STOP! Don't Fall Victim To Information Overload!

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  1. ChrisDarrenJames profile image61
    ChrisDarrenJamesposted 8 years ago

    Have you fallen victim to MLM information overload? Are you looking to reduce overwhelm? If so, then read on... smile

    So you've decide to take your business online.  You've subscribed to every internet guru's list and brought every product. If you are like I was, you are now feeling overwhelmed with information, confused and are likely to feel like doing nothing.

    The late Jim Rohn stated that in order to increase your wealth you must increase your value.  In Magnetic Sponsoring, Mike Dillard states that to increase your value you must increase your knowledge.

    If you are like me, you then end up buying every product under the sun.   This can only lead you to feeling overwhelmed, confused and frustrated.

    Do not panic.  Do not fear.  Do not give up.  Do not feel like you have failed.  The knowledge you have is now worth gold.  It is time to organize your thoughts, write down a plan and take massive action.

    Start by writing a list of everything inside your head.  All your thoughts, just get them down.  Then structure them into categories.  Now it is time to start writing down all the information inside your head.

    Make sure you use keywords in your title, description and meta tags.  Brainstorm keywords that are being searched for on  a monthly basis using keyword research tools, such as Wordtracker, Google Keyword Tool or Nichbot.

    It is my opinion that you should start a blog and start writing.  The best strategy is to build a long term profitable business around a niche topic.  Design it around your passions.

    Forget about everything that is going on around you and just start writing.  Forget about all the emails that are coming from left right and center.  Forget about all the product promotions around you.

    If you create your own website with your own articles then you will have your own real estate that no one can take away from you.  It is a long term asset.

    You have to think long term, 3-6 months at least, depending on how quickly you create articles.

    You have to have a five year plan.  Begin with the end in mind.   Ask yourself what you really want.  Where you want to be in five years and break it down into small achievable goals (years/months/weeks/days).

    Without traffic of leads/potential customers flowing to you, then you don't have a business online.

    Once you have the traffic coming to you then you can move onto offering your products.

    The best way to move forward is to start a blog/website hosted by your own hosting account, such as Hostgator.  Why?  Because you own the content and no one can take it away from you.  Think of your blog like your very own piece of real estate.

    The best long term strategy would be to build a website/blog around your passions.  Drive traffic through article marketing writing quality keyword rich articles that add value.  The search engines will reward you with free organic traffic and your human visitors will be satisfied and builds a relationship.  Make sure you have an opt-in page.

    Imagine how much your prospects will be attracted to you and want to join you if you are generating your own leads on a daily basis.  Quality targeted leads. smile

    1. MikeNV profile image79
      MikeNVposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      This is HUB material... NOT Forum Material.

    2. jimbo9 profile image76
      jimbo9posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      "Build a website/blog around your passions. That is great, sound advice as is the other suggestions on this page. Found it helpful Every succes. Jim Hogan.

  2. akirchner profile image94
    akirchnerposted 8 years ago

    Yes probably - but good advice all the same!

  3. ChrisDarrenJames profile image61
    ChrisDarrenJamesposted 8 years ago

    MikeNV - Yeah it probably is hub material, but was meant to add value and help people move forward with there business.  I'll stick it in a hub. wink

    akirchner - Hey, thanks! smile

  4. profile image0
    kimberlyslyricsposted 7 years ago

    holy mega post batman!

    I say it . as stated, would make a great hub, do it, and I shall read it.  I just won't in a forum setting, respectfully, and it is a Saturday.

    Keep your thread posts to a paragraph top, and hub this puppy, I '  come follow you, because I like your efforts, whatever you said

    Sorry, just threads need to hop not hub ho,  cool

    I am not trying to mean, just help

    Cheers

    Kimberly big_smile

  5. Shadesbreath profile image83
    Shadesbreathposted 7 years ago

    Title: STOP! Don't Fall Victim To Information Overload!
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    fun with irony.

    1. sofs profile image80
      sofsposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      wonder piece of advice! Thanx!

 
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