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Yes & you ask too many questions.
Panama City, FL
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I would feel it's stalky and wouldn't want it done to me... but there are the real estate "gurus" out there who say to do it. I think it's really a personal choice. If you feel it's stalky, it's probably not a good idea to do so.
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Thousand Oaks, CA
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Pacific Palisades, CA
I just plan would not do it...that is not a friend, nor should be at that point.
Yes. That would be the end of the road for me. We would be done. You would be blocked.
Yes I would and I would never do that!
To your business page, maybe, not your personal and it may be too soon until rapport is established. When a stranger asks me to accept them or like a page I delete the request as "motel key on the first date" feeling.
I'm not sure about stalky; however, I think that is a violation of Facebook policy.
Yes. A lead is just a lead. I would wait until you have met and have a deal in the works.
Maybe but I think it depends on if you have had other communication with them as well
I would not let a prospect onto my personal fb page, a relationship should be developed first.
William Piotrowski first - to build that client relationship and then, Facebook friendship.
No, Facebook is open for stalking but sending a Friend Request gives the people knowledge of your interest and they can agree or ignore it. Why would you want more Facebook Friends that you don't know anything about anyway?
Yes, it seems a little stalky.
William - Well, I wouldn't want it done to me, so I wouldn't do it to others.
I would not like it as a consumer. I would not do it. -Kasey
Stalky and invasive.
NO! First of all, my personal facebook is just that... PERSONAL. I only have actual friends on there, no coworkers at all. My business page is open to all. If someone is interested, they can like it. At most I'd send an email thanking them for signing up and giving them the link to my social media accounts to follow me there.
Yes. In that scenario, asking them to sign up for your newletter would be appropriate, or as far as facebook is concerned, asking them to like your fb business page.
I would not do it personally.
Not on my list of things to do! Very weird!
Friends are friends, business is business. Invite them to your business page, leave it at that?
no send it
Lyn Sims nailed this one!
It depends, i would check the profile of that person before hitting accept on my personal page. Lately i have just enough time to make a post though
Depends how you do it. If you have sent an email or text to introduce yourself, you could then also send a message via FB saying, "Hello! I am also on FB if you need help with your real estate needs."