In this post, you’ll learn what compliance measures you need in place for your coach website, how to set those measures up quickly and easily, and all without picking up the phone to call your lawyer. You might be creating your first website for your coaching business, but you have concerns about making sure you’re
Keep reading for my suggested stock photo websites to help you in sourcing beautiful free imagery for all your web needs. You want to use engaging photos as part of your blog posts or social media, but you don’t have a ton of professional photography of your own face. That means turning to stock photography.
In this post, I will show you how to track visitor conversions by installing Google Analytics on your WordPress website. Why use Google Analytics? One of my coach clients and I recently had a discussion about how best to track conversions (or leads opting into her email marketing) on her new website. You see, I
In this post, you’ll learn the difference between a domain registrar and a web host, and the role each one plays in keeping your website up and running. Maybe you’re just getting into the whole website ownership thing, and you’re coming across alien terminologies like “Hosting” and “Domain.” Or, perhaps you’ve had a website for
In this post, you’ll learn how to create a new Facebook Pixel and add it to your WordPress website. No code knowledge required, I promise! You’re ready, you’ve done it. You have a website, you have an awesome freebie offer. You’ve offered that freebie to your audience via platforms like social media and word of
A coach’s website should show the calibur of their coaching When I first discovered coaching, and my life started to change because of it (lost a couple of dozen pounds, for one thing!), I thought I would become a coach myself. Then I started connecting with a lot of coaches and realized that most of