Why does a person blog?
To provide a day to day diary online.
To Share Photographs.
To Champion a Political Cause.
To practice poetry.
To advance private Online Journalism.
To Share Opinions and Perspectives.
To “scratch” the “writing” itch.
To target areas and topics of dissatisfaction or injustice.
Wait, back up.
How does one sell in a blog?
I’m not talking about “selling” an idea. I mean; sell for profit, make money, moolah, increase the bottom line.
How can you use a blog to do that?
Well, you find a topic that’s controversial, a topic someone is interested in knowing more about, something they might enter into a Google search.
You offer information on the topic at your blog, you become a place of solace for that person to come to. You fuel whatever stance you take on that topic, drawing in more readers. If the stance, is “anti-topic”, you present what you feel is an alternative, a clear solution to the problem.
That solution is your business, your “sell”.
Your blog becomes a variety of links that champion the solution and denigrate the “anti-topic”. Your links include your business websites, your associates’ websites, and more links that make the case to come back to your blog and your business links.
The more the “anti-topic” is held in contempt, the more you look like the good guy.
Soon, the bucks will be rolling in. You are on top, your business is on top and life is rosy; thanks to blogging.
Of course by then, your business may become the current “anti-topic” of the blog world. What goes around, comes around.
I have stated before at DISCLAIMER.
“This blog is not a “recruiting” vehicle for my Quixtar Independent Business.”
You can not purchase Quixtar products through this blog. I am not seeking potential partners for my business through this blog.
Quixtar is a part of my life. I write about things in my life. I enjoy discussing Network Marketing/MLM and I like to discuss sales and training practices about the industry. I may even write entries that may help someone in their own business. It’s what I like to do.
I have other avenues that I like to use to introduce people to my business or my services.”
So you will not see a link to my Quixtar web page, you will not see a link to my online training forum, and you won’t see all positive Quixtar links at my site.
You will see open, honest opinions and thoughts concerning my Quixtar business and MLM; and daily happenings and thoughts on the rest of my life; plus a few really bad jokes from time to time. I hope I can “sell” you on that!