Wow – I think I’ve seen 3 “advertising” posts on The Elementor Facebook Group! It has been clear to me from the beginning that this was going to be an opportunity. I tipped my toe into the water with mikegriffin.io and one page templates but the one page template market has turned out to be a “loss leader” to attract customers to the full Elementor website, which are mostly called layouts? I’m not clear why they are called layouts but I get the impression that is the term for pre-built Divi websites and as those developers are converting their pre-built sites to Elementor, they are using the same term.
As I’ve mentioned in an earlier post, I’m 100% in on the need for the Elementor Pre-built Website. It simply makes sense due to how really easy Elementor is to use. It is in a class with Wix, Weebly and Squarespace so it should attract the same kind of user. I launched my health care pre-built website last week and this week I’m launching my personal service pre-built website.
I am, however, taking a slightly different approach to many of the sites I see selling the pre-built websites, I am not including a premium elements that are required with the site. Since free is such a lousy business model, that happens often and it is certainly happening with the “big league” players who are getting into this market! ?