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#1 kpc1280

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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:13 PM

Has anyone had much success with facebook groups for finding quality sign ups?

I find that most of the members of groups are just looking for get rich quick schemes. They are also very quick to lable a program a scam when they don't make money the first day.


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#2 Kimberly Rutherford

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Posted 07 July 2014 - 09:13 AM

In response to your question on facebook groups:

 

My experience is that just posting ads to groups is not very efficient.  The "clicks" you get rarely lead to dedicated team members.  That said, actually networking in groups that are designed for connecting rather than posting can be quite successful, so look for the ones that don't allow links.

 

For me, the true value of social media is the ability to specifically target people (using the parameters that work for you) and reaching out to build relationships with your chosen audience.  My team has been bringing in 100+ people a week using this strategy.  Although the sheer number of people you communicate this way is lower, the quality (and conversion) is much greater.

 

Feel free to find me on facebook (where else?) if you'd like to talk more about this.

 

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#3 Lee1390335936

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Posted 08 July 2014 - 03:06 PM

I have had very little success as far as recruiting goes when just posting different links into Facebook groups and most marketers that I have connected with say the same thing. As far as Facebook goes I believe that if you want to see good results then you might try the paid advertising method, and utulize the FB graph to find targeted prospects for whatever opportunity one is promoting. These however are just my thoughts and others may find success posting into various groups?

 

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#4 Ted Carter

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Posted 11 July 2014 - 09:43 AM

The only positive results that I've had with facebook (and I have to be in the mood) is to look at the persons profile first. You can tell a lot about a person by looking at his/her page. If it is spammy I move to one that looks professional then I will go back and give them a like or a share. Believe me they will contact you. Then mostly listen. When he is done pitching you he will start asking questions then. If I sense a sell I will continue. If not move on. I know this sounds like a lot of trouble however the quality of the lead is quite high. Even if no sale is made, you have created a good contact that could be benifical down the road.


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Posted 11 July 2014 - 02:12 PM

The only positive results that I've had with facebook (and I have to be in the mood) is to look at the persons profile first. You can tell a lot about a person by looking at his/her page. If it is spammy I move to one that looks professional then I will go back and give them a like or a share. Believe me they will contact you. Then mostly listen. When he is done pitching you he will start asking questions then. If I sense a sell I will continue. If not move on. I know this sounds like a lot of trouble however the quality of the lead is quite high. Even if no sale is made, you have created a good contact that could be benifical down the road.

Thanks Ted, I think that you have a very good system. I will use your suggestions.

As far as Facebook goes I believe that if you want to see good results then you might try the paid advertising method, and utulize the FB graph to find targeted prospects for whatever opportunity one is promoting.

Yes I believe that the paid option will work best for me. Thanks

My experience is that just posting ads to groups is not very efficient. The "clicks" you get rarely lead to dedicated team members.

You are right. I have come to the conclusion that they are not very efficient.
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#6 Lee1390335936

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Posted 05 February 2015 - 01:36 AM

I have experienced not more than an echo when trying to advertise any opportunity or offer within the FB groups. I believe it feels like everybody is just yelling at one another! The FB graph is my recommendation for success on FB, as well as relationship marketing. If your promoting any opportunity I think it is more important to connect with new people on a more personal level before ever exposing your link to them. Some people are never going to be convinced they can make life-changing income unfortunately. Just my thoughts,

 

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#7 hiteshsangani

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Posted 23 May 2015 - 01:44 PM

the trick is not to post your link just put a optin page then promote your Business to them after collecting there information.


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#8 Kurt Tasche

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Posted 08 August 2015 - 12:13 AM

Most groups in the MMO or Home Biz niches are spam-fests.  

 

They do work, if you can draw attention to your post, before it gets dropped down

in the list.

 

If you give value, and invite people to connect with you, you'll often have better results.


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Posted 27 August 2015 - 08:54 PM

I have my own autposter set up for my campaign and my client's campaign but it seems they are not really that effective the groups that you are posting in had the same offers like you do


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#10 BionicMan

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Posted 10 September 2015 - 11:33 AM

In response to your question on facebook groups:
 
My experience is that just posting ads to groups is not very efficient.  The "clicks" you get rarely lead to dedicated team members.  That said, actually networking in groups that are designed for connecting rather than posting can be quite successful, so look for the ones that don't allow links.
 
For me, the true value of social media is the ability to specifically target people (using the parameters that work for you) and reaching out to build relationships with your chosen audience.  My team has been bringing in 100+ people a week using this strategy.  Although the sheer number of people you communicate this way is lower, the quality (and conversion) is much greater.
 
Feel free to find me on facebook (where else?) if you'd like to talk more about this.
 
Kimberly
http://facebook.com/...y.rutherford.77


Thanks for your advice! Seem like posting in Facebook groups is time consuming and less results!
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Posted 19 September 2015 - 12:54 PM

I have been told by several company owners that just posting ads and links doesn't do it. We have to engage group members to build know, like and trust. We all forget the "work" in network marketing.


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#12 Jasond188

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Posted 02 October 2015 - 10:54 AM

I'm getting results like crazy from facebook groups. I could help you do the same for 6$ a month. Message me if you are ready to put my plan into action.


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Posted 05 October 2015 - 10:04 AM

I think results depend on how you use groups & pages on Facebook. Like many here have said, if you join an existing group meant for Internet Marketing, sharing, business promotion, etc., your posts will just get buried in spam, and your audience in those groups is other people like you....people looking to sell, not to buy.

 

One alternative option would be to create your own group page. That way, you are the administrator and make the rules. I think you can even sticky posts, add a link in the about section, and other things to make your content the most important in the group. This isn't a quick fix, though, because it will take time to get group members through FB ads for likes and other sources, but they will be more targeted. If you make the group about more than just you links (add value, like you would on a blog...maybe even tie it to your blog, if you have one and they are the same purpose/niche).

 

Another option may be to narrow your niche more, in terms of the groups you look for. Think about what you are selling and where people interested in that may congregate.  This is a bad example, but hopefully gets the point across: maybe the "make money online" group is spammy and useless, but if you are selling an email marketing system, maybe the "email marketing products and reviews" group gets more quality traffic and view time.


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Posted 22 October 2015 - 01:51 PM

I keep my facebook group private now for a place for my team to interact with each other but spamming links is not allowed. Without having control over a group it just becomes a spam fest in no time. I have had contacts with people in other groups but have not had any signups from them. Most people only want to spam the groups.

 

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 11:53 AM

I got lots of results using facebook groups and autoposters like I said. The problem is most autoposters go offline...

The one I was using got blocked by facebook and i'm sure many more will in the future.


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Posted 31 October 2017 - 10:31 AM

I do get likes in my facebook posting I made. I do have my own facebook group. Dismal results!
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