Most people with a few years’ experience in network marketing will find themselves creating a presence online in a number of different ways. For instance, I have this blog, my personal Facebook account PLUS a business page, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ an IBO Toolbox account, a page on about.me and a LinkedIn account.
I already often curate and share content between the blog and IBO by re-purposing what I write in one place, for the other. This article is a good example.
Yesterday I wrote a new PR over on IBO about the wisdom of buying gold as a savings product due to the jitteriness of world financial markets. This is a curated quote and link and I hope you will go and read it – but after you read the rest of my post here!
The threat is that the value of your savings in traditional holdings like bank deposits and stocks and shares (and linked securities like UK ISAs) is going to decline very suddenly and very seriously. If you are looking at retirement in the next year or two, then this could be of very great concern to you. Your projected retirement income could be slashed and you could be looking at a future with not enough money to last your lifetime.
I don’t want to copy it word for word over here and Google won’t like it if I do.
As a method of creating your brand, linking your online places together in this way can really pay dividends and improve your business image.
Other ways I can draw attention to my PR/post:
- Tweet about it
- Create a Pinterest pin that links to it
- Post about it on Google+
- Update your Facebook status with a link to it
- Use the same tags/keywords across all your references
People are more likely to remember you and trust you if your name keeps popping into their online experience – and they will also remember why you are online and what you are promoting, to the extent it is very likely that they will subscribe to an offer or visit an affiliate site – exactly what you are aiming for.