|"Yes. Please tell me more."|
Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that your "friends" can't be customers. By all means, some of my closest friends are clients. But, if your Facebook "friends" are truly your friends, don't they already know what you do? You don't have to sell it to them through social media. If they're not already using your services, they probably don't need them or maybe it's just you. Just kidding, that's another topic for another day.
Think of it this way: Would you share a selfie of you and your amazing dessert from dinner last night with your customers? No? Well, what about that Vine video of your new adorable puppy coming down the stairs?Certainly not. Why? Because they don't want to see it. Basically, my point is, keep your personal and business Facebook accounts separate. They are two distinctly different audiences. Besides, it's tacky.
If you're ready to market your products and services through Facebook to get results, contact me. If you want to start selling vacuum cleaners, still call me, I might know someone. ;-)