Amy Porterfield http://www.amyporterfield.com Social Media Strategy Consultant Wed, 24 Sep 2014 20:54:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 "Facebook Marketing All in One for Dummies" co-author and online entrepreneur Amy Porterfield shows you exactly how to monetize your online marketing and blogging efforts using her own tested, ACTIONABLE lead generation strategies -- so you can successfully launch and promote a new program, grow your email list, get more leads, build your authority, turn your customers into raving advocates OR simply find the time (and mindset!) to rock your social media and content marketing. From creating an online course to video marketing, webinar recording, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, new content creation (including eBooks, guides and cheat sheets) and email marketing, Amy is going to reveal what works (and what doesn't) once and for all. Why? Because after an awesome, inspiring stint with Harley Davidson and Tony Robbins, Amy figured out what she really loves: helping small business owners like you break down BIG, powerful strategies into step-by-step actions…so you can see BIG, powerful results, fast. Amy Porterfield: Entrepreneur, Social Media Marketing Strategist, and Online Marketer no Amy Porterfield: Entrepreneur, Social Media Marketing Strategist, and Online Marketer amycporterfield@gmail.com amycporterfield@gmail.com (Amy Porterfield: Entrepreneur, Social Media Marketing Strategist, and Online Marketer) Amy Porterfield Social Media Strategy Consultant amy porterfield,online marketing,blogging,lead generation,facebook marketing,facebook,twitter,pinterest,youtube,new content creation,social media Amy Porterfield http://www.amyporterfield.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/300x300_Podcast_album_cover.jpg http://www.amyporterfield.com #39: 7 Tips to Create a 3-Part Video Series http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/7-tips-to-create-a-3-part-video-series/ http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/7-tips-to-create-a-3-part-video-series/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 13:00:00 +0000 http://www.amyporterfield.com/?p=8263 Click to Read More]]> In this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy podcast I share with you a new experience I’ve just embarked upon and how this experience taught me so much about my business, dealing with the people helping me with my business and more importantly, this experience has taught me a lot about myself.

I decided to try something different and create a 3-part video series as a pre-launch for the reopening of my Facebook Marketing Profit Lab video training course.

The reason for my new approach was because I felt like it was time that I foster a deeper connection with my audience and share a bit more transparency into my personal life. I wanted to become more personable, because I know that sometimes I can come off as “all business” – (much to my husband’s chagrin!)

It was time to really peel back the curtain and share intimate details about the beginning struggles of my business, the reason for my choosing Facebook as my traffic and lead generation vehicle and how my mindset and business knowledge, as a whole, has gone through this amazing transformation over the years.

I felt the need to share in this way mainly because the exact business metamorphosis I have experienced, is the business metamorphosis I truly wish all who choose to learn from me, are fortunate enough to experience too.

Here are 7 tips to creating a 3-part video series

1) Content Flow and Story Structure:

The sequence of your stories (the flow) and the level at which you share your whole self, will make a big impact on how your videos touch your audience. The more you share, the more your  audience will understand your journey and connect deeper with your message. The more honest and transparent you are when telling your story, the more your audience will relate to you and your message.

2) Video crew or One-Man-Crew:

Try your best to invest in a great video quality production but don’t make the mistake of thinking you can’t launch your product or services until you can afford an expensive video crew. It can be done on a very small budget.

3) Written scripts or off the cuff dialog:

If you have trouble feeling comfortable speaking in front of a camera, writing out a script and reading from a teleprompter will ease the tension and make sure you don’t miss any key points. However, there will be times where just speaking to another person on the set will help you appear more passionate and sincere. (Below I list a couple of teleprompters I recommend.)

4) Location choices for added professionalism:

Recording the videos at your own home will always give you that internal feeling of comfort-ability, sort of like the “Home Court Advantage.” However, if you’re going for a more professional appeal, renting a hotel suite or renting a Co-Work space for the day, will definitely increase the production value and really put a polished look to your videos.

