11 Traits of a Coaching Site that Works

11 Traits of a Coaching Site that Works

This article should have been written when I first opened my doors for business. I hope to bestow my 12 years of experience in building websites into this very long article on the top 11 things to pay attention to as you build a coaching site that works.

1. Is designed to serve a purpose

Creating a website for the mere sake of having one, “because you’re in business”, is … read on

 
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Top WordPress Themes for Coaching Websites

It’s REALLY tough if you’re a new coach and you’re thrown in the wonderful world of WordPress and you want to find a great theme for your website. There are so many options which boast so many features – it can take hours to days to find your way.

When it comes to themes for your website (themes are ready-made designs for WordPress) you may be wondering, which is best, … read on

 
Got website rot? Top four website maintenance tasks to keep your site running smoothly for clients.

Got website rot? Top four website maintenance tasks to keep your site running smoothly for clients

There’s this thing call “website rotting” – I call it cyber rot. Websites decay over time due to neglect, tech advances, and other changes that occur over time online. Links stop working. Plugins go defunct. Grammar hiccups occur, and many more.

The result is that your site (even mine and I’m a web guy) will not function properly, thus costing you possible leads, subscribers, sales, etc.

The key is to … read on

 
How-to-Sell-More-Ebooks-with-Pre-sell-Blogs

How to Sell More Ebooks with Pre-sell Blogs

Whether you’ve got an ebook for sale or are planning on writing one, consider using the content in that book for writing loads of easy blog articles. Not just any articles, but ones that will entice readers to buy your ebook – turning your writing into cash!

In this article, I will give you four simple steps to extract out great blog articles that will both keep you full of … read on

 
Five Keys to Writing Your Coaching Blog in Under an Hour

Five Keys to Writing Your Coaching Blog in Under an Hour

One major challenge new coaches have when getting their blogs going is simply getting them done. It can take hours upon hours of writing, editing, second-guessing, re-writing, adding, and then worrying if it’s any good.

That’s a lot of time spent on one article and you still haven’t posted it to your site yet! And if it takes a long time, you’ll resist doing them consistently and thus you’ll jeopardize … read on

 
How to Get People on Your List A Before and After Example

How to Get People on Your List – A Before and After Example

A great freebie will do three amazing things for helping you get clients. (1) It will bring traffic to your site (Hey! I gotta get that freebie!). (2) It will get people onto your list (Sure! I’ll add my name for that fabulous giveaway!). (3) It will boost your status as an expert (Nice! This coach really knows her stuff!).

Just think, a free report titled, 5 Food Tips for a Highly Energetic … read on

 
Six Simple Sections to Make Writing to Your Blogs Easy

Six Simple Sections to Make Writing Your Blogs Easy

For new coaches, especially non-writer types, putting together a blog article can be tough. So tough it stops you from doing the marketing!

And blog articles are awesome for building credibility and drumming up traffic – both from search engines and from sharing them on other sites.

In this article, I will share with you my secret layout (six sections) for composing blog articles that work – articles that are … read on