If you want a quality audience, go social. Make friends in real life. They will be your customer for ever or at least for a long time.
But what if you make friends with someone who does not like your products or has no interest to buy, there is more to being social than just befriending anyone!
Targeting an audience that already exists and is interested would be the preferred route in social networks, if that's what you originally meant!
I've sold art and at one time Sarah Coventry jewelry - my family and friends never bought anything from me - although I sold a lot to strangers. My theory is, my family and friends expect stuff from me for free. Acquaintences however, are a different story.
You have to socialized and make true friends. If you do it with a sole purpose of selling a product then it will not work. Be true friend and make true ones.
It will realy work, of course in a long run. Even if you make friends online/ through social bookmarking sites, make true friends. Be honest with them. It will put you on the top.
I have been doing this since many years and I have a lot of friends who are always ready to help me in distress because I have helped many of them when in need without asking for or even thinking of a return.
by Brinafr3sh 7 years ago
Do you consider yourself friendly to strangers?Speaking to new people is good for forming a possible conversation or friendship.
by seanorjohn 6 years ago
Of course I won't but how would you react to someone who threatens to do this. Someone I know, fairly well, committed suicide this year. He had money worries and I feel really guilty that I did not take up his offer of carpentry work from a flier he put through my letterbox. I didn't know he was in...
by AngelTrader 7 years ago
Can someone explain the point of Facebook?
by threekeys 2 years ago
How and Why did you stand up for Someone You Didn't Know?And would you do it again? If so, why? If no, why not?
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