FREE Facebook Groups: Good Or Bad? - The Paul Mort Podcast

FREE Facebook Groups: Good Or Bad?

June 29, 2017

Picture the scene…

A member of the public reaches out to you

They tell you that they’re interested in training with you

You arrange to meet them at your local Costa

(Other coffee shops are available)

And just when it seems like you might be a good fit for other?

Another personal trainer walks over…

And starts telling a lengthy story about themself

How they overcame adversity

How they struggled for so long

And how they’ve written a long, self indulgent blog post on their website

(That goes into even more detail)

Then, they look you in the eye, tell you that they hope they’ve ‘added value’…

And walk away from your table

(But not before handing their business card to the person that you’re sat with)

You’d be p*ssed off, right?

Well, my friend…

That is the EXACT type of thing that happens every day, in FREE Facebook groups

(It’s a bit like the wild west)

There are LOTS of people in these groups, pretending to ‘add value’…

When in reality?

They’re just trying to steal potential clients from the person running the group

(Not in every instance, but a good 90% of the time)

Luckily for you, mon ami…

This ISN’T something that I teach in my ‘Marketing Muscle Inner Circle’:


I’ll teach you how to:


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1.) Send traffic to a website/landing page

2.) Collect an email address from each person that visits that page

3.) Build an email list of people that want to INVEST in your services

Not only is this a much more ‘efficient’ way to do things…

It also puts YOU firmly in control of the conversation

Which means that you DON’T have to deal with ‘vultures’ who are trying to steal from you

(And essentially, steal food from the mouths of your children)

If that sounds good?

Click the link below:

And I’ll show you how it’s done

Paul ‘Not For Me’ Mort

PS – If the ‘allure’ of running a FREE Facebook group is too strong…

And you like the idea of spending EVERY waking hour ‘policing’ your own group?

(Even though people can just bypass you, and send direct messages instead)

You’d be a terrible fit for MMIC

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