I get that it’s hard to trust someone with something as close to your heart as your business is.
Especially when you feel so grey as to how to direct them so they can possibly understand your message…your brand.
You’re not creative.
You have no idea what your website should look like.
All you really know is how you feel about what you do, what you offer, what you’ve got going on.
I don’t see all those points as a strike against creating a site that sells you and that represents YOU. At all. So long as you know what your business looks like, how you want your potential clients to feel about it…that’s what we need.
Because that’s the heart and I so dig that. All I need is for you to tell me – NO SHAME – what you’d love your business to be. The why you started. It may not be there yet, that doesn’t matter. Build it and they will come? Ya, that. Click To Tweet
Don’t be intimated that you don’t have a clue about web design. You don’t have to. Just like I don’t need to be able to create your product or service. That’s what this whole deal is about.
Consider me a partner. In a total non-John-Wayne-kind-of-way.
I promise we’ll get there. I’ll ask you a million questions, some may make you uncomfortable, but we’ll get there.
wait…uncomfortable??! Forget it, I’m out!
Hold up. Uncomfortable almost always means growth and getting to where you want to be, so let's embrace it. Click To Tweet All I mean is that I’m going to ask you to really think about why you want a website. Things like this…
How do you want your potential client/customer to feel?
What voice are you using?
dry as shit? (<—we’re going to need to talk about that one)
Ok…so I’ll cut the awkward feel-y BS…just know that I get it. Starting is hard. Reaching out for help in your solo venture is hard.
I KNOW IT.
But what have you got to lose, let’s do this partner 🙂
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