diy coaching website

How to Get Started on a Small Budget – Option 5 – Do It Yourself (DIY) Website

This is the fifth option in the series of articles on how to build your coaching website if funds are low called Getting Started on a Small Budget. The earlier options were: free coaching websites, bartering, getting a friend, and finding a low-cost freelancer.

Most mentor coaches will recommend against DIY. It’s almost always not worth the time spent learning how to build and manage your own website. You should … read on

 
low-cost freelance web design for your coaching website

How to Get Started on a Small Budget – Option 4 – Find a Low-Cost Freelance Web Designer

This is the fourth article in a series of 5 called, How to Get Started on a Small Budget. The previous few are: getting a free coaching websites, bartering with a professional web designer, and finding a friend to do the job. 

Today’s article is about finding a low-cost freelancer for hire.

There are quite a few websites out there for finding and hiring a freelancers such as web designers. … read on

 
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How to Get Started on a Small Budget – Option 3 – Get a Friend

This is the third article in a series of 5 called, How to Get Started on a Small Budget. The previous two you can read about here:  free coaching websites and bartering with a professional web designer.

Let’s talk about option 3, getting a friend to do the work …

A common idea many coaches have for building their website, especially if they are on a tight budget, is to … read on

 
barter for your coaching website

How to Get Started on a Small Budget – Option 2 – Barter with a Pro

This article is the second of five on building your coaching website without spending lots. I wrote about option 1 – getting a free website last week.

This week’s is about the second option – bartering. This means finding a talented web designer to build your website in return for coaching.

The benefits are:

You get more coaching experience, fewer headaches, and a hopefully a great testimonial.

They get more … read on

 
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How to Get Started on a Small Budget – Option 1- Get a Free Website

It can be tough to spend money on your coaching business if you have no clients, or aren’t earning much in your main stay. You don’t want to start spending money and go in the hole.

At the same time, you want a good website to help you look credible. You know people will check you out online as you start spreading the word.

It’s a catch 22. You want … read on

 
3 website tips for coaches

Three Keys to a Great Coaching Website – 2014 Reflection

Well the end of year is here and I’m asking myself, What do coaches really need to know about their website to make sure it’s great? And by great, I mean a website that helps you bring in new clients.

Here are my top three reflections on websites for coaches:

(1) Key #1 is to see the bigger picture.

With all the tools, themes, doodads and whistles, it’s very easy … read on

 
Aha! Another keyword for my coaching website.

Another Keyword Source for to Get More Traffic and Better Leads

In another post, I wrote about seven keyword sources to get traffic to your coaching website. To that list, you should add this 8th keyword source – short phrases to describe your ideal client.

(I looked at 50+ images to suit this article. How could I pass this one up?)

For example if you’re a relationship coach, then the phrase “relationship coach” is good to use on your website. To … read on