As I was thumbing through (yes, I printed out the e-book) Karri Flatla's new Sales Page Relief package, I noticed she had a section about how to craft a mobile version of your sales page or "mini website."
Typepad does a decent job of displaying my website on mobile devices (at least from what I've seen on my iPod Touch), though not as nice as the Genuine Coaching website I recently re-built using Weebly.
I've been wondering whether I should bother creating a separate mobile version of this site, so I emailed Karri to ask what she thought. When she replied promptly with a stellar answer, I immediately suggested she post it to her blog – and so she did!
She was respectful enough to leave my name out until she could check with me, but of course I was happy to tell the world about how brilliant she is.
You can read Karri's post at: Wondering if You Need a Mobile Website? Some Things to Consider. [Update January 19, 2013 – This blog post is no longer available, but check out how Karri is bringing a coaching approach to real estate in Lethbridge, Alberta!]
Writing prompt: Has anyone responded to one of your emails lately by saying something like, "Thanks, that was really helpful!"? If so, see if you can re-work that email exchange into a blog post that ALL of your readers can learn from.
Using an email response from someone I asked to read an article I had written and asked for feedback, I remembered to ask if I could use all or part as a testimonial, she immediately said, “Yes.” I was so impressed with what I had learned from another coaching professional. But to use in a blog post to accompany my article and from there to my website is fantastic. A big hug for you! I’m just getting started after some “fits and starts” on launching my first blog/website in the next week.
Linda Dessau says
Hooray, way to go, Bryce! Thanks for your comment (and hug).
I always try to solve a problem that people are having when writing a blog post. I also like your reference to Weebly, it was a savior for me when I first started building websites.
Linda Dessau says
Thanks for your comment, Jason. Nice to hear that you also had a positive experience with Weebly.