How to Generate MLM Leads on Facebook

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Facebook is a powerful platform with close to one billion users.  It’s one of the most popular websites online, if not the most popular website.

As a network marketer, you should consider leveraging Facebook

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Chuck Holmes is a Network Marketing Professional, author, and blogger. He's been in the industry since 2002. He is currently the top producer in his network marketing company. He is happily married and lives in Florida with his beautiful wife, Rachel. He enjoys flea markets, reading, writing, walking, fishing and funny movies. You can call Chuck during business hours at (352) 503-4816 EST or you can email him at

7 thoughts on “How to Generate MLM Leads on Facebook

  1. The worst thing you can do as a networker is join groups, immediately send out friend requests, then immediately start messaging people about your services. Case in point – my wife is a bigger girl. She is on a lot of Facebook pages about good diet, nutrition and exercise. She gets friend requests from people she interacts with on these pages. At least 20% of the time the new “friend” starts bombarding her with info about their business. It’s uncool and it hurts her feelings. It hurts her feelings for several reasons. For one, it’s obvious they are sizing her up as “a woman who needs to lose weight”. For another, the friending request was obviously way more about them promoting a business than actually wanting to be her friend. She does not give people second changes any more. If someone acts like this she blocks them and reports them to the page administrator and they are banned from the page. The pages she follows strictly prohibit stalking and spamming people for these very reasons. So please take some lessons from my story. Don’t be an ugly MLM person. You give the profession a bad taste that many can’t shake. — Don

  2. I’ve seen so many unprofessional networkers spam their link on every page they can find. It really gives our industry a bad reputation. If you are going to work Facebook, please take Chucks’s advice above and be a professional about it. Strive to be a leader in our industry instead of a spammer. Learn the ropes first.

  3. I agree that Facebook is an excellent way to build your MLM business and generate leads. I’ve used the PPC program, I’ve linked my blog to my fan page. I use my fan page as a place where I get to be a guru dispensing wisdom and answering questions, very rarely do I sell anything directly on the page. Commenting on other people’s pages works pretty well too. However, there are certain groups in which you can’t do any type of self promotion or they will kick you out. It’s best to just be interested and be authentic in your comments on other people’s pages. People will like you and subsequently friend you and then you can tell them more about you and what you do.

  4. It is a good ide to create a fan page/group. It gives people a place to go back to in order to gain information pertaining to your product/service. And I do agree with you Charles that separating the business from the personal is best. You don’t want your personal views or beliefs or actions to cloud how people view your company. Having this fan page/group is also a good way for you to connect with your followers and get their feedback which in the end only improves the business.

  5. Thank you for another great article. The tip you shared that stands out the most by far is: “Be an educator rather than a salesman!” How true. I have seen so many amicable conversations screech to a halt when one of the involved says something like “Well, I sell …” If that person had just shared some information about their product or their field of expertise, interest and rapport would have been built. Share what you know, provide value and build interest, and the customers will turn to you in their times of need. This is excellent advice.

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