5) Have a keen ear on set during each recording:

By having another person on set whose only purpose is to pay very close attention to what is being said, is a surefire way to catch those inevitable mistakes you and your video person likely won’t catch. This will avoid having to reschedule the entire shoot and post production editing nightmares.

6) Express your honest opinion about each shot selection:

Review a still of the shot selection before recording. Don’t feel you are being “difficult” if you don’t feel it is the most flattering image of you. Instead of just going with the flow, suggest a new angle or shot setting.

7) Become comfortable in your own skin:

If you’re like most people, you’re not used to seeing yourself on camera and may view the final footage with an overly critical eye. Just remember that your audience is well aware they are not watching a Hollywood production and they definitely know we are not glamorous actors. No matter how you think you look, if you let your passion for what you do supersede your insecurities, you will automatically exude an air of confidence and your audience would come to love the authenticity.

So there you have it. I just wanted to share my takeaways from this major video shoot I’ve just experienced. Now that you have this new “behind the scenes” insight into the making of this 3-part video series, I look forward to reading your comments down below after you’ve had the chance to view the video series.

Items mentioned in this episode include:

My new 3-part video series, “How to Create a Facebook Marketing Plan.”

My Signature Program, Facebook Marketing Profit Lab

Pat Flynn’s Teleprompter set-up

iKan Corporation Elite iPad Teleprompter Kit Black, (PT-Elite)

Ikan Elite Remote (Black/White)

The Teleprompter I use… suggested by Michael Hyatt

The ProPrompter HDi Pro2

BT-105 – Bluetooth Wireless Page Turner – with Two ATFS-2 Silent Pedals: Computers & Accessories

Video Crew

The new Canadian based video crew I hired for this video series.

The San Diego based video crew I’ve used for years.

 

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#038: Should You Use Click Bait to Increase Engagement on Facebook? http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/increase-engagement-on-facebook/ http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/increase-engagement-on-facebook/#comments Thu, 04 Sep 2014 13:00:22 +0000 http://www.amyporterfield.com/?p=8188 Click to Read More]]> In this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy PodcastI will be exposing the recent change Facebook made to their algorithm and not only will I explain the reason for this change, I will also give you some tips to help you counteract this change and to increase your brand’s engagement in the News Feed.

Although I’m a huge advocate of Facebook’s paid advertising, in this episode, I’m teaching a couple of FREE methods of posting content and reaching more potential customers in the News Feed.

Here’s what the recent Facebook algorithm change is all about.

They are cracking down on “click bait.”  What exactly is click bait?

Click bait is when a link is shared in a Facebook post with a title that sparks curiosity but does not really tell people what the article is all about. This essentially teases people to click a link but does not give them all the information so they are not exactly sure what they’re going to find on the other side of that click.

Granted, click bait links can be an effective strategy, because people can’t help but click to find out more. And many marketers were finding success in their calls to action; that’s why these types of posts has been flooding the News Feed on Facebook.

The challenge is that the click bait strategy is making it hard for users to see content they genuinely want to see and care about. Facebook is viewing click bait as gaming the system to get out into the News Feed. Because Facebook has a viral component built into their Algorithm, these click bait post were gaining a lot of exposure.

The more people click on the link, even though they’re not sure if they’re even interested in the content on the other side of that link, the more that post shows up in the News Feed.

And that’s why Facebook became concerned with this practice and made this recent change that no longer allows click bait. Your content will be negatively impacted when you use a click bait type of posting strategy.

Here’s how to craft your post so that you’re not a victim to this algorithm change and your posts get as much News Feed exposure as possible.

Tip #1:  Create or Only Share Quality Posts

Focus more on quality versus quantity. I would rather see you post two times a day with high-value content versus a bunch of posts that won’t get you the engagement that Facebook is actually paying attention to each time you post.

Should You Use Click Bait to Increase Engagement on Facebook?

