This describes how to easily create blog content for your mlm leads prospecting.
Automated Marketing Update.
Last newsletter I wrote about how having an automatic mlm leads prospecting and sponsoring system can be a powerful tool. It can help you find the right people for your business. And it can do it for you automatically. All you need is a mlm lead capture page system and some good bizop traffic.
Since that newsletter I had a client report his traffic findings after only 120 clicks of traffic:
- 52% optin rate at his mlm lead capture rate
- 4 sales
Those sales came about without him ever picking up the phone to call the mlm leads.
That’s pretty powerful!
Blog Article Writing Made Easy.
A number of people use blogs for their mlm or network marketing business. Some use blogs for personal branding, while others try to “attract” prospects with their blog.
While having a blog can be a great addition to your network marketing business, it can be a real drain of your time.
If you’re like most people, you have a ton of ideas to blog about, but have very little time to actually write the content.
So what do you do? How do you create fresh content without taking up your entire prospecting day?
My answer is to use TextBroker. I let them do the writing for me so I’m free to do other income-producing tasks. (I write my own MLMLeads.com content, but use TextBroker for my brick/mortar clients. You can use them for your business also.)
The strategy is to find articles on the Internet that you like, then have TextBroker rewrite the articles for you. That way you have original content being posted to your blog.
TextBroker is a content writing service. You contract them to write content for you. They in turn contract directly with writers around the world. I commonly have articles written 200-450 words in length and pay about $9-$11 USD for such an article.
I usually give the writer a list of URLs and keywords that I’m targeting. I instruct the writer to rewrite each article. I give them the desired article length and keywords. It usually takes 3-5 business days before I get article proofs back. I can request revisions if needed. Once I accept them, the transaction is complete. I copy/paste the article from their site and into my blog.
After awhile, you may find that one writer performs better than others. If that’s the case, you can request that writer for future articles.
If you have more money than time to write blog articles, you might also consider using TextBroker. I highly recommend them for writing blog article content.
Thanks for reading.
To your success,