Business Killing About Me Pages

Your "About Me" page is the second most visited page on your website. For the longest time, I made the mistake of thinking that it needed to be about me. That's only partially true.

The About Me page is the place where people are learning whether or not they want to work with you and your business. If it's not moving in that direction, there's a problem.

In this Coffee Break, Franklin Taggart talks about the three most common problems people have with their About Me pages. This isn't an exhaustive list, but that would be for a much longer video. Correct the three in this video and you'll see it make a positive difference.

Mentioned in this video:

Karen Fournier at StarStream Productions

Laura Belgray at (join the email list)

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