It’s been a while, but I’m bringing back my always popular, nearly FAMOUS, zip-zilch-ZERO COST WordPress training call!
So…read on if you’re ready to end your website angst once and for all.
Or, maybe you don’t even have a website or blog yet, and as every day goes by without one, you know you are wasting valuable time you could be using to market yourself and your business.
That’s why I’ve brought back this UPDATED for 2012 special HIGH-CONTENT training call…
…to share with you some of my top tips, strategies and information on how the WordPress web platform can save you time, money and frustration…so you can concentrate on what you do best–-running your business!
You’ll want to join me on this complimentary webcast where I reveal exactly how you can have this simple, zero-cost platform working for you–in no time.
“Wild About WordPress: 7 Reasons Why it’s Now Super Simple to Create Your Own Customer and Client-Attracting Website–FAST, Without HEADACHES, and for FREE!”
with Christine Gallagher
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 8pm Eastern
Learn more and book your spot now
I created a quick video for you about it too, just click on the image below to watch it!
I’m not going to be just sharing fluff or theory–-I’ve been using WordPress myself for over four years, have created countless sites using it and have taught many others who now have their own business sites and blogs working for them online as well.
On this special no-cost call, I will be digging out my best tips for YOU–-the small business owner or solopreneur-–on how to get maximum results in the least amount of time using this powerful tool.
During this call, I will be sharing:
* Why you don’t have to be a techie (really!) to get your site up and running in less than a day
* The one very important thing you want to be sure to look for when choosing a webhost for your WordPress site
* Why WordPress isn’t just for blogs–-and how you can easily set it up as a full-blown, simple-to-use website
* What WordPress has-–right out-of-the-box-–that means you won’t have to hire an expensive SEO firm to get your site to rank in the search engines
* Why customizing your site is a lot easier (and more fun!) than you probably think
* Why answers to (even your toughest) WordPress questions are always just a click away
* Exciting new details about the upcoming UPDATED FOR 2012 course “Website Without Worry: Step-by-Step Strategies to Using WordPress, the Number One FREE Web Platform to Gain Clients and Customers FAST”
Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just getting your business up and running, you won’t want to miss this enlightening call.
Monday night was graduation for the students in my WEDC entrepreneurial training course. For 15 weeks I’ve been helping them fine tune their ideas and prepare their business plans.
On the very first night of class, I use a road sign with a heart in the middle of it to describe how designing and launching a business is a lot like taking a road trip.
Because everyone’s business journey begins with an idea—a passion, symbolized by the heart in the middle of the sign. During the 15 weeks, we work on molding that idea into a fulfilling, profitable enterprise. We soul-search to make sure that we will love that idea for the long haul. We crunch numbers to make sure that the idea will be a money-maker, and I tell my students to imagine a dollar sign in the center of that heart. We do market research to guarantee that potential clients and customers will love that idea too. And we spend 15 weeks flushing out goals for the business and figuring out where we’d like to be in 1 month, 6 months, 1 year, and beyond.
Have you done a business plan? The most successful mompreneurs are those who take the time to write a mission statement, and flush out marketing, operational and income goals for their ventures. You don’t have to write a book. You just have to get started. As Nike says, Just. Do. It.
At the beginning, most of my students are terrified of the idea of writing a business plan. But by the end of our program, they have detailed ones in hand. Not only that, they have the confidence and courage to move forward, because they’ve done the research and know what it will take to be profitable.
Don’t try to “wing” your business. A business plan will guide you through your entrepreneurial journey. And once you’ve written it, check that business plan often to make sure you don’t want to switch course. As I told my graduating class on Monday night, it’s just as important to pull off the road sometimes, and check that map to make sure the destination is still where you want to be. Keep listening to your heart to make sure you really are doing what you love, and that what you love can bring in the cash you need.
Congratulations to my WEDC class and to my mompreneur friends everywhere!