I am fortunate to be doing so well online. Part of the reason for this is my involvement with the various social networks. Today I was on Facebook for about thirty minutes, sifting through my friends to see who would make the cut.
You see, you may only have 5000 friends on your personal account, and I am always hovering dangerously near the top. I’ve started a Faecbook Fan Page, and encourage people to join me there if they can’t join me on my personal page. I even give my fans a discount on some of my programs!
So, who gets eliminated when I need room? First, I look for anyone who has no picture connected with their profile. There’s a reason it’s called FACEbook. Then I look for people who have signed up under a company name. Usally these are people who startd out with their own name, made as many friends as possible, and then switched the name in their profile to reflect their business. I want people as friends, not businesses. Finally, I look for people who have not been active on Facebook for three months or more. If they aren’t around, they are not part of the group. It’s as simple as that.
What do you think?