Adding a Personal Message When Suggesting on Facebook
Adding a personal message when suggesting on Facebook is a great way to give the person you're communicating with necessary information. Learn about adding a personal message when suggesting on Facebook with help from the founder of a marketing company that specializes in delivering social media strategies in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm Kerianne Mellott from MarketingMakesMeSmile.com. I'm a Marketing Coach and a Social Media Expert. Do you have two really good friends that are connected to you on Facebook but they're not Facebook friends yet and you want to connect them and suggest that they become friends on Facebook? In this video, I'm going to show you how to write a personal message to both of them while suggesting that they become friends on Facebook. Now, it's important because you're actually going to take a little bit of time out and write a personal note and that's special. In a day and age where we're really busy, your friends are both going to appreciate the time and effort that you spend. So, there's two steps to get this done. The first thing you'll want to do is go to one of your friend's profiles. Click on the top right corner where you see the wheel gear symbol. Then, drop down the gear and select suggest friends. Start typing the other friend's name that you want to connect with or scroll through your friends' thumbnail pix below until you find them. Then, you're going to select send suggestion. Both of that person and the friend that you chose will get a friend suggestion from you in their notifications. The second part is to then send them a private message, letting know that you've connected them both. First thing you'll do is go to your messages. Then, you'll click send a new message. Third, you'll start typing the names of the two people on your friends' list in the to section. Next, you'll compose and then send your message. You'll also be copied into the thread of this conversation so that all three of you can see when someone else response to the email. When your new, two new friends have connected, they can then take the conversation offline. I'm Kerianne Mellott from MarketingMakesMeSmile.com and I'll see you again somewhere online.