Your home base is your platform.
It’s what people will tell their friends about. It’s where you’ll build your audience, and it’s the hub of everything you do.
It’s crucial to get right. Unfortunately, most people get it wrong, because they don’t know what is important and what is not.
In this module, we’ll dive into the core elements. You’ll discover that there’s not much you need on your website to succeed.
Click play on the video and enjoy!
So I’ve gotten a few people asking about why Wake Up Cloud is structured the way it is, so I thought I’d make a video to explain everything.
And one of the main confusions has been why I have a separate landing page for my newsletter, and why it’s hard to get there from my homepage.
All is explained in this video. Enjoy, and keep the questions coming.
My website is almost ready but I haven’t filled anything into my ‘services and programs’ page because I don’t quite know what my services will be and I haven’t created any programs yet! Am working on that. So, when you are first starting out, what can I put there? Just a little blurb about if you want to do coach with me, please contact me at… etc. It seems so empty…
I would first think about what you would coach people on. For example, if your case, I know you work with people going through major life change and stressful times.
So that’s what your coaching would be about. For others reading this, if you don’t know what your coaching is about, try to guess what you would like to coach about.
Note: This was originally a blog post over at WakeUpCloud.com. I thought I’d add it here for easier access.
Are you thinking about learning how to start a blog?
A splendid idea.
Creating a blog has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. It has changed my life.
I started this blog in late 2009. It has since grown to around 60,000 visitors per month and over 10,000 subscribers.
So what you’re about to read comes straight from personal experience.
In this guide you’ll discover what has worked for me, and what hasn’t. I’ll also share the tools I use and recommend.
There are basically two options that I recommend for anyone starting out:
1. A self-hosted account
2. Managed hosting
I’ll go through both in this short lesson and show you how to sign-up to them (and which plan to choose).
Installing WordPress may seem like a lot of work, but it isn’t.
In this short tutorial you’ll discover how to set-up your WordPress blog in 5 minutes or less.
So you’ve got your hosting account and WordPress installed.
Your next step is to get a good looking theme.
Now, I recommend you go with StudioPress and the Genesis Framework, because they constantly update their themes, have amazing support, and great looking designs.