As you can see, this post was highly valuable and resonated with his audience. Look at all those shares and likes!

When people click on the link and go to your website from Facebook, make sure the content is interesting, exciting and engaging so they will STAY longer on your site.

Now, this isn’t particularly new news. However, most of us don’t think about how long people are spending on the other side of our links that we include in our Facebook posts.

Make that content valuable enough to keep them there and you will boost your engagement on Facebook . . . for free!

Tip #2:  Be Specific With the Titles of Your Facebook Posts

The more descriptive you are with your headlines in your post, the more likely people will genuinely be interested in your content when they actually get to your website.

Should You Use Click Bait to Increase Engagement on Facebook?

Stay away from click bait and instead be very specific about what you plan to share with your fans. Images including info such as this example is also very helpful.

This would not only safeguard you, but it will help you with targeting. You will attract the ideal audience on Facebook with each of your Facebook posts.

Tip #3:  Post a “Preview” of Your Content When Posting on Facebook

Should You Use Click Bait to Increase Engagement on Facebook?

When you include a preview in your post, you are more likely to get out into the News Feed. This means more free exposure for you!

What is a preview?

A preview is when you include a link to your article in the post and an image and a blurb under the image are automatically pulled into your post.

Facebook has said that they will favor posts that have links that include a standard preview in the post versus posts that include a link with a photo but no preview.

Wrapping Things Up

Facebook is all about their users having a great experience when they go on to their website. But, if you think about it, that’s how we all feel about our own websites. When people come to my website, I want them to have a memorable and a valuable experience.

I encourage you to pay attention to how most people post on Facebook when they’re not marketing. Model those posts versus trying to be sneaky or too promotional with your posts.

Finally, we all want to offer immense value and that’s what Facebook is rewarding. They’re rewarding those of us who are posting content that people actually want to read, share, and comment on.

Key Takeaways

  1. Facebook is now paying careful attention to how long people are staying on the webpages your links are clicking through to from a post.
  2. Make your content valuable enough to keep the visitor on the webpage and you will boost your engagement on Facebook (for free!).
  3. The more descriptive you are with your headlines in your post, the more likely people will genuinely be interested in your content when they actually get to your website.
  4. Including a link preview in your post will help you gain more exposure in the New Feed.

 Items mentioned in this episode include:

