Be A Joiner And Participate

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I'm Jade Scarfone.
A digital strategist and transformation catalyst, merging a decade of corporate systems mastery with a profound journey of self-discovery. From navigating the high-stakes world of banking to making waves in high-ticket affiliate marketing, I'm now dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs through strategic digital innovations. 

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Why It’s Good To Be A Joiner

When you enter the online business world there are a lot of network forums and social media groups (generally Facebook) available to you. It’s great to be a joiner, but my one piece of advice is to actually participate.

There’s going to be two main types of people in most of these groups – those that have been very successful and those who are new and wanting to learn.

Chances are when you’re first joining a group you’re the second type of person.

The fastest way to learn and get results is to interact with other people, follow the posts and comment on the threads so you get known. But don’t be selfish, the whole reason for joining these groups is for everyone to help each other.

You can’t come in with the expectation that you can just share your links and everyone needs to like and follow your stuff, but you don’t show any love in return.

It’s a two way street and the best way to get people to interact on your pages is to actually do the same thing back.

If you share the love you will get a whole lot more love back.

Happy sharing.

Jade xo

P.S. If you like what you’ve read feel free to like, comment, or share. Your time reading my post is greatly appreciated. 🙂

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