So you probably have heard by now that writing simple, 400-600 word articles & blog posts is one of the best ways available to you for getting tons of free MLM Leads for your business or your network marketing opportunity.
In fact, writing articles to get Leads is one of the many killer strategies you’ll learn inside my free video series (you can even get started for FREE — simply click the banner at the top of my blog!)
Because it WORKS, it’s free, and thanks to the formula I’m about to share with you it’s EASY.
In fact, this formula can be the difference between spending endless hours “spinning your wheels” with little or no results to show for it, and getting leads, money, new distributors, and sales to flow into your network marketing business like clockwork, automatically.
…and I can’t stress “automatically” enough.
You can write a simple article or blog post in 20 minutes or less, and it will sit there and generate leads for your business 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
How’s that for some leverage?
So to help you be as successful as possible, I’m going to share with you a unique formula called TPMS.
No, it’s not a disease… it’s just a super powerful way to crank out high quality lead producing articles & blog posts in record time.
Now the first letter in the TPMS formula is T. And that stands for “Topic”.
The first step to writing an article or blog post is to pick your topic. A lot of writers think their topic just has to be related to the keywords that they’re trying to target. But that’s not always true. It actually depends on the next letter, P.
P stands for “purpose”. When you’re developing the purpose of your article, I find it a lot easier to zero in on what I want the purpose of my article to be by using these 2 questions:
Because remember, you don’t want too broad of a purpose. You should write your articles with the intent of boosting your website’s search engine rankings, while also generating interest from your reader so that they’ll want to learn more about your products, opportunity, or whatever else you’re promoting. In other words, you’re going to turn the reader into a lead for your MLM business through the interest that you generate.
Now next is M, and M stands for “main idea”. This one is pretty simple to come up with, but if you’re having trouble try answering this question:
“What is the one thing you want the reader to get out of reading your article?”
Personally, I always incorporate my “main idea” in the opening paragraph of my article – often in the first sentence. And I highly recommend that you do the same. Just make sure that your main idea is direct and concise. You don’t want to try to tackle too many things in your article. Remember, you’re trying to generate interest from your prospect, and the best way to do that is to leave them wanting more (in a good way). So don’t try to cover all the bases with just one article.
Now last, but certainly not least, is S, and it stands for “supporting ideas”. This is the meat of your article. And although it sounds obvious to tell you to use supporting ideas in your article, a lot of people struggle and end up off topic because they haven’t clearly defined their supporting ideas before they start writing.
Don’t let that be you!
Because if you fail to have clearly defined supporting ideas you’ll only generate confusion from your reader… and confusion hardly ever converts into leads and sales for your MLM business.
And that’s it!
Pretty simple, don’t you think?
But when you use this simple formula you’ll be amazed how much faster you’ll be able to write quality, lead producing articles.
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Clint is a consultant, blogger and online marketer that lives in Texas with his family.