Recruiting is the lifeblood of many businesses. New talent brings new energy, new perspectives and can liven up any organization. The ability to recruit also has benefits for business owners one of which is called leverage. Leverage is the ability to utilize talented people to run your business so they get the experience and as a business owner you have freedom. Unfortunately many people are afraid to recruit and are afraid of rejection. Some don’t know where to start looking. The great thing is Social Media and platforms like Facebook made it a bit easier to deal with those fears.
Facebook along with several other social media platforms have become a hub for business owners to network, build brand awareness, sell products, offer client support and of course recruit talented people. I personally have found success in my Life Insurance business recruiting agents nationwide on Facebook. There are several tactics and places that I use that I’m excited to share with you.
Where do I find Recruits?
- Facebook Groups– Facebook groups are a great way to find people with similar interest. In groups I comment, Like, Add and Message people who I’m able to connect with.
- Comment Section– When you scroll through Facebook and see a post from a friend that catches your attention head to the comments and start dialogue with others who are commenting. This is a way to find people with similar Interest.
- Friends List- Have you fully maximized reaching out to everyone on your friends list? You’ll be surprised as to what and who you find.
- Engagement– When people comment, like or share your post that’s an icebreaker to message them and create a conversation. “Hey thanks for commenting/liking/sharing my post what did you like best about it?”
- Add New Friends– Constantly finding and adding new friends is important. I add new friends based off various categories and reasons. Once they accept my request and message them and thank them to create dialogue.
As you can see the common trend on all the places I find recruits is I find people with common interest and I spark conversation with them. Your approach and how you chat with people is important. You don’t want to come off as sleazy or sneaky. It is important to have a method of conversation that at least starts with a “Hello or how are things?” On tonight webinar our special guest will go over the proper language to avoid coming off as sleazy or sneaky. Make sure you Register Here slots are limited.
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