How to Get More Traffic to Your MLM Blog

How to Get More Traffic to Your MLM BlogNowadays, social media is key. Everyone is on some form of social media – whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more. If you want to get more traffic to your MLM blog, you must utilize social media tools. Do you know which ones are the best?

There are seven main places that you need to be posting on in order to get more traffic to your MLM blog:

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, LinkedIn, and via email list. Let’s talk specifics about these social media platforms…
Probably the most important form of social media is Facebook. Everyone is on Facebook these days! Be sure to always post the link to your blog on your fan page first! However, Facebook can be finicky sometimes and doesn’t display the correct picture that goes along with the post. The way to solve this is to type in “Facebook clear cache” into Google and click the first link that appears. Then, click “Fetch new scrape information” and the correct picture should show up!
Also, be sure to post on your personal page and all of the groups that you belong to. There are various networking marketing and MLM groups all over Facebook! These groups have lots of people in them and can definitely get more traffic to your MLM blog.

One key point to take away from this is to be sure that you’re using the correct language in your post.

If you’re on Pinterest, you should say “Pin this…”. If you’re on Facebook, you can say “Like,share, or comment…”. If you use the wrong social media language, then people will not see your post as credible.
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I learned all of these tricks and many more by watching Ray Higdon’s “3 Minute Expert” course videos. If you would like some more information about how to get more traffic to your MLM blog, be sure to send me an email at dbi@drewberman.com. I hope to hear from you soon!
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  • Josh Ben Miller February 12, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    Make sure you’re using the correct language, that’s a great point! I’ve found myself simply copying and pasting links from platform to platform before and keeping this in mind can definitely be the difference between appearing professional or just an amateur. Thanks for sharing!

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