Make Money in a Facebook Party

Make Money in a Facebook Party

I love going to Facebook parties just as much as any other addicted online shopper.  But when I attend a direct sales party - yes, even online - I expect some customer service, some interaction, some engagement with the rep, heck, I’d expect a personal “hello,” a message, ANYTHING!

Again, perhaps I should thank her for the inspiration… here’s another great rant post.

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  1. Yvonne

    Kari you nailed it! All so true. I love the analogy “playing volleyball with Wilson” ha ha Engagement has always been two ways at a “par- tee” even if there is a screen between you and your customers

    • Kari Driskell

      For sure, Yvonne! Engagement is a must. And glad I could make you smile… 🙂

  2. Leslie

    Totally agree!
    I have to admit I was a bit scared to watch this as I have a fb party scheduled for tomorrow — but I’m good -totally will engage with the party peeps!

    I don’t like the multi-day long parties for the reason that I find it harder to engage and stay on top of liking and responding to comment… ok, maybe I just forget … the short one-night parties work better for me. 🙂

    • Kari Driskell

      I agree. I think the longer the parties are, the harder it would be to engage and truly connect… Engagement is key. Connect with yer people. Thanks for the comment, and thanks for checking out the blog, Leslie! Mwah!

  3. Pat

    Great vlog! Ijust don’t get the week-long parties, or the hour and a half ones either, for that matter. The first week-long one I attended, I felt like I got nothing else done. The host is a friend and did engage though. Going to share this with my team so they make sure to connect with guests. Thanks!

    • Kari Driskell

      Thanks for the comment, Pat… and thanks for sharing with your team!

  4. Karen Johnson

    Thank you! I’m working on teaching my team ALL OF THIS!

    • Kari Driskell

      Yer so good, Karen!


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