You know that sinking feeling: you’ve eagerly started to tinker with your website, but there is always one. more. thing. that needs to be added or edited or perfected.
Fellow reader, I am right there with you, because as a DIY’er, I’ve spun my wheels when it comes to making updates to my website content. I’ve sat on it so long that I know in my heart I’ve lost clients because my website simply does not address a problem nor does it offer a solution.
All that ends this winter when I dive into Ling Messer and Michelle Blais’ new course, Master Your Website Content. [affiliate]
Ling Messer is a full time wedding, portrait, and commercial photographer in Connecticut, and has been in business since 2013 since she left her long career in the dairy farming industry in Oregon. She now runs a six-figure wedding photography business, Trailing Twine Photography, with her team photographers, who travel all over New England photographing outdoorsy soulmates getting married on farm and barn venues.
Michelle Blais has worked as an in-house corporate graphic artist, on staff at advertising agencies and since 2000, has been operating her own small graphic and website design business. Michelle works with entrepreneurs and small business owners to create branding, marketing and websites with a clear message, engaging imagery and a professional design that easily connects with their customers and grows their business.
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Here are are few screenshots of the Master Your Website Content course:
A special offer – If you use my affiliate link above, Ling and Michelle have the following special offer for you –
Anyone who enrolls in the online course, Master Your Website Content, and learns about us through Tiffinbox, a free 1/2 hour coaching call for students, that they can use at any point in the course, valid through the entire year of 2021.
On December 17, 2020, you can register for a free webinar with Ling and Michelle. Learn the 3 mistakes to avoid a website meltdown!