10 Mistakes Network Marketing Bloggers Make
10 Mistakes Network Marketing Bloggers Make
10 Lethal Mistakes Network Marketing Bloggers Make
Blogging is a great way for getting MLM Leads, but many do it wrong. Find out, 10 Lethal Mistakes Network Marketing Bloggers Make.
Over 12,000 blogs are created every day, unfortunately just as many enter the blog graveyard .
Blogging is a powerful tool for MLM business owners and network marketers to get unlimited leads from around the world, 24/7.
It’s so powerful that over 60% of businesses that blog acquire more customers than non-blogging businesses.
Blogging does take a lot of time and commitment, but in the long run it will benefit you with organic traffic that comes in while you sleep, work out, play on the beach. . .
The biggest bloggers in the industry make over $100,000 a month. It’s big business and not to be taken lightly as a hobby.
If you want phenomenal results in generating leads and building a successful business you need to start a content marketing campaign by blogging.
I do a lot of research on MLM and network marketing blogs and I have compiled several articles of lists of the top MLM bloggers.
When I compiled these lists of the best bloggers, I noticed a lot of MLM blogs that weren’t doing so great.
Besides, you should go against the grain in MLM to be successful .
Pretty soon, people are going to be so jaded about visiting spammy sites that when they visit your nice clean site with no popups they will thank you. I promise that day is coming! And ad blockers just make the decision that much easier.
Font Being Too Small Or Too Large Or A Different Color
I’m sure you have been on a blog that had a black background and blue writing, or the writing was so small it was hard to read.
Readability is important to keep readers on your site. If many people leave within 10 seconds of visiting your site, that will indicate to the search engines that something’s wrong with your website.
Content Irrelevant Or Bizarre Click-Bait Titles
Have you ever clicked on a title in a tweet that said something about “cute animals or celebrity mishaps” and it takes you to a porn site instead? Or, you visit a blog and they write about everything under the sun?
If you’re going to be a Brand online, you want to stay consistent with what you write about. If you’re a network marketer, you want to focus on aspects of network marketing.
You can get creative and write about a sub-niche within your business, like how to control anxiety when on stage or doing MLM meetings.
Of course, when your website gains more authority and age and a substantial library of posts you can venture out more, but realize there’s huge websites, like Psychology Today that covers everything on anxiety.
When you write about general terms, like MLM or network Marketing, you are competing with the big dogs, but when you venture into using “long-tail keyphrases” for your titles, like “Anxiety Reducing Tweaks MLM’ers Can use when Recruiting” you will get more traffic in the long run.
No Traffic To Your Blog
If you are writing a lot of posts and you have no traffic there’s a few things you can do.
Make sure your site has been added to top search engines like Google and Bing.
Make sure your site is indexed with Google. You can submit your sitemap to your webmaster tools. Google this if you don’t know how to do that.
You can “Ping” your website or a new article on your blog. Pingomatic is good for this.
Share your own articles on social media. I get half of my website traffic from Twitter. Start following people on Twitter if you want more views. You can also send an automated direct message to your new followers on Twitter to tell them to go read an article or page on your site. Use your own share buttons. Share your new posts on Stumbleupon, Reddit and Scoopit.
Send your new post to your email list. If you don’t have one, start one.
10. Abandoned Blog
There’s too many blogs that died on the web. These were people who lost their motivation, because they didn’t see results quick enough.
Let’s just say it takes about two years of blogging before you see any action. That’s why it’s imperative to write about something you enjoy talking about, otherwise you will lose steam 3 to 6 months in.
Blogging can get seriously nasty , as far as seeing results, but when the traffic does start coming in it can be a huge tidal wave of traffic as your blog picks up momentum.
This feeling is the best thing in the world and it keeps going.
Your blog can get you home from that dead-end job, and it can change a few lives as well.
There’s no better feeling than getting a comment from a reader who was so appreciative of my blog article .
It truly is life-changing and is worth the hustle!