I’ve been very busy working on new websites lately, and I’m thrilled to show you one of them today.
Andi had been operating her professional organizing business, Good Life Organizing, for several years. When she decided to shift her focus from residential to personal photo organizing, she needed to build on the success of her existing brand to establish a new brand in alignment with her new business vision.
Since Good Life Organizing has a well-established blog with a strong following, I suggested that Andi keep it active and create a brand-new website for her photo organizing business. After consulting with a business coach to fine-tune her big picture goals, she came back to me with her new name, tagline, domain name, logo, color palette, opt-in offer, and website content. We were then ready to move forward with the web design process.
The goal of the new website was to attract visitors, generate leads, and establish Andi’s new brand by serving as a useful resource for her current and future clients.Clear goals and a solid plan make the difference between a website that works for you and one that just sits there.Click To Tweet
The new site is uncluttered, well-organized, informative and fun – a lot like Andi herself!
As a photo organizer, Andi will tell you that a picture’s worth a thousand words, so here you go:
Simply click on the screenshot to see the full website and learn about this exciting business.
I was delighted to spot this post shortly after the new site went live:
It’s only been a few weeks since the site was launched, but Andi’s already received lots of compliments on it and, even more importantly, lots of email sign-ups.
With her skills and experience both as a personal photo organizer and marketing her business, I have no doubt she’s on her way to even bigger and better things.
I’m now booking new projects for the spring, so if you’re thinking about a new website, let’s talk soon!
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