Recently I was reading an article about Pareto's Principle and it was really interesting.
The Pareto principle (also known as the 80–20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. You’ll earn 80% of all your income in the last 20% of your time frame. This means that if you work for one year, you’ll probably make close to nothing for the first 9 months and then achieve amazing results in the next 3 months.
Now I am working on facebook marketing. I have a facebook fanpage and it has about 550 fans. I try to engage my fans and I also interact with other fanpages too. I am tracking my work every single day.
My daily strategy is:
20-40 comments on different posts on other fanpages like/day ,
30-50 likes on other comments/day
5-10 posts on my fanpage wall/day.
5-10 visitors to my squeeze page from this fanpage/day.
With 40% optins I have 2 subscribers/day.
If I am going to put no more efforts than that and I work for 10 months, can I reach more subscribers with the same work in the last 2 months ?
Difficult question but I am sure that it is worth to discuss it because I believe that there are many people here who have the same or will have the same question.