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Losing your mind over your website?

You might have skipped this quick but important exercise (most businesses do)

3 steps to launching your business website without tech overwhelm


It’s okay if…

  • You started creating your website 6 months ago but it still isn’t ready.

  • You made the mistake of mentioning a new website on a Facebook group and you haven’t replied to comments asking for your URL (from weeks and weeks ago).

  • You’ve figured out how to install a website template but have no idea how to make it work for your business.

  • You’ve signed up and paid for everything everyone said you needed — the website platform, the email marketing platform, G Suite, and a custom domain name — and are wondering, “Now what?

  • You needed your website launched yesterday but right now your contact form doesn’t even forward answers to your inbox. (Which internet black hole do those end up in, anyway?)


It’s never too late to turn things around

You might have skipped this quick but important exercise (most businesses do).

That’s okay. You can still create a website that brings new clients, the quick and easy way.

15 minutes is all you need to work through my 3 steps to launching your business website without tech overwhelm:

  1. Get clear on why you need a website for your business
  2. Learn to use the “90 day rule” to prioritize what your website needs to be able to do
  3. Eliminate distractions that make you feel like there’s no way you can do this (I’ll tell you for free: you can)

Avoid the mistake that most business owners make

These 3 steps work for everyone, whether you’re using Squarespace, Wordpress, or a different platform.

Ask yourself, how would you feel if:

  • Your website could be up and running by next week?

  • You could start sending people to your website knowing it’s designed to convert prospectives into paying clients?

Stop spinning your wheels fighting your tech and finally launch a website that gets you clients — the quick and easy way.


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