The universe always sends us something that we need, exactly when we need it, if it wasn’t for the glitches in the matrix, then we all would be broke busted and disgusted, the glitch that I am referring to is FACEBOOK.
Facebook can change your life if you use it right. There is a science to everything in life, Facebook is no different, but you first must understand what the hell you’re dealing with, and how it can work for you.
The reason why Facebook doesn’t work for most people is because most people have horrible personalities, so Facebook is the only way to receive attention, for anti-social people. A great personality is a great personality; it doesn’t matter if it’s in the physical or social media. The issue is people’s thirst for attention, validation, and instant gratification, these are the main reasons people aren’t using Facebook the right way.
People mistake LIKES for progress, and maxing out their friends list as a badge of honor, but in actuality it doesn’t mean shit, but after you read this, you’ll know actually what to do, to change your life.
Your approach to Facebook should be strictly networking, you shouldn’t use it as a lazy way to keep in contact with friends and relatives, instead of that, just call the people you love and check on them, and stop using Facebook as a passive way to check on people.
Facebook gives you the opportunity to cross paths with individuals that you would never meet in real life. You get to brush cyber shoulders with people who represent different backgrounds, gender and class, so if your Facebook experience has left you empty-handed, that’s totally your fault for not being present and realizing the tool you have at your disposal.
The things you share, your pictures, and status updates dictate how people will treat you in real-time, if you think that you can’t be judged based on your Facebook personality, your sadly mistaken. Your Facebook represents you, you program people subconsciously on how to treat you, so be mindful of that. If you balling, flashing money in your pictures, but you dusty in person, don’t be surprised when your baby mother blast you on her timeline about your lack of child support payments, it’s the game except it.
Now if networking isn’t really your thing, then Facebook should be used to gain information. Your timeline can be used as a great educational tool, so it would be smart of you, to only add people who are smarter than you, that can give you a different perspective. Don’t be foolish and add the same type of people who you would hang out with in real life, instead of that, use it to add people who can upgrade you, based on their experience. If your real-time circle consist of dense people, with narrow points of view, you should add people who are totally opposite of you, do not have a xenophobic outlook when it comes to social media, that’s counterproductive.
HOW SHOULD WOMEN USE FACEBOOK
I see girls make tons of mistakes on Facebook, but I understand it, because I understand psychology. A lot of girls are attention whores, so Facebook is only looked at as a tool to get attention, but getting attention isn’t a form of currency, you can’t pay rent with that. Millions of girls use Facebook as an amateur modeling platform, but disregard the business of modeling.
- If you’re going to post pictures of yourself nude or otherwise, then you should have a link to your website, so you can start to consolidate your traffic.
- Turn everyone on your friends list into dollars by simply creating an email list, and do weekly email blast, with subscription options to your website in the email.
- All the guys that think you’re cute, blowing up your inbox, you should create a PayPal, so you can charge guys for conversation. If a guy really thinks your amazing, then he should be eager to pay you, to prove his allegiance, or else make him get the hell out of your inbox
Women must overcome their child-hood fears so they can begin to use Facebook the right way. Facebook is not about getting attention in vain, it’s about your life changing for the better. Every picture you post should be strategic; the ends must justify the means.
If you’re the type of female that calls other girls hoes, or thinks women have low self-esteem for tolerating things in a relationship that you wouldn’t, well your no different than them!. Unless you make Facebook work for you, you are just like the women you talk about, you’re a social media whore, posting pictures to get your dopamine fix, and if that particular picture doesn’t generate the traffic you want, you’ll post another one a few hours later, but that’s hustling backwards. Turn the attention you get into a stream of income. Most importantly, women need other women, sister-hood is important. It’s new wives, new mother’s, and women that are starting their first businesses that need guidance. Facebook is a tool that can bridge that gap. Use this amazing tool to connect yourself with like-minded women that are eager to build life time bonds just like you.
