Limestone, TN (PRWEB) July 14, 2013
Internet Marketing Expert Jason Parker's Listbuilding Club on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/listbuildingclub/ has reached 6,500 members. The group is poised to grow to over 10,000 members by the end of the year. The group has attracted big names in the online marketing world such as Jonathan Mizel, Marlon Sanders, and Brian McLeod, all of which are members.
Jason Parker says, "In the winter of last year I saw the potential for Facebook Groups. I decided to start piking a link to my new group on download pages of paid and free products. Pretty soon I realized this kind of constant, live interaction is just what my customers were thirsting for. In my opinion Facebook Groups will replace forums and blogs as the most popular means of connecting with your audience in the near future."
Throughout 2013 Parker has established himself as one of the top list building and online lead generation experts among intermediate and advanced internet marketers. A big part of that had to do with his domination of the subject on Facebook via his group. If you come to his group with a positive attitude and willingness to learn and take action, then he says anyone can create a steady stream of subscribers joining your lists every day. However, he says the fastest way to get kicked out of the group is to "poison the minds of other members" by having a bad attitude.
"The Listbuilding Club has been great for displaying my expertise in the area of online lead generation and it's also been a godsend for certain customers who take action. Just the other day one of my students posted an image of generating 258 leads using a couple things I taught in the group. He said I tipped him off and helped him make it all come together for him. I have that image as my background on my desktop because I love it when students actually do what I suggest," says Parker.
Parker thinks Facebook Groups are the future of building trust in the world of internet marketing where trust, even in experts, has become scarce. He predicts his Listbuilding Club will grow past 10,000 members in 2013, then to 20,000 or more in 2014, and to over 100,000 members by 2018.