Here are some of my observations and suggestions...please take these to heart and they are not an attack on you or your site.
The site doesn't seem to have a "focus". A blog for business is supposed to get traffic to funnel into your business. Either for clicking through to a sales page or building your list. There is neither of those I can see on the site.
The About page needs to be juiced up a bit too. It should sell what ever your site is focused on. Right now it is selling you as someone (among the thousands of others online) "trying" to make IM work. Not a real good reason to read the blog or come back. So how are you going to show them "Real Opportunities, For Real Income" when you tell them you aren't making any? Know what I mean? You don't want to lie, but you need to give people a reason to read and come back. Something like "I am on a journey to create an online income using the paths others have blazed to do the same..." or something along those lines.
The process for most blogs is to build your list, send notices when you have a new post, the readers go to your blog, starts to build traffic and notice with search engines, rinse and repeat. You will usually build the list in Safelist and TEs to then funnel the traffic to the blog for the sales to happen. Some use a strategy to write reviews on products and send your list subscribers to the reviews with your affiliate links in them.
The reviews section is a good idea, but there is nothing there. This would be a good place to put a thorough review of your programs with the pros and cons. People will come to see reviews more than anything. I am not sure why the main page articles are not showing up in the "Article" menu. The header needs to have something catchy there, the black is too, um, bland. Some kind of graphic or photo to grab attention.
You may want to move the ads to a page called "Opportunities" or something like that. This is all going to depend on what your focus for the blog is going to be. Too many ads distract the reader and makes it too easy to lose them. If you look at popular blogs, every ad is focused and brings them back to what the theme of the site is. Unless your focus is getting ad clicks, then the strategy will be a bit different. If you want to focus on ads, you should use CPA ads in the theme of the blog to generate more income than other types of ads.
In general, a "general" theme or focus of a blog is harder to rank than a "micro-niche". A strategy that has shown successful is to have a variety of different blogs on micro topics. Like "How to make money with Prosperity Marketing System" and have a bunch of articles about how to market and use the system. When people search for the topic, you will rank higher because you are not fighting a huge amount of keywords. If they are looking for information about a topic, like looking into "Prosperity Marketing", they will find your site easier than others who have no focus on this topic.
You have a good start to a successful blog with a little sprucing up. Personally, I have made more money writing content and such for bloggers than I ever made with a blog myself. Hope this helps!