Does My Blogging, Forum Posting, & Article Writing Daily Really Help?

by 2 comments
Hey everyone,

I've been in Online Marketing for roughly 3 years now and I learned something new about 6 weeks ago.

You see, I've been "teaching" that consistency is key for awhile through my websites and splash pages, but I have to be honest that there would be days while I was making my round of forum posts and wondering if I was really doing myself any good.

I mean....was that blog post really important? Was that thread I started on attraction marketing making a difference? Was that article I submitted a waste of my time? Was that book I read last weekend really helping me?

The answer.

Came to me about 6 weeks ago.

I was browsing my round of forums when I received a random Private Message from someone named "Happyday", asking me to check out a new opportunity that was about to launch.

So I went to the forum thinking "what the heck" and read the articles on the newly launching company and made a single forum post.

"I like what I'm reading and this business model seems like it has great potential. I will join and build a team."

Within 48 hours I had 80 people tell me they wanted to join my team and work with me.

I was dumbfounded.

The common theme that my new teammembers were telling me was, "I have been reading your posts for the last 3 years, and always wanted to work with you but was just waiting for the right time."

These 80 turned into 600 within 1 week.

I was contacted by the owners of the company and they asked me if I wanted to lead their Marketing campaign.

I accepted.

600 turned into 3000 in 2 weeks time.


Was posting on forums, writing blogs, sending articles, reading those books, and building that list every single day worth it?

The answer:

A Resounding Yes


Kind Regards,

Broker Jones
#internet marketing #article #blogging #daily #forum #posting #writing

Next Topics on Trending Feed

  • 11 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    Hi, I'm quite new on internet marketing and I decided to start writing lots of articles related with psychology/personal development tips niche (non-published). However, after writing 40-50 articles I started to read a lot of niche sites and I'm a little confused that probably my articles are getting too broad for this niche. Since I didn't target it for a specific mental health pathology I believe that I went too broad and will be very hard to monetize. I would appreciate any suggestions

  • 1 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    Back in my old corporate and sales days, we used to have a lot of conferences, team-building events, and stuff. That was interesting. You meet with your colleagues from all over the world and you talk. So, on one of these events I talk to a guy. He asked me how many clients I had at the moment. I said around 30. He was like, that was great. That was good for you. I wasn't so optimistic. Most of my customers at that moment were small and family-owned companies. That means lots of meeting. Calls. Visits. Orders. It was a logistic nightmare, to be honest. Then he asked me, what is the ratio of the customers I lost and win over a year. I said it's not such a big deal. I lose a customer or two. It happens, but at the same time, I find two or three new ones over the same time period. So, I'm still good. Then he said, now you see why it's great to have small customers. You can never get in trouble. Guess, it was my turn to ask questions. To my huge surprise, he said that he had only one client. Then, he said the name of this client and everything become quite clear. This company had quite a reputation outside its national borders. I was totally honest. I would give all of my clients for this one. This guy in charge of this VIP client told me, I should think twice. If he loses this client, he loses everything. All I could say is that was not a very likely scenario.