Using the internet to grow your business with GDI has never been easier. You can build a presence online and connect with people through your website, blogs, social media sites and much more. But with everything you do online these days, you are creating an internet identity. Read our tips below to make sure your online identity is working with you instead of against you.
Work with Your Team
People talk and review online constantly, and you don’t want a discouraged downline member badmouthing you online to potential new team members. This is one of the many reasons it is important to be a responsive upline and be as helpful as possible to all of your team members. Not only does your success depend on them, but so does your reputation. Don’t let someone else create a bad online identity for you.
Become a Thought Leader
This is a great chance to take the knowledge you know and share it in public online places. Help others on Facebook and Twitter by answering their questions and connecting with them. Share helpful blog posts and respond to inquiries on our forum. People you connect with will trust you and regard you as a thought leader. Also, when people search your name or your team online, they will see how helpful you are, and how you standout above others with the help and support you offer.
Do Your Homework on Yourself
Take your time to search and check up on yourself online to see what is already out there. What kind of identity have you already created without even trying? Try to diffuse any bad reputation you may have gotten with more helpful and open information and kept the good stuff coming if you already have a great online identity. You want your most recent, helpful sites and information to be at the top of results, helping people make a quick decision on whether or not to join your team.