How to Grow your Productized Service with Webflow and Memberstack

Percival Villalva
March 5, 2024
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Everything you need to know about growing your Prouctized Service with examples. We'll explore how Memberstack and Webflow's features can help turn your Webflow site into an engaging, monetizable Prouctized Service platform plus the common challenges of launching and scaling your Prouctized Service!

Growing your Productized Service with Webflow

If you're reading this article, you likely already understand the value of productized services and are eager to leverage one of their key advantages: scalability. Unlike traditional service models, productized services transform expertise into standardized scalable offerings, streamlining the purchase process for customers and facilitating business growth.

However, the potential to scale a product to thousands or even millions of units is just the starting point. The real profit comes not from your product's theoretical scalability but from actual customers purchasing it at scale. This means that your next step in building a successful business is to expand your audience and client base.

If you're following our article series on productized services, and came here from the "How to Build a Productized Service with Webflow and Memberstack" blog, you're in the right place.

Webflow and Memberstack offer essential tools not just to build but also to grow your productized service. In this guide, we will dive into growth strategies for your productized service, featuring insights from real-world case studies of successful product-based brands, and their marketing approaches, and further understand how tools such as analytics can boost your service to also become a business success story worth of being highlighted in articles across the internet!

Productized services examples and success stories

1. Content Creation Services - Scripted

Our first example of a successful productized service is Scripted.

Scripted offers a streamlined way for businesses to get high-quality written content. By subscribing to Scripted, customers can access a pool of talented writers specialized in various niches. This service simplifies the often complex process of finding, hiring, and managing freelance writers, turning content creation into a straightforward, subscription-based product.

2. Design Services - Design Pickle

Following up with Design Pickle, a productized graphic design service. For a flat monthly fee, clients get unlimited graphic design requests, making it an ideal solution for businesses needing consistent, quality design work without the overhead of a full-time designer. In essence, the service offers a simple, user-friendly platform where clients can submit and manage their design requests.

3. SEO Optimization Services - Loganix

Managing SEO can often feel daunting, especially for first-time entrepreneurs with limited marketing expertise. To address this problem, Loganix set out to offer SEO and marketing services packaged in clear, defined offerings. Businesses can purchase specific SEO tasks, like link building or content optimization, without needing to invest in long-term contracts or comprehensive services. This makes high-level SEO expertise accessible and manageable for companies of all sizes.

4. Software Development Services - Toptal

Finding talented freelancers that can bring real value to your business and deliver high-quality work is always a challenge. Toptal connects businesses with software developers, designers, and finance experts on a freelance basis but with a twist. Instead of navigating the complexities of freelancing agreements, clients use Toptal's platform to access pre-vetted talent with the assurance of Toptal's quality guarantee, making the process of hiring for project-based tasks seamless and reliable.

5. Legal Services - LegalZoom

Navigating and understanding all the nuances of the legal system can seem like the worst nightmare for any entrepreneur.  Aiming to solve this problem, LegalZoom productized legal services, offering everything from business formation to trademark registration as predefined packages. This approach demystifies legal support for individuals and small businesses, providing clear costs and processes for services that traditionally require consultations and hourly billing.

Now that you have a better idea of the various services that can be productized and how successful entrepreneurs have achieved it, it's important to recognize that virtually any service can be transformed into a productized offering.

The methods for productizing services can differ across niches, yet the underlying strategy for online growth remains consistent, no matter the specific product you're providing. In the following section, we'll explore key marketing strategies employed not just by the businesses we've highlighted but by nearly any enterprise that benefits from a strong digital presence.

Marketing Your Productized Service

The right marketing strategies can do wonders for the visibility and initial appeal of your productized service.

But before discussing the various marketing channels available, it's important to remember that while we'll cover nearly all existing marketing strategies, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we are advising you to implement them all at once.

In fact, the most efficient approach is to start by concentrating your efforts on one or two media channels and then branch out as your business grows. Proficient execution of any channel can already result in significant growth for your business.

Ultimately, the decision on which strategy to pursue should be based on your skills, resources, and preferences. With that out of the way, here's how to effectively market your service:


SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is your bread and butter when comes to ranking in Google Search results and driving organic traffic to your website.

