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#1 Paula Frye

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Posted 06 June 2013 - 02:09 PM

Hi, When I first heard the term blogs ... blogging ... etc. I thought it was a silly name and didn't really pay much attention to it. Then I noticed a lot of people were doing it. If they were all using blogs, there had to be something to it -- or at least you would think so. Now I totally see why blogging is so important. Not only can blogs be used to tell people about services and products you use, blogging can also be used to build your name recognition. I am probably not blogging the right way (if there is even a "right" way), but I'm trying to make sure the things that I sell are in the search engines. For instance, I'm in one of the diet product MLMs (Skinny Body Care). I created a blog specifically for that business. I also did that with MCA. By having blog posts in the search engines, someone is likely to end up on one of them and buy or join something I'm writing about. I am not much of a writer, so my blog posts are mainly ads with more information tucked into them. It may not be perfect, but it's helping me to get sales. I guess that's important when you work online for a living. How are you using blogs? If you aren't using blogs yet, why aren't you? Paula
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#2 Kevin J Timothy

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Posted 27 November 2015 - 06:29 AM

I use blogs to simply share with others my experiences.

Hopefully the mistakes that I've made in my internet

marketing journey can be of benefit to someone else.

 

I will also blog a small percentage of rants.

 

Inspirational, most likely.

 

I love the concept of blogging because it gives

you a (searchable) home to display your content.

 

When done properly, of course, it could mean for

some decent ad revenue.


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#3 oldbuddy

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Posted 30 November 2015 - 12:10 AM

I use my blog to connect with other people on the same path I am on, only a little behind. I am realizing there are a ton of people trying to make a few extra bucks online, that have no clue how valuable a blog can be. By giviing them a real time dynamic demonstration of what I do with mine, they may get the idea to use a few of the products and services that pay me commission every month.

 

Of course it helps that they cost less than the competition and provide high quality performance.


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Posted 22 August 2016 - 09:43 AM

 If you aren't using blogs yet, why aren't you? Paula

 

Currently, I'm not using blogs. I have better results advertising the products than blogging about them.


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Posted 08 September 2016 - 03:09 PM

I can still remember some of the heroes of the 4th 9/11 plane being mentioned on a blog I was following hours before anything made any of the regular news services.


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Posted 15 July 2017 - 09:17 AM

Blogs can be useful and can make you money. The problem (like every other site) is getting readers to your blog. Many use them incorrectly by using them as sales copy displays. Bad idea. When bloggers try to talk to people vs. sell to them, it tends to work out better.


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#7 Darren Olander

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 11:13 AM

When bloggers try to talk to people vs. sell to them, it tends to work out better.

 

Excellent point! And this approach should be used to all copy in my opinion, including email marketing.


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