How to convert leads when you just start out

A commonly mistaken notion in this industry is that you have to fake it to make it. Some of them think they can’t really become successful because they do not the results they are looking for.

A majority of people tend to believe that their results depends on their sponsor’s success. This is just shear BS.

Even if you have a rockstar sponsor who makes a million dollars, there is no absolute guarantee one can determine his/her success.

Every effort you put in your business is counted. If your looking forward to just put the money and then sit back and relax, you ain’t no entrepreneur material.

Guys like me, works our asses of day-in and day-out and rise above all the naysayers to make it happen for them.

So, how to convert leads when you just start out and you don’t have any results to show your excitement…

Simple, but not easy!

People are looking for leaders. Personally i would kill to join a really good leader who can help you build your business.

Leaders are not created by their income proofs or testimonials. They are made by the knowledge they impart to the marketplace.

Impressing people with fake photographs is not an ethical way to build your business.

Continue reading How to convert leads when you just start out

Why blog daily to get ranked on Google?

In order to generate leads for FREE you need to Blog daily to get ranked on Google.

Blogging daily is sort of like an obstacle for most new marketers who want to make money online.

For those folks, who have never blogged before, it could be a challenging task.

So allow me break this down for you.

In this article am going to explain why you need to blog daily to get ranked on Google & How to blog daily to get ranked on Google.

Before we talk about this in detail let us see what our core objective is.

Our objective is to get ranked on Google.

Blogging daily is one small factor to getting ranked on Google.

To get ranked on Google fast, Google needs to know that you have a lot of content to share in a particular niche.

When Google Bots come across your site and if it doesn’t see much content added on consistent basis, Google ranks you low because it can’t rely on a blog which doesn’t give out fresh content.

Sure its hard to blog daily to get ranked on Google, which is why not everyone makes the BIG bucks online.

See it like this. Google or any other search engine is in the business of giving the right kind of information to information seekers.


They are constantly on the lookout for fresh content which would satisfy their users. If you can prove Google, that your content is useful then you got it.

Search engines have become very sophisticated over the years. Your rank on Google is just a result of numerous factors.

One of them is being consistent in blogging daily. When you generate new content frequently Google now recognizes your blog as an authority, as it has new information coming everyday consistently.

Apart from getting on the top 10 sweet spots of Google, blogging daily can help you become an expert in your niche as you research and learn more information from different sources.

Aside from those benefits you will get better with your writing skills and don't make the embarrassing mistake in the image below...LRMAO

Blog Daily to Get Ranked on Google

How To Blog Daily To Get Ranked On Google?

Lets face it, both of us become lazy once in a while, that’s just human nature.

We ain’t robots. Despite this problem, How can you be consistent and blog daily to get ranked on Google?

Simple, but not easy, Why? It still does require you.

I can offer you an easy solution, which will help you stay motivated which helps you to churn out new content consistently and love it.

The key is to keep it interesting. It all starts with you choosing the right niche to make money online blogging.

Choose the niche that you love to write and think about all day.

Go after the least competition keyword if you are going to be ranking on Google. If your motive is to get many eyeballs to your page without the help of Google, then I’ve explained that process right here.

So once you have chosen your passionate money making niche and selected the right keyword.

Your objective is choose a specific portion in that niche for the present week.

On Weekends you could select a topic in your niche and blog about it.

For example, if you niche is internet marketing, the first week you could blog about How to setup your blog and stuff like that and the next week you can choose another and blog about them daily.

Now when you blog daily I suggest you try to create posts that have a relation with each other so you can link those articles with each other and those type of internal linking are something Google does look for while going through your blog posts.

Its all about choosing the right niche.

I chose Internet Marketing and making lazy money online because I love this niche, every time I learn something I get so damn pumped and excited which enables me to blog daily to get ranked on Google.

Hope you liked this article and it helped you on “Why and How to blog daily to get ranked on Google?

I would really appreciate it if you could like, share, tweet this post and gave me some social media love, if you think this article deserves some love and I answered your question as much as possible.

Until next time.


