There’s more to an MLM website than a simple landing page. You need more than something that offers an opt-in. You need a website that will help you turn the traffic you get into conversions.
Can’t any old website design do that? No. You need a site that’s been designed by someone who understands how a website impacts your ability to succeed in direct selling. If you’re in multi level marketing, you’re in the business of delivering great products to the people who need them.
If you’re not a web designer or a technical guru as well as a marketer, the odds of you being able to put a website that’ll meet your needs is pretty slim. And if you don’t want a shoddy job, you can’t simply hire anyone to put it up for you – you’d have to pay out some big bucks for a professional. Unless you know where to go to get it done for you.
There are many multi level marketing companies where marketers don’t even have the headache of coming up with their own website because it’s part of the sign on package. The company will give you a website already designed and your upline can show you the ropes of how to run it.
But for those marketers who create their own MLM business and don’t have a company to guide them through the website set up, you can purchase software that will not only set up a website for you, but will duplicate them once you add distributors.
That means everyone you sign on will get his or her website, too – through the software that you purchase one time. A one time purchase and you can get all the duplicate sites that you need – that’s a pretty good deal.
The types of software purchased to design the website can (and the amount of tools you’ll get with the software will), depend on what you buy. Before you decide on a final website, see if the design is optimized with SEO or if you need to add that yourself.
Look for software that guarantees that you’ll get good ranking in the search engines. Finally, be sure and get the software from a company that’s been around awhile. There are many new companies that are good but they don’t have an established service record and you don’t want to be left without support for your software if the company goes under.