Do you NEED website or don’t you?
That is the question.
Usually the first action an entrepreneur takes right after an idea pops into their mind is to head over to Go Daddy (or wherever) to purchase a domain name for the idea. (Am I right???)
Whether that idea is a product, service, program, book, podcast or business–we have been trained very well that whatever it is we NEED to have a website for it.
Some of us have so many domain names stacked up we don’t even know what to do with them.
And even though purchasing a domain name is second nature for most entrepreneurs, building a website isn’t.
Understandably so, because of the technical skills involved with it and all.
Not to mention there are business coaches out here who’re STILL advising their clients that they don’t need a website to get their online business started.
And I couldn’t disagree more.
I don’t this this is debatable. A website is one of the BASIC assets you need as an entrepreneur.
Websites automatically make you more credible and trustworthy online.
If you call yourself an expert in your niche (and I hope you do) people are going to Google you. They are going to want to know more about who you are, what you do and who you serve.
If you’re committed to your personal brand you have to get a website.
That’s a non-negotiable.
You’ll also need to make sure you download 101 Ways To Ignite Your Personal Brand so you can start taking action to establish a recognizable personal brand.
Click here: https://www.inikscott.com/ignite to get it!