23 Feb Do you really need a website & branding when you’re first starting out?
Are you just starting out in your business and feel confused and buried by all the “How to’s” and information coming at you from every direction?
Everyone seems to have an opinion – and just because someone chooses to grow their business one way, doesn’t mean it’s the easier way or that it’s the right way for you.
In this video, I address this popular topic head on. It’s something that occasionally crops up on social media.
Do you realllllly need a website and branding when you’re first starting out?
When I see the poor advice given out there to startup entrepreneurs – it surprises me!Yes, we are lucky to be living in a time where we have options and there are many ways to build our business, but this isn’t one of them.
This video may rub a lot of people the wrong way, but I have to be real and voice the truth.
I’ve been in this industry a looong time, and I’ve worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs to know what the real reason is that people resist building a website, and I’m not gonna do you any disservice by sugar coating it.
Be sure to watch the video right to the end to hear the real reason!
I hope this message will shed some light on the topic and inspire you to make any necessary changes to your online business.
If you’d like more support with developing your brand + website, head on over to my You + Me page to book a brand strategy session with me.
And… once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to know:
In the past or currently, what’s been your biggest resistance with creating a website?
Leave a comment below with your answers.
And – remember:
Get yourself seen + heard by finding ways to amplify your “know, trust, and like” factor!
Lastly, if you’re a startup, currently without a website, I’d be happy to give you a free consult to help you take your next step in the right direction.
If you know a client, friend or colleague who could use a little help with branding who they are and what they do, please forward this email them – they’ll appreciate you for it.