Blogging and Network Marketing
Blogging has become one of the top methods for building your Network Marketing business online and offline. Creating a blog you can become an expert and start attracting more people who are actually looking to work with you in your Network Marketing Business.
Using your blog to consistently put value into the Network Marketing niche you will start to establish yourself as an expert in the field.
The other thing that is critical and what your blog is really all about is collecting leads. Without a list of leads you are not going to build anything.
There some keys to how you go about creating your blog and adding content.
1. Be consistent with adding content. This is probably one of the most important things you NEED to do.
2. You need to have a good FREE give away to capture leads. Without this it makes no sense to just blog. The whole purpose of the blog is to COLLECT LEADS!
3. Keep your content relevant and inline with what you are trying to be an expert in. In other words don't write articles on cooking if you are trying to be an expert in the network marketing niche, make sense.
These are just a few of the blogging tips that I will give you. The first thing you need to do is think about what you can offer as a free give away.
You don't want to setup your blog and start working hard on getting traffic and have NO way to capture leads. You will find that you will have lost a lot of potential leads that will never come back.
So figure out what you want to give away that again relates to what you going to blogging about and then go about setting up your blog.
So how do you go about setting up your blog? That's really a topic for another blog, but I will give you the basics.
First thing you will need to do is pick a domain for your blog. Personally I chose to use my name as my domain name… rondeering.com because I want to brand myself.
Then you will actually have to setup the wordpress blogging system at a hosting company.
When that's done you will be ready to start the process and get your blog on the map.
One of the best courses I've found on the process and thinking behind the blog is by Ray Higdon.
If you are interested in seeing what my blog did the first few months after I started you can find that here.