Do you have a great site?
How would you know if you did?
The problem is that most folks either think than have a terrible site or they believe theirs is the best thing to hit the web since that dancing baby 15 years ago.
The point is that most folks don’t know what makes a great website.
The flashiest site in the world may look awesome. But if it’s not scoring well on Google for relevant keywords then it really doesn’t qualify as a great site.
And a site can attract a lot of traffic, but if it’s not converting visitors to clients because it’s ugly or hard to navigate then it’s not great.
At the end of November I’ll be attending the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS) Conference in Toronto.
As part of the run up to the big event, I’m trying to compile a list of the greatest speaker websites on the planet to showcase what every professional speaker should aspire to have.
So my challenge to every speaker reading this is to send me a list the best examples of speaker sites you’ve come across.
And the last week of November, I’ll count down the top five and explain why they are great.
What I promise not to do is publish a list of worst sites or otherwise single anyone out for public ridicule – so don’t be afraid to nominate yourself.
You can send your nominations to me via email email@example.com or post them in the comments section below.
Also, please retweet and share this with other speakers who might be interested in participating.
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