Building a Successful Online Business Without Getting Ranked on Google

In the last post I had explained How I got my shopping cart ranked on Google by choosing the right niche and doing a keyword research.

…and yes I do understand ranking on Google is difficult and takes some time and effort because of the competition in the marketplace.

You can't blame Google for that because thats what happens when douchebags (search engine spammers) manipulate Google for getting ranked.

Besides that, lets face it, even if you get ranked on Google today it doesn't mean that you will stay ranked on top after a few months or even weeks because you are competing with a massive marketplace of people who are competing for the same keyword you choose.

This post is for those folks, who are in a highly competitive niche and all ideas are taken and used by other marketers.

The only logical option next for most marketers is to get into paid advertising to stay on top of all Organic Results on Google.

What if, I told you, you could get MASSIVE traffic and still generate leads and sales WITHOUT getting ranked on Google?

Impossible? You wish.

There are other traffic sources out there that many people choose to search rather than just Google. Sure, Google gets the lion’s share when it comes to searching information.

…but there are real people who do search for information on other distributor networks which can get you a real good amount of targeted traffic to generate leads and convert sales.

Before I get into more details, let me start of by mentioning, the alternate way of getting leads and sales is not spamming.

We are syndicating our content on different networks to get eyeballs to your site and/or for getting backlinks.

Which all networks? Here is the list of networks I suggest you do syndicate.

1. Social Media

This is the sure fire way to get as many eyeballs as possible on your content. Sharing your content with people who are interested in your content is what is going to make the difference for you.

Most new marketers spam in social media but they fail because they are not showing their content to the hungry crowd, a.k.a, those people who are interested in your niche.

When I say “Social Media”, I mean all of it. Not just Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Pinterest. There are a lot of people social networks people are constantly visiting.

If you miss out of bringing your content in front of their eye, then I can guarantee you one thing, you are leaving a lot of leads and sales on the table.

Create accounts in social networks possible, DON’T SPAM but be social. Engage and participate.

2. Content Networks

As mentioned earlier there are many content distribution networks on the web and for a small majority of people their search for things online start from those networks…

Yes I know it sounds strange…I go directly on Google for searching but there are a group of people who use content networks.

To give you few example of some content networks, I would recommend (owned by LinkedIn), ezinearticles, etc.

Remember you need to repurpose your content before you put up your content here. For example of slideshare, you need to create an engaging PPT for your post to get viewers in your post and they are pretty nasty at finding spam. Zero tolerance.

Almost like if you use a keyword 2 times (well sort of like that, not exactly twice). Your account is history.

I get good results from Social media so I’m sticking with it.

3. Niche Forums

Getting your content repurposed and published on various niche forums can help you become an authority figure which means, when you blog consistently and add your content to other blogs, readers of that niche see you as an authourity in that niche.

The more blog content you repurpose and publish the better results you get. Through this process you can get natural backlinks to your blog and Google loves seeing backlinks to your blog, making you look like a sexy beast in the eyes of the Google Spiders.

4. Backlink building software

Ok, I know this is going to cause some debate. Google is now smart to find out if you are spamming links all over the web but the radar is set up to high to even trigger it.

Let me explain, before Google came out with the Panda and Penguin update, all the blogs with almost 8 million backlinks used to get ranked high on Google as they found it to be useful as per their algorithm.

So why do I suggest using a Backlink building software? Here is why…

8 million backlinks is so effing impossible for a blog to achieve….

However, you can get somewhere around 800+ backlinks, that wouldn’t hurt your blog. If your content is really good, people would share your content on social media which is a hint for Google and other search engines to rank your blog high.

So if I compare blogging with bodybuilding, using backlink building software is like using steroids in the bodybuilding world. You can get your blog enhanced with a little support from actual niche website which are not spammy and helping you to rank your content on Google.

Its more like a fastlane to getting ranked on Google but the quality of your content does matter.

Check out this article on How to create Google quality content.

This traffic source is the best if you want faster results and if you don’t have a budget for paid ads.

