Why should a professional cruise ship speaker want a Facebook profile?
I can’t think of a good reason why.
Facebook is a social network where you can keep up with friends and family members. You can also find old friends and maybe make a connection to new friends.
But none of these reasons seems sufficient for me to want to spend a lot of time on the largest social network in the world.
Reminds me of a Yogi-ism (Yogi Berra). “It’s too crowded. Nobody goes there any more.”
The one reason (as a professional speaker) I have for being on Facebook is one of my agents posts her latest need for speakers on Facebook BEFORE she announces them at the agents home site.
I log on to Facebook solely to learn of the most recent announcements of needs for speakers.from this agent.
I take a look. Then run to LinkedIn.
Facebook is a great tool to stay in touch with friends and family. It is not your best choice of social network if you want to do business … especially as a professional cruise ship lecturer.
Wanna be friends?
Nah, I am just kidding. If you want to chat with me, try the comments below. I will respond … IF you are a real person.
Wanna speak on a cruise ship? We’ve got 3 people on their way to doing the gig in just this past week.