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When creating your website, whether it's for coaching, consultancy, professional services or even e-commerce, the key is to make visitors feel at ease. How do you do that? With pictures.
If you have been thinking of starting your coaching business and need some coaching business ideas or you want to niche down your offering, new research will help you get clarity on what people need now.
You are ready to bring your big coaching ideas and your coaching business online? Great! Now the question is: What do you want your coaching website to do for you?
How to write a mission statement that will entice your audience to stay on your website. You have decided to become a coach or have been a coach but want to grow your audience by moving online. You need to make sure your mission statement is compelling within three seconds so your audience stays on your website for long enough to want to consider working with you.
When you first start working on your website you'll have hundreds of great ideas and you'll be very excited to implement all of them. You download a template from a website builder, start inserting a title, some text and a photo... And then, you're stuck.
Now that you have a business idea, maybe a few coaching or consulting customers under your belt you are looking into setting up your website. The first thing you then realise is that you need nice crisp and professional looking pictures, but you're not a photographer and your phone is old and your camera lens is cracked!
Thinking of starting a podcast? Awesome! I'm glad you're reading this then. Now, you're probably thinking about starting your shiny new podcast because you want to generate more leads for your business, right?
I feel it fair to warn you that my answer doesn't contain sexy "get rich quick" strategies or advice. In fact, I think that following these types of shiny objects wastes time, gets no results and can put you into significant debt. In fact, what follows is pretty UNsexy advice that?ll lead you to creating a REAL business that can support you for years to come.