7 Essential Reasons Why You Need a Website (even if Facebook is free)

7 Essential Reasons Why You Need a Website (even if Facebook is free)

You need a website. Plain and simple. A lot of businesses (myself included!) have fallen into the social media trap and think that an Instagram account or Facebook fan page is enough…

In this post, I’ll share 7 essential reasons why you need a website. 

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Let’s go back to 2014 when I was new to taking my fitness business seriously and was working like a crazy lady.

I was 100% focused on building my Facebook fan page. I spent money on ads, spent a ton of time creating helpful content and integrating with my fans. I built my Facebook fan page to over 50,000 fans…then jumped into Instagram.

I was able to build my Instagram account to over 20,000 followers.

Everything was great and it was easy peasy to build a business on those platforms.

THEN the algorithm changed and I had to do something else.

Why You Need a Website Reason #1: Algorithm changes

Building your business on social media platforms is like building your business on shifting sand.

You need a solid foundation to work upon, and you need a website.

Tons of bloggers felt the great Facebook algorithm change a few years back, and it hasn’t gotten any easier since then. At any point, the platform you’re using could change it’s algorithm, making it nearly impossible for your fans to see your content (unless you want to spend a ton of money on ads).

Think of your website as your foundation. It’s the one thing you can control..which brings us to point #2.

Why You Need a Website Reason #2: You own it

You don’t own any of the social media platforms, but you do own your website. Facebook or Instagram could shut down your account without warning, or put you in Facebook jail (happened to me lol). Then you’re stuck.

You need a website because you it’s yours. No one can take it away from you (or put you in jail lol).

Why You Need a Website Reason #3: You control the experience

With Facebook, you’re kind of stuck with how Zuckerberg runs the platform, and if you don’t like it, too bad.

With your website, you have 100% control over how your website looks and what the user experience is like.

You can show off your style and personality (which is so much fun). You get to give potential clients an idea of you and what your biz is all about without them actually having to buy something from you.

You don’t own any of the social media platforms, but you do own your website. Facebook or Instagram could shut down your account without warning, or put you in Facebook jail (happened to me lol). Then you’re stuck.

You need a website because it’s yours. No one can take it away from you (or put you in jail lol).

Why You Need a Website Reason #4: Get them into your funnel

Your website is how you can get someone into your sales funnel.

What’s a sales funnel?

Imagine an actual funnel, where at the top of the funnel, something is poured inside and it filters down to a finite destination.

The exact same thing happens in sales. At the top of the funnel, lots of visitors may arrive and enter your funnel, but not all may end up at the final destination (becoming a paid customer).

Ryan Deiss, co-founder of Digital Marketer, describes the sales funnel as a multi-step, multi-modality process that moves prospective browsers into buyers.

What I teach is to bring people into your funnel via Pinterest and knock their socks off with great content.

From there, you can create a relevant freebie, which will get the prospective customer onto your email list, where you can market your products and services.

Could you potentially do this with a Facebook page? Yes…but most likely you’d need to pay for ads.

Why You Need a Website Reason #5: Facebook ads/tracking pixel

Speaking of ads, they can be an insanely powerful way to grow your business (if you know what you’re doing).

One of the best ways to do Facebook ads is to target audiences who’ve visited your website.

You could potentially target people who’ve visited your sales page (but not your thank you page) and target with your product.

Or you could create an ad targeting people who’ve read a blog post and show them an ad for a relevant freebie to get them on your email list.

There are a ton of possibilities, but in order to do this, you need a website to put a little piece of code called a Facebook tracking pixel.

Why You Need a Website Reason #6 Organic Traffic (Free Leads!)

Facebook has essentially become a platform where you need to pay to play. If you implement the strategies I teach with Pinterest, you can have a website that is getting thousands of visitors every single month for freeeee.

Who doesn’t want free leads?

If you’re brand new to Pinterest marketing, I’ve got a bazillion posts to help you, and you should def register for my next free Pinterest master class.

