Wednesday, October 22, 2014

How to Create Groups In FacyBulka

If you're using the FacyBulka auto-posting platform, then you'll want to be able to create group lists to post targeted messages into specific niches. Tell me, how many time have you let your FacyBulka poster loose only for the admin of a group to tell you, "'re not supposed to be posting here." Well, you'll never post to the wrong groups again. This short tutorial tells you how to alleviate that problem.

FacyBulka is a real "time-saver." This low-cost poster ($10 for standard; $25 for pro version) will make your life a whole lot easier. Just click Plans & Prices to get started right away.

Ciao for now,
Lynn Hamilton
Alternative Income Specialist Network
Business Developer | Growth Coach

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Your Marketing Should Not Be A "One-Way Street."

I've got the good fortune of having a number of people on my Feeder Matrix team living in or around my neighborhood. You see, I live in urban Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York (there are 2.6 million individuals in New York City's most populous borough) and during the ordinary course of doing business, I happened to come across a few of them. That being the case, we were able to get together recently and took the team "offline" and into the streets, because it is SUMMER, you know, and as they say, "the living is easy."

We choose a Monday to do this activity (since it's the start of the week and I figured we could build off of the momentum). Meeting at 8AM, we gathered at the McDonald's on Empire Boulevard to have some breakfast and develop some strategies. Tee Low, from Flatlands, was already at the table when I arrived. I got an Egg-White McMuffin (trying to keep it healthy) and some coffee, and then we began to map out our course of action. Shortly thereafter husband and wife Alvin and Regina (from Brownsville) walked through the doors, ordered their food, and the four of us put our heads together. The local Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York, was a few blocks away and we wanted to target students as well as the community. Also joining the group was Will Right and his daughter Bianca, a young college student herself, coming in from Long Island, who got stuck in traffic on the Belt Parkway. Bianca was our "secret weapon" because students usually like to engage with other students and we figured that she would be "the face." And rounding out the bunch was Derrick from Flatbush. 

Some of the "Crew" at McDonald's: L-R, me, Regina, Alvin and Tee Low (with his big smile)

Armed with our flyers, business cards and tear-offs, we made it up to the college. On our way there we spoke to people who were walking around the campus or were parked nearby in their cars, about the benefits of starting a home-based business, and the low-entry cost of joining our Feeder Matrix Team. People were receptive and it was great to engage with the first batch of folks. 

L-R, Tee Low, Alvin, Regina, Bianca and Will.

Regina with a driver parked in his car.
 Me. grabbing the attention of a student.

At the college, either Alvin or Regina mentioned the possibility that we might get "shoo-ed" away from the front of the building, so Alvin took the lead by going to speak with security. And sure enough they were correct. We couldn't distribute material at or near any entrance of the campus. So we were told to move across the street. By then Derrick, in his 3-piece business suit and with his clipboard (unintentionally making the rest of  us feel a little "under-dressed,") joined the group. Bianca followed some young women into a bodega as Regina borrowed tape from the owner so that Will, her dad, could put his tear-offs on a nearby pole. And "Gentle Giant" Tee Low, began to approach men as they walked by. All of us were getting our footing with this "street approach to marketing." And when we hit our "stride," there was at least one of us always engaging someone on the sidewalk.  

Regina, Alvin and Derrick with Hat Lady. Loved it!

Tee Low, breaking it down.

Will, Bianca, Alvin Derrick and a member of the community.

By 11:30AM, we moved to the Prospect Park subway station and Tee Low was able to give out his materials which consisted of an application form with information on Feeder Matrix and a "self-addressed stamped envelope." He would tell the prospect that he didn't want to "hold them up," but wanted to get them "information that may be of interest" that they could read while either on or waiting for the train. I loved his technique!

It was a beautiful day to be outdoors. And we realized that marketing our business didn't have to be a one-way street. You can market online or "do it ol skool" and take it offline, but no matter what, we are marketers, who after taking a "brutal beating" with the cold weather this winter, decided to get some much needed sunshine and take our business OUT to the community. It was a success. We planted seeds. And we look forward to doing it again. Maybe even next week!

To find out how you can join our Brooklyn Feeder Matrix Street T.E.A.M., click on the link below and friend and/or message me on Facebook. And if you're a part of the Feeder Matrix family and have a group of local marketers in your community, don't be afraid to "take it the streets," because TOGETHER, EVERYONE ACHIEVES MORE!

Ciao for now,

Lynn Hamilton
Business Developer | Growth Coach
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#onlinemarketing #offlinemarketing

Friday, May 30, 2014

It's the End of the Month: Are We There Yet?

