When I launched Real Estate Blog Topics, I had no idea how to build a membership site or how to construct a sales page. Frankly, the whole process has been somewhat of a time-intensive learning experience.
- How long should my sales page be?
- How do I design purchase and other buttons for my Call To Actions?
What I’ve accomplished, has been put together through trial and error and several restless nights.
Still, there’s an easier way…
3 Reasons You Need To Get Premise for WordPress:
About a month ago, I purchased GetPremise and here’s what I like about it…
1. You can quickly create sales, email opt-in and pricing pages using Premise’s sample page templates.
Unless you have experience building landing/sales pages, this part’s going to be tough.
- How long should your sales page be? Short? Long?
- What should you include in your sales page? Testimonials, benefits, what else?
- How should the content flow? What works? What doesn’t?
Premise takes the guess work out of all of that by generating some pretty easy to use sales page templates for you.
2. You have access to 1,100+ custom graphics.
I’m not a designer. So I rely on hiring someone or buying stock images for use on a site. With Premise however, for a one-time fee I have access to well over 1,100 graphics that I can use time and time again on my various landing/sales pages. Everything from “Buy Now” buttons, to “Guarantee” badges and more.
No more fiddling with Photoshop, hiring someone, or buying stock images. With Premise, I have access to every graphic I could possibly need and then some.
3. Build a rock-solid membership site.
- Training modules = Check.
- Sales copy = Check.
- Email list = Check.
- Membership site functionality?
…now you got it.
The latest release of Premise allows you to easily create a membership site. You can create sign-up pages and access to your membership site can either be free, a one-time fee, or a recurring payment charge. (Current payment gateways include Paypal and Authorize.net).
Need to email your members drip content over time? No problem, Premise’s Membership Link Manager handles that too!
Manage a Full-Blown Membership Site for Less Than $100:
When I first launched Real Estate Blog Topics, it cost me $10 and an idea. Some time in March, I’m relaunching it as a full-blown membership site:
I’ve looked at other membership solutions that would offer the functionality I need and in addition to the confusion, the math comes out to $100+ (for services like WishList Member), or $179.95 (for services like aMember).
What’s impressive about Premise 2.0 is that you get sample copywriting templates, an extensive image library, and full membership functionality that’s all plug-and-play for less than $100. That’s well worth the investment and then some!
So basically, if you’re thinking of launching a membership site, this is who I recommend…
Ready to get started? Get Premise 2.0 Ultimate for only $95 (for a limited time).
Disclosure: I’m a Premise affiliate which means any time you purchase the product, I earn a small commission (at no extra cost to you). This is a theme I have first-hand experience using and that I am recommending because it is designed by a company that I trust.