Betty White's Success On Facebook
What if somebody wrote something good about you on Facebook, would you get an extra paycheck?
Consider this. Due to the massive buzz created on Facebook, actress Betty White, who was never slotted to be on Saturday Night Live (SNL), hosted the show on May 8th and received a paycheck from SNL in the process.
Let's set the stage:
Recently, 88-year old actress Betty White received the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution to the entertainment industry. Days later, a fan merely suggested on Facebook that she host an episode of Saturday Night Live. A Betty White Fan Page was soon created and the campaign started. After less than 3 months, the Fan Page attracted over 515,000 people who "liked" this idea.
Because of the support, she then hosted the show on May 8th and received her paycheck from SNL in the process. During her now famous SNL monologue, she said "I didn't know what Facebook was." A joke follows, but she's laughing all the way to the bank.
You can watch her famous SNL monologue where she thanks Facebook and her fans.
So do you have 515,000 fans? If so, good for you.
But, even if you have only one fan in the world, why not have them tell their friends and family about you and your practice via social networking sites like Facebook?
Think of the alternative -- you could do nothing and no one would write about your practice. Thus, you might not get the opportunity to receive that extra paycheck. While it might seem impossible to achieve such stature as Betty White, it is easier than you think to get started. All you need to do is set up a Fan Page and the results could be worth the price of doing very little.
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