I am SO guilty of having multiple blogs - some GREAT ideas - with cobwebs. Time to take these lessons and apply them to ONE blog and get some traction. Thanks!
In this article I am going to share with you how to prevent cobwebs from taking over on your blog. If you are into blogging to generate leads for your network marketing business, then I know your number one challenge is creating content and where to get those content for your blog. However this is in fact the easiest task to do if you are blogging to generate mlm leads for your business.
1. Your blog must be updated regularly – this means you need and must post content to your blog on a regular basis. And speaking of on a regular basis, this doesn’t mean that you must post on your blog everyday unless if you have that enough time to post it on a daily basis. You can post on your blog once every 2, 3, 4 days, once a week and even once a month. You don’t do it by posting articles daily for 30-60 days and then after that your blog becomes a ghost town. No, not like that. You do it on a consistent basis if you want to gain more readers and followings on your blog.
2. Post more content – as I’ve said, posting articles on your blog on a regular basis is critical to your success. But what if you don’t have any idea or you’re running out of ideas on what to write on your blog? You don’t have to because you can do this even if you’re not a savvy writer. And the key here to provide as much value as you can to your readers and followings. You do this by sharing on your blog other people’s socially proven content. You can find these contents on sites like digg, stumbleupon, facebook blogging groups, thatmlmbeat and even on tribepro which is totally hot right now!
3. Blog commenting – taking the time to comment on other people’s blog within your niche really is a great way to get ideas and even drive traffic to your blog. Why? Because as you read other people’s comment, there are a lot of questions and ideas that comes into mind. And when you boil it down, those ideas and questions can be answered through a new blog post.
The key here is to stay focused and be consistent. If you’re not using a blog to generate leads for your network marketing business, what? If you’re not blogging now, when?
So there you have it. I hope that you have somehow learned something from this article about how to prevent cobwebs from taking over on your blog.
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Great post, Sonny. I post on my blog everyday. I know everyone can't do that but I've found that you get the best results when you're willing to do the things that majority of people won't want to do. It's all about discipline and consistency. I'm on a mission where I'll post 1 new content everyday on my blog for the next 100 days non-stop. If you'll do this, you'll see amazing traffic coming to your blog and you won't have to worry about cobwebs accumulating on your blog :-) Thanks for your tips. Make it a fantastic Monday!
I carry a little 3 x 2 inch notebook in my back pocket and whenever I see or hear or think of something in my daily routine that lights an idea for a blog post I just make a short note. Once you get into the habit you will find that you have more ideas for posts than time to actually make them.
Hi Sonny, Thanks for sharing this post. Coming up with new content isn't always easy but you point out how important it is to make sure to post regularly. I needed that reminder. Sometimes I have good ideas for a post but just don't know how to flesh them out for a post. I will work on that.
Hi Sonny, Thanks for the great advice. I post once a week to my blog. Statistics show Friday to be the best too.