Does It Pay To Blog?

does it pay to blogDoes it pay to blog? Last night on my blogging webinar this question came up.

It’s an extremely valid question when you look at all the hype, the build up, and the lack of follow through.

I am not going to lie… getting my blog up and running was a pain in the a**. I went through a lot of frustration.

Even having purchased some great blogging courses, I had a lot to learn.

I remember sitting for hours at my desk on my days off from work… going, “I know this is going to pay off…. eventually.”

Does it Pay To Blog…

Think of learning to blog as going to school. There is a lot to learn and you aren’t going to master it in a day.

Since I have started blogging I am finding that I am still learning things 6 years later.

But the value of having a blog is priceless. As I shared in my video:

  • 81% of U.S. consumers trust the advice and information they get from a blog.
  • 61% have made a purchase based of the information they got from a blog.

As a network marketer do you believe that there are people right now searching for your product or opportunity?

Do you know how to get yourself in front of that audience?

The shocking truth is that most network marketers don’t. They think that posting on social media alone is going to get them exposure to their audience.

So if you would like to shorten your learning curve and avoid all the mistakes I made over the last 6 years…

Get my free blog training… where I reveal my biggest blogging secrets.

The Internet Truth

There are only a few ways to become searchable online.

  1. Blogging
  2. Video

Currently these are the top two ways to rank on the search engines. In the world of Google, content is king.

So if you would like to continual build your business, have an endless supply of leads, then it does pay to blog!

Do you currently blog? What do you like about blogging and how has it helped you build your business?

Yours in Gratitude,

Chef Katrina van Oudheusden

Independent Reliv Distributor

P.S. Stop the pain of struggling today. There’s an answer waiting on the other side, one simple system that I use to generate upwards of 20 leads a day for my business. (Unless You Already Have Too Many Leads) –Click Here For Instant Access

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Chef Katrina - Marketing Bad Ass. She is passionate about working with network marketers, home business owners, and entrepreneurs, helping them successfully build their business. In her down time loves to dance, cook, laugh, and play with her dog Katie.


  • Jeanne Melanson


    Thank you so much for your wise advice. I came here today because this post was one of the blogs featured on my Networked Blogs newsletter. All the best to you!

    • Katrina


      Thank you Jeanne for stopping by. Did you find value with in this blog post?

  • Jaye Carden


    I believe blogging pays off tremendously. I have seen a huge increase in traffic, leads, sales, and signups from having a blog. There is a lot more to it than just writing the content, so that is where the learning curve comes in. Great post!
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    • Katrina


      Hey Jaye. Totally agree. Blogging has had a huge impact on my business also. But there is a learning curve. That is why it is important as a network marketer find blogging courses that are geared for us in this industry. Love you comments and value you add to my blog. Thank you!

  • Jeff Beeman


    Weather it be slowly or quickly it will pay you to blog eventually ..maybe monetarily or for credibility doesn’t matter just stick with it and a community will grow from it.
    Jeff Beeman recently posted..Six “Open Me Now” Email Subject LinesMy Profile

    • Katrina


      Right on the nose Jeff. You have got to be consistent!

  • Alana


    I am not a business blogger or a network marketer. Instead, I blogged to increase my skills in writing and in photography. I believe I accomplished that. I continue to blog because I enjoy it. I’ve decided that when I no longer get that enjoyment, I will stop blogging.
    Alana recently posted..The Secret of SuccessMy Profile

    • Katrina


      Hi Alana. I love it. Blogging has many uses and I am excited that you are using it to increase your writing skill and show off your photography! Thank you for commenting and sharing!

  • Laurel Regan


    Thanks for sharing this useful information!

    • Katrina


      Always a pleasure to share. Do you find it valuable to have your blog? Does it help you build your business?