MLM Blogging – Stylish, Smart, Sexy, Stimulating Core Authenticity

LESS is MORE, when you have the right props in place to support your intended outcome.

Why do you write your MLM blog? To get yourself out there on the net and become recognized as a “Brand”? To entice people to sign up as a subscriber or get them on your house email list so that you can build a relationship with them? To get ranked well on Google and create a large “Google Paper Trail” that validates you and what you say about yourself? To have people fall madly in love with you and your content so that it goes viral? To make money?

Think about the following scenarios for a bit and then relate them back to why MLM blogging is so important:

Think back to a time when you just met someone new at a party or some kind of function. This person appeared to be different. It almost felt like they had some sort of secret something going on and you couldn’t quite put your finger on what it was. But, nevertheless, you were drawn to them like a moth to a flame. You couldn’t stop trying to figure out what made them so attractive to you, why you felt they were almost magical, their silent call was that powerful. You were pulled right to them.

Now, think back to a time when you met someone and you INSTANTLY disliked them. Or you felt uncomfortable around them. Or you had the feeling that something with just off about them.  This person was very pleasant, dressed impeccably, said all of the right things, made all of the right moves. But, instinctively, you got a bad vibe from them and it repelled you.

What is the difference between those two people?

I believe that it comes down to CORE AUTHENTICITY.

People that are authentic at a core level are so comfortable with themselves, their future, their past, their mess, with exactly who they are, that they do not need anyone to validate their own value back to them. This is what makes them charismatic to others. They feel safe so people rush to be around them. They make people feel better so people like to be around them. And because so many other people are around them, more people come to join the crowd to see what’s going on.

People who are just going through the motions, who are not being honest at a core level leak their incongruency out. People FEEL it and respond to it viscerally. They are totally turned off by that person, regardless of what that person is outwardly expressing. When people are turned off, they leave. When others see the crowd thinning, they go away too. No one wants to be seen hanging around when there is nothing going on.

Core Authenticity Is Vital To The Success Of Your MLM Blogging

Core authenticity and how it relates to MLM Blogging.

Can people really feel YOU;  who you really are, what you stand for, what makes you YOU through your blog? Are you giving them enough really good content: blog posts, free reports, audios, videos, e-Newsletters, teleseminars to allow them to add their own innate imagination to the possibilities YOU bring to the party? Speaking straight from your heart allows  the right people to fall in love with the silent power of your unique song.

How self-aware are you?

  • Do you blog about your screw ups or only about your successes?
  • Do you share information about avoiding the pitfalls and perils that you have personally experienced?
  • Do you let your readers know how much you truly value them and always ask for their input so that you can serve them better?
  • Do you respond to the comments that people leave for you?
  • Do you publicly acknowledge people for their accomplishments or for value that they have provided you through your blog?
  • Do you regurgitate the same old stuff because it is a “hot topic”  and great for SEO or do you talk about the things that are important to your audience?
  • Do you know what your Unique Value Proposition is?

Who you BE ultimately determines how much you are actually able to sell. Your ability to authentically share what’s in your heart and your head IN-spires so much excitement in others that you get paid without selling anything at all.  People must be able to sell themselves on you first.

Hope that you have received some AWESOME value from this post !!


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About The Author –
Rose Mis is the author of “Dead Blogs Don’t Lie ~ 7 Secrets To A Wildly Popular High Traffic Blog”. She is also the Executive Chef (aka Chief Cook and Bottle Washer ;-) ) of the Attraction Marketing Training Kitchen. You are invited to stop by the Kitchen anytime you have any questions about blogging and marketing YOU with your blog !

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8 thoughts on “MLM Blogging – Stylish, Smart, Sexy, Stimulating Core Authenticity”

  1. Your writing style is superb and you really drive home the point of the importance of authenticity in everything you do including our blogging. I agree that trying to project an image of perfection or always having our act together only goes to distance ourselves from others. When we can stand naked in front of others and demonstrate our our love towards ourselves and others something magical takes place. We connect.

    We know ultimately people choose to work with us because they feel they can relate and feel that we care.

    Faith

    1. Faith thank you so much for the gracious compliment. Your words are so spot on. People connect with other people. It is up to us to reveal ourselves so that the right people for us find us. Wise words from my coach … all the good stuff is fine and dandy … but your MESS is your MESSage !!

      Thanks again … 🙂

  2. Hi Rose,

    Authenticity, what I never felt like I had when I was trying off line methods of networking. But what’s funny is I owned my own electronics repair business for 10 years and always felt authentic, I knew what I was talking about and spoke from what I knew and was honest with people, and I did well.

    Now, with my blog and social media, and other things to come, I feel like I’m re-approaching that point of authenticity that I’ve been lacking.

    Thanks for being there, I appreciate your wisdom!

    All the best,

    Alan

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