I have a question for you. When was the last time you were at a bar relaxing with friends and someone pitched you on their new line of Doggy Biscuits? Probably never.
So, why is this the case with so many people on social media? Why is that Internet Marketers forget what social media truly is for and try to go against the grain? Don't you think someone would be a lot more open to you and what you have to offer when you resonate with them?
Vibes are certainly an important factor when it comes to social media marketing. People can smell bullcrap a mile a way just by the way you approach them.
Rememer, people don't like to be sold to. Not unless you're Wal-Mart
This is something that can really make selling harder for you. It's a bit offensive and can cause people to put up a lot of walls around you and what you're trying to sell.
No better way to cause resistance within someone than to try to sell them on something WAY before you build a solid foundation with them. And the last thing you want is resistance when it comes to you and whatever it is you are trying to sell.
Resistance is very similar to trust... once you take someone to the point where they cant trust anything you say to them is for their greater good because you're constantly trying to shove something down their throats... You've probably ruinned all chances of selling anything to them at all!
This simply never works and only gets you ignored and blocked on whatever social media platform you're on.
Think of a time where you were once spammed by someone on social media... chances are they were trying to sell something just like you. Did you ever buy anything from that person let alone speak to them?
My guess is no. Spamming people just doesn't work and 9 times out of 10 will get any social media account you have banned!
Lastly, I want to touch on automation tools. This is a topic that you're either for or against. Personally Im all for automated software, when used correctly. All too often Automation software gets abused by spammers and get a bad rep but they're not so bad... they save you the most value asset you have in your life.. TIME!
Time gone, can never be gotten back. Hence, I like to think of automation tools like mini virtual assistants that are off in the trenches working for you while your away doing the things you love the most.
Hey, I hope this has helped someone out there. I know it's just about common sense, but common sense just isnt that common any more it seems! Lol