You can also generate free leads to your website via SEO (search engine optimization).

SEO can take some time to work, but once it does, you can get tons of traffic from Google for free #score

You need a website so you can create epic content that ranks on Google (and Pinterest).

Why You Need a Website Reason #7: Credibility

Your website is your digital storefront.

I don’t know about you, but if I’m looking for a service (like getting my nails done) and the business doesn’t have a website, I’m likely to go somewhere else.

Your website is your home where people can expect to find contact info, reviews, a list of products, pricing, and more.

A standard Facebook page doesn’t give a good enough idea of what the company is all about or detailed info on products or services.

Conclusion:

Facebook fan pages are great, but if you want a thriving business, you need a website.

Facebook can be a place where you build a relationship with your audience (specifically Facebook groups, because as stated above, pages don’t get great organic traffic).

Your website should be your home base. It’s where the party happens.

Your website is where you have 100% control over the look and feel, you can get prospective clients into your sales funnel, have greater credibility, have the ability to run retargeting ads on Facebook, and generate free traffic.

Did you enjoy this post? Leave me a comment below with something you learned (or another topic you’d love me to cover) and be sure to grab my free cheat sheet to get more leads with Pinterest!

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6 Essential Strategies to Optimize your Blog for Pinterest Traffic

6 Essential Strategies to Optimize your Blog for Pinterest Traffic

Want to learn how to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic? You’re in the right place!

While other social media sites like Facebook and Instagram are seeing a decreased amount of traffic, Pinterest traffic is up!

Increasing your traffic via Pinterest can be a beautiful thing if your blog is optimized for that Pinterest traffic. Otherwise, it’s essentially a wasted opportunity!

I don’t want you to miss out on the amazingness that happens when you have Pinterest traffic and an optimized blog, so let’s jump into my 6 tips.

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How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 1: Write as if you’re speaking to a stranger

Pretend like for each blog post you’re writing, you’re speaking to a stranger who has no clue who you are. Share that you have more resources to help them besides the original blog post.

I like to do this within the intro of each blog post (did you see what I did above?)

I share some other resources that I know my ideal client will find helpful so that when they’re done with the blog post, they’ll want to stick around on my blog instead of going back to Pinterest.

How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 2: Include a place to opt-in on your blog.

This is huuuuuge!! You don’t want Pinterest traffic to come to your blog then run back to Pinterest. You want them to subscribe to your email list so you can capture that lead and build the relationship with them.

There are several places that you should include opt-ins on your blog. I suggest within the blog post itself, a popup on the blog, in the author footer of the post, and a sidebar widget.

So many bloggers have a little ‘subscribe to my blog’ at the bottom of the page and that isn’t gonna cut it. You want that opt-in to be front and center and it’s crystal clear what it is you want them to do.

Speaking of opt-ins, you want to offer something juicy that relates to the content you have on your blog. It should be a no-brainer for the people who come to opt-in.

If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to creating an opt-in (otherwise known as a freebie or lead magnet), this worksheet is the perfect place to start.

Here you can see I have an opt-in directly in my header so if someone lands on my website, they know I have something to offer them.

This is a pop-up that I have on my website, so anyone who lands on my site will see this. You can use LeadPages or ClickFunnels for a pop-up. I go into this in more detail in this free workbook. 

This is an example call to action within a blog post that tells people what their next steps are.

This is another call to action that I put within every author footer in every blog post.

How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 3: Make sure that your blog has a clear and consistent theme/message.

I want you to image two scenarios with me here, so you can understand the importance of having a clear theme/message for your blog.

Scenario 1: Pinner comes to blog A via a pin about eating high fat low carb. The blog post is super helpful, but when the pinner starts to look around the blog, she sees allll different kinds of posts like about the blogger’s last vaca, their makeup routine, and more. The pinner, feeling a bit disappointed because they wanted more from the blogger, goes back to Pinterest.


