A Simple System To Engaging On Social Media

8 Little Known Ways Of Engaging On Social Media

 

 

 

 

 

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If You’re On Social Media, Then Pay Close Attention, Because These 8 Ways Will Give You The Edge When It Comes To Engaging On Social Media

 

 

 

 

 

Today I want to share with you Seth Larrabee‘s  The Rockstar Connector’s Short Course In “Social Copywriting”………ENJOY!

 

 

 

 

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When you are posting on Social Media with the intent of enticing people to become a customer or client, following these 8 principles will help you become WAY more effective:

 

 

 

 

1. Make sure your post is NOT all about you.

  • You don’t want to talk AT them, you have to appeal TO them.
  • Don’t forget the #1 most important thing in Influence and PersuasionWIIFM.
  • They want to know what’s in it for THEM.
  • They most likely don’t care what’s going on with you as they are too worried about THEMSELVES!
  • You have to pull at their heartstrings!
  • What is the PAIN and FRUSTRATION they are going through that you are going to solve for them?
  • Work the emotional angle.

 

 

2. Copy that runs past the “See More” marker in your post runs the risk of not being seen.

  • If you look at the posts that get the most engagement, they are all just long enough that you don’t have to click “See More” to access the rest of the post.
  • Especially when you are trying to promote something.
  • That being said, you absolutely CAN run past the “See More” point but you have to REALLY grab their attention in the first couple of sentences to MAKE them want to read more.

 

 

3. Best not trying to actually SELL in the post.

  • The biggest job your post has is to get them EMOTIONALLY charged up about their situation NOT being where they want it to be.
  • Then tell them you have the SOLUTION to their problem and pain – AKA your product/program.
  • It should only be a short explanation at the end telling them what it is and then the link to your program.
  • The copy on the webpage should do the ACTUAL selling as now you have their INTEREST and ATTENTION.
  • Remember the AIDA marketing formula: Attention, Interest, Desire, Action.
  • Your post creates the Attention and Interest and the actual sales copy on your sales page causes the Desire and Action.

 

 

4. Put the sales copy on a FB Fanpage instead of your website

  • You will most likely get more clickthroughs because they don’t have to actually leave Facebook to get there.
  • Just something to think about.

 

 

5. You want to add something in there asking THEM a question

  • It will prompt them to make a comment so you get more Edgerank traction which will have you showing up in more potential customers/clients Newsfeeds.

 

 

6. Your post needs to be as emotionally compelling as it needs to be

  • They can then relate, when you ask for them to share, they will of course be more naturally inclined to help you by sharing on their timeline.

 

 

7.  Don’t let the website preview show up at the bottom of the post.

  • You just want the hyperlink to be there at the end of the post.
  • It becomes too distracting and the copy in the post wont be able to do it’s job.

 

 

8. Add a small, eye catching picture if you want.

  • Just make sure it isn’t TOO big to overpower the message.
  • And don’t make it a sad or depressing looking picture.
  • That will turn people off from reading your post.
  • Always make it one that invokes interest and positive feelings.

 

 

 

 

 

If you enjoyed these 8 tips to simple success with Social Media, and found TONS OF VALUE, please take a moment and share…..Thank You!

 

 

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To Your Success,
Joan Harrington

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0 Replies to “A Simple System To Engaging On Social Media”

  1. Ask those questions Joan! Dig the tips, especially the engagement line.

    You can create astounding content but if you have little engagement many of your posts go to the online graveyard.

    Ask questions and respond to comments to boost your engagement and grow your blogging audience, as well as social media networks.

    Thanks buddy!
    Ryan Biddulph recently posted…1 Mistake Made by Many Experienced BloggersMy Profile

  2. Great stuff Joan! All of these are great tips but the one that really caught my eye was number 5.

    If you really want to engage your friends on social media, then asking the right questions will do the trick! There’s nothing better than getting your friends gears to turn. This can definitely create that snowball effect.

    Thanks for the share!
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