>> Click to spread the word about Facebook’s recent changes. <<

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http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/increase-engagement-on-facebook/feed/ 16 Facebook changes,Facebook Engagement,facebook marketing,facebook marketing tips,Using Images on Facebook In this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast,  I will be exposing the recent change Facebook made to their algorithm and not only will I explain the reason for this change, I will also give you some tips to help you counteract this change ... In this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast,  I will be exposing the recent change Facebook made to their algorithm and not only will I explain the reason for this change, I will also give you some tips to help you counteract this change and to increase your brand’s engagement in the News Feed. Although I’m a huge advocate of Facebook’s paid advertising, in this episode, I’m teaching a couple of FREE methods of posting content and reaching more potential customers in the News Feed. Here’s what the recent Facebook algorithm change is all about. They are cracking down on "click bait.”  What exactly is click bait? Click bait is when a link is shared in a Facebook post with a title that sparks curiosity but does not really tell people what the article is all about. This essentially teases people to click a link but does not give them all the information so they are not exactly sure what they’re going to find on the other side of that click. Granted, click bait links can be an effective strategy, because people can’t help but click to find out more. And many marketers were finding success in their calls to action; that’s why these types of posts has been flooding the News Feed on Facebook. The challenge is that the click bait strategy is making it hard for users to see content they genuinely want to see and care about. Facebook is viewing click bait as gaming the system to get out into the News Feed. Because Facebook has a viral component built into their Algorithm, these click bait post were gaining a lot of exposure. The more people click on the link, even though they’re not sure if they’re even interested in the content on the other side of that link, the more that post shows up in the News Feed. And that’s why Facebook became concerned with this practice and made this recent change that no longer allows click bait. Your content will be negatively impacted when you use a click bait type of posting strategy. Here’s how to craft your post so that you’re not a victim to this algorithm change and your posts get as much News Feed exposure as possible. Tip #1:  Create or Only Share Quality Posts Focus more on quality versus quantity. I would rather see you post two times a day with high-value content versus a bunch of posts that won’t get you the engagement that Facebook is actually paying attention to each time you post. When people click on the link and go to your website from Facebook, make sure the content is interesting, exciting and engaging so they will STAY longer on your site. Now, this isn’t particularly new news. However, most of us don’t think about how long people are spending on the other side of our links that we include in our Facebook posts. Make that content valuable enough to keep them there and you will boost your engagement on Facebook . . . for free! Tip #2:  Be Specific With the Titles of Your Facebook Posts The more descriptive you are with your headlines in your post, the more likely people will genuinely be interested in your content when they actually get to your website. This would not only safeguard you, but it will help you with targeting. You will attract the ideal audience on Facebook with each of your Facebook posts. Tip #3:  Post a “Preview” of Your Content When Posting on Facebook What is a preview? A preview is when you include a link to your article in the post and an image and a blurb under the image are automatically pulled into your post. Facebook has said that they will favor posts that have links that include a standard preview in the post versus posts that include a link with a photo but no preview. Wrapping Things Up Facebook is all about their users having a great experience when they go on to their website. But, if you think about it, that’s how we all feel about our own websites. When people come to my website, I want them to have a memorable and a valuable experience. Amy Porterfield: Entrepreneur, Social Media Marketing Strategist, and Online Marketer no 15:53
#037: How do I get my Facebook friends to come over to my Page? http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/change-facebook-profile-to-page/ http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/change-facebook-profile-to-page/#comments Mon, 01 Sep 2014 13:00:36 +0000 http://www.amyporterfield.com/?p=8107 Click to Read More]]> Podcast-artwork-1400-300x300

Would you like to know how to spend less time trying to convert your Facebook Profile “Friends” over to “Fans” of your Facebook Page? Would you like to learn an easy trick to link your Profile and Fan Page together so that your visitors to your Profile would have direct exposure to your Fan Page?

You will learn all of that and more in this weeks Episode of Online Marketing Made EasyAsk Amy Podcast.

On this episode I answer a question from one of my listeners about how to get your Facebook friends to like your Facebook Page.

This is the question she asked:

 Kathy Sacks: “I have more than 500 friends on my Facebook Profile. Since it would take a long time to get that many “likes” on my Facebook Page, I’d like to get my friends on my Profile to to like my new business Page. Do you have any advice for me?”

Now, the short answer is that there is no foolproof way to move your friends over to your Page.  There are a few things you can try and I’ll go over those things with you but I want to encourage you not to spend too much time trying to move your friends over to your Page. Instead, I would encourage you to spend more time on developing your Page, the content, the engagement, your list-growing strategy, all of that can be done on your Page. I wouldn’t suggest you spend too much time on this strategy although I am going to give you some helpful tips to get you started to make that transition.  I understand that if you are growing a Facebook Page you want to build your fan base quickly and it makes sense to start with the friends on your Profile since they seem to have an interest in what you are posting.  Sounds logical, although, it doesn’t happen as though we think it should.

One thing you might want to think about is this: Are those friends that you have on your profile genuinely interested in your business?  Some of them likely are but definitely not all of them are.

To be upfront, some of your Profile friends just aren’t interested in hearing from you about your business. That’s why I just want to caution you, it’s likely on your Profile, you have a mix of people that are friends or just want to know you personally and have no interest in what you are doing for business.  That’s just how it is.

In my experience, moving friends to fans is a slow process that is rarely a raving success.  That’s why I don’t want you to spend too much time in this area.  However, I will say, it is worth an effort to give it a shot.  Do it and then move on to bigger and better things.

