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If you’re a consultant for a direct selling company, you know Facebook is a great way to promote your products or services. But like all forms of promotion, there’s a fine line between actively marketing your business and being viewed as misleading, sensational or spam.
Lately, Facebook has put greater emphasis on prioritizing authentic content on its site while suppressing material that may be considered spam.
In an attempt to protect its users from spam and other unsolicited materials, Facebook may flag people who post messages promoting or advertising a product, service or opportunity on a personal page and may put a hold on a user’s account — landing the user in what has been commonly referred to as “Facebook jail.”
Members of the Direct Selling Association (DSA) are looking for solutions to what can be a frustrating experience for consultants who are simply trying to promote their businesses.
Here are a few activities that raise suspicion of spam on Facebook and should be avoided:
So what can you do to promote your business online? Here are some suggestions to avoid being flagged — and stay out of “Facebook jail”:
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