Scenario 2: Pinner comes to blog B via a pin about eating high fat low carb. The blog post is super helpful, and when the pinner starts to look around the blog, she sees tons of more resources to help her eat high fat low carb. Then she even sees a freebie for a high-fat low carb meal plan. She’s thinking, “Woah! This is exactly what I was looking for!” and she sticks around the blog, opt-in for the freebie, and even looks to see how else she can learn/work with this person.

Do you see the difference here?

There is power in having a clearly defined message. If your blog is currently all over the place, I suggest checking your google analytics to see what blog posts have resonated the most with your audience, and create more of those. See how you can narrow down your topic even more so that when someone comes from Pinterest, they’ll want to stick around.

How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 4: Make sure each blog post has a clear call to action for the reader to take (opt-in).

We talked about having an opt-in and where to put the opt-in, but is it super clear that the blog post has a specific call to action for the reader to opt-in?

People need you to actually tell them what to do, so make sure to reference your freebie in the post and tell them what’s in it for them.

How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 5: Create Killer Content.

Your content needs to be the kind of content that is incredibly helpful for your Pinterest traffic.

Make sure your blog posts are thorough and leave your Pinterest traffic wanting to learn more from you and see what else it is you have to offer.

This post about Creating Killer Content is going to teach you how to do just that.

How to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic Step 6: Format your blog correctly

The last and final step to optimize your blog for Pinterest traffic is to make sure your blog posts are easy to read. The kinds that perform best on Pinterest are list formats.

Remember that people are scrolling and not necessarily reading every single word. Make it easy for them by writing with small paragraphs and including sub headlines within the blog post to break up the content a bit.

See how I did that in this one?

Alright! Let’s wrap this bad boy up.

Pinterest traffic is amazing, if and only if your blog is ready for that traffic. There are some very specific tasks that you need to take so that your Pinterest traffic turns into a raving fan.

Question of the day: Have you followed any of these steps yet? Which one will you implement first?

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How to do Market Research: The Most Overlooked Secret to Creating a Profitable Online Course or Product

How to do Market Research: The Most Overlooked Secret to Creating a Profitable Online Course or Product

Do you want to learn how to sell out your programs and courses? One of my top secrets to creating courses that sell is market research! In this post, I’ll teach you how to do market research in your biz!

If you’re brand spanking new to my blog, welcome! I’ve got tons of resources to help take your biz to the next level so grab a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine, no judgment?) and get comfy ?

How to do Market Research:

I’m going to sum up this blog post in one sentence, then I’ll break it down for you so you can understand my process.

I ask my audience what they want, then I give it to them.

Let’s talk about it.

Which do you think is better?

  1. An offer that you ASSUMED your target market needs?
  2. Or an offer that you KNOW your target market needs?

It’s a no-brainer, right?!

I sold out my first eBook (Keto(ish): The Simplified Guide to Eating High Fat Low Carb) because I polled my audience and asked them questions every step of the way!

My online course, Pin with Purpose sells crazy well because I talked to my audience and knew what they needed before I ever created the program!

Essentially, I polled my audience throughout the entire process.

The first step I took in creating my eBook (which is the most important):

I asked them if they would even want a guide on how to eat high fat low carb.

Why waste time creating a book or course that no one buys?!

I shared a lot of my health journey on my fitness blog and social media accounts, and it was my blog posts specifically about eating keto that got the most attention. I simply asked my audience if they would want me to dive a bit deeper into that topic and include more how-to information in the guide.

They said heck yes!

So many people skip this step! They assume that they know what their audience wants!

Don’t ever assume—ask!

After I asked if they wanted it, I asked what they wanted me to include in it.

I wrote up a general outline of the eBook and showed them what I was going to write about, then asked again if they thought I was missing anything or what else they would like to see inside.

I then polled my audience on the cover design. I asked them which design they liked best and then took their feedback to make it better.

I also asked on social media if a few members of my audience would edit the eBook for me and they would get a copy for free.

