How to Make a Membership Website: Easy Tips for Non Techies by superamanda


									    “How to Make a Membership
       Website: Easy Tips for Non
                           © Copyright Ewen Chia

If you are looking at creating a membership website as a business, then you are in the
right track. In terms of generating income, there are a lot of business values that you can
generate from owning and maintaining membership websites, especially if you plan to
charge monthly or regular membership renewal fees. Aside from getting paid a big, one-
time membership fee, you also stand to earn from the monthly membership dues, which
are typically so much more than the cost of maintaining the website. And you don't need
to be totally hands-on on the project after you launch the website. You can easily
outsource most of the process to other people who are probably better experts than you
are. Convinced already? Following are a few easy tips on how to make a membership

First things first, you need to have a working concept of the membership website that you
want to create. What do you want the membership website to be about? It should be
something that you love or are passionate about, to begin with. It is important that you
find the topic interesting especially at the start of the project when you are still setting it
up. You also need to talk about the target audience that you want to tap. At this point, it
also pays to plan ahead in terms of how you want to maintain the website. Things that
you need to consider include, who and how you want to create updated content.

The typical process of creating a membership website involves three steps: first, you
invest in a membership website software program; second, you draft the content; and,
third, you find the customers within your target market.

Of the three, however, the most important step in learning how to make a membership
website is creating content. The number of members that you will attract depends on how
well-written your content is, as well as how the content is packaged and presented. You
cannot expect to sell membership if you don't have relevant content to offer. In addition,
you can't expect your members to pay renewal fees if you are not consistent in offering

When creating content, you actually have two options: to write the content yourself or to
have it written by freelancers. If you have all the time and you love writing, you can opt
for the first alternative. Otherwise, if you would rather spend your time working on the
other aspects of your membership website, you can look for a web content writer to
outsource all the content development to. Each option has their advantages and
disadvantages, so you need to think about this more seriously.

Finally, as is the rule in all website projects, you need to make the website work for your
members by making it easily navigable. Don't make it too difficult for your members to
search for and find the information that they need. These are just simple steps to help you
figure out how to make a membership website that you can earn from. You may need
more help on the technical aspect of making websites though.

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