#21: Your 6-Point Checklist for Creating a Coaching Website that Converts Visitors to Paying Clients
Updated: May 4
In this episode, Liz shares the 6-point checklist for creating coaching websites that effectively convert website visitors into paying coaching clients. You will learn exactly which elements you need to include on your own website and how to create your own website step-by-step.
What you will learn in this episode:
1:45 - Why you don’t need to stress about creating a website
7:26 - The 6 most important elements for a high-converting coaching website
9.16 - What you should include in your about page and work-with-me page
17:00 - How to convert website visitors into coaching clients
21:57 - How to build trust through your website
24:42 - How to pull your website visitors into your universe
26:28 - How to make sure your website meets legal requirements
31:05 - Liz’ step-by-step process for creating your own website fast
Links from this episode:
Legal Templates from Bobby Klinck
Best Practice Examples of Coaching Websites:
Confident Coach Club Online Course (Template for Coaching Application and Website Checklist)
Disclaimer: Some of the resources above may be affiliate links, meaning I get paid a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.
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