Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone If You Want To Be Successful In Network Marketing – Guide Day 15

Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone If You Want To Be Successful In Network Marketing

My 30 Day Simple Network Marketing Guide Day 15


When you are trying to build a successful business you have to get out of your comfort zone. You have to be 100% focused and consistent to attract visitors to your webpage. You will make little or no money if you have too few streams of income or worse if you only have one!

You can’t have too many streams of income! Of course these have to be established over a period of time. There are classic cases where for instance a marketer set up a “high ticket” product (high value and cost products) valued $3000 each time by Google Pay Per Click – he was doing very well with that but at the end of 2010 Google stopped it. Overnight a major stream of income dried up and there was nothing he could do about it!

Thankfully he had developed other streams of income! And that is what you must do but you can’t do it overnight – you have to get out of your comfort zone, work hard and go the extra mile! There is no easy option to be financially free and have the quality of life you and your family deserve but it is all so well worthwhile! And believe me you will enjoy your journey on the way knowing that through your efforts and help from others you will achieve your goals and aspirations. Now there are many ways to commence your way forward.

All I am doing here is to give you a few pointers to moving you forward in your quest and I am happy to help you in the future.

Move on by:-


1) Blogging every day or say 2/3 times a week but always be consistent!

  • Personality –  Inject your personality into your blog posts. Write like you speak. Make your blog posts conversational. Use your unique voice to tell your story in each and every blog post
  • Opinion on topics related to your blog’s overall subject matter. Don’t be afraid to inject your personal opinions into your blog posts.
  • Participation – In order to grow the community on your blog, your readers need to feel like they are participating in a 2-way conversation. If someone leaves a comment, respond to it. If a reader emails you directly with a legitimate question or comment, respond to that person. Make your readers feel important by talking with them, not just at them.
  • Value – your blog needs to add value to readers’ lives for them to take the time to read what you have to say. Your blog posts need to actually say something unique in your own voice, with your own opinions, and in a conversational manner.
  • Availability – Don’t publish a blog post and then disappear for a week or month. Successful blogs are updated frequently. Readers grow to rely on them for the useful information, valuable commentary, or engaging conversations that happen on your blog. If readers can’t rely on you to be there when they visit with new content or conversations, they’ll look elsewhere (Thanks to Susan Gunelius for some content)

2) Pay Per Click – indulge when you have a marketing budget!

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pay per click (PPC) (also called cost per click) is an internet advertising model used to direct traffic to websites, in which advertisers pay the publisher (typically a website owner) when the ad is clicked. Farris et al have defined it simply as “the amount spent to get an advertisement clicked.”

With search engines, advertisers typically bid on keyword phrases relevant to their target market. Content sites commonly charge a fixed price per click rather than use a bidding system. PPC “display” advertisements, also known as “banner” ads, are shown on web sites or search engine results with related content that have agreed to show ads.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pay_per_click

3) Email marketing This is most important – when blogging send the link back to read the blogs on your website as these are exposed to your marketing list.

Email Marketing Works… doesn’t it?

Over the last few months I’ve seen lots of emails that have hit my inbox. With several email marketing solutions available and the perceived benefit of mailing it seems to have come into vogue (which is strange as email marketing has been around for ages). The only problem is that if everyone is doing it, how do you stand out from the crowd?
Remember, email marketing is marketing – and so is subject to the standard rules of effective marketing, the first of which is being RELEVANT. (Thanks to Robin Adams for some content)

In the next post I will expand on the ways of Email Marketing and other ways to introducing you to other ways of making money online.

TIPS ON BLOGGING FOR YOUR EARLY INFORMATION!

  • Personally I try to keep to 500 – 600 words for the main body of my blog but as you can see here it does not always work!
  • If necessary, continue your topic in your next blog
  • Always include images and where appropriate – a video or two
  • Good content is king! I will probably write a special blog about blogging soon!

Inspired by Chris and Susan Beesley with many thanks.

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7 Responses to Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone If You Want To Be Successful In Network Marketing – Guide Day 15

  1. A lot of good points you’ve made here, John. Adding images and video to your posts will draw the eye and it breaks the text up for easier reading. I’m always very impresed with people who can blog every day. I often find it hard to manage a weekly post with all the other work that I have to do! Great goal to set yourself if you get results from it.

    Enjoy the journey.

    Mandy

  2. John says:

    Hi Mandy
    Many thanks for your comments – I struggle to do 2 or 3 blogs a week now with other challenges especially TTM and VIP! I will try to include videos in future if I find a relevant one!
    Thanks for your time – catch up soon.
    Regards John

  3. Jon Barry says:

    Hi John

    Multiple streams of income always sounds such a strange term, and for many a little alien. You get a job, you have an income….

    Now, the other half works too, o for most this is it.
    Some people have to work multiple part-time jobs, but still the phrase sounds “strangey”.

    It is only when you talk to business owners, marketers, entrepreneurs that multiple streams of income seem to appear in everyday language.

    What is it that allows these people to see the advantages in it, while the majority consider having “a job” their safe bet! They see marketing, working for themselves, as risky….

    As Randy Gage’s new book says, “Risky Is The New Safe”

    I would not feel secure in “just a job” anymore.

    I am so glad that we don’t have to, especially when opportunities like Pure Leverage comes along!

    Thanks for the inspiration for another blog post!

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  4. John says:

    Hi Jon
    Thank you for your comments – always appreciated.
    The only problem with multiple streams of income is choosing the right two or three! I personally think that this is sufficient but we get inundated with opportunities and then invites to upgrade!
    My theory is that one should first build up a marketing fund before embarking on an upgrade or a new opportunity. It seems that some people try new things all the time but then they can afford to “experiment.”
    It is almost like gambling – one only does it if they can afford to lose it!
    Cheers John
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  5. Jon Barry says:

    Hi John,

    I do think any method of increasing your income should be self sustaining within a reasonable amount of time….. Or it fails to be an income stream, and it seems another drain….

    The reasonable time period is fluid, and partly controlled by your gut!

    Part of the decision to stay in or not has to be instinctive

    Jon
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  6. John says:

    Hi Jon

    Thanks for your comment. It seems as though we are all hunting for the perfect income streams but what we are doing is the best way. Failing ourselves to success! That’s instinctive. Cheers John
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