It doesn’t matter how competitive your niche or your keywords because in this method we do not really on Google for getting ranked, we directly get our eyeballs from other sources.

However, its recommended that you write a piece of content with Google on-page SEO implemented on it because on the long, if you do get Google’s attention for any keyword via social media or other sources, you do not want to get that opportunity passed away from you just because of the poor on-page SEO.

I hope you for some value from this content. If you have been blogging lately, feel free to share your sources of traffic in the comments below. Lets help and grow together.

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How To Choose A Niche To Make Money Online Blogging

We all have heard from different marketers online that you need to blog to make money online.

Deliver value to the marketplace to generate leads and stuff like that..

Even though they preach all this, most people have no clue what to blog about.

On what topic do you write a piece of content to generate leads.

Back in school, if we were asked to write an article or an essay we would be given a topic to brainstorm and write on.

In the blogging arena thats not the case, you have a plethora of ideas and niches to choose from which makes it really overwhelming for any newbie marketer to succeed online.

So how do we solve this problem? How do we choose a profitable niche to make money online?

Do you just start writing and hope someone notices you or do you research your niche and find an angle to make your content look irresistible?

I have tried both the approaches in the past and made my fair share of mistakes myself and judging from that I would research a profitable niche and get bizzy creating content to rank for a selected keyword.

Its nearly impossible to determine whether people would actually read and like your content before you even create it, but a keyword research definitely helps.

You can see how many people are actually searching for your topic in the search engines, and you can use it to compare different topics to each other and understand their popularity.

So what i would like to do here is to help you choose your niche by the time you finish reading this post.

I want to walk you through this process so you don't have to sweat it.

1. Choosing a Niche : Prepare a List of Interests

It makes perfect sense in writing down a list of niches you are absolutely interested in.

There is no point in ignoring this step because you will be talking about your niche, writing about it and even thinking about it most of the time.

So if you are going to be talking, writing and thinking about your niche then you would better choose something that you are interested in or good at, rather than selecting a niche that you have no interest or knowledge on.

Many blogs loose their content generation momentum because they chose a niche which they were not personally interested or driven to research inorder to deliver value in their blog.

If you are going to select a niche based on the highest number of searched terms, then i hate to break this news to you, you are probably going to be sitting ducks and giving content without any ROI for a long, long, long loooong time...

So prepare your list of interests and we'll have a close look at it.

For the sake example, i'm going to prepare a list of interests of my own and analyse it.

Here are some of my interests that I would consider starting a blog on.

  • Web Designing, Development
  • Internet Marketing
  • Fitness Workouts
  • Technology

Niche selection is something thats applicable to any form of digital property online.

The digital property could be a blog, a shopping cart, your YouTube video etc.

I know I chose to write my blog on the Internet Marketing niche.

For sake of example, lets take Fitness Workouts.

The reason i chose Fitness Workouts niche, even though its highly competitive, is that I'm really interested in exploring new information on that topic.

Besides from interest, I recently ranked my spreadshirt store on Google for a keyword related to this niche.

So you are currently reading an actual case study rather than just a blunt theory on choosing niche and keyword research.

Now if i were to write a blog post or setup a shopping cart for myself I know what to lookout for.

2. Choosing a Niche : Track the Search Volume to Find Your Niche Keyword(s)

Now that you have your niche selected, its time to pick up some search data on those keywords.

I would pull out those data from Google AdWords - Keyword Planner.

Below given are the search results for it.

Choosing your niche

Now as you can see these keywords are highly competitive and it doesn't make any sense to try and rank for them because you won't get faster ROI with that.

Here on FastlaneMLM, am all about getting money fast, it doesn't matter whether you go for the paid marketing route or organic marketing route, but the results i look for is to get an ROI asap.

Besides, who wants to spend days and nights babysitting their business to grow, right?

So as I glanced through these keyword ideas generated by Google AdWords, I remembered the time when i did the Insanity Workout, by Team BeachBody

So as I glanced through these keyword ideas generated by Google AdWords, I remembered the time when i did the Shaun T’s 60-day Insanity Workout and the Insanity Workout Reward T-shirt that the producers of the workout, TeamBeachBody freely gave away for those folks who sent their before and after workout pictures to them.