I did promise you a few things that you can implement to build your new fan page with your existing friend base from your profile.

1) The first suggestion I have for you is make sure that you link your Profile and your Page.  In the video below I’m going to show you how to link your Profile and your Page so if somebody comes to your Profile they can easily click a link right there on that timeline and go over to your Facebook Page and become a fan. This can be tricky because the step-by-step process I am going to show you (it’s quick, I promise!) doesn’t always work for everybody, so I am also going to show you a quick workaround in the video.  I’ve got you covered ;-)

Linking your Profile to your Fan Page

 

2) For about two weeks, start a campaign where you are actively promoting your Page on your Profile.  What this means is that you’re telling people that you are now posting regularly on your Facebook Page about (…you fill in the blank here) and that you would love for them to come over and become a fan. Make sure you tell them to click “like” on your Page to become a fan.  Give them an action so that you can actually stay in touch with them in the newsfeed. Do this for a week or two; that should be enough to create the awareness.   You then need to take it one step further and give them a reason why they should come over to your Facebook Page.

Use Video to promote your Page to your friends on your Profile

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Creating a video to encourage your friends to come over to your Page is a great strategy. My good friend, James Wedmore, did this when he first created his Facebook Page.  At the time, James was only using his Profile to connect with people on Facebook and he wanted to start using Facebook ads.  So he created a Facebook Page because you can’t run ads on Facebook if you don’t have a Facebook Page.  He made a short video telling people something like, “Hey there, I’ve finally jumped on the bandwagon, I have a Facebook Page, and I want you to come over because this is what I’m doing over there…..”  In his video he talked about a free giveaway to get them to want to actually click the link, go to the Facebook Page, and become a fan.

Lure your Profile friends over to your Fan Page by using a “FREE” giveaway

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If you’re not comfortable with video, do some kind of promotion or giveaway on your Page for a series of one to two weeks just to get people to come over.  You’ve got to give them a reason why and tell them what’s in it for them.  The thing is, most people are not going to pay attention if you just tell them to come over to your Page.  But, if you tell them what’s in it for them and you create a benefit they’ll pay attention.  I suggest giving away an ebook related to your brand or possibly a program or a product that you have; something completely aligned with your brand so people that are interested in your giveaway are going to be genuine prospects for you.

I always say giving away a shiny iPad is not the best idea for a giveaway because anybody would like the iPad but not everybody would want my Facebook marketing program.  But, if they do then they are a perfect fit for my audience.  A giveaway is a great way to go that extra step and actually attract the friends on your Profile that are genuinely interested in your business.

Attract New, Quality Fans with Like Ads (Instead of Focusing on Moving Your Friends Over)

If you have a Facebook Page with less than 500 fans I’m sure that you want to grow that Facebook fan base quickly.  One strategy that may be much more powerful than moving your friends to your Page, is to experiment with Facebook Like Ads.  If it fits within your budget, I would spend two weeks running a Like Ad campaign.  With approximately $100-$200, you could grow your fan base by a few hundred fans quickly. 

like ad

Once you get to 500 fans, that’s considered to be a pretty solid audience. That’s when I would shift gears. I would stop focusing on growing your fan base and worrying about your friends coming over to your Page and instead focusing on turning fans into leads. Attracting leads on Facebook is extremely important if you want to make your Facebook efforts profitable.

7 Steps to a Facebook Marketing Plan

In my flagship program, Facebook Marketing Profit Lab, I take my students through a seven step process to create a profitable Facebook Marketing Plan.  If you want a quick snapshot of all seven steps, you can check out Episode #28 where I dive into each of them with specifics. In that episode I also created a free cheat sheet to the seven steps that I know you will find extremely valuable as you work on your overall Facebook strategy.  Click here for the free cheat sheet.

