DIY Nightmares – Things to Forget About on Your Website

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Things you should forget right now as you build your website.

One of the biggest stressors, time-wasters, and traps of building your own websites is trying to add website functionality you DO NOT NEED right now.


Here are my top 3 …

1. Forget client management.

You’ve got no clients to manage, why worry about the right scheduling, client-handling software?

You need … MUST focus on marketing now. Get clients first, then worry about managing them. (Else you’re wasting time)

2. Forget PayPal buttons on your website.

For the same reason, you need to get new client leads first before worrying about payments.

Try to get people to even talk to you about coaching. If you can get the to commit, then you can quickly send a PayPal payment link by email.

Don’t be wasting time creating buttons for your site because people don’t buy coaching by clicking online.

Again, get calls, get commitments first. That’s the more important thing.

3. Forget TimeTrade or other appointment schedulers.

They are cool, but also waste your time in figuring them out, setting them up and testing them out and …

When you should be out there, getting visible, traffic, calls, leads and make coaching offers to get a YES.

I’d say you can even forget having a website as well, but people will check you out online, and you’ll also feel like a fraud if you don’t have a decent site to show you’re serious.

Plus, a website can be quick to get going, enough to look like a real coach.

So, drop those website worries now and refocus!

Helpful? What you’re wasting time on now? I’d love to know. Just comment below.

Kenn Schroder

Kenn Schroder helps coaches create client-attracting websites. Get your free copy of Coaching Website Checklist at http://www.coachingsitesthatwork.com

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