So you’re on Facebook. And you’d like to promote your blog, products, whatever.
But if you annoy your Facebook friends or fans, what are the chances for your marketing to succeed?
Close to zero. Unless you target some noobs, rednecks or spammers who might even copy your annoying “awesome” techniques.
While almost everyone would agree that it’s bad to annoy the prospects, the real problem for some marketers is identifying – in practice – what techniques might annoy their friends. (more…)