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Do you struggle with writing website copy? Does the thought of updating the content on your home page, about page, services and more send you into a tailspin of dreaded misery?
Girl boss, we’ve been there. We know that writing great website copy doesn’t come naturally to everyone. It can feel like you’ll never land your first client or sell your first product because you struggle so much with the copy on your website.
After years of running a business and learning from copywriting experts, we’ve learned a few tips on how anyone can learn to write better website copy.
We know that everyone can’t hire a copywriter when they’re just starting out so we wanted to share the 7 dos and don’t of DIYing your website copy.
Do you have trouble figuring out what your audience wants to read about? We all know that we should be sharing content that our audience wants to learn from, but how do you exactly figure out what that is?
Whether you’re a seasoned business owner or you’re just getting started, we have tips for you so you can be confident you’re sharing content that will be a smash hit with the audience you’re trying to attract.
We’re also sharing our own experience figuring out what our audience wants to read. Our process has changed throughout the years, so you’ll definitely want to give it a read!
Analysis paralysis. That is the number 1 thing that holds most entrepreneurs back from succeeding.
You may be shocked by this answer, but it’s true. Decision making is a huge part of being an entrepreneur and with so many decisions to be made, it can cause major stress and anxiety in your life, leading you to never make a decision.
Analysis paralysis hits all entrepreneurs at some point but you don’t have to continue living your life terrified of making mistakes.
Today we share more about analysis paralysis and how you can combat it.
We’re spending this month slowing down, reviewing the past year, and dreaming up what we want 2018 to look like. It’s important to set aside time to reflect on your business and review your year.
It’s so easy to fall into the trap of always creating, moving, growing but after months have passed you realize you’ve gone down a path you don’t want to walk down.
We don’t want that to happen to you so we decided to share a little brainstorming exercise with you.
We wanted to share how to review your year and how to plan for the next year so we can all make 2018 the best year yet!
Guest post by Jessie Deschane
It’s Friday, finally (as I write this…)! I’m usually up at 5:30 am, then hop on the train to the gym while checking in on my full-time social media job to make sure nothing blew up in the few hours I was asleep.
Once I get into work at 8, I get to work until lunch, then jump into a breakout room with my Tupperware and start writing up a blog post for a client and schedule some social for my own blog. Oops, now lunch is done, back to the full-time job!
Train home at 4:30 pm, take a quick break on the couch and play with the puppy … and then pull out the computer to work on my own brand and social media management/virtual assistance biz for real.