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It is day 23 in the UBC (Ultimate Blog Challenge) and today our prompt is to write about a software, website, or program we can’t live without. This was a super hard decision for me! Even though I’m not so talented with tech, I do love all the tools and gadgets. I love the idea of being more efficient and believe technology can help us move faster with systemization and automation.
Our websites help us both automate and systemize our message, our networks, our communities, and our offerings. Thus I have chosen to focus on my website platforms for this post.
When I first started my entrepreneur journey, I did my research for a website platform and decided on siteground for hosting.
An expensive choice but meets industry standards for being the best. This is where I host my coaching business, Heal Thrive Dream, LLC. Siteground is the best hosting website for small businesses and bloggers. With unlimited storage, bandwidth, and an email account, you can keep your website running smoothly without any annoying restrictions. Plus, Siteground's customer service is top-notch, so you can always get help when you need it.
Our sister website, Travelwithhealthrivedream.com, is built on Groove CRM. We were beta members of Groove and have been able to watch it grow into becoming an amazing platform. We also have businesses built on the platform to include: heal-thrive-dream-ecommerce-empire.com and https://healthrivedream-fullservicedigitalagency.com/. Please feel free to leave any questions in the comment section below if you would like to learn more about our sister offerings. All services are geared towards meeting the holistic needs of trauma survivors.
Pros of Groove: Many services are now built in, including ecommerce stores, quizzes, memberships, webinars, videos, groove email etc. To learn more about everything has to offer, please check out our affiliate site: getgrooveywithkaren.com
The Importance of Having a Website For Your Business
A website is important for any business because it is the online face of the company. It is where potential and current customers can learn about your company and its products or services. A website also provides a way for customers to purchase items or services online. In addition, a website can be used to build your brand awareness and create loyal customers.
Tech Therapy Hangout Membership by Jennifer Burke is what I recommend for tech therapy assistance. She hosts meetings, trainings, and coaching around tech at an affordable price. She also has courses on email automation, tech organization, writing essential emails, building landing pages, and content repurposing, etc.
Jen’s monthly group coaching membership is designed to help you for when pesky tech issues are blocking your business cash flow and causing headaches. Her forum provides the space to come ask questions, get support, find accountability and get your techie stuff done! When running your online businesses, you learn that stuff changes - a lot. Tech pieces don't want to talk to each other. It is easy to get confused, or become frustrated. We call these tech headaches. Sometimes you need to talk it out - you need Tech Therapy.
I love the coaching calls and the work group meetings. Come join us!