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Before and After Coaching Website Tip – Shari

Thanks Shari for sharing your website.

Shari’s site is here: www.sharirozansky.com.

Here’s your website BEFORE screenshot:

You’ve got a killer smile. Instant likability bonus points right away. Great!

If you are getting a new photo sometime, the flash was a bit strong and it washes out your face, hiding that warm healthy glow.

You’ll want to avoid that.

I recommend getting outside on a cloudy day or just make sure … read on

 
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Real Live Coaching Website Tip for Noel

This is a website tip for fellow member of the blogging group on Linked in.

For Noel Rosos at http://lifeshowyouliveit.com

Thanks for sharing Noel.

Think of your site as an adventure. An experience. A journey to a great future.

Do you remember how it feels when you clarify your dreams, when you spend time with someone sharing them, then an energy, a momentum naturally builds.

Remember?

A similar feeling needs … read on

 
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Coaching Website Tips for Michael Toller

Below are comments I’ve shared on LinkedIn for coach Michael Toller. The aim is to improve it for attracting clients.

The site is at: http://www.michaeltollercoaching.co.uk/

Here’s a screenshot of the home page right now:

Love the look because I’ve never seen something like that. Well maybe once or twice.

I like the white space and that it speaks to the visitor, directly, simply.

The simple menu, excellent as well. Nice.… read on

 
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How to Get More Leads with Your Core Message

I’ve been running a fun group program for helping coaches get online and attract clients over the last two months.

The first step we do is to make the website’s core message super compelling.

One thing participants love and find super helpful is the work we do on their core message.

Your core message is like your elevator speech or your 30 second introduction or big value proposition.

The core … read on

 
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How to Ensure Your Site is Compelling + Watch Two Clients Develop Their Core Message

Before building a website, you should get clear on who it’s for and why it’s good for them to be there.

True, your site is for helping you build your coaching business and sustain a living and income.

But in the end, the business is really about the client and delivering them value.

(Else, there be no biz)

One smart move is to iron out your core message.

Make sure … read on

 
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An AWeber Must-Do to Ensure Your Emails Reach Your Subscribers

If your emails don’t reach your subscribers, then your marketing won’t work.

You’ll not build your reputation as a great coach and your invitations to work with you will not reach your list (your prize source of clients.

Your client-attraction efforts will be much hindered.

You NEED your emails to get through.

Here’s one quick task you’ll need to do at AWeber to make sure things are working properly.

As … read on

 
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How Hosting Can Silently Screw Up Your Coaching Biz

In short, if your website doesn’t run fast, people will leave. Your opt-in list will not grow as fast and people won’t see your offerings or contact you for coaching. Slow website = people go bye-bye. Slow websites are a silent client-killer because most website owners don’t pay attention to it enough.

Above is a new coaching website on BlueHost, a popular hosting provider I’m testing out. The average speed … read on