviews

"As soon as I opened this book, I literally could not put it down. The book is compact, but it is FILLED with amazing tried & true suggestions and action items that all network marketers who market on social media need. I love that there are also tons of great examples throughout the book as well to further explain their formulas and ways to use social media to build a business. Everything is concise and to the point which is exactly what I need as I am always short on time!"

"This book was an easy read and I loved it because it gives you simple steps to be a rockstar in network marketing. I love how they give you examples of what to say in different scenarios. I will definitely use this as a reference guide as I start this new journey of building my awesome team, Rhonda Wilson"

"It will come as no surprise to you that marketing has changed significantly over the past decade. If you’ve spent any time at all on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, you’ll have seen many different strategies and tactics being used – some extremely effective ones and others, well, not so much."

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Wisdom to Share

To be freakishly effective on social media, your purpose—which should be to make solid connections with people—is more important than the platform on which you are operating.

When people join a business, even as a customer, they are joining you—what you stand for and what you represent.

Whatever you do, avoid being too generic or using phrases you see everywhere like, “health and wellness expert” or “lifestyle coach.” The more targeted and specific, the better.

Social media is a place to use your uniqueness to your advantage. This is central to allowing your message to break through the clutter, attracting people with whom your message and uniqueness resonate.

Draw people toward you, by giving them a bite-sized appetizer-portion of information—a taste of what you know—without the need to give them the whole meal.

Turn strangers—the “cold leads” that are everywhere around you on social media—into “warm contacts” by bringing them into your orbit, into your world.

When it comes time to reach out and connect with people, the absolute best strategy is to determine what you have in common with the person before making contact.

It is not realistic to think you can jump onto a social media platform and create sign-ups instantly when you haven’t sown the seeds of the relationship by providing value first. It takes time.

Want to be successful on social media? Be patient, and persistent, and keep pumping the well. Because marketing is a marathon, not a sprint.

Remember, everyone is not right for you and you are not right for everyone. So, don’t do on social media with the mindset that you are trying to reach everybody.