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.

12 Web Design Trends for 2012 – Part 1

Since I wrote “11 Web Design Trends for 2011” a year ago, there have been some interesting changes in web design and online marketing. Some of these trends are “must-have” if your coaching website is to attract clients. Others won’t apply at all. And some are optional.

I’ll comment on each trend to let you know how to best apply it to your online marketing strategy for your coaching business.

In Part 1, we look at what’s new and/or hot and what’s ancient history.

Get More Clients with Mobile Friendly Websites

Mobile websites are one of the fastest growing trends in online marketing. The majority of cellphone owners have smartphones that can access the Internet. And iPad sales in 2010 have made it one of the top fastest selling electronic devices in history. That means that mobile website use will only continue to grow.

But can a a mobile website help coaches and consultants get more clients? And if so, what would that look like?