Coach Builder Part 4—Building a Coaching Website That Keeps Your Client Pipeline Full
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Pre-order Coach Builder, Donald Miller's new book, at and get an 8-step plan to become a self-employed business coach so you can make great money doing something you love every single day.   --   Your coaching website is the first thing people see about you, so it needs to make a good impression fast. But more importantly, it needs to be all about the people you want to help. This means when they visit your site, they should feel like you’re talking right to them. It should clearly explain that you understand their problems and have the perfect way to help solve them. But most coaches are getting this wrong. So how do you create a website that makes it easy for potential clients to see why they should choose you as a coach?   In the 4th episode of our Coach Builder limited series, host Donald Miller and producer Bobby Richards, show you how to design a coaching website that helps you land more clients and increase your revenue. Don also teaches you the common pitfalls to avoid in your website design and messaging, as well as what needs to be included for your website to resonate with potential clients. Tune in and learn how to leverage your website as a powerful tool for building relationships and growing a successful coaching business.   To get the BONUS Coach Websites That Work PDF Don called out in this episode, go to
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