Building a studio website might seem overwhelming at first. There is so much jargon to wade through and so many questions to answer…What’s a host? What platform should you use? What pages do you need?
Never fear. To kick off tech month on the podcast, I’m talking to Nicola Cantan today all about studio websites. From WordPress to CTAs to finding images, we’re covering it all in this episode.
If you want a complete step-by-step of how to set up your studio website the right way then you’re going to want to get join my Inner Circle.
Nicola has put together a comprehensive Online Studio Launchpad course for my Inner Circle members that will hold your hand throughout the whole process of setting up your studio website. Click here to find out more about Inner Circle membership.
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This free guide will help you to put together a photo/media release so you can start getting photos of your smiling students up on your website.
In this episode, you’ll learn
- How to get permission to share student photos
- Why we recommend building your website on WordPress
- What hosting is and why you need it
- The difference between wordpress.com and wordpress.org
- What pages you need on your site
- Whether you should start a blog on your site
- Where to find photos for your website
- How to write great content for your website
- SiteGround hosting
- CPTP093: How to Nurture and Retain Students on Autopilot
- Libre Stock
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