It’s no secret that a life coaching website is necessary for a coaching business. And if you want to build your coaching website quickly, I have a secret weapon to help you: Showit.
For my custom website clients, I typically set them up on WordPress, because I love the flexibility and I know how to code. But for our life coaching website templates, I like to use Showit.
Showit is a drag-and-drop website editor that gives you the ability to build your website with absolutely no code.
Inside this blog post you’ll learn:
✔️ Why Showit is the best website builder for life coaches, period.
✔️ How I build websites in Showit (video included!)
✔️ Four favorite website tips for life coaches, from me to you
Although WordPress is the best option for complex sites, it’s not exactly a simple process. Definitely worth it when you’re ready to upgrade and need more than a few basic pages, though.
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Until then, you’re best off starting with something you can build and manage on your own. Because there’s nothing more empowering than being in control of your tech.
Use Showit to Build Your Life Coaching Website
Showit is a drag-and-drop website editor that gives you the ability to build your coaching website with absolutely no code. Which means you don’t have to spend hours looking up the answers to your questions on Google or take a coding class in order to look professional. #win
It’s basically like using Canva or another design software to make your pages look great, and it literally couldn’t be easier. Check out this video I made to show you how it works (it’s only 30 seconds).
Looks pretty simple, right? I love it.
The other thing I’m obsessed over with Showit? Your blog is built using WordPress, which, in my opinion, is the only way to go on a blog. WordPress is the original blogging software (website snob, here), and it gets your content seen more.
If you’re still wondering if Showit is the right answer for you, I have some more awesome news to share: we’ve officially launched pre-built Showit website templates for life coaches!
That means you can build your life coaching website in a matter of days and walk away with a professionally designed online presence. Which is the best of both worlds.
And to celebrate our launch, I wanted to share a few tips with you.
Free Coaching Website Tips From Me to You
My goal is to make sure you end up with the best life coaching website possible for your business, whether you build it on Showit or not. That’s why I wanna give you the best advice on how to build your website I have to offer.
Things to Avoid
Recently I published a post on the 20 common coaching website mistakes to avoid, and it’s a great place to start in making sure you have everything you need on your site.
Your photos play a huge part in getting people to stick around on your site, and if you haven’t gotten around to a brand photoshoot yet, check out this post on stock photo memberships that’ll rock your brand style.
Launching your life coaching website is almost as important as building it. You have to use your website as a tool to get people coming back to you over and over again. Which means you need a plan for launch and sustainability.
Create Awesome Coaching Content
The design and build of your life coaching website is only half the equation. The other half is great copy. You need content that speaks to your clients in a way that draws them in. I’ve gotten you started with a guide on how to outline a blog post, and even better, when you purchase one of the Showit website templates we have to offer, it’ll come with a copywriting guide for every page of your site.
The Bottom Line
Showit is a beautiful option for building your website quickly. Imagine, you could have your site up and launched in a matter of weeks, instead of struggling for months to make it perfect on a platform that isn’t easy to use.
Definitely check it out as an option for your online home, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re ready to take it further with a custom website design.
Comment below and let us know what platform your website is built on?