Your homepage is an essential part of your website. In this episode, you’ll hear 5 tips that will help you direct people to your homepage. Because if they don’t see it, then your homepage will not serve people and it won’t make you money.
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Keep people on your website longer by giving them the most pleasant experience possible so you can teach them more, solve more problems for them, and ultimately make more money.
We all like to cross tasks off the list and be done with them. But, I’m here to tell you that you cannot do that with your website. It’s like home maintenance, finishing your website isn’t possible. You’re never going to be completely done. And that’s a good thing! These 7 reasons will help you understand why this is one task you don’t want to cross off your list completely.
I think we’ve all heard the phrase ‘you get what you pay for.’ That is absolutely true when it comes to who you use for website hosting. These 5 reasons for not going with the cheapest host will help you understand why.
The photos you use on your website are key to one very important thing. Whether your visitors know it or not, the photos on your website will make them feel something. And those emotions will play a big factor in whether or not people will trust you enough to work with you or purchase something from you. These 4 rules will help you know what to look for when choosing which photos to include on your website and social media.
Your homepage is a lot like a second date. By the time people are on your homepage, they already know you somewhat. This is not the place to tell them all your hobbies and why you do what you do. This is where you need to tell your visitors how you solve their problems and how they can work with you. This is how you help them and how you make more money.
When you are considered the expert, it is so easy to forget all the things you didn’t know at one point. But, your followers? They still don’t know all the things – that’s why they come to you. You must speak in a way they understand and that will require you to simplify your language. When you do this, you will earn their trust and they will know you truly understand their problem.
Are you suffering from an unhealthy dose of perfectionism? In my experience, that is a good majority of LDS mompreneurs. You have to let go of the mindset that you can’t put your work out there unless it’s A+ level work. Today, I’m sharing 5 compelling reasons why.
When people visit your website, how do you want them to feel? I know you want the perfect website, but what you want and what your visitors need can be two completely different things. These 5 tips will help you create a website that absolutely serves your ideal client.
Just because a lot of people are doing it, does not mean that it’s the best way to design your website. Design norms exist for a reason and you need to make sure your website serves your followers. Don’t make these mistakes!
When you walk into Home Depot (or CostCo), there are so many different ways to find exactly what you are looking for. They might not be the prettiest stores, but there are signs and people everywhere to help you get exactly what you need. Your website should function this same way. Pretty websites are great, but a pretty website is not what helps people know how you can help them.
Missed Opportunities. I don’t want you to have any of those when it comes to your website. These three areas on your website are often missed opportunities but if you make a few changes you’ll be able to help more people.
Your homepage needs to be more than an index to your blog posts. These simple tips will help you create a homepage that converts your page views to loyal followers.
Creating consistency in the small things might not seem like a big deal. But, they can have a big impact on how your website makes people feel.
I know you want a pretty website, so do I! But there is something about your website that is far more important than just how it looks.