Hmm…that’s interesting.

You can’t buy that shirt from the producers either.

So I just did a search for the keyword “Buy Insanity Workout Reward T-shirt” just to check if I have any buyers for the insanity t-shirt

Hint: Always go for a long-tail keyword. Its always a winner in almost all niches.

To my amazement, the volume of searches for those keywords was impressively low which is good.

Even if you have very few traffic, you can still be able to get ranked on Google and make a sale without paid advertising.

Now that I got my keyword to rank for, the next step is to create content to rank for it..

3. Choosing a Niche : Get busy creating useful content

In most cases if you try to rank something online via a shopping cart, you would probably not get on top of Google because the content is very limited.

Recently via Google Panda 4.0 update eBay got kicked from search listings because of this reason, but if you have a very low competition its easy to get ranked on Google using a Shopping cart.

I would suggest you to create content on a blog rather than a shopping cart, if you have fairly good competition.

So now that you have your target keyword.

Start creating content including those keywords.

Implement proper on-page SEO for maximum results.

Wrapping Up!

Folks, Its NOT a hard feat to make money online.

Choose a niche.

Choose the right keyword and create content to get ranked on Google.

Its that easy.

Make sure you check the video on top.

Its actually a video proof showing what i shared with you in this post actually does work.

Care to see a screenshot? 😉

choosing a niche

At $0 budget on paid traffic and 100% Google credit for delivering value and common sense SEO.

choosing a niche to get ranked on google

If you liked what i shared here on this post, please like, share and tweet this post.

Feel free to post your questions and suggestions as comments, i would be happy to reply to you.

So i hope after reading this post, even if "you have 99 problems, choosing a profitable niche ain't one ...wink wink"


Brian Babu

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3 blogging misconceptions people have while blogging to make money online

Blogging is a double-edged sword for attracting leads to you and you have to do it in a certain way to be more compelling to turn your visitors into leads.

It’s not by doing a lot of things, but by doing things in a certain way what makes you successful.

Today am going to discuss with you, the 3 myths or misconceptions that most people have about blogging.

Like I said, blogging is a double-edged sword, if you don’t use it wisely you will get hurt and if you use it well, it could help you take-off your business rapidly.

Now lets checkout the 4 myths, shall we?

Blogging Myth #1: Quantity over quality

Focusing on content quantity over quality sometimes is just overkill for most users.

When you write a blog post, I suggest you concentrate every bit of your creativity in providing quality.

Quality is what engages people, quantity just shows Google that you have lot of content to share.

Ever seen some website which doesn’t have any content on it but still ranks for some keywords? This happens when the site has high social ranking, meaning people love the content shared and that would become a factor for Google to rank them.

Bonus Tip: Get your site engaged on Google+ 😉 Helps with your Google ranking

Using videos, images and other educational elements in your blog post could actually boost the quality of your post their by gaining your user’s interest.

blogging tip: user engagement map to keep in mind while bloggingThink of every blog post you write as a sheet of paper with a faded background like in the image.

The beginning of the post is what most of your readers actually read. If you have a great start, its more likely people would be interested to read on.

This would be the best place to put a YouTube video of the post so your visitors can watch and understand what to expect from your blog post before going through the entire post.

Don’t make a lengthy video, as it would be overkill. Whatever you do, always focus on providing value. Readers LOVE it.

Refrain from writing sales letter. A blog post is not a place for it and besides its boring. You don't want people to doze off.

If you have to describe something or tell a related story, go ahead but keep it interesting.

Finally, I would say an Ideal post could have 500 to 1500 words and anything beyond that should probably become an eBook.

Lets get over the next myth…

Blogging Myth #2 : Post your content, traffic will come

Blogging tip: Use Social media to drive traffic

Oh, this is a classic.

I chuckle when people tell me, that traffic will come from Google automatically and all you have to do is be persistent with blogging and create value-packed content.

