Unique Writing Tips for More Engaging Website Content

In this above-the-fold section, your aim should be to communicate the main purpose and focus of your website as succinctly as possible.

Check out Our Latest Posts:



6-figures from these fill-in-the-blank templates…
Time…That’s what we’re all lacking...Think about it, it is April 27th... we’re already into the second quarter of 2017 and[...]
Like LeadPages but Newbie friendly and without the price tag!
Imagine if you had bought GotoWebinar when it first launched and got it for diddly sqwat... Today that would mean[...]
Reduce the risk of failure… Do this quick equation…
Too Many Entrepreneurs Fail Because They Never Stop to Figure Out This SIMPLE Equation...Do you know the one thing you must[...]
Is 90 Minute Product Creation Possible?
It's a fact...Those who create their own products make more money and have greater longevity in this industry than those[...]
Only 13 Early Bird Tickets Remaining!
I am super proud to be putting on a live event with Richie Nolan in October.It takes place in Cardiff[...]
The Real Question You Should be Asking About “ECom”…
You will hear a lot about ECom over the next few days because there's a massive ECom training product hitting[...]
The Total Funnel Formula Explained
I am super excited because this Thursday (6th April) Richie Nolan and myself are hosting a free webinar on which[...]
The timeless formula for income creation…
My friend Curt (he is the super cool dude that I co-founded Society11 with) has just given people a classic[...]
Shane Melaugh
Thrive Themes

About the Author

This is a brief section about the site’s owner or main author. On this homepage template, we’re providing a one-page overview over what the site is about, so a brief introduction of the author is a good fit. Remember that an introduction like this should have a personal touch and also convey the authority of the author. Use this space to explain why the author is worth paying attention to and why he or she is an authority in this space.

“Testimonials are always a great way to warm new readers up to a website, person or product. Add some of your testimonials to this section for some social proof.”

Jane Smith
Jane Smith

“The testimonials can be about the author, about the site in general or about a product or service you provide. You can also harvest some of your most positive blog comments for testimonials.”

Shane Melaugh
Shane Melaugh
DOWNLOAD A SAMPLE CHAPTER...

Be a Five Percenter

Not sure it's for you?  Download a sample chapter and find out!
DOWNLOAD