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I often hear network marketers say they want to create their own personal website or blog but it keeps getting pushed down to the bottom of their to-do list for a few different reasons. Not only are they overwhelmed by all of the resources out there and they don't know where to start or they don't feel like their techie enough, but sometimes I hear they don't know what their website should look like.

So today, I want to inspire you by taking a look at four awesome examples of network marketing websites so you can see what's possible whether you have a really simple site or one that's more complex.

4 Awesome Examples of Network Marketing Websites

Let's take a look at four awesome examples of Network Marketing websites so that you can be inspired to create your own website or blog whether you are just thinking about getting started or you're at the beginning stages.

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1. The Kandid Kitchen by Beth Gordon |

When you land on her site, you'll get this lead capture pop up form, which gives visitors an opportunity to grab 35 real food snack ideas.

The first thing I notice when I see The Kandid Kitchen is that the color palette is really simple. This makes it easy to focus on the content and not get distracted.

Beth does a great job of making the navigation of her site simple too. The topics she covers are clear on her navigation menu so you can easily find what you're looking for.

Even though Beth is in the business of essential oils, you can tell she is focused on helping people with overall health and doesn't bombard visitors with everything oils. Instead, she shows how you can have a healthy life, plus how you can incorporate oils into your lifestyle too.

2. Colleen Curtice |

(Note: Colleen has updated her website and you can see what it looked like by watching the video above.)

I have followed Colleen for a while now and she is so fun and vibrant. Just check out her hair! Talk about being your own brand because not only is her personality fun and vibrant, but her hair is too.

Colleen also uses a pop-up lead capture form and this one is giving visitors the opportunity to get on her email list and to stay in touch with her.

Colleen is a great role model to follow when it comes to a lifestyle blog. This type of blog is great for network marketers because Network Marketing is not only about the products and services you provide, but about the life and dreams you can pursue because of Network Marketing.

Colleen does a great job of showcasing what she does and how she incorporates it into her daily life.

This site is also really clean and easy to navigate. She doesn't have a lot on her navigation menu, which keeps it really simple for her visitors.

I love the simplicity of the white background, which helps her and her content stand out.

3. Becky's Book Corner by Becky Launder |

The first thing I notice is the fun and bright graphics laid out on the page. They really pull you in. Instead of having all of these different topics on a navigation menu, Becky has created these fun graphics you can click on to navigate her site.

The site also has this contact option that pops up when you click on it. It gives you an easy way to contact Becky with any questions.

And surprise! There's a lead capture form that pops up giving visitors an opportunity to get a free download.

Do you see the trend here? You can use these lead capture forms to start growing your email list and start creating connections with your readers.

4. Elizabeth Hartke |

When you first land on Elizabeth's site, you can see immediately who she serves. She helps extraordinary women break free of an ordinary life. I love that!

There's a picture of her so you can't know who she is and what she looks likes adding to that connection with her. There are also two opportunities to opt-in or to get on her email list at the top.

When you scroll down, you can learn more about Elizabeth, plus you'll see some testimonials. This is my favorite part.

These testimonials give visitors the chance to not only hear about how great Elizabeth is, but you get the chance to see and hear how people talk about her. It is a great use of video.

Then there is a video of Elizabeth speaking and telling her story. Video is so powerful so any time you can incorporate it, it is a great tool to use for your business.

I hope those four websites inspired you to get started on your own website or blog.

If you're ready to get started and want more help, fill out the form below to sign up for the FREE website workshop. I'm going to walk you through all the steps you need to take to set up the foundation of your website.

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