Monday, September 24, 2018

40+ Things Every Website Needs for Authentic Client Attraction

Do you desire to have a thriving business filled with the right clients or customers but don’t know where to start or how to up-level your business today?

I hear this from many Christian women entrepreneurs, Christian women in business, coaches, authors and service professionals.

What is one of the things that tend to hold you back from manifesting your desired outcome?

Many women I talk to also say that having a converting website or simply a website is one of their greatest challenges. Whether it’s their believing they need to spend 1000s, which is not within their budget, to become totally overwhelmed and possibly anxious about even approaching this area.

You’ll be excited to know that I have a very special invite for you. And I’m sure it will support you in your desire to have a website that gets you the results you desire with Client attraction, getting more customers and sales.

But first here are 3 of 40+ things

1.FAQ Page
FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions. Including an FAQ page on your
website helps make it more user-friendly. Create a list of the most common
questions you receive and turn it into a separate page on your site. Make sure
that like all your other valuable pages, this FAQ page is easy to find and read. As
you receive more questions, you can add to the page.
Also, consider occasionally linking to other important internal pages. This can
accomplish two things. It can help keep your visitor on your website longer. And it
can help boost the rankings for the page you’re linking to.
When you’re creating your FAQ content remember to make it valuable and easy
to understand, and don’t forget to include your unique voice in the content. If
you’re witty when you create blog posts then be witty when you create your FAQ
page. Consistency helps strengthen your brand.

 2. List Of Awards Earned and/or Recognitions
If you or your business has been recognized for anything relevant to your
industry then, by all means, make sure it’s acknowledged somewhere on your
website. Awards and recognitions give you a boost in credibility.
For example, “Best of the Web” winners proudly display their award logo right on
the landing page of their sites.
If you haven’t won any awards or received any relevant recognitions, that’s okay.
You’re certainly not alone. Consider including a campaign to win an award in
your business planning. Get involved in your industry and get acknowledged. 

3.Media Page
Do you have a media page? A media page is designed to help provide the media
with the essential information they need. Approach it with the belief that the
media will come looking for you and will want to learn more about your business.
Here are just a few of the elements to include on your media page: -Company Mission and History 

-Product List 

-Company Bios 

-Company News and Press Releases 

-Brochures, Logos, Images

Your website is your storefront. In many cases, it provides a prospect’s first impression of your company. You know what they say about first impressions; you can only make one and it better count. The good news is that keeping in mind a few fundamentals and making a few simple tweaks to your website can take it from bland to brilliant. You can create a website that attracts visitors, converts clients, and helps you build a prosperous and exciting business.

For a limited time, you can gain access to my Package
Amp up your Brand from Bland to Brilliant: 50 things every website needs to have for client attraction, more customers, and more sales!

You’ll receive a profit-boosting guide plus my Training audio “3 essential secrets to moving past money-making barriers to your first $100 online!”

This packet is a value of over $97 and it’s yours for a very limited time for a very special investment.

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If you’ve heard about Branding you’ll know that there are many different concepts including the myth that branding is merely colors, logos and such. Although it’s important to have an integrated approach and each piece should support the overall branding it is much more than that.

Branding is about how you want others to see you and your business.

Use this package as an empowering resource to position yourself for an unfair advantage. Use the guide as a checklist and fuel your creativity with my Training audio.

Don’t get overwhelmed.
Ever heard the question “how do you eat an elephant?” I know, I know I don’t eat Elephant, however, it’s a great metaphor. The answer? One bite at a time. Or the other quote inch by inch it’s a cinch. Yard by yard and can be hard?

That’s what you’re going to do here.

Ready? Let’s begin.
No long drawn out sales page. You see the value. Now do it for your business.

Click here now to get started.

Enjoy!

Robin
Authentic Empowerment Specialist
Certified Social Media Marketing Campaign Specialist

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