My audience literally helped me create the eBook from start to finish, so that when it was time to sell it, they jumped on it. Literally. They crashed my site! That’s a quality problem ?

I spent so much time seeding the launch, getting them excited about it, showing them exactly what was inside, and asking for their feedback (and then applying it), which is why it was so successful.

I’ve applied the exact same strategies to my new business and have had similar results with new program launches.

The main principle with everything that I do in my business, is: I ask my audience what they need then I give it to them.

Simple, right?

Here’s my 3-step target market research method that you can follow right away to understand your clients the right way and create an offer that sells out!

How To Do Market Research Step 1: The What

First, we will define the objective of the market research. What questions/confusions are you specifically looking to solve through this research? This will help you ask the most relevant questions.

I typically ask questions like:

  • What are your current goals?
  • Why is this important to you?
  • What’s holding you back from achieving them/what are you struggling with right now?
  • Questions specific to the program I’m coming out with (ie: How are you currently using social media for your business? Have you ever thought about Pinterest? If not, why not?)

How To Do Market Research Step 2: The How

Now you are going to develop your research plan. How are you going to conduct this research? 1:1 interviews? In-person coffee chats? An online survey? Testing?

When I was first starting this business I simply asked any and all female entrepreneurs I knew if they would jump on Skype with me for a 15 min interview. I was surprised how many people said yes!

Here are some ways that you can do market research today:

  • Create a poll in your Facebook community (if you have one) and ask what kind of content they would like to see from you!
  • Include questions for people to answer when they join your Facebook community
  • See if you can jump on the phone with some of your potential clients and see what they’re struggling with and if they would be interested in your idea. I ended up booking quite a few clients just from these interviews!

How To Do Market Research Step 3: Collection & Analysis

Then, I take some time to go through the data, see what trends emerge, and change my marketing strategy accordingly.

When I was getting ready to launch The Lead Generation Lab, I created a survey that I sent out to my audience. One of the questions was about their goals…and I was blown away that I saw over and over again that my people wanted to learn how to make $5,000 per month with their online business.

I had no idea this was their big goal. When I saw that, you better believe I changed the messaging on my sales copy and within the launch!!

To stay organized, I use Trello and have an entire board titled Market Research where I literally copy and paste my audience’s answers so I can refer back to it at any time.

Alright, let’s sum this bad boy up.

You’ve gotta ask your audience questions…often! Find out what their struggles are, then offer them a solution.

I am always doing market research!

Recommended reading: Ask by Ryan Levesque

 

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Have you been doing market research before or is this concept brand spanking new to you? Which method will you implement today? Take action!

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Top Secrets to Monetize Your Blog: How to Consistently Make $5,000/Month

Top Secrets to Monetize Your Blog: How to Consistently Make $5,000/Month

*This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link on this blog. I would never recommend a product I don’t use or love myself!

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Is it possible to earn a living from your blog? Heck to the YES it is. I haven’t published income reports… yet (is that something you’d like to see?) but let’s just say I earn an awesome living from my blog and I LOVE being able to do this as a job.

I recently did a survey of the rockstars in the She’s Making an Impact community, and I saw over and over again that people wanted to earn $5,000 per month. $5,000 seemed to be the magic number that everyone wants to hit.

It’s a pretty big milestone! It’s essentially a full-time income–sweet!!

Now, how do you monetize your blog? It’s probably not what you think…

I made money from 10 different sources this month so far, and NONE of that is from ads on my blog.

Surprised?

I am a firm believer that I want people to either stay on my blog or sign up for my email list. I work hard to create quality content every week and I don’t want to send the traffic I earn from that content off to somewhere else on the internet!

Makes sense? I don’t do ads for a purpose!!

Alright, here are some of the top ways that I monetize, and I’m sure there are many more =) This is just what I do!

