Sports coaches can't be everywhere all of the time. If you want to help your athletes improve whenever you can and from wherever you are, adding video analysis to your offerings is one way of doing just that. It's not perfect, and it doesn't replace in-person coaching, of course. But it's a great option for both your athletes and for your business.
Like many businesses these days, you're probably moving a lot of your services online. For many coaches and consultants, this is a great way of continuing to work with clients if you can't see them in person, and, it's also another way of acquiring new clients. But before offering services through videoconferencing, make sure you have registration and payments set up on your website.
If people are coming to your website and not taking action - not signing up for a newsletter, not clicking on a button to go to another page, not buying something - you’re missing out on some new business. There are many ways of remedying this situation. And in this video, I’ll show you one simple way you can start to turn things around.
I’m so thrilled to tell you that a small, beginner level, workshop-style course I’ve been working on is finally here! If you’ve been wanting to learn how to plan, build and design your own website, then I’ve got a course for you. It’s straightforward, easy-to-follow and you don’t need to learn any code.
How many times have you landed on a 404 Error page and just left? The 404 Error page is indeed, an unattractive page. It tells you that you’ve reached a dead end: a page that doesn’t exist at all or anymore…But a well-designed 404 page could lead people back to you and what you offer.
Did you know that your About page is one of the most important pages on your entire website? In some ways, it’s even more important than your Home page. While your Home page is where people find out what you do and what you offer, the decision to buy from you is often made after reading your About page.
I recently completed the new website for the Badon Tennis Academy, located in Altadena, California. This site redesign was long overdue. I include a video in which I show the academy's initial state and then its transformation.
As a coach, or owner of a fitness or wellness studio, one of your main goals is to get more people to hire you for instruction or sign up for your classes. This is a hard task because you’re in a competitive industry, and you may not really like marketing yourself. But you have to do it. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make your website standout for you and work for you so that you can spend less time doing (boring) admin stuff and focusing more on what you love to do.
A few months ago, I redesigned the Spirit Out! website, the site of life, creative, spiritual, business coach Amy Egenberger. We had discussed working together for some time, and when Amy said she was ready to take the plunge, I was so excited!…I was pretty sure this collaboration was going to be fun and enlightening. I was right.