Do you have your own Vemma website? If so, has it helped you grow your Vemma business like you wanted it to? In case you haven’t figured it out yet, there are thousands of Vemma distributors promoting their generic, company replicated Vemma website online.
As I see it, there are several problems with promoting a company replicated website. The first major problem with promoting a standard, company replicated Vemma website is that the search engines consider it duplicate content. That means that your chance of ever getting free traffic from the internet search results is next to impossible.
The next challenge is that your website looks like every other Vemma distributor’s website. There is no way to be different. That means when someone visits your website there is a HIGH chance they will hit the back arrow button and leave.
The final challenge, as I see it, is that you can’t generate your own leads. You have no way of capturing your own leads into your own auto-responder. Yes, you get notified about your new leads, but ultimately the company owns the leads, not you.
If you are trying to build your Vemma business online, you need to do things differently than what most distributors do. To do that you really need your own unique Vemma website. This can be something as simple as a capture page, or something much more dynamic such as a blog or information based website.
Your website should be your hub of operations where you can introduce yourself to prospects, generate leads, educate your visitors with good content, sign up new distributors and find new customers.
To protect yourself from violating the company’s distributor agreement or intellectual property, I suggest that you make a website that doesn’t mention the word Vemma on it. Instead, I highly recommend you create a blog about:
Once again, don’t make the mistake and mention Vemma on your website. Don’t identify yourself as a distributor with the company. Simply write lots of great content about any of the topics mentioned above. Focus on positioning yourself as an expert by EDUCATING your visitors.
You can post on your website that you have a business opportunity and products available, but make them contact you through your “contact me” page or sign up to your email list to learn more about it.
The reason you want to follow this advice with your Vemma website is two-fold. First and foremost, you don’t want to break any rules in your distributor agreement by mentioning the name Vemma on your personal website. You could get terminated for doing that. Secondly, you want to create multiple streams of income.
By having a generic Vemma website, you can use Google Adsense, promote books, and sell affiliate products on your site. This lets you make money even when people don’t join your Vemma business opportunity. And you can offer Vemma to anyone who contacts you or requests more information about what you have to offer. When you follow this advice you have a REAL business.
It really is that simple. I even wrote about how to do this in my Secret MLM Website Strategy eBook. If you want to learn more about how to do it, check out my eBook. It’s only $5.
What are your thoughts about this strategy? Leave a comment and let us know.
Disclaimer: Vemma is a registered trademark. I am in no way affiliated with the company.