How to Create Lists on Facebook and Optimize your Experience & Effectiveness
Do you ever feel like you completely miss out on a bunch of your friends updates in your news feed on facebook?
Do you sometimes want to send out a business-related message but don’t want to be a bother to your friends and family?
What about getting sidetracked by friends wanting to chat when you’re on facebook during your focused business time?
Or how about privacy…..do you feel good about who is seeing what on your profile page?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then it’s time to create some lists! I made the mistake of putting this off for my first few months as a social media marketer. The funny thing is, I put if off because I didn’t have the “time” it would take to set it all up, and ended up wasting a whole lot of time in the process!
I made a quick video tutorial showing you just how easy it is to create lists, and sharing a few very cool tricks that will save you time and make you more effective and confident in your communications.
One more thing I didn’t mention in the video, is that you can send messages and event invites to specific lists of people all at once. Just keep in mind that messages can only be sent to 20 people at a time, so that feature is relatively limited. Just type in the name of the list in the Compose section, and you’re good to go. When you send a message to a Friend List, the message will show all the recipients’ names, but the title of your Friend List will not ever be visible. As I mentioned, who is on your list is NOT public information.
As far as inviting people to a group or event, you can enter the list you want to invite, and the friends that qualify to be invited will appear in the invitation queue. Keep in mind that a friend may not qualify to be invited if he or she is not a member of the network a group the event is registered under.
I hope this has been helpful, if so, please pass it along with a ReTweet or Share on Facebook. Thanks guys, and make it a great day!
In Health & Prosperity,