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What a pleasure it was being on Allison’s podcast as a guest again. We spoke about “How to Create a Simple, but Click-Worthy Website”.
Today we’re chatting about simple, but click-worthy websites.
We dive into the nitty gritty of which website platforms are the best, easy-to-implement Elementor templates, and how your logo and brand colors make an impact.
We’ll also get into your website navigation bar and what mistakes you might be making. Then we discuss what it takes to keep people coming back to your website.
I’m joined by my amazing and fun friend, Julie Butler. Her mission is to help female entrepreneurs build and grow their business and achieve a level of success that goes above and beyond by creating irresistible, high converting brands that let them connect with their dream clients.
Grab your favorite drink, pen and paper, because today’s episode is filled with juicy little nuggets you’ll need to keep people on your website and keep them coming back for more.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
- the ease of WordPress Elementor templates
- what to consider when comparing WordPress, ShowIt and Squarespace
- easy plug-ins for building and creating pages
- the importance factor of logos and brand colors
- why you should focus on a “clean and simple” website
- must-have content on your website
- which pages on your website are important
Prefer video? Watch here:
Excerpt from the episode:
Allison: How important is the logo and brand colors on your website? Do they need to be everywhere? Do you put them in certain places?
Julie: Let me reiterate this: don’t overthink it. First of all, don’t spend too much time on it. Go with your intuition. You can find logos on Creative Market or Etsy for really reasonable prices.
If you are creative, you can create your own logo in Canva.
Canva also has logo templates you can tweak with your company name or your personal name. Remember, it’s not permanent. If you change your mind in six months from now, just change it.
We’re not Nike or Lululemon. We spend so much time thinking that our logo is so important and it has to be perfect, but it doesn’t because what matters the most is you.
You matter, people buy you, they don’t buy what you do.
Yes, create a logo. If it’s not a 10, it doesn’t matter. Get it to a likable place. We can spend so much time in creation mode because sometimes that’s fun, but it keeps us from doing the hard stuff like selling!
How to keep people on your website! Listen to the entire episode here: Look for Episode 177
PS. Here are more graphics for you to save to Pinterest! 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