CHECK OUT THESE INTERESTING FACEBOOK STATISTICS BELOW
Worldwide, there are over 1.49 billion monthly active Facebook users (MAUs) which is a 13 percent increase year over year. (Source: Facebook as of 6/30/15) What this means for you: In case you had any lingering doubts, statistically, Facebook is too big to ignore.
4.5 billion likes generated daily as of May 2013 which is a 67 percent increase from August 2012 (Source: Facebook)
968 million people log onto Facebook daily (DAU) for June 2015, which represents a 17% increase year over year(Source: Facebook as 4/22/15) The Implication: A huge and vastly growing number of Facebook users are active and consistent in their visits to the site, making them a promising audience for your marketing efforts.
There are 1.31 billion mobile active users (MAU) (Source: Facebook as of 4/22/15) an increase of 23 percent year-over-year.
On average, the Like and Share Buttons are viewed across almost 10 million websites daily. (Source: Facebook as of 10/2/2014)
In Europe, over 307 million people are on Facebook. (Source: Search Engine Journal) The Takeaway: This isn’t just a U.S. phenomenon – a worldwide market is available via Facebook.
Age 25 to 34, at 29.7% of users, is the most common age demographic. (Source:Emarketer 2012) What this means for you: This is the prime target demographic for many businesses’ marketing efforts, and you have the change to engage these key consumers on Facebook.
Five new profiles are created every second. (Source: ALLFacebook 2012) The Implication: Your potential audience on Facebook is growing exponentially.
Facebook users are 76% female and 66% male. (Source: Brandwatch) The Takeaway: Since this isn’t a large statistical difference, you should be able to effectively reach both genders on Facebook.
Highest traffic occurs mid-week between 1 to 3 pm. (Source: Bit.ly blog) On another note, a Facebook post at 7pm will result in more clicks on average than posting at 8pm (Source: Forbes). Go figure. How this can help you: You have the potential to reach more consumers and drive higher traffic to your site during peak usage times, but people may be more likely to be more engaged in the evenings. This statistic may be a factor when you are planning social communication scheduling. (Also consider that Facebook has a global audience, so you may want to plan around the time zone of your key market.)
- On Thursdays and Fridays, engagement is 18% higher. (Source: Bit.ly blog) The Implication: Again, use this information to determine when to post in order to optimize your social media marketing efforts.
There are 83 million fake profiles. (Source: CNN) The Takeaway: Nothing is perfect, so always remain thoughtful and strategic in your efforts. Also, fake or not, these are still potential consumers. There are various reasons for fake profiles, including professionals doing testing and research, and people who want to segment their Facebook use more than is possible with one account.
Photo uploads total 300 million per day. (Source: Gizmodo) The Implication: Again, this is an indication of engaged users; also, it is an indication that there are a lot of photos, as well as other information, competing for users’ attention, so target your efforts strategically.
Average time spent per Facebook visit is 20 minutes. (Source: Infodocket) What this means for you: You could have a short time period to make your impression, so use it wisely with relevant, interesting and unique posts and offers in order to get the most return on your efforts.
Every 60 seconds on Facebook: 510 comments are posted, 293,000 statuses are updated, and 136,000 photos are uploaded. (Source: The Social Skinny) The Implication: Again, there are a lot of engaged and active users, but also a huge amount of information competing for their attention, so quality and strategy on your part matter.
4.75 billion pieces of content shared daily as of May 2013 which is a 94 percent increase from August 2012. (Source: Facebook)
50% of 18-24 year-olds go on Facebook when they wake up. (Source: The Social Skinny) What this means for you: Facebook is important to these users, and potentially, if done correctly, so is the content you post on it.
One in five page views in the United States occurs on Facebook. (Source: Infodocket 2012) How this helps you: This is a huge market on the web; if you use social media marketing efforts on Facebook well, you could have huge returns to show for it.
42% of marketers report that Facebook is critical or important to their business. (Source: State of Inbound Marketing 2012 The Takeaway: This is a crowded marketplace, but you can’t afford to sit it out, because odds are fairly high that your competition is there. The key is to use Facebook marketing correctly and make sure that your efforts stand out from the crowd.