  • Keywords are your best friends 🔑 Identify and integrate keywords that potential clients might use to find services like yours. These should be included in your web copy, blog posts, and meta descriptions to improve visibility in search engine results pages (SERP).
  • Being Mobile-friendly is no longer optional 📱Given the immense popularity of mobile browsing, your service's website MUST perform flawlessly on all devices. Webflow's responsive design capabilities ensure your site is mobile-friendly, a crucial factor for SEO.
  • Content Marketing - Blogging with a purpose 📝 A well-curated blog acts as your business's voice, being a fundamental piece in establishing your business as a thought leader in its niche. By maintaining a consistent posting schedule and leveraging SEO-tailored content to enhance visibility and connect with your target audience precisely when they seek solutions, you can foster a community around your blog and signal reliability to both your audience and search engines.
  • Google ❤️'s Fast websites A swift, smoothly loading website keeps potential clients engaged and positively impacts your SEO and, consequently, your chances to rank higher on Google. Most importantly, a performant website directly impacts the perception your potential clients have of your business. Webflow's clean and optimized code output helps maintain optimal loading times. And remember, no one likes to wait for webpages to load.

Fortunately, if your website is built on Webflow, you're already equipped with all the tools needed to optimize your site's SEO right from the start.

Bonus points if you’ve launched your site using the Productized Service Webflow + Memberstack template, which has already laid the foundational SEO groundwork for you, offering a high-performance website that's responsive across all screen sizes. It also includes a marketing page specifically designed to highlight your product and convert visitors into customers.

Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing can be a tricky thing to get right, but its potential is immense. The key to success lies not in using social media merely as a promotional tool for your productized service but rather as a means to cultivate your business community and connect with your audience on a personal level.

When clients feel a positive connection with your brand, their loyalty to your product significantly increases, which results in repeated orders and increased revenue. Here are some tips to guide you in implementing a successful social media strategy and, as a bonus, I will sprinkle in some of the features of Memberstack’s Productized Service Template that can help you put these suggestions into practice.

  • Engagement is Key 💬 Interaction on social media goes beyond mere promotion. Respond to comments, participate in relevant discussions, and even host live Q&A sessions. This builds a community around your brand and positions you as approachable and responsive.

Besides engaging with your audience on traditional media channels, the Productized Service Template allows you to elevate your community engagement further through its built-in live chat feature. This enables direct communication with your clients from your website's dashboard, ensuring they feel listened to and stay informed about their project's progress.

  • Social proof goes a long way 👥 Encourage your clients to share their experiences with your service. Not only does this provide social proof, but it also extends your reach to potential clients within your current clients' networks.

One of the most effective areas to showcase your client’s love for your product is through the testimonials section on your website, a feature already included in the Productized Service Template. Highlighting these testimonials can significantly persuade new potential customers to try your product.

  • Show, don’t tell 📸 Engagement is important, but at the end of the day, you are indeed selling your product. So sell it the right way and use social platforms to showcase what you offer. Whether it's through engaging visuals, short explainer videos, or client testimonials, make your services shine and show potential clients what they can achieve by buying your product.

Showcasing the remarkable achievements of your clients with your product is best done in a dedicated section of your website that highlights previous client projects you've contributed to. There's no more compelling sales pitch than directly demonstrating to potential customers how your product has successfully worked for others just like them.

  • Boost Your Reach with Social Media Ads 💰 Are you already doing all the things mentioned above but still want to give your business that much-needed initial boost? Then social media paid advertising might be what you are looking for. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram offer powerful targeting tools to help you reach your ideal clients based on demographics, interests, and more.

Email Marketing and Newsletters

Email marketing stands out as one of the most effective channels for maintaining this connection. It combines the intimacy of direct messaging with the scale of digital marketing, allowing you to reach your audience in a personalized manner.

