How To Build A Personal Website Using AwareLabs
Build a personal site in 28 steps covering Starter, Engagement, Endorsement, and Authority in 3 Hours 44 Minutes. Try it.
A Step By Step Personal Process
Don't just build the site, AwareLabs will show you how to market it too. We have 35 tasks outlined in 14 stages.
Create a simple page where people can contact you. Choose how much you want to share about your location and contact information. Sometimes just the online contact form is enough.
Solicit endorsements from friends, coworkers, and family. They will be used throughout the site.
For each are of expertise that you can offer to others create a landing page. Visitors will be able to request your services.
Create a calendar of events you have attended and plan to attend. Visitors to your site can better plan to meet with you.
Everyone has adventures, share yours in the gallery on the website. You can share your website gallery on social media to drive traffic back to your site.
The standard device for defining work history is the resume. Create an online version of your resume. You can even send it to recruiters.
Create a short personal list of influential movies you've watched. When someone asks about your favorite films, just refer them to your personal branding website.
Create a short personal list of influential books you've read. When someone asks about your favorite reads, just refer them to your personal branding website.
Create a short personal list of influential music you've enjoyed. When someone asks about your favorite tunes, just refer them to your personal branding website.
We all have our moments in the spotlight. Remember and share your moments of fame forever by adding them to your personal branding website.
There are many ways to stay connected, newsletters are one of them. Keep your fans and colleagues up to date by sending out emails and soliciting testimonials through the newsletter.
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Examples Of Live Sites Built With AwareLabs
8 Months, 1 Week With AwareLabs
When Clown Town wanted to update their WordPress site because it was holding them back, they turned to and Awarelabs consultant named Jonathan. Within hours he was able to assemble the essentials for any event, including sponsors, landing pages, press releases, and social media integration. Now with the site done quickly and cost effectively, Clowntown organizers can budget more for the event. Updates are easy and as the event matures AwareLabs has applications that work ready to be deployed.
Build GuideThis site was built using a custom guide which can be designed by AwareLabs Consultants to include a custom mix of applications and search engine optimization keywords to meet the needs of a sepcific business or location.
2 Years, 6 Months With AwareLabs
Chris McDonald is busy winning ironmans, so he hired Laurent Painchaud from Streamline agency to assemble his site. Employing over a dozen applications Laurent was able to create strong conversion funnels for Chris's coaching plans and online merchandise. Now every time Chris wins a race, the site is able to leverage the new event to drive traffic into the conversion funnel. Having content and conversion on the same site is really helping drive sales.
Build GuideHow To Build An Online Store Website - Build a complete search optimized online store site in 32 steps and 1 Hours 56 Minutes. Try it.
2 Years, 9 Months With AwareLabs
Selling road bikes that cost several thousand dollars each is no easy task. For Bike Depot, the key was merging national brands with local content. With AwareLabs, we were able to create a site that showcases bikes from manufacturers, creates an amazing responsive online presence, and relates them to local cycling events and riding groups. This merger of national and local not only improved search ranking tremendously but gave Bike Depot the ability to create an online conversion funnel.