One of the profile fields to fill in on SplashPlan.com is a sponsoring website. What is a sponsoring website anyway?
There is no standard term “sponsoring website” that everybody uses. But most network marketing companies or network marketing groups have a website that promotes the business opportunity that distributors use to recruit other distributors. Some promote the company’s products also. So you may see a website like Amway’s where the products are featured but also has pages that talk about the business opportunity, or you may have a website that is specific to only the business opportunity.
In either case, the idea is to have a place where prospects can go to learn about the business of Airbonne or Tupperware (or your network marketing company), so that they could possibly become a distributor in your group.
Note that you should have a website where it is specific to you and not a general company website. For instance, if you were to go to avon.com, you would see information about avon… but if you joined the business you could join under anybody. Instead, you want a website where somebody that joins would join under you without having to remember your ID or your name.
Most network marketing companies and groups these days have websites that you can promote. Some charge for use of their web site but many are free. Does your company have a distributor specific web site for you?