MLM Blog TrainingWould you like to have a kickass lead generation machine which can have people reaching out to you on autopilot? Those leads will be qualified leads who you do not have to sell on Network Marketing and and will be more than happy to work with you.

Like my mentor would say, if you plan on being in this industry for the long term, it is advisable for you to have an MLM blog where you can publish content. So in today’s blog post, I am going to be sharing some MLM blog training, including why you should be blogging.

MLM Blog Secrets: Why Should You Set Up An MLM Blog?

Check out any expert in their field. They teach, they publish, and they add value. Its no different in the Network Marketing niche.  So here are some reasons I recommend setting up an MLM blog:

1. It establishes you as an expert and helps you brand yourself online– 98% of most Network Marketers online are doing nothing more than pasting their company replicated links all over Facebook, hoping some random person reaches out to them. In that kind of saturated environment, why should anyone listen to you? Blogging positions you as an expert and a leader, helps you build authority online and people are likely to listen to you.

2. You Are Adding Value– Its a spiritual law that we get paid according to the value we add to the market place. If you are constantly teaching, and educating your market place you will increase your vibration and attract higher quality people to you.

3.  Automatic Lead Generation: If you do this right, and long term, you might never have to worry about leads again. My mentor gets 3000 plus leads every single month, and most of them are pre-sold on Network Marketing.

4. Another Stream Of Income– If you are consistently blogging and putting out content, and Free VALUE, in a matter of time, you will build a loyal following of fans who trust you, and as such when you create your own products, they will be more than happy to buy from you. Because they believe that you will give them value. Gary Vaynerchuk wrote a lovely book on this concept called “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook”, meaning value, value, value, then your offer/product.  If you are interested in the book, you can check it out by clicking the image below.

My Disclaimer On MLM Blogging:

When a lot of people discover the internet, they go crazy, and because the idea of attracting leads to them on autopilot is so seductive, they begin to bash the fundamentals and basics of MLM by calling them “old school” and talking about how making your name list and all is an exercise in futility.

IF you are new to MLM and you want to make money FAST, the best thing for you is go out there and prospect your ass off.  Put as many people as possible in front of your company seminar,video, or DVD. And ignore anyone telling you prospecting is old school. Most people go to the internet out of weakness because they do not want to learn the fundamentals. So learn how to prospect first, then when you are profitable, you can begin to learn how to leverage the internet. Internet marketing has a steep learning curve, which is why I am putting out this MLM blog training to just help.

You can watch this video where Eric Worre interviews my mentor Ray Higdon on this approach

https://youtu.be/rqV5Lqg2fdw

So I hope you got value from this introductory MLM blog training on why you should set up your own blog. Feel free to comment, and share with your teammates.

Other Resources similar to this MLM Blog Training:

Why You Should Do Attraction Marketing

Personal Branding in MLM

MLM Blog Training from Ray Higdon’s Top Earner Success School

To your success!

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