It's the 28th day of the month. Crap!! Only three days left and you realize that you haven't accomplished the goals you set for yourself at the start of the month. Yep, it's crossed your mind several times during the last three and half weeks -- uh huh, WISHFULLY -- but honestly you ask yourself, "Did I REALLY try hard enough to get those additional enrollments?" Or you think, "What about the follow up with the couple I enrolled last month (you were supposed to ask for a referral)?" And forget about the names you didn't add to your contact list? These were all the things you said you were going to do, but didn't. You've got big "P" stamped on your forehead; PROCRASTINATION.
On day 29, with sweaty palms, you look into the mirror and say, "I've got to get this done," and you remember that you that you haven't yet talked to Betty. Now Betty was someone who had reached out to you earlier in the month because she saw one of your posts on Linkedin, but then you completely forgot about her. Yeah, Betty, your brother's wife's sister's friend who mentioned that her co-worker was looking to do something on the side and she remember that you were now working from home and you said you were loving it.  "Jeez," you say to yourself, how in the world did I forget about Betty!! You call, leave a message. She calls and gets no answer. And now you're playing a little phone tag.  But luckily when you do connect, she puts you in touch with Jill, and you now have a new recruit into your business. Woot!! Does that always happen? Heck no!! But when it does, you call it "serendipity."

However, it's not over yet. There's one more day left to the month and you need two more enrollments to complete your goal. Can you make it happen? You can only try your best, and I've got two words for you: DON'T QUIT!!

So the 31st roll around and you didn't quite make it. Hey's okay to reset. It didn't happen this month, but there's always next month. You know that in Network Marketing, it's all a numbers game. And here's the good thing: you didn't give up! Because you know that if you stick to your goals, achieving success means doing something everyday -- no matter how small!

To find out more about the businesses I market, please find me on Facebook ( or just call me 917-830-7440.

Ciao for now,

Business Developer | Growth Coach

Monday, May 19, 2014

Reasons to be Grateful, Part II

After an exciting, CRAZY fun-filled 4-days at convention, it was really nice to get back home and sleep in my own bed! And today, one of the things I did was get back into the gym -- But not without obstacles. All I can say is, "God is good!"

Hope you had a great one!

Ciao, for now!

Lynn Hamilton | Business Developer and Phone Coach | 917-830-7440
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Got Appreciation?

When I came out of church last Sunday I was overcome by a feeling of APPRECIATION. I had just taken part in a fantastic fellowship service were the choir performed the songs from Jesus Christ Superstar (one of my favorite plays). I love my congregation. Middle Collegiate Church is a social justice ministry resident on the lower-east side of Manhattan. It's one of the oldest denominations in America and I'm so happy to call it my "church home."

I was also appreciative that my family members are healthy (that includes mom and dad, sis and the girls and my step-son -- even tho I haven't heard from him in over a week), extended family and friends are good, business partners are amazing...and I have a tremendous life that just keeps getting better!

Here's the video I cut after leaving church.

I hope you're feeling the appreciation too! Keep doing whatever you're doing (as long as it's positive and not hurting you or anyone else). Give God the glory and ACT with EXPECTATION. Whatever it is you are desiring, believe that it will happen. Business is business...but do take time out to smell the coffee and gather together with those you care about.

And so it is!


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

FacyBulka Auto-Poster | A Low Cost Way to Market Your Business

Good-bye Hootsuite! Here's a low-cost way to market your business. And get's only 10 bucks!!

The FacyBulka Auto-Poster is what I use EVERY DAY to get the word out about my business. You can use the poster by either downloading or conveniently using your web browser to auto post ads to as many as 500 groups in Facebook with ease. You can also use 2 profiles with this poster, enabling you to post to over 1000 groups and two (200) pages. There's also an affiliate program earning you 20% on each sale.

This amazing program saves me a BUNCH of time while marketing my Feeder Matrix business!! If you are working from home, have a small business with an even smaller budget or just want to save money...than this auto, multi-poster is for YOU!!


FacyBulka  Vs. Hootsuite

FacyBulka: post to 500 Group + 200 Managed Pages + 200 Liked Pages
Hootsuite:  post to 50 Group or pages

FacyBulka: $10 one-time fee
Hootsuite:  $9 Monthly fee

I'd love to hear what you think about this poster. Reach out to me on Facebookk at

Peace, Prosperity + Providence,

Lynn Hamilton
Business Developer | Phone Coach