Coaching Website Mistake: You Lost Me at Hello

Coaching Website Mistake: You Lost Me at Hello

There’s too much stuff on the Web. Most of it is junk and unimportant to us. That’s exactly why you need to engage people right away on your website.

This photo is very attention grabbing. So should be the first block of text on your site.

When people land on a site they give it a quick once over before they dig in. They are judging to see if your … read on

Coaching Website Mistake: Confusing Menus

Coaching Website Mistake: Confusing Menus

I would say that the second most important thing on a website is Usability. It’s second to value. Websites should offer big value to their users and make accessing it very easy.

One major factor that contributes to your site’s usability is the menu – the main links that get people around your website.

In this article I will give you the ideal traits of a menu that will make … read on

Coaching Website Mistake: No Big Benefit

Coaching Website Mistake: No Big Benefit

Visitors need to see that there’s some BIG value to be gained from your site. If they don’t, they won’t explore your site and they won’t discover how great your coaching can be.

Just think about the times you’ve landed on others websites. Which ones did you spend time on? Which ones did you just bounce off? You probably quickly left websites that didn’t show some possibility of usefulness to … read on

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Coach Website Mistake on Free Consultations

When people come to your coaching website, it’s not assumed by them that you are looking to take on clients. In fact, when many people arrive at a coach’s website, they often have no idea what it is you offer.

If your primary aim is to get clients, then you’ll need to make that overly clear. And, remember, both clients AND REFERRERS – people who may tell others about you … read on

The Coaching Site Guide - a new coach's guide to creating an expert website that clients will love!

New: The Coaching Site Guide

I’m happy to announce that I’ve finally put together an ebook to help coaches create a great website.

I’ve been heeing and hawwwing about it for a while now and on a personal challenge and as an accountability project with a client of mine, this guide has been produced.

Get the low down on the guide and discover the top three reasons most coaches end up with a site that … read on

`Five Tips when Adding Content to WordPress

Five Tips When Adding Content to WordPress

If you’re just getting started with WordPress, here are five quick tips to make adding content smoother and easier.

The tips in the video are:

Expand the editing region to give you more space – Drag the corner hash marks in the lower right corner of the text editor to give you more space to work with. Use the Kitchen Sink button to show more editing options. The HTML and… read on

Responsive Design: Reaching More People with Your Coaching Site

I was just blown away by my favorite theme, Canvas from WooThemes. 

Let me explain “responsive design” in words before I show you in a video.

You see these days we’ve got quite a wide range of methods for viewing web page: phones, pads, laptops, desktops, tv’s and James Bond tuxedo shoes – and your website is likely to get seen on any and all of these.

As such, you … read on