When To Post Network Marketing Results

Posting Your Network Marketing Results
Network Marketing Results


Social media can be a treacherous region to play in. One day, you’re a person surfing around the newsfeed and the next day you’re a total rockstar. It’s all in how you post. A great example of this is the Chewbacca girl. She posted a video, sitting in a car, laughing up a storm from the Chewbacca mask she just purchased. Now, she’s an internet star that received over $400,000 in grants, cash and college funds for her kids.

In other words, what we post and how we post is important. Post the right thing and you get all sorts of engagement and that’s what you’re looking for. Where it’s tricky, is posting about your business and getting engagement. Post your results is one of those ways to get people excited about what you’re up to.

In the Video Below, I give my thoughts on post network marketing results and how to get it done with integrity.

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Once you have all that in hand, post away. Have fun and see what happens. All you can do is test and see what your audience reacts to, and remain authentic.

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Steve Krivda

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3 thoughts on “When To Post Network Marketing Results

  1. Kay Somji

    Results definitely show that you’re walking the walk and will encourage others to pay attention. You’re right about not making it appear as bragging, that’s a big turn off. The point of posting results should be to show that you know what you’re doing and that you can help others achieve the same. Brilliant post!

  2. Rory Singh

    Funny thing…I just created a post on my ‘modest’ results for the past 55 days (since I started marketing my company). Love the fact that you said not to be arrogant but come from a place of ‘humility’ and gratitude. Very important. Thanks for sharing Steve!

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