16 Million local business pages have been created as of May 2013 which is a 100 percent increase from 8 million in June 2012. (Source: Facebook). Facebook marketing has transformed how business is conducted, and its use by local businesses to extend their markets continues to explode.
Thought to take with you: At 1.49 billion, Facebook has more monthly active users than WhatsApp (500 million), Twitter (284 million) and Instagram (200 million)—combined. (Source: CNBC)
HOW GUYS SHOULD USE FACEBOOK
A lot of men are attention whores as well, using Facebook as a tool to get high on. Only a few men are using Facebook as a hustle but most guys aren’t doing anything productive with Facebook instead of gossiping, sharing pointless videos, and inbox thirst.
Let’s talk about inbox thirst; what is it, and why it’s detrimental for both men and women
Inbox thirst destroys a man testosterone, because it deals with begging a woman. Inbox thirst isn’t empowering, it comes from a man having too much idle time, so he is looking for something to chase, searching for something to conquer, but it ends up backfiring especially when the woman uses his attempts at courting, for screen shot ammunition. The inbox thirst also gives some girls a sense of entitlement, she may think she’s more than what she really is because the thirst has boosted her ego. Girl’s that are cashiers at Wal-Mart make 10.50 an hour but have 1.5 million dollar attitudes, and this is because of the thirst. Inbox thirst is a toxic relationship that ruins both parties.
It’s some beautiful women on Facebook, I admit that, but instead of diving head first in their inbox, you should leverage the things you post on your timeline to get her attention, if you share similar interest, she will notice you. Or you can tag her in something you post to see where her mind is at, but if she doesn’t bite, fuck it charge it to the game and move on.
Most inbox thirst comes from guys that are really unhappy in their relationship at home, so they bungee-jump into inboxes that look nothing like his wife or girl-friend, little does he know that the chick he is chasing has a face full of make-up on and the moment he takes a shower with her, he will be disappointed, cause the girl he has at home looks better than his inbox conquest.
Things that glitter aren’t always gold my friend, so be clear on what the hell you’re doing, cause the joke will most definitely be on you.
A lot of men lack mentorship, that’s what’s stopping many guys from going to the next level. Some guys have awesome idea’s but lack capital to fund it, others may have access to capital, but have no idea’s, or the network to make something happen that’s beneficial, so the money ends up being spent on frivolous things. The smartest thing to do is for men to use Facebook to build up their Rolodex, connect with like-minded individuals that have the same vision as you. Turn a cyber buddy into a real life friend
Have you ever seen someone be very long-winded on a Facebook status, but they have no link to their website? Or I’m sure you clicked on someone’s uploaded video, but they have no Facebook like page. All this is hustling backwards, because Facebook doesn’t actually have any content, so Facebook relies on the users to provide the content, since Facebook needs the user to provide content, the users should maximize on the platform, and I think that’s a beneficial relationship, both sides benefit instead of Facebook pimping the user.
Like pages give the user the opportunity to sponsor post, also you can create ads, as well as call-to-action options, to help bring brand awareness to you or things you represent. Monetize everything you do, every great idea you have is a potential stream of income, you don’t even have to leave your house every day. Imagine getting your point across and get paid for it.
Your opinion matters, your opinion should feed you, your opinion should open up doors for you, but you must get into the habit of “THE BUSINESS OF OPINIONS”. What this means is, the things you think are great should be protected, your intellectual property should be licensed. Quotes,phrases, and slogans that you say should belong totally to you. Did you know that you can register hashtags?
Think digital, not analogue, don’t be a victim of technological Darwinism, by not knowing how to provide for your family using the internet. It’s not about attention and clowning around all the time lurking on other peoples pages, hating on their pictures, it’s about progress, it’s about networking, it’s about really making your thoughts and idea’s truly matter
Ask yourself, are you using Facebook, or is Facebook using you.
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