Goldmine you might be overlooking: Facebook.
You’ve probably heard that Facebook is for the old people. The mummies and daddies plus your aunties and uncles and people from your villager several years. It is true ohh. That’s why I left Facebook for several years and then migrated to Instagram( although the older generation is warming up to Instagram now, my mum is on IG).
Instagram is a highly visually driven platform, so your IG game has to be 100%. It is a place that actually showcases all kinds of millennial: The entertainment lovers to public speakers to firebrands and sex lovers etc. That’s the gist for another day because it’s important to recognize the millennial generation that you are a part of.
Personally which do you prefer Instagram or Facebook? I hated Facebook so much that I actually disabled my Facebook account but now open my Facebook account several times a day.
I really love two things being able to receive value and being able to give value. By way of principle, anything that isn’t adding value to me is generally not welcome! That’s why I had to disable my Facebook account, my timeline was the opposite of value. People posting poor quality pictures and terrible captions. We become what we see so that’s why it is pretty important to be looking at the right things because our mind follows images.
I have been able to glean a whole lot from Instagram because I chose it to be majorly a learning experience. You might already be doing that but you can get more deliberate about what you are staring at. What I decided to do was to keep the right images in front of me. I sought for people who are already doing what I desire to do, so that as I look at their pictures every day I get the mental reminder and permission to be great.
So back to Facebook, I created new facebook account because I want to be able get in touch with some people. Some people are more active on Facebook than on Instagram. Facebook allows for a number of features that Instagram does not such as lengthier videos, text, audio broadcasts and large learning groups.
The goldmine on Facebook you might be missing out on is Facebook groups.