The free ‘Boost your Website’ 5-Day Challenge

Last updated Jun 8, 2020
Does your website bring you clients? This may seem like a dumb question. But think about it honestly. Has anyone ever come to work with you because they found your website and realised that you can solve their biggest challenges? A really common problem we have is that we pour sweat and tears into our website, and we rarely get anything back. Maybe you paid someone a lot of money to build yours, and love it, but it just doesn’t bring in the clients. Or perhaps you spent hours, days, even weeks creating it yourself, only to find that it’s a ghost town. Perhaps you’re even spending money on ads to drive traffic to your site, and it’s still not converting. I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone. It’s one of the most common issues that I hear from coaches and therapists. And the reason for that is because you don’t have a well thought out plan for your website. There’s no process for visitors on your site to follow. It may look wonderful, and you may have great content on there, and you probably offer an amazing service, but if you haven’t created a roadmap of actions for someone to take on your site, you’re leaving money on the table. Because they’re lost as soon as they get there. And no one likes to feel lost. So I wanted to let you know about a free 5-day challenge that I am running next week. It starts on Monday 3 July, consists of emails, worksheets and short daily training with actionable steps that you can take to boost your website so it starts generating leads and clients. Even if you can’t make it next week, I will package up all the materials for you and deliver them to your inbox at the end of the week so you can catch up with them if you need to. I know you’re going to find this mini-training series invaluable, so go ahead and give your website the boost it needs, and send this link to a friend who you think may benefit from it too. You can register here: https://azuremarketing.com/5-day-website-challenge I can’t wait to see you in the group and taking action.

Vicky Etherington

Vicky Etherington has been running her own online marketing agency since 2003, and in 2014 transitioned to working with coaches and therapists to teach them how to create their own client-attracting websites. 

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