5 Website Mistakes That Chase Coaching Clients Away

Is your coaching website attracting clients? If it isn’t, then it could be you’re making one of these 5 common website mistakes that chase potential clients away.

The the good news is that each one can be fixed – often without creating a new website. In fact, some of these website mistakes can be corrected in one day with just a little bit of effort.

This is by no means an exhaustive list of website mistakes. Instead, below you will find some of the worst offenders at chasing potential clients away. And they are all easy to correct. In fact, they are so easy, I’m amazed to see these mistakes on so many coaching websites.

2013 Web Design Trends for Coaching Websites

It’s the beginning of a new year, and if you’re like most coaches, you are either thinking about creating a website or updating the one you have. You want a website that is usable, beautiful, and marketable – not one that will look old-fashioned in a few months.

In this article, you’ll find a summary of the web design trends that are especially relevant to coaching websites for solo-preneur or small business coaches. And there’s lots of good news for you in 2013.

Client Spotlight – NEW Marketing and Branding for Miriam Ortiz y Pino of More Than Organized

Meet Miriam Ortiz y Pino, certified professional organizer and simplicity expert for More Than Organized. In just one month, I helped her get crystal clear on who her ideal client was and the exact words and phrases to attract them.

We discovered that the branding archetype she had been using for years was not correct and was sabotaging her marketing efforts. Then I showed her how to brand her marketing with the right archetype (Ruler) to attract her ideal client.

The results? She had her first 5-figure month!

7 Must-Have Webpages for Your Coaching Website

Are you ready for a WordPress website for your coaching practice? Great! But whether you build your own website or get help with its creation, you will need to create content and decide what pages to include.

And that’s where most coaches get stuck.

It’s easy to find a WordPress template you like. There are plenty to choose from. But how do you decide what information to put on which pages? And do you just copy someone else’s site navigation, or come up with your own?

Here are 7 must-have webpages every coach should have on their website with a description of what goes on each page.

Client Spotlight – NEW Website for Debora J. Hollick and Insightful Solutions Ltd.

I am to pleased to announce the new marketing strategy and website we created for Debora J. Hollick at www.insightfulsolutions.com. When she contacted me, Debora needed a new look for her website – one that would clearly communicate the unique coaching and done-for-you services that she offers to large and small businesses internationally. She also…

Client Spotlight – NEW Website for Shan Larter & Holistic Health Coach Training

We are very excited about the marketing strategy and website we created for Shan at www.HolisticHealthCoachTraining.com. With the new WordPress themes we are now using, we are creating web layouts in WordPress that were once only possible in traditional HTML webpages. And now that the site is set up, Shan can maintain it and add content to it herself – all without the aid of a webmaster.

You’ll definitely want to check out this new site design, especially her About Page. It’s beautiful and not your typical About Page layout.

3 Steps to Creating Do-It-Yourself Websites for Coaches

Have you ever tried to create your own coaching website only to realize it’s a lot harder than it looks? Or maybe you tried using a website template that required “no programming skills” and discovered that it wasn’t as easy as it looked in the demo video.

If you’re wondering how to create a do-it-yourself website that actually looks great, this article may be just what you’ve been looking for.

Get Unlimited, Free, Qualified Traffic to Your Coaching Website – In As Little As 15-30 Minutes A Day

Here’s one of my best kept secrets. And it’s so easy, that many coaches will read this article and think it won’t work. Some things are too good to be true, but this method really does work as promoted.

You really can get unlimited, free qualified traffic to your coaching website – even if your site is brand new, even if you’re new at coaching, and even if you do not have a list. And no, it won’t take you hours each day. Once everything is set up, you only need a few minutes a day.