What the bleep do I put on my website?

A basic site-plan web guide to help you work out what to put on your website and where

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If you've ever tried to create a website for your business, you'll know that working out what to put on there is much harder than working out what to put in a simple brochure.

• How many pages should you have?
• How many words do you need?
• What do you say?
• Where exactly do you put your information?
• What about pictures/photos/graphics?
• Where do you begin?

THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO START
This resource is a cut-down version of a workshop presentation I have run over the years to help business owners work out what exactly to put on their website, and where. In about a dozen pages, it takes you through the basics in bullet points, really fast, so you can get the picture, get an action plan and get started!

HERE'S WHAT IT COVERS
• The 5 basic pages of a typical website
• What to put on them
• 5 tips for better writing
• Some simple things that most people don't do, that will put you in front of your competition.

In my 18 years in business, I've coached hundreds of small business people. Not knowing where to start with creating their website is a very common problem. Often, people go to see a web developer or web designer without having a clear idea of what they need. The result? Well, you can see it online, can't you. Most websites are not as good as they could be. I recommend using this web guide before you go see a web developer, so you can give them a really clear brief for your site. And if you need more help, there's my Podcasts, my Ebook or contact me to book a one-on-one coaching call.

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What the bleep do I put on my website?
Get the basics in about a dozen pages and get started with a clear, concise action plan.
whatthebleepwebbasics2pdf.pdf - 62.6 KB


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