Designing the Perfect Home Page for Your Wellness Business

Designing the Perfect Home Page for Your Wellness Business

Designing the Perfect Home Page for Your Wellness Business

Designing the perfect homepage for your wellness business can be tricky but once you have a clear understanding of the purpose that page serves on your website, it becomes much easier. Your website is like your online home and the homepage is like the foyer where you greet a new guest. You invite them in and give them the lay of the land to help them feel more comfortable and at ease and help them know where to find things.

In this episode, we’re going to walk you through our 10-point website homepage checklist so you can create a new homepage or improve on the one you already have.

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The overall purpose of your website homepage so you can maximize your visitor’s overall experience, (and keep them on your website longer)
  • Our 10-point homepage checklist and how to apply it to your website for better results
  • Why going through this exercise will be an eye-opening experience for you so you’ll be able to improve your website marketing message to attract more dream clients

If you’ve been wondering if your website homepage is set up to attract your ideal clients, you’ll want to tune in!

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Here is a breakdown of the 10-point home page checklist we cover:

Point #1: Navigation Bar

The navigation bar should be located at the top of your website homepage. At a minimum it should include a tab for the about me page, paid programs/services and a contact me form.

Point #2: Search Icon

The search icon should also be located at the top of your website. It gives your website visitors the ability to search for keyword and topics within your side that interest them.

Point #3: Marketing Statement

Your marketing statement is a simple one sentence structure that shares who you help, how you help, and the outcome or transformation that you offer. It’s structured like this –

I help ______________ get ______________ result using ___________ method.

A great example from one of our Wellness Business Accelerator students is:

Helping women lose weight and tackle menopausal symptoms with personalized intermittent fasting and self-care strategies.

Point #4: Your Picture

It’s important to include your picture at the top of your website because as a personal brand, you are truly selling yourself as much as you are selling the transformation that you offer. Your dream clients want to get to know you and by showing up at the top of your homepage you’ll start building a relationship and the know, like trust factor with them immediately.

Point #5: List Building Freebie

It’s important to add your email list-building freebie title near the top of your homepage as well. It should be visible on a desktop computer without needing to scroll down to find it, (which is called above the fold). You will capture the most emails from your website visitors in this location.

Point #6: Opt-In Box

The box for someone to add their email address should also be located above the fold (the top of the webpage before people have to scroll down to see and read more). I recommend either just one box to capture their email address or two boxes, one for their first name and one for their email. The more boxes you add beyond that will discourage your website visitors from downloading your freebie.

Point #7: Direction/Guidance Buttons

Direction and/or guidance buttons should be located near the middle of your homepage. Think of these like shortcuts to the places on your site you most want to take your visitor. Just create three or four graphics and then hyperlink that graphic to the desired page or location (see my home page for an example of this). 

Point #8: Testimonials

Since it’s likely that your website visitor will scan your homepage quickly, it’s nice to include two or three brief testimonials from past clients.

Point #9: Latest Blogs

If you are someone that publishes a blog through your website, it’s a good idea to add a summary of the last three blogs on your homepage (see my homepage for an example). The idea is that when your website visitor scans the page a few of your recent blogs will capture their attention and then they’ll stick around to read them.

Point #10: Social Media Links

One of the easiest ways to get new social media followers is to include links from your website homepage to your main social media profile and business pages. We recommend that you link only to the social media platforms that you are active on. If you aren’t posting consistently, don’t link to that platform.

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Should you Launch a Membership Program or a Course?

Should you Launch a Membership Program or a Course?

Should you Launch a Membership Program or a Course?

If you are trying to decide if you should launch a membership program or a course for your health coaching business, this episode is for you.

Back in February of this year, we launched our 12-week course for wellness business owners, called the Wellness Business Accelerator, and we previously ran it as a monthly membership program. This gives us unique insights to share because we have used both models.

We’ve received quite a few questions about why made the change, so we decided to share our process for making this decision. There is no right or wrong way to run your business, but after running our membership for over 2 years, pivoting to a course model made more sense for a few reasons. 

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • Why we decided to change our monthly membership to a 12-week course
  • The trends we were seeing from our members that got our attention and started us on the path to making this decision
  • 5 specific questions we asked ourselves before making our final decision to move forward so we felt confident we were making the right decision for our students

If you’ve wondered why we made this recent pivot from a membership to a course or you are trying to decide what’s right for you, tune in to get a behind-the-scenes look.

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How Carey’s Membership Program Generates Consistent Monthly Recurring Revenue

How Carey’s Membership Program Generates Consistent Monthly Recurring Revenue

Show Notes

In this episode, Karen and Kathleen welcome Carey Adam of Running Moms to discuss how she uses a membership site in her business. Carey’s monthly membership program consistently generates recurring income for her each month, and she loves this business model.

You’ll learn how Carey started her membership program from the ground up, get insights about how to organize this type of program and hear Carey’s advice for getting started.

You don’t have to create your membership content from scratch. For instance, Carey uses Kathleen’s Done-For-You Coaching Programs to help guide her own programs and content! Don’t let the technology aspect of running a monthly membership scare you away – it can be launched with very simple tools.

People love the community aspect of membership groups, and current members help to build that community further.  Stay present and on your client’s minds with consistent communication and content, while also letting the friendships in the community do some of the work for you!

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