Tag Archive: Twitter

Online Posts That Build Business

Some specific ideas for creating effective marketing content for your direct sales business from Jennifer Fong, direct sales and social media expert.

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I Participated in a Tweetathon Today

This morning I participated in a Blue Key Tweetathon. It’s not something I’ve done before, and honestly it was a lot of fun. What is a tweetathon, you ask? Basically, there were a team of Blue Key Champions who signed up for an hour each to tweet (on Twitter) about the refugee crisis going on, […]

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BlogWorld in Tweets

Super excited to share with you today some of the things that I learned at BlogWorld in NY this week. There were MANY incredible sessions, and my goal was to soak up just as much information as I possibly could. I wanted to start with an overview of a lot of the “tweets” or thoughts […]

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Pay Attention to Find New Leads

As part of the services my company provides to direct selling companies, we monitor specific keywords related to product offerings, and then engage with people using those keywords as appropriate. For example, a company that sells candles would monitor the keyword “candle.” A company that sells cookware might monitor the keyword “baking.” A company that […]

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How Can You Find Out Who is Sharing Your Content?

One of the greatest things people can do for me is share my content with others.  It helps me increase exposure, increases my search engine rankings, and provides me with more opportunities. And when people share my content, I really want to say thanks.  If you’ve shared my content, and I’ve been able to find […]

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9 Things You’re Doing Wrong On Your Social Networks

Social networks provide so many opportunities for the sales professional.  You can nurture relationships with existing contacts, and find new people who may potentially be interested in what you have to offer.  But there’s definitely a right way – and a wrong way – to use social networks, if you’re planning to use them to support your […]

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