Category Archive: Website Design

Three Big Reasons Why Your Webinar Registration Page Isn’t Working

Have you invested the time and/or money it requires to set up a good sign up page for your webinar or opt-in freebie, then nobody signs up? Michele A. Scism explains that your page may have one or more of the following problems.

By Michele A Scism

Quick Checklist to Help You End Your Website Shame

Do you have website shame? In this success strategy, Dana D'Orsi is sharing a quick checklist of items to review and update to help you freshen up your website.

By Dana D'Orsi

How to Diagnose Causes Of Poor Website Performance

Your website is the backbone of your marketing and speaks to your audience on your behalf on a 24/7 basis. So if it’s not working for you, your business is in trouble. Holly Chantal shares 3 areas to check when trying to diagnose the cause of your poor performing website.

By Holly Chantal

7 Deadly Sins Of Designing Your Own Website

Holly Chantal shares her list of 7 of the most common mistakes being made when a business owner goes it alone when creating their website.

By Holly Chantal

Make Sure Your Landing Pages Do The Job

Everyone has goals for growing their lists and if those goals aren’t being met, it may be time to analyze your landing page. After all, your landing page is the first page that people come to when they go to your website. And if your landing page isn’t “up to par,” a visitor can choose to exit your page and go elsewhere. Shannon Cherry shares six basic tips to ensure that your landing page is one that will catch the attention of your visitors and make them want to come back for more!

By Shannon Cherry

Why Planning Is The Most Important Step In Your Website Design Journey

You would think that getting a website that works would be as easy as finding a designer you like, telling them what you want and badabing badaboom you have a client magnet! Unfortunately that’s not the case. The problem is that most solopreneurs take a “looks” approach when they start their website design. Just like a house, your website needs to have a strategic plan behind it before you build. Holly Chantal shares tips on how you can create a winning plan for your website.

By Holly Chantal

Warning: 3 Pieces You Must Have In Place BEFORE You Market Your Website

Something that you will quickly discover as you begin to use your website to market yourself is that marketing doesn’t get you clients, building relationships does. So marketing your website is not going to be worth the time, money, and effort if you aren’t building a relationship with your visitors. Holly Chantal shares three simple but critical corner stones that you must have in place before you start driving traffic to your website.

By Holly Chantal

How to Use Your Website as a Platform For All of Your Marketing

Your most valuable tool when it comes to marketing your business is your website. If you think about it, your site has all of the major pieces that every good marketing campaign should. Holly Chantal shares her methods for getting more traffic to your website and using it as a platform for all of your marketing.

By Holly Chantal

How to Choose Fonts For Your Website – 4 Common Mistakes To Avoid

Having the right font can make your website look polished and put together, and the font you choose also gives your text a particular personality. Who knew? Unless you’re a self proclaimed “font snob” chances are you are choosing your fonts willy nilly depending on what appeals to you at the time. Holly Chantal shares some common mistakes that solopreneurs make when choosing fonts for their websites, and what you can do to avoid them.

By Holly Chantal

7 Quick Tips to Make Your Website “About” Page Sell You

With a good About page you can probably close a prospect. With a bad About page you’ll never see a prospect again. With an awesome About page – well, you’re probably on your way to your next client. Jeannie Spiro provides recommendations so that you can start optimizing your page and create a more professional image.

By Jeannie Spiro