Stop being the cobbler’s child

We all know how tricky it is to make updating your own web site enough of a priority that it doesn’t drag on a year or more (you know who you are!).

And because we all need good models of people doing things right, I was excited for long time Marketing Mentor client, Jill Anderson, sometimes known as “the designer’s web designer,” to share and document, step by step, the journey towards designing her new website. So many of my clients struggle with this, so I wanted to share an actionable account of someone actually going through the process and getting it done.

And just as expected, after following the steps in her own free report, “Get Your Website Done: 12 Actionable Steps for Designers,” Jill reached her goal and launched her own new website. She even met her own internal deadline — she wanted it ready before she spoke last month at WordCamp Atlanta.

Have you been following along with her? How close are you to launching your own website? I hope this series of posts shows you that with small steps, decisive action and accountability, even the biggest goals are attainable.

Yes, we can get our own marketing done!

If and only if we treat our own marketing as seriously we treat our client projects.

We don’t have to be the shoemaker’s children.

Check out Jill’s new website (and the highlights of what’s new and different).

If you want to finally get your website done, download Jill’s free report.

If you need accountability and guidance along the way, let me help.

Or if you simply want to stop putting off your marketing so you can land better clients and better projects, take advantage of my free session and I’ll point you in the right direction.

*Cobbler photo, courtesy, Shutterstock.