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TopNetworkersGroup Blogging Network – Discussing Web Domination

Lots of thought has gone into what I'll be calling the TNG Blogging Network (for short). It's going to be nothing short of powerful though, and you'll want to participate. Over the last few years I've personally participated in an 'internet revolution' within the network marketing industry. After LevelOneNetwork went out of business, I had to think about what I wanted to do. I learned so much and was personally benefiting from applying SEO to my blogging. The free traffic I generate from blogging, is something I had hoped all my business partners would want as well.

However, that has not been the case!

The convergence of pure internet marketing methods, with network marketing began to happen at fever pitch.  I'd say right now several are still feeling the after affects, as there seems to be a split.

You have people who want to blog and participate in a Blogging Network

For the most part, the people who are curently working with 'big name' blogging network based programs enjoy being there for the compensation plan. A very small percentage are there because they truly understand the 'benefits' that come from being in a blogging network. Sadly, several networks aren't even 'set up' properly to create the kind of search engine juice that these blogs need. Together Everyone Achieves More; teamwork, makes the dreamwork in every scenario. The same is true for blogging.

ESPN & HuffingtonPost are both examples of a blogging network. The people writing on that site are all getting mass exposure, and if they have blogs of their own, those are also getting traffic. The problem too many network marketers have, is they approach business from the S-quadrant; they have a Self-Employed mentality, instead of a Business Owner mentality.

Then you have the people who simply do Not want to blog, and I totally get why that is.

What is the point of writing if no one is going to see it?

blogging network increases visibility

That's where the average network marketer is today. This is usually the same reasoning that networkers use to not post on social media too. They figure, no one is going to see what they are posting.  It's simply a misunderstanding of life. People are always watching you, even if they don't tell you what they saw. Folks aren't always going to share their thoughts with you either. So it's less important for you to focus on the 'feedback' you feel that you're getting and instead, continue to work.

Continue to use social media to share thoughts, ideas, opinions that help you build relationships with others. Eventually you and those people might end up making money together in a business opportunity! That's how these things go. However, if you're even more proactive, being part of a blogging network will increase your 'exposure' to other people. If you add another skill set, which is understanding SEO and using it to your benefit, you 'and' the blogging network will dominate the web.

Because, just as the flagship blog for TNG is called "It's All of It" - blogging alone won't be enough.

Joining a blogging network, alone, won't be enough.

Blogging every day, really and truly is not enough if you don't 'also' have an understanding of how SEO works. You've got to know what a backlink is, and isn't.  So, ultimately we're back to a conversation on mindset. If your thinking is stinking it's going to hold you back. Don't let doubts, or hard headedness keep you broke!

Below, is my case for why You'll want to be part of the TNG Blogging Network.

Not only that, but how learning and applying SEO to your efforts will increase your results. A rising tide lifts all ships, and if you're part of our blogging network fleet, who knows what we will accomplish together. Actually, we already know what we'll accomplish. Complete, Web domination.

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