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WEBSITE CRITIQUE: WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF OFFERS

How can you lay things out on your website when you have a lot of offers? It’s very common in the health & wellness world for experts to have multiple services or packages which is what inspired the topic for today’s Website Wednesday! So thank you to Victoria for submitting her website for review!

Although I’m focusing on experts in the health and wellness space today, the feedback and tips I offer can be applied to almost any industry! 

WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT OF OFFERS

Regardless of what I’m working on for a client, branding or a website, my main guidelines are as follows:

  1. Edit, Edit, Edit
  2. Simplify. Then simplify some more.
  3. Clarity always wins.

I know it may seem repetitive but this is especially important for people who have so much knowledge and expertise in their field such as Victoria. Throughout the review/critique I explain how to use these guidelines to effectively layout the content on a homepage. 

If you’re a health and wellness expert that has a physical location/ practice and you offer products and services this video will help you bring everything together on your website! I dive deeper into each aspect of the website building process in our DIY Website Program so if you’ve decided to create your own website without hiring a designer, we’ve got you covered! 

Thank you Victoria for submitting your website for review! Xoxo, -M

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HI! I’M MARISSA,

I’m a photographer and website strategist and I help entrepreneurs and small businesses show up online with strategy and confidence. We create modern and strategic websites so you can establish your online home, grow your personal brand and make more income. (and by “we” I my business parter/husband, Eddie and myself!) We’re so glad you’re here!
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