MLM blog: Top industry earner Lena Bjorna presents...

Got an MLM blog? If you're a network marketer, you probably already have a blog that you post on (at least every now and then ;), or you've been meaning to start one... ;))

I often get questions from home business owners about how to come up with new, fresh and exciting content on a regular basis for their MLM blog, and that's the question I address in this video.

Many network marketers seem to think their personal blog should be about their MLM company, but that's NOT the way to go. Your MLM blog should be about delivering value (tips and training), also, it should brand YOU as a leader and an expert. Use your MLM blog NOT to promote your company or building the brand of your company but to build your OWN brand. Remember, companies come and go, so do products lines, uplines, downlines... But wherever you go, there you are, so make sure you are investing your time into building You Inc.

Your MLM blog will only get better over time, so be patient with yourself and remember to have fun, too!

Remember, "consistency, not perfection"...that's the rule you want to follow when it comes to posting on your MLM blog.

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Build Your Network With These Smart Tips

Discover a new aspect of marketing with network marketing. Forget about large-scale marketing campaigns, and focus on building a network marketing blog & relationships instead. If you have good people skills and enjoy getting to know your customers, you should be excellent at network marketing. These tips will help you find out how you can use network marketing for your business.

Network Marketing is a business so treat it as one. Do not make the mistake of thinking you can just work on it whenever you have a little time. Time has a way of slipping past us and before you know it, it's gone. Schedule your time to work on your business and follow the schedule.

In order to be successful with networking marketing, it is important to have a network marketing blog and a solid customer base to build upon. This audience is the grounds for promoting the product or service that you are looking to spread the word about. It can be beneficial to take the time to cater the product or service that you are promoting to the appropriate audience, in order to maximize your overall effectiveness.

Did you know that if you buy a new computer you can claim it on your income tax as an asset of your network marketing business? I upgrade my computer yearly and deduct the cost on my income tax. If you don't want to claim the profit you make selling your old computer, instead trade it for services that will benefit your network marketing strategy, like advertising.

When you've completed your initial network marketing blog, ask someone you know who knows nothing about network marketing to look at it. Have them use a critical eye when reviewing everything, and then find out if they would sign up through you if the website is all they had known about you.

As you can see, network marketing goes against treating customers as a group. By approaching your customers as individuals, you work on the quality of a relationship rather than the size of your network. This method definitely brings more satisfaction and makes consumption a much more enjoyable experience for the customers.

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