How to Organize your Facebook Leads to get More Sales?
If there’s one thing all gurus agree on is that you can’t get sales without leads.
That’s why you find tons of people trying to sell you ways to get leads.
Leads are great, of course, but just having leads isn’t enough – you need to contact them and make them an offer before you can sell them anything.
On Facebook, it’s pretty straightforward to get leads because they can simply be your friends or people who comment on your stuff.
Why is Facebook not enough?
One thing that I found with Facebook is that over time, it’s always the same people that see your stuff.
Unless of course, you constantly go find new groups and make new friends and that works for many people but I just couldn’t keep doing that!
I had to find a better way.
So, I started looking at what was wrong with what others were teaching, at least for me.
My problem is that I don’t like to have to do repetitive things, but before I can find a solution, I still know that I need to do those repetitive things.
I just want something better, faster and more efficient.
Getting fresh leads from Facebook every day
Gurus will tell you to go to groups that your target market congregates in and engage there.
Definitely, I agree with that – it’s 100% true that people in those groups are highly likely to be open to hearing about your stuff if they are indeed your target market.
So, you go to groups every day, read and comment on posts hoping that those people eventually see you and notice you.
It’s true, after 6 to 12 months of doing this regularly, you can become someone they know and like!
Then, you can message them and they are likely to at least check out your offer – that’s all we want right?
But no one wants to take 12 months to make an offer!
How to focus to present offers faster?
What you probably already know is that if someone is exposed to you 5 to 10 times, they automatically start to like you (as long as you do nice things for them)
So, on Facebook, that means commenting on their posts 5 to 10 times over a period of time.
That’s why engaging in groups randomly for months eventually works, but who wants to do that for months with no results?
Once way to get around that is to choose 10 to 20 people to engage with for a week or two and then make them an offer.
If you’re lucky and they are active and posting regularly, they will love your engagement on their posts and will definitely hear you out.
What if those 20 are barely active though? You’ll need to pick others and track them.
That’s where it gets complicated and seems easier to just randomly engage in groups.
Tools to help you manage your interactions in Facebook
At this point you might be thinking about the tools you’d use to keep track of all this.
I mean, if the purpose is to engage on posts, then it shouldn’t be too complicated to track that in a spreadsheet or a text document.
But then, how do you know if you’re focusing on the right people?
How do you find new people to engage with?
How do you know if you’re ready to contact them about your offer?
Those were the questions I had when I was doing all this manually!
Using Active Group Users tool
I decided I knew enough about online marketing and engagement to automate it.
So I created a tool called Active Group Users which is a Chrome extension.
I’ve been using it for months now and it’s really helping me because I don’t need to figure out who to engage with, I just get list from the tool.
Basically, this is how it works:
- Tell it what groups your target market is in
- Let it find the active users in those groups (the ones who actually post and comment)
- Use the list to visit those people’s profiles
After a while, you’ll have all this information at your finger tips:
- Who you already visited and how many times over how long
- How many comments, reactions and private messages you sent them
- Their name, profile and notes you entered for them
- How long ago was your last visit to their profile
- Their lead temperature and their lead status (that you choose)
- You can even enter their email, phone number and other information if you want.
You can use Active Group Users for free or pay for extra features.
Try it out at https://activegroupusers.com and get 14 days free trial of advanced features too.
Remember that what’s important when organizing your Facebook leads is to know how many times they’ve seen your stuff so you can reach out to them at the right time.
If this is the first time they see you, they will most certainly not want to hear about your offer and probably will ignore you or even block you!
You could track in paper notebooks, online sheets or just in your head.
Maybe even just leave it to chance and let the platform show your stuff based on it’s algorithms.
If you want to increase your chances, take control and get Active Group Users now.
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