You can even take it a step further and start a monthly newsletter as a way to keep your customers engaged and up-to-date about the latest happenings in your productized service. Here's how you can maximize the impact of your email marketing efforts:

  • Value-First Content 💡 The core of your email strategy should be to serve, not just to sell. Craft newsletters that enrich your audience's knowledge by sharing actionable insights, expert tips, and the latest industry news that aligns with their interests. Incorporating client success stories can serve as powerful testimonials, while updates on new service features keep your audience informed about what's new and exciting with your offering.
  • Exclusive Offers 🌟 Email is the perfect channel to make your subscribers feel special. Offer them exclusive promotions, discounts, or early access to new services or products. These exclusive deals not only reward your loyal subscribers but also act as an incentive for new subscribers to join. Highlighting these offers as email-only exclusives can enhance the perceived value of being part of your email list.
  • Engagement and Feedback 🔁 Transform your email marketing from a monologue into a dialogue. Encourage your subscribers to reply with their thoughts, questions, or content preferences. You can ask for feedback on recent purchases, suggestions for topics they'd like to learn more about or even their personal success stories with your service. This interaction not only provides you with valuable insights but also deepens the subscribers' emotional investment in your brand.
  • Segmentation and Personalization 🔍 In the era of information overload, personalized content stands out. Utilize the data from your analytics tools to segment your email list based on demographics, behavior, or past interactions with your brand. Personalized emails that cater to the specific interests and needs of your segments can dramatically improve open rates, engagement, and conversions. For instance, sending a targeted email about a new software update to users who have expressed interest in advanced features can result in higher engagement compared to a general email blast.

Analytics: Track and Measure Performance

Analytics play a critical role in the success of any productized service. By tracking how users interact with your website and services, you can gain valuable insights into what works and what doesn't.

Webflow analytics integrations

Use Webflow's analytics integrations to monitor traffic patterns, conversion rates, and user behavior. Combine this data with Memberstack's dashboard analytics to understand subscription trends and customer preferences. Together, these insights allow you to refine your marketing strategies, improve service offerings, and enhance user experience.

Growing Your Productized Service With Webflow and Memberstack

Combining Webflow and Memberstack provides a robust framework for creating, operating, and expanding your productized service. Here's a deeper look into some of the main capabilities the Productized Service Template has to offer:

Marketing Site

A compelling marketing site is your first point of contact with potential clients. With this in mind, the template provides you with a visually stunning, responsive marketing website equipped to communicate the value of your product. The marketing page comes packed with testimonials, FAQs, and clear CTAs you can use to convert visitors into clients.

2 Dashboards (Client & Admin)

Offer personalized experiences with separate dashboards for clients and administrators. The client dashboard allows clients to manage their projects and view updates, while the admin dashboard gives you a comprehensive overview of all client activities, facilitating better service management and decision-making.

Live, Real-time Community Comments (Built-in)

Foster a sense of community and engagement among your users with built-in commenting capabilities. This feature allows clients to provide feedback, ask questions, and interact with each other and your team in real-time.

4 Different Pricing Options

Cater to a diverse client base by offering multiple pricing tiers or packages. This flexibility allows clients to choose the option that best fits their needs and budget, increasing conversion rates and customer satisfaction.

Social Auth

Simplify the login and registration process with social authentication options. By allowing clients to use their existing social media accounts, you reduce barriers to entry, making it easier for new users to sign up and access your services.

Multi-Step Forms

Break down complex forms into manageable steps to improve user experience and increase form completion rates. Multi-step forms can be used for project submissions, client onboarding, and more, making it easier for clients to provide the necessary information.


Scaling a productized service with Webflow and Memberstack involves a mix of strategic marketing, client engagement, and continuous service improvement:

  • Use SEO and social media for visibility, complemented by direct client communication through newsletters and email.
  • Regular content updates, client feedback, and personalized experiences keep your product relevant and client-focused.
  • Take advantage of Webflow and Memberstack integrations to collect user data and use analytics to drive strategic decisions, helping tailor your service to client needs.
  • The Productized Service Template provides all the features you need to launch your business in less than one day, freeing up your time to work on growing your business, converting new customers, and ensuring client satisfaction.

Finally, as my last advice, keep in mind that growing a productized service is a continuous process. Initially, progress may seem slow, but by consistently applying the tools and strategies we discussed in this article, you will gradually expand your client base. Over time, this will lead to the type of exponential growth that is uniquely achievable with a productized service.