I’ll be like yeah, yeah right. Good luck hanging in there until the Search Engine giant gives you some credit.

This statement is true, if this was 2004 or 2005, when blogging was something that was just coming around.

Things have changed a lot during the past 10 years. Google now has a whole new level of ranking algorithms.

They have sent pandas and penguins to fight the spammers and people who find out short-cuts in their blogging.

This is 2014, search engines have become smarter and better. You do not wanna fake your presence or find a shortcut to rank…

….and if you do your site may not last long on the search engine

…maybe one day you’ll find your site go KABOOM!!

You do not want that to happen, do you?

How to do you get ranked on Google Fast? It’s easy.

  • Stop looking for shortcuts and be true to yourself.
  • Roll-up your sleeves and deliver value through your blog posts (like i do :D)
  • Syndicate your content with social media, meaning, get as many eyeballs as you possibly can.
  • Get leads and offer value, then, convert for sales

Social media is where your success lies. Well not just social media, anywhere and everywhere where people are engaged. (lots of wheres?? Ummm..)

But you get the point.

Most people write 5 to 10 blog posts per day, I don’t even know how they do it but if you look at there conversions its pretty darn low….

And that’s because they don’t syndicate their content with social media..

Even if you have 200 to 1000 blog posts, if you don’t have traffic, your conversions remains low.

1 awesome post with tons of traffic is WAAAAY better than 100s of mediocre posts with no traffic.

So go ahead write some badass posts and get crazy bringing traffic.

Bonus Tip: Do not spam on social media. Share your content with people who are interested in your niche

…and next in line of blogging myth is….(drum roll please...)

Blogging Myth #3 : Content is King

This statement is true only to a certain level but in most cases content isn’t king.

You can’t just mish-mash content from everywhere and share that post.

It doesn’t quite work that way.

The relationship you have with your readers is what matters and that rules.

Your content needs to be different and most importantly it must portray YOU. When you write content in that pattern, your readers know who you are at much more personal level.

As a result, you get leads and hopefully get some conversions.

I have seen many bloggers who write content copying others content and marketing them.

Think about it like this.

A blog post is used as a medium to express what you want to tell your readers and if you were to just say what others had to said, how does that make you different?

How does that make you useful to a reader? Make Sense?

So concentrate on building relationship. Let’s say even if you are successful with mish-mashing content from other websites and you get some leads and sales.

You wouldn’t be comfortable working with your customer because he didn’t resonate with your true nature, as your blog posts were an imposter of what other said about the topic.

Blogging tip: Standout from other marketersSO be honest, standout from others. Bring your original s**t and get leads. Following this advice would actually boost your online business like crazy because only those people who are appreciating your way of communication stays with you in your business.

Besides you always wanna think about your business for a long term success not the usually sort-out short term success. It doesn’t last.

Here is why you shouldn’t do that EVER!

  1. Its not natural, people wont be able to have that interpersonal relation with you.
  2. Google could ban your domain, making it even hard for you to get back on Google search results
  3. You don’t standout from other marketers.

The internet can give you automated income, but it requires you to break some sweat in writing content and serving as many people as possible.

Bonus Tip: Do some live hangouts and shoot video that’s guaranteed to shoot your site engagement through the roof. Get comfortable with making YouTube videos. (I’m still getting myself comfortable :P)


Let me just wrap it up here folks.

3 myths about blogging to make money online

  • Blogging Myth #1 : Quantity over quality
    • Focus on Quality
    • Quality engages people
    • No to sales letters
    • Keep it interesting
  • Blogging Myth #2 : Post your content, traffic will come
    • Get eyeballs on your content as soon as you can
    • Your traffic number initially will give you more inspiration
    • Share with people are interested in the niche you are into
    • Do not share your internet marketing blog post with some who is into dog training.
    • 1 High-Quality post is better than 1000s of mediocre posts
  • Blogging Myth #3 : Content is King
    • No, Relationship is King
    • Do not mish-mash your content from other blogs
    • Bring out your real s**t
    • Think about your business for the long-term