Use this FREE social media post it planner to plan out and get inspired for your home biz content .
📌You can use this to…
-Bring variety to your daily posts.
-Break up the all those ‘sales’ posts!
– Schedule a month in one session to free you up, so you can build that relationship with your customers.
-All those awareness and fun wacky calendar days.
-You could use these days to tie in with a product/service you provide.
Think out of the box!!!
Are you ready?!!
Here’s a 14 day ‘Happy Post’ Plan for you.
😊14 Happy ideas, ( no doom and gloom required) to keep your pages and groups a happy and ‘let’s get on with it’ place to be!
👌It’s OK to keep posting your products.
👌It’s OK to keep recruiting.
👌It’s OK to keep smiling.
😊Be sensitive to the situation and don’t use the ‘C’ word as a false promise or a reason to work from home! There’s no need to include it in your recruitment posts. Quite simply, if someone is looking to work from home, offer your opportunity. As you normally would. xx
😊 Keep it real. We are all in the same boat…all be it at a social distance!🤦♀️🤣
😊As mentioned in the ‘plan’, here are a couple of links to ‘whats in your fridge’…I love the idea of these…you tick the items you have and it will generate a recipe using only those items.
Always being ahead of time in the world of direct selling, we now need to start thinking about February. (Crazy eh?!)
Whether its for social media or email marketing , we have the monthly 100. A mix of captions, titles, quotes, interaction questions…they are all here and themed for February. A month of love and pancakes…that’s just for starters.
A few theme days have been thrown in too. You can get started with planning and creating , using all or a selection, there are plenty to help you get a head start.
Head over to here and get your February 100. xx
It’s one of those weird moments when you realise you have more likes than follows on your facebook page or more follows than likes!
What does it all mean? Let’s explain (because it has been keeping me awake and I need to sleep!!)
Like & following.
When someone likes your page, by default, they also ‘follow’. Edgerank, (Facebooks algorithim) will determine how often you see the pages posts.
However, they can choose to’ unfollow’. Their ‘like ‘ will still show but they won’t necessarily see your posts.
Like the page & ‘See first’ following
Quite a valuable type of like for a Facebook Page. Someone has visited the Page, clicked on the Following button and opted to change their follow status to See First.This overrides Facebook’s EdgeRank algorithm and ensures that someone will see a particular Page’s posts.
Their Like & Follow will show.
Like and not Following
Uh oh! Someone has liked your page but chose to unfollow. They won’t see the pages post, but their ‘like’ will still show.
Their ‘Like’ will show
Not liked but following.
They never liked it to start with and just hit that ‘follow’. Whatever their reason, they will still see your posts. There could be many reasons they don’t want to be seen to like a page. Social listening maybe one reason.Simply keeping an eye on competitors, customer engagement, trends – that kind of thing.
No ‘Like’ but ‘Follow’ will show.
So, I hope this explains a little as to why we can see a difference in those figures! For me, I’m happy just knowing the difference and currently have more follows than likes. Oh and that ‘see first’ option – I’m liking that one very much!!