How to Monetize Your Blog #1: Online Courses

One of the top ways I monetize my blog is with my online courses and/or workshops, like Pin with Purpose, Creating Killer Content, and my Repurposing Content Workshop.

I could do an entire course on how to create an online course lol, but let’s just start with some of the basic things you should know before you create a course.

Grab a pen and a paper and answer the following…

What is your area of expertise? What do people ask you about often? How do you want to serve others and make an impact? What is your zone of genius?

Did you come up with some ideas?

Now, it’s super important to actually talk to your ideal clients to see if this is something they need or want. Market research is crucial as a biz owner, so reach out to 5-10 people who are your ideal clients and just ask if you can interview them! Ask them what they’re struggling with, what their goals are, etc.

After you’ve done your market research, you know a problem that you can solve AND you know that there is an audience of people who are ready for your help, I suggest you pre-sell your course.

I don’t believe in creating a course and hoping someone will buy. In the past, I’ve pre-sold my courses and then create it with my students. That way, I can tweak my teaching as I go (if it’s wayyyy over their heads I can make it easier), and create exactly what they need!

Plus, I’m not wasting time creating a course that no one buys.

How to Monetize Your Blog #2: Private or Group Coaching

I wasn’t actually offering 1 on 1 coaching on my blog at the time but was approached by several women who saw what I was doing and wanted me to teach them how. I absolutely LOVE 1 on 1 coaching because I really get to dive deep into someone’s business, hold their hand and show them the ropes. 

Before you offer coaching, answer the following: 

Do you have a specialty that you know you can help others with? 

What skills do you have that you could teach others?

What are you qualified to teach?

Do you love working with people one on one?

Or do you love working with others in a group setting?

I love both, honestly! But as my time has gotten more valuable, I’ve decided to offer very few 1 on 1 spots, and am opening up a group coaching program, where I can still give people my personal feedback and teach them, but without it taking up quite as much of my time.

How to Monetize Your Blog #3: Network Marketing

I started my entrepreneurial journey in network marketing. Say what?! I am so grateful for the experiences and growth I went through with my company and have no doubt that I wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for starting with them.

One of the best things about network marketing? Residual income. I literally haven’t touched my network marketing business in over 6 months and am still earning thousands of dollars per month! #insane

Now, I know it’s def not for everyone, but I think it’s a great way to diversify your income and get an amazing introductory education to entrepreneurship!   

When picking a company, be sure that it has a proven track record. ‘Ground floor opportunities’ may seem exciting, but those companies rarely last long term. Also, be sure that you love the products and actually use them.

With my company, I was first a customer turned into a raving fan and became a distributor for the discount. I don’t think I could’ve had success with just any company, it really had to be this one because I was so passionate about the products.

How to Monetize Your Blog #4: eBook Sales

I was NOT expecting my eBook to take off like it has!! I literally made $1,000 the day it launched…and it crashed my site!! I had so many people wanting to buy they were messaging me like crazy lol!

I continue to sell that eBook daily (from Pinterest!) even though I haven’t promoted it at ALL!!

Now, I use the exact same strategies that I discussed above about creating a course when it came to creating my eBook. My eBook was so popular because I polled my audience and asked them what they wanted to see inside, then I gave it to them!

The book Ask, by Ryan Levesque will teach you how to do this. Don’t neglect the power of the ask =)

Some of the ways I used Ryan’s methods was: I shared the topics I was thinking about including, then asked them what else they wanted to see. I had my audience choose my book cover and I selected a few of them to edit it for me. I sent surveys to my audience to ask them what they needed to learn about the topic and what else they needed help with.

They were truly invested in the experience, which is why I think it was so successful.

How to Monetize Your Blog #5: Affiliate Sales

You can sign up to become an affiliate with just about anything these days! What if you wrote an in-depth blog post about a software you use and include an affiliate link within the post?

Or if you did a video series about a product you love, and again, include the affiliate link!

Or, when you sold a course, you included the affiliate links for anything you used within the course?

