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Gabe Sanders and Joan Cox, how do you add them to your busineess FB page? I did not know you could do that.
Richard Robibero, e-Pr...
I try to. Even my FB profile is very business oriented with a personal touch. I want them to see me as a real person, but I don't air my dirty laundry there like I see so many other people.
Richard Robibero, ABR, SRS I do not become friendly so soon with new clients. However, since I with referrals, many of them are already my facebook friends!
Yes, I always invite them to check my FB pages and join me there. We often connect on Linked In.
Like Gabe, I do for my business page, but not personal - at least while we are working together.
No, and I advise our clients not to do it. The issue of privacy is a huge one in the luxury circles. There is without FB already too much information on people out there. I sat in December with a top notch expert on the subject and she absolutely advised against doing that, precisely for the reasons I stated. A
If they "friend" me I will, of course, accept. But, I don't make that a habit.
I think it is a good idea to add all of your prospects as Facebook friends. This is the way to get to know about their personal interests.
Yes, I do for my business page. Not necessarily on my personal page.
Generally no to FB but yes to LI (if they are on it).
Once we are close to each other, yes.
Some of them only.
Some, most of them are on linked in instead.
It depends if you try to keep sone things personal, if so no, but if you are a public person, then accet all friends. I try to keep some distance.
As a rule no, unless we've become friends during the process.
I do not have a business page . Anita Clark is the expert on Facebook.
I don't make a point of doing it. More often, I add past clients because by then we have a relationship already. Although, sometimes my current clients have asked to friend me.
Anita, it's the same as with my personal page. It used to not allow likes, but it does now.