Online Network Marketing 101A - Basic Must Steps To Follow To Be A Successful MarketerWritten by Henry Tanaka
This guide is for people who know what network marketing is but still in need of a “boost” to start either because they are lost and not know what to do or they have a really bad mentor. If you feel that this reading is not for you, you are very welcome to view my other articles.
If you are new to network marketing and you are lost and not knowing what to do, do not worry. I have been in your spot before, most of us have been. We read hundreds of pages of guide written by so called network marketing guru and yet we still don’t earn profit that they are earning.
If you have a pen right in front of you, write down these bulleted steps (do not copy and paste; writing has a more significant effects to brain). I will talk more about each point in this article and my next one.
o Get right mentor o Decide on right advertising method for you. o Take Action! o Learn o Practice o Be Creative o Take Action!
1. Get right mentor.
I have been in marketing industry for a couple of year. I am not as experienced as others but I do know how important it is to have right mentor. Just like a toddler learning how to walk, you will need someone to guide you. If you think you can do well, in your business without a mentor, you are wrong. I am able to be reach my current stage in my business is all because of what my mentor taught me. If you are really new and have not join any network marketing company, make sure you join a company that provides you with a proper mentor! Not only mentor can tell you what you should do, he/she can also be a motivational factor in your business. After you are sure that you got yourself an understanding, knowledgeable and helpful mentor, it is time to proceed to next step: Deciding on right advertising method for you.
2. Decide on right advertising method for you.
Writing Articles, But Still Not Getting Traffic? That’s Because Your Articles Suck – But I Can Help! (Part 1)Written by Jason DeVelvis
We’ve all been there. We hear about how articles will generate HUGE publicity for a site, (the old “If you build it, they will come”) so we sit down, write an article, submit it to places like www.ezinearticles.com, www.content-articles.com, www.articlesfactory.com, etc, then wait. A week goes by, you get a trickle, another week, still a trickle, a month, still a trickle (if that). What happened to all promise of thousands and thousands of people coming to site? Nothing - that’s problem. Very few (if any) ezines, newsletters, or web sites reprinted your article. Just RSS feeds (they were probably responsible for trickle). Lets take a look at how an article should be written for maximum exposure.
Headline/Title (This just in…)
The headline is arguably most important part of article. If reader isn’t interested after reading headline, they won’t read rest. It should be something catchy. My first article was entitled “Branded Email: Email Branding is Next Generation of Email” and after posting that to a site or two, I shortened it to “Branded Email: The Next Generation of Email.” By now, I’m sure you realize that introduction paragraph was describing my first experience at article writing. My title was not catchy, (in fact, it sucked) and nobody came.
What is catchy? “How to” headlines are good. “10 Tips” (or 5 tips, or 47 tips) are often read. Case studies are great. Alliteration (putting words that begin with similar sounds together in a row – Gary Guesses Google’s Gauge – Wow, that was bad, but you get point) grabs a reader’s attention. Using common phrases and clichés is quite effective, putting a funny spin or changing those same phrases and clichés works well too. Questions get readers. Pique reader’s curiosity, and they’ll read.
Also, depending on your audience, you can use "shocking" words and phrases - mild swear words and words that industry deems “taboo” work well to get readers. “Shocking” headlines create emotion, and emotion gets a visitor to read article. I probably offended you (or made you laugh) with my headline – and you’re reading article now. Just make sure that if you decide to go with a “shocking” headline, you also propose a solution. “- but I can help!” takes your offence and changes it to “Wow, he’s right, I’ll read article and find out how he can help me!” Some readers wouldn’t keep reading if I just made headline “Your articles suck” – that’s just plain mean. For example: If I was writing an article about plastic surgery, I could make headline “Are you ugly? I can fix that.”