Friday, February 2, 2018

How to Succeed in Direct Selling Without Parties #2

Following up on my last post how to succeed in direct selling, here are additional tips to help grow your direct sales business online. 

As I mentioned in my last post blogging is my favorite online method. It's my go-to platform. It's my content and forever available as long as I have this blog. This makes it easy for people interested in a direct sales home business to find me. You only have to write the content once.

BLOG TOPICS

The biggest challenge when you're new to blogging is coming up with what topics to blog about. Or you just don't know what to write. And how to come up with titles for your articles.

Let's say you're a skin care direct sales consultant. There's a lot of valuable content and training available from your company. Most people don't tap into what's being offered for free from their company. 

If you want to write with ease on the products you're selling, becoming familiar with your company's products is a huge plus. The same goes for your company's business opportunity. Become an expert in your business.

READ BLOGS

There are many valuable blogs not only in direct sales but on any topic you can think of. By reading blogs you'll not only learn about any topic you want but you'll learn about the look and content of each blog. This will give you ideas for your own blog.

Also, be sure to leave comments if you find the content helpful. I do my best to share articles and blogs that I find helpful on my blog.

ADVERTISEMENTS

Online ads can be paid and free. Most of the direct sales directories are reasonable. Karen Clark, direct sales trainer, has a great list on her website -> Direct Selling Online Directories

You can also search online for direct sales directories. Give it a try if you have a budget for it.

There are many free sites such as Hulafrog. Not all free ones are worth creating a profile but there are good ones.

PRACTICE

Practice writing and finding content for your blog. Challenge yourself to write even if you think you're not good at it, yet. You don't need to be the best writer as long as you're offering something valuable. You can start with one article a week and increase as you go. 

The key is consistency. Imagine writing only one article a week and doing it every single week. You'll have a lot of content on your blog in no time.

I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comment below.

Until next time, keep on direct selling.

Janette

P.S.  Want more online direct sales tips? Click on Direct Sales Tips and please share if you find it helpful. 

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