I didn’t even realize what this meant until I was going through the “15K Formula” product within the Empower Network last night. I have listened to this first video in the series, well, kind of half ass to be honest, for the first two times that I viewed it.
But last night was the 3rd time going through it, and I caught this part due to actually giving the lesson my undivided attention. And the kicker is…
You need to create a no kidding real tribe.
I’m not talking about a half ass, completely automated tribe, such as TribePro (BUT this is massively important too!). This will get you results so please don’t think that I’m knocking the automated Tribe systems.
BUT, I’m talking about real people, with real minds, with real influence, that will help you grow your business.
This is what David Wood was talking about last night, which took me 3 times to actually catch. But at least I finally caught on.
How do you do this?
Well, to keep this blog post simple and actionable, you do one thing, and one thing only….
Post every single one of your posts to your Facebook wall.
Yup, that’s it.
It is that easy, and if you have the Facebook “Like” pluggin on your blog (like the Empower Network blogging system does), then you don’t even need to do much. Just “Like” your own post.
Now, there are MANY other ways to get real people, with real minds, with real influence to read your posts and pass them on to their circle of influence as well, but the Facebook thing is the easiest.
If you do this, and you provide SOLID content, which helps other people in their business, then you are good to go.
Yes, you have to blog, but put your blog on your Facebook wall (especially your Empower Network blog), and you will absolutely kill it!
This will get you real influence and real visits. People will continue to come back to your blog, and they will pass it on to their Facebook wall….which gets another 10 people to visit your blog, etc, etc, etc.
You see how this works? It is powerful, and it will get you results.
Until next time…
Dr. Timothy Lawler
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