The moment of hesitation when a dream client asks for your website. We've all been there. You DIY'd your website, and now you have mixed feelings about it. You're proud of yourself (look what you created from nothing!), but you know this isn't your zone of genius, and you're a little scared to share it.
The moment of hesitation when a dream client asks for your website.
We’ve all been there. You DIY’d your website, and now you have mixed feelings about it. You’re proud of yourself (look what you created from nothing!), but you know this isn’t your zone of genius, and you’re a little scared to share it.
That’s where today’s guest Samantha Mabe comes in.
Samatha Mabe is the Creative Director and Website Designer of Lemon and the Sea. She helps service providers and coaches ready to launch their signature offers and need a website that matches the high-caliber work they're doing with her signature framework. Samantha has designed and customized dozens of websites over the past six years for all types of entrepreneurs.
Samantha and I initially connected around five years ago through a mastermind program, and she was one of the first people I met when I was building my coaching practice. In this conversation, she shared practical tips on making the most of your website, great resources you can use, and what we should consider if we are ready to partner with a web designer.
I know you’ll find such value in this conversation. Enjoy the episode!
- How Samantha helps coaches feel confident sharing their website
- Samantha’s journey from architecture to web design
- The must-have for a coach’s website
- Key elements to include on your home page
- Best practices every coach should include on their website
- The right way to use stock photos
- How to use FAQs to create a better experience for yourself and your clients
- The massive problem with not sharing prices on your website
- Common pitfalls for coaches when it comes to their website
- How to find the right web designer for you
- Samantha Mabe on Instagram
- Get a free 15-minute video review of your website from Samantha Mabe
- Samantha Mabe’s Website
- WebAIM Contrast Checker
- Coach with Clarity Podcast Facebook Group
- Coach with Clarity Collective Waitlist
- Connect with Me on Instagram
- Email Me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Well, hello my friend. Welcome to the Coach with Clarity Podcast. My name is Lee Chaix McDonough, I'm your host and I am so excited to have you join me today for a conversation with my friend, Samantha Mabe. Now I have known Samantha for I think about five years, we initially connected back in a group mastermind program run by my friend and colleague, Reina Pomeroy. Samantha was in my small group and she was one of the very first people I met when I was building my coaching practice. So it's really exciting for me to welcome her to the Coach with Clarity Podcast, and to see just how far both of us have come over the last five years. So Samantha is the creative director and designer of Lemon and the Sea, where she helps service providers and coaches who are ready to launch their signature offer and need a website that matches the high caliber work that they're doing. With her signature framework, Samantha has designed and customized dozens of websites over the past six years for all types of entrepreneurs. When she's not digging into design and strategy, Samantha loves True Crime podcasts, adventures with her toddler, and trying to keep up with her Netflix queue. I know the feeling. During our conversation, Samantha shares all sorts of practical, helpful tips on how to make the most of your website, she shares some great resources, and she walks us through what we should consider if we are ready to partner with a web designer. So, I know you are going to find such value in my conversation with Samantha Mabe, of Lemon and the Sea.
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