Here’s a startling statistic that will force you to really think about how much money you’re probably leaving on the table on Facebook.
Studies show that the average Facebook “Like” is worth about $10 a year. Some of those people will buy from you when they see you promoting things, but most won’t.
If that same person who “Likes” you, however, also gives you their name and email address, that fan is worth a whopping $120 a year!
In other words, convince them to opt in on Facebook and they are now worth 11 times more than if they had simply “Liked” you.
Why a Facebook Opt-in Is Worth That Much
Once they opt in, you can email them valuable content like tips and advice on how to solve a business problem and really promote your expertise.
If they’ve been with you for awhile and love your content, chances are far greater that they’ll buy from you if you send them an email promotion instead of asking for the order on Facebook where most people hate blatant promotions.
That’s why selling on Facebook is usually ineffective. You need to get your fans onto an email list. Right now!
Learn How to Gather Email Addresses, Step by Step
My friend Don Crowther will give you step-by-step directions on how to do that, for free, when he’s my guest on a webinar from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12. He’ll also teach you how to use Pinterest and your own blog to build a valuable email list of people who will let you market to them over and over again.
You can access the free step-by-step directions after the webinar.
Do the Math. How Much Money are You Leaving on the Table?
If an email address you’ve harvested from Facebook is worth $120, multiply that by the number of fans you have. Now do you see why you’re leaving money on the table?
Register for my webinar with Don right now.