Whether you’re managing a thriving membership or you’re just starting your 1-1 coaching practice, understanding who can login to the backend of your site and at what level of access is super important to keep a member of your team from breaking it accidentally. In this guide, I’ll walk you through how to add a
Do you often encounter the vexing issue of blurry website photos? You’re not alone. When uploading holiday snaps to platforms like Snapfish, a frustrating warning about low resolution may spring up. This warning essentially means your image isn’t sharp enough to print due to a low file size. This annoying problem isn’t just confined to
This post was written by my friend and automation expert, Jesse Parker. I asked Jesse to write about this topic after seeing them post a short form version of it on one of their social accounts. I thought, “This is tech knowledge my audience needs to have!” They kindly agreed to write this for you.
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org — what’s the difference? If you’re new to the world of website creation, this question might be on your mind. That’s because WordPress is one of the most popular and versatile content management systems on the market right now. However, it comes in two different versions: WordPress.com and WordPress.org. In this post,
In this post, I will show you how to track visitor conversions by installing Google Analytics on your WordPress website. When you’re marketing your coaching business, it’s easy to feel like your content is going into a black hole. Sure, sometimes the various social media platforms and other places you create content will give you
Awhile back I posted on Instagram about why I love WordPress for coaches. One of the reasons I love it is because it’s so scalable — which means once you’re ready to do something like start a group program or launch a podcast, it can support that growth. Someone commented on that post and asked,
In the digital age, if you’re a life coach trying to grow a coaching business, a professional website that’s easy to use makes the work much easier. But how do you know where your website needs help? What fixes on it will actually tick the needle toward helping you grow the practice you want? That’s
As a coach, you probably already know that you need a strong online presence to reach and interact with your target audience. Did you know there’s a number that can tell you how well your website keeps people interested and brings them back? This number is called “bounce rate.” What is bounce rate? How does a
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Popups. The word alone is enough to make most people feel a little bit irritated. And it won’t surprise you to learn that most coaches I talk to are skeptical about using popups for marketing on their websites. But here’s the thing: sites that use popups consistently outperform those that don’t. So, if you’re not
The images you use on your coaching website are a big deal. Use the incorrect image format or get the sizing wrong, and your visuals will look blurry. Or if your images are too large, they’ll load slowly, sending potential clients running to a website that loads super-fast. What are image files at a general
Your website is the face of your brand, so it’s key that your potential clients find it easy to navigate, engaging to read, and beautiful to look at. It sounds simple, but here’s the thing: Everyone has their own opinion on what makes one website better than another. So, it’s unsurprising that there are a