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What Is Still in for This 2024?

268 What Is Still in for This 2024?

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In this episode, we delve into the dynamic world of direct selling and social media marketing for 2024. Join us as we explore the rising trend of vlog-style content, the art of repurposing B-roll footage, and the importance of niche expertise in direct selling. Discover how to streamline the onboarding process for new team members and the power of authentic product promotion.

Plus, we unveil a simple yet effective tool for automated engagement in the comments section. Tune in to stay ahead of the game in the ever-evolving landscape of digital entrepreneurship.


In this episode, we discuss the following:

  1. Vlog-style Reels for Direct Selling: The trend of vlog-style content, that's gaining popularity for direct selling to demonstrate products being used genuinely.
  2. Repurposing B-Roll in Social Media Content: Repurposing the same footage creatively with different content to keep the audience engaged without the need for constant new content creation.
  3. Niche Expertise for Direct Sellers: Providing in-depth knowledge beyond just product comparison to help establish credibility and trust.
  4. Easy Onboarding for Team Members: Making it easy for new team members to join is crucial. Simplifying the onboarding process ensures that potential team members are not discouraged.
  5. Authenticity in Product Promotion: Sharing honest experiences with the product, rather than exaggerated enthusiasm, builds trust and credibility.
  6. Automated Engagement with DM Links: We highlight the importance of utilizing tools like LinkDMcom for automated engagement to simplify the process of sending links to interested customers.

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