Last month I let you know about the new website and Facebook pages devoted to educating anyone interested about Young Living’s products and business opportunities. I see many of you have stopped by, and I appreciate that.
For the first month, I made sure to put up a daily post to get the site populated with basic information. Now that there’s something to peruse, I’m setting up a routine for you.
The site gets my content first, and it’s automatically shared to the Oil4TinMan Facebook page, my Twitter accounts and Google +. My personal Twitter account shares to my personal Facebook page.
I’ve chosen Tuesday as the day to answer Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), and I call it TT, short for TinMan Tuesday. Want tips on how to make the most of your products? Look for Frugal Friday. You won’t find these posts every week, but when I do have them, I’ll post them on those days. I’ve also added an irregular “DIY Recipe” category for Do It Yourself blends. None of these blends are intended for resale, but if I post them, I’ve found some value in them personally. Look for more regular features. I believe I’ll mostly be taking the weekends off, but if weekends are the best time for you to visit the site, it will be a great opportunity to catch up on what you’ve missed throughout the week.
If the site is automatically posting to the Oil4TinMan Facebook page, why on earth would you want to go there, too? Here’s why. There are some tremendous Young Living leaders who make superb Facebook posts. When I find those, I share them to the Oil4TinMan page. Those posts will not be on the website, but you’ll find a scientific background in many of them written from a first-hand scientific knowledge I don’t possess. I may know the information, but PhDs and MDs have more credibility in some instances, and I’m sharing that information with you when I find it.
There you have it. The latest on the Oil4TinMan website and the Oil4TinMan Facebook page. What’s the same and what’s different about each of them. Visit regularly. Like the Page. Let me know what you think or how I can help you.