Do You Really Need a Website?
Websites don’t make you money
A website really doesn’t make you any money in the long run. It’s a fancy business card that can be used as social proof but it’s not going to make a huge impact on your business.
If and when you choose to have a website, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Do not put your pricing on your website. Your value is gotten by the relationship you build with a potential client. Especially if your program is set at a higher price point.
- Do not have a “Donate Button” on your website. That sends the message that you are asking for something from them without them receiving any value.
- Your domain should be Your Name. You are in the relationship field. They are interested in doing business with you as a person, not a company.
- Do not spend money on branding until you are making a consistent $20,000 a month.
- Consider leveraging the expertise of a recommended professional for these tasks. Often creating things like pretty websites can become a distraction and prevent us from focusing on what we want to accomplish.
Website Development Resources
Fiverr.com– connects businesses with freelancers offering digital services in 300+ categories.
Grassroots Consulting– Owner, Joshua Lamothe created our website and is willing to help you with an affordable custom site when you are ready. He offers complimentary website presence reviews for those with current websites and complimentary consultations for emerging entrepreneurs.