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Are you as awesome online as you are in real life?

 

 Because if you’re not, then I’m sorry to say that you’re giving away business to someone else. People buy people. Even when it comes to buying products, people are more likely to buy from someone they can relate to, someone they like. And when you’re providing a service, it’s even more important. I can help you create content that will appeal to the people you want to work with. Content that will engage with them. Content that will inspire them to choose you. And if you’re thinking that you don’t really need much on your website because you go out networking, what do you think the people you meet in real life are doing a few days after they’ve met you? They’re on your website, trying to remember who you are, and why they have your business card. And even if they remember you, what are they going to find on your website? Lots of reasons to buy what you sell, or recommend you to someone else? A true representation of your sparkling personality and professional expertise? Or a sparse placeholder that tells them nothing about you, or what you really do?

 

If you want to be as awesome online as you are in real life, click this link and let’s get started! 

 

Sam x

 

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