If It’s A Win-Win It’s #SPN!
Win-Win is a basic concept, so a lot of people are really starting to get it. In this blog, we will cover win-win marketing and win-win networking. This material can change your life, so take it seriously and please feel free to contact us with questions.
The #SPN group on LinkedIn is how the Service Professionals Network #SPN project got its start. Mike O’Connor began the #SPN project, so he could help promote good causes and people. That mission is the same today.
The only real rule in the #SPN project is the Golden Rule. The #SPN project has three social media groups that all offer their own advantages.
Join the Service Professionals Network (#SPN) social media groups on LinkedIn, Facebook and create an account here.
These groups are full of small to large business owners and entrepreneurs from around the world. Shopping our Amazon links help SPN help others.
What is Win-Win marketing? How does it work?
Win-Win marketing is not as hard to figure out as it may seem. There is strength in numbers and people can build much large social media audiences by joining social media groups like those in the #SPNproject. Join the Service Professionals Network (#SPN) social media groups on LinkedIn and Facebook.
Joining the #SPN groups is not enough though. You also have to share content and engage with the content of others. The place where most people fail in social media is the act of reciprocity. It is one thing to share great content, but why should people care?
People want to know the difference between win-win marketing and win-win networking, so here we go. When you are marketing a good cause or a company that is promoting a good cause you’re practicing win-win marketing. There is an immediate mutual benefit between two or more parties in win-win marketing.
With win-win networking, the reward isn’t immediately financial or necessarily relating to business. Win-Win networking happens when two or more parties began a relationship that isn’t based immediately off the bottom line.
When you’re engaging on a social media post that doesn’t directly lead to improving your business, then you’re networking. You are also helping your contact with their marketing. You’re helping them win in a lot of ways. When that person comes back and engages on your social media posts, then they are helping you win.
With Win-Win networking different parties are engaging at the same events or on the same social media posts. That doesn’t mean they share a mutual interest other than helping each other through networking.
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