Key Takeaways:

  • Don’t spend too much time trying to move your friends over to your Facebook Page
  • Spend more time on developing your Page, the content, the engagement, your list-building strategy
  • Ask yourself: “Are the friends that I currently have on your Profile genuinely interested in my business?”
  • Make sure that you link your Profile and your Page
  • Spend only two weeks maximum on the campaign to actively promote your Page on your Profile
  • Take things to the next level with a short video to introduce your new Page and brand to your Profile friends list
  • Think about creating an irresistible giveaway to entice your friends to become your fans.

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http://www.amyporterfield.com/2014/09/change-facebook-profile-to-page/feed/ 25 ask amy,facebook fan growth,facebook marketing tips,online marketing made easy podcast,strategies to get more facebook fans Would you like to know how to spend less time trying to convert your Facebook Profile "Friends" over to "Fans" of your Facebook Page? Would you like to learn an easy trick to link your Profile and Fan Page together so that your visitors to your Profile... Would you like to know how to spend less time trying to convert your Facebook Profile "Friends" over to "Fans" of your Facebook Page? Would you like to learn an easy trick to link your Profile and Fan Page together so that your visitors to your Profile would have direct exposure to your Fan Page? You will learn all of that and more in this weeks Episode of Online Marketing Made Easy - Ask Amy Podcast. On this episode I answer a question from one of my listeners about how to get your Facebook friends to like your Facebook Page. This is the question she asked:  Kathy Sacks: “I have more than 500 friends on my Facebook Profile. Since it would take a long time to get that many “likes” on my Facebook Page, I’d like to get my friends on my Profile to to like my new business Page. Do you have any advice for me?” Now, the short answer is that there is no foolproof way to move your friends over to your Page.  There are a few things you can try and I’ll go over those things with you but I want to encourage you not to spend too much time trying to move your friends over to your Page. Instead, I would encourage you to spend more time on developing your Page, the content, the engagement, your list-growing strategy, all of that can be done on your Page. I wouldn't suggest you spend too much time on this strategy although I am going to give you some helpful tips to get you started to make that transition.  I understand that if you are growing a Facebook Page you want to build your fan base quickly and it makes sense to start with the friends on your Profile since they seem to have an interest in what you are posting.  Sounds logical, although, it doesn’t happen as though we think it should. One thing you might want to think about is this: Are those friends that you have on your profile genuinely interested in your business?  Some of them likely are but definitely not all of them are. To be upfront, some of your Profile friends just aren’t interested in hearing from you about your business. That’s why I just want to caution you, it's likely on your Profile, you have a mix of people that are friends or just want to know you personally and have no interest in what you are doing for business.  That's just how it is. In my experience, moving friends to fans is a slow process that is rarely a raving success.  That’s why I don’t want you to spend too much time in this area.  However, I will say, it is worth an effort to give it a shot.  Do it and then move on to bigger and better things. I did promise you a few things that you can implement to build your new fan page with your existing friend base from your profile. 1) The first suggestion I have for you is make sure that you link your Profile and your Page.  In the video below I’m going to show you how to link your Profile and your Page so if somebody comes to your Profile they can easily click a link right there on that timeline and go over to your Facebook Page and become a fan. This can be tricky because the step-by-step process I am going to show you (it's quick, I promise!) doesn’t always work for everybody, so I am also going to show you a quick workaround in the video.  I've got you covered ;-) Linking your Profile to your Fan Page   2) For about two weeks, start a campaign where you are actively promoting your Page on your Profile.  What this means is that you’re telling people that you are now posting regularly on your Facebook Page about (...you fill in the blank here) and that you would love for them to come over and become a fan. Make sure you tell them to click “like” on your Page to become a fan.  Give them an action so that you can actually stay in touch with them in the newsfeed. Do this for a week or two; that should be enough to create the awareness.   You then need to take it one step further and give them a reason why they should come over to your Facebook Page. Use Video to promote your Page to your friends on your Profile Amy Porterfield: Entrepreneur, Social Media Marketing Strategist, and Online Marketer no 17:17