3 Pages Your Executive Coaching Website Must Have

Remember when you were getting started in your career 20, 30, or 40 years ago?

You were young and inexperienced, but full of ambition and eager to learn.

Maybe people even described you as a “greenhorn,” or as being “wet behind the ears,” whatever that means…

Wouldn’t it have been amazing if there had been someone to come alongside you and point you in the right direction?

Somebody older, wiser, and more experienced to help you avoid costly detours that slow you down or even prevent you from reaching your ultimate destination.

But there just wasn’t a platform available to make that possible then.

However, the internet has radically transformed the world and our way of life in a just couple of decades.

Things that were previously unimaginable, let alone possible, are now commonplace.

The internet makes it possible for you to give the kind of help you wished you could get when you were still working your way up.

Now, you can make a life-changing difference in the lives of rising professionals by helping them with your own online executive coaching business.

But so many gifted people with so much to offer get stuck before they get started coaching because of tech anxiety.

They don’t think they can figure it out and make it work.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

It’s so much easier to build a website and run an online business now than it was just a few years ago.

There are tons of incredible tools and resources out there that eliminate the tech hurdles that used to be insurmountable for most people.

And that’s great because, if you’re going to have an online executive coaching business, you’re obviously going to need a website.

Your website will serve many purposes for your coaching business.

It’s your online real estate…

It’s your digital headquarters…

It will be a place to connect with and capture leads for your program…

A place to ultimately convert those leads into paying clients…

A place to deliver your coaching program…

Fortunately, you only need a few pages to get up and running fast:

  • Squeeze Page
  • Sales Page
  • Download Page

Obviously, you can add more over time, but all you need to get started is…

a page to capture leads for your coaching program (Squeeze Page),

a page where you tell them about your coaching program and how they can join (Sales Page),

and a place where they can access the training after they purchase (Download Page).

That’s it.

Don’t let this piece of the puzzle hold you back from helping other people with your coaching program.

Now, you need a few things in place before you can create those pages on your website.

You need a domain name, web hosting, and a platform to build your site on.

I can show you how to register a great domain name for your coaching program and offer suggestions about web hosting and the best platforms and page builders to use.

For example, I’ve registered dozens of domains with Godaddy, hosted sites with bluehost.com, and built sites on Wordpress.

The good news is these tools and resources cost very little. You can register a domain for about $12, get hosting for less than $3 per month, and Wordpress is free.

There are many other more sophisticated tools out there, too, such as Leadpages, Clickfunnels, and Kajabi that make designing and managing your site even easier, but they cost more.

To review, you can get started by registering a domain, getting hosting, choosing a platform, and creating a squeeze page, sales page, and a download page for your coaching program.

Are you ready to learn even more about creating your own coaching program?

Register for my free training here.

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