Tutorial: Writing Your First Blog Article

Blogging 101: A Few Things You Might Like to Know Whether you have never blogged before or if you have somewhat been blogging for awhile – this tutorial might help you. Not only does Jeremy go over basic blogging functions (like how to start, edit and post), he also covers things that will help you actually get your blog found … Read More

Tutorial: Website Set-Up 101

Set-Up and Personalize Your Site Even though setting up your YLDist Young Living website is as simple as filling in your information and selecting options, there have been some new features added you may not know about (if you’ve been on board a while) – or you might be brand new and just not sure of what these options are … Read More

Canadian & Australian Version Coming Soon!

WEBSITE UPDATE – Canadian and Australian Versions The Canadian and Australian versions are being worked into our system as you read this. Due to demand it is coming soon and as of now over 500+ new lines of code have been written for this new adventure we’re taking on! Very soon the Young Living Independent distributors in your down line … Read More

Call-To-Action Prospect Capturing System

The Call-To-Action Slide In Announcing YLDist’s most recent and most powerful marketing tool addition – here is what you should know so that you have a clear understanding of what this optional tool can do for your own YLDist Young Living website. The Call-To-Action Slide In (we shorten to CTA Slide In) gives you the optional ability to capture the … Read More

Free Professional Graphics For You

Young Living FDA Compliant Graphic for You All our graphics can now be found in our gallery  – CLICK HERE to go see them. As our gift to anyone coming to our site, the graphics we are creating are FDA and Young Living compliant – and free to use!  All we ask is that you do not modify them except to … Read More

Why Use A Replicated Website

Replicated Sites vs. Custom Build Sites First of all, a ‘replicated website’ is a type of website, generally quite opposite of a custom made website.  It’s pre-made and can be used by a lot of people who can modify parts of it to make it unique to themselves, but overall it delivers the same information and functionality to all users. … Read More