Pat Flynn, from Smart Passive Income (I love his podcast!), has tons of strategies to help you get started with affiliate marketing.

Here’s my take on affiliate marketing: If I’m already using and loving the product and I was going to recommend it anyway, I’m gonna sign up to be an affiliate! I will never recommend something that I’ve never used before or don’t love.

As a business owner, having trust with your audience is so important, so be sure if you’re going to do affiliate marketing, you only do so with stuff you use and love, and also, be sure to disclose your affiliate links according to the FTC regulations.

Some of the programs that I’m an affiliate for include:

Pinterest Scheduling Tools

Tailwind *
Board Booster *

Hosting & Plugins

Social Warfare (social sharing plugin)*
Divi Theme (WordPress theme)*
Bluehost (hosting)*

List Building

Lead Pages (create opt-in forms and boxes)*
ClickFunnels (create opt-in forms and boxes, more customization)*
ActiveCampaign*

Graphics

Creative Market (stock photos)*

 

These are ALL programs that I was already using and recommending to others, so I checked to see if they had an affiliate program, and they did (woot!).

Whew! That was a lot of info…but I hope you can start to see the possibilities here!! What if you just made $1,000 per month from each category? That’s $5,000 per month!! 

Which one sounds most appealing to you right now? Pick one and run with it! Just START!! You got this!

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Free 5 Day Lead Generation Challenge!

Free 5 Day Lead Generation Challenge!

I’m hosting a free 5-day challenge alllll about how to generate new leads into your biz (on autopilot) and you’re invited!! The challenge starts on Feb 19th!

Over the 5 days, you’ll learn some of my top strategies that have generated hundreds of new leads every week!!

You will learn:
  • Focus: How to become the ‘go-to’ person in your niche and attract your dream clients
  • Goal setting (hint: you’ve been doing it wrong!)
  • The Power of the Ask: How to create programs that will leave you booked out solid!
  •  …..and a lot more!

You’ll get to chat with me LIVE every day during the challenge and ask me anything (i’m an open book!)

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Live Workshop: How To Exponentially Grow Your Social Media Following, Increase Income, And Work Smarter (Not Harder) By Repurposing Content

Live Workshop: How To Exponentially Grow Your Social Media Following, Increase Income, And Work Smarter (Not Harder) By Repurposing Content

I was 23 when I started my first online business. I was in grad school getting my Master’s in Social Work and was absolutely clueless and totally naive at what it actually took to build an actual following and make my biz my ‘real job’.

I stumbled….for a long freaking time.

A few years of dabbling turned into desperation—with a new baby, no job, and negative $400 in our bank account, I knew I had to figure this whole ‘online space’ out.

So I invested in training courses (a lot of them), I was an incredible student, and I showed up every.freaking.day.

Within a year of being consistent online, I turned my part time gig into an $80,000/year biz, then $100,000 the next year.

I tried new things, I developed a ‘tribe’ of loyal followers, and when I launched a new program, I literally had so much interest that I crashed my website!

Yup, I was def on to something.

One of the strategies that I focused on was repurposing content, so I could show up in more places online.

This allowed me to expand my reach to literally hundreds of thousands of people and work smarter, not harder.

After getting so many questions on how the heck I do this, I decided to host a live workshop where I’ll reveal my entire system on how I repurpose content so YOU don’t have to stumble and fail as much as I did.

On this live workshop, I’m going to teach you my exact step by step process to repurpose your content so you can reach more people while doing less!

I’ll be selling the recording of this training for $97, but YOU get to join me LIVE for just $27, and you’ll get to ask me any questions at the end!

Of course, I want you to be on live, but even if the date doesn’t fit your schedule, you can still sign up, submit your questions and I’ll answer them for you! And you’ll get lifetime access to the recording!

Important: The first 5 people who sign up are going to get a private follow up call with me to review your content and answer any questions you have!

I’m so freaking pumped to share this content with you—so get your booty registered and I’ll see you live on the workshop!

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