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A small-town girl who now travels the world, I boldly decided to pursue my dream of empowering female entrepreneurs with uniquely-crafted brand + web design.
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Whether you’re a coach, an entrepreneur, or run a service-based business, the platform you select to showcase your offerings, work, and ideas can have a significant impact on your online presence. In today’s digital age, having an exceptional online home is absolutely essential.
Before discovering Showit, I was struggling with uncertainty when it came to designing websites. While there were numerous developer-friendly options available, they just didn’t quite align with the creative soul in me (not to mention they weren’t the most user-friendly for my clients!👎🏻).
Enter Showit – the no-code (yes, really!🙌🏻), fully customizable website platform that’s essentially like Canva on overdrive. When I say drag-and-drop, I really mean it (more on this shortly!). In this Showit review, I’ll share why I, as a seasoned web designer, chose Showit for my own website and why I believe it’s the ideal choice for any coach or entrepreneur looking to make a bold impact online. So, let’s get ready to unlock the powers of Showit and elevate your brand’s digital design game to new heights.
If you were like me and haven’t heard of Showit until recently, you’re not alone. I totally get it might seem intimidating to switch from popular platforms like Squarespace, Wix, or WordPress to embrace Showit. Or maybe you’re embarking on the exciting journey of creating your very first business website (congrats!🥳), and you’re not quite sure where to start. Trust me, I had my reservations at first too! But once I gave Showit a shot, I was hooked.
Showit felt like it was built for creatives like me. No more diving into the world of coding – finally, I could unleash my creativity without worrying about design limitations, broken websites, or uncooperative widgets (I’m looking at you, WordPress 👀).
For the first time, I felt like I had discovered a web design tool that wasn’t just user-friendly but designer-friendly. It offered unique and dynamic possibilities within an intuitive interface. But, even more importantly, it was a platform I could wholeheartedly rely on for my clients – and trust me, this is so important! I wanted a platform where my clients could confidently make edits and adjustments without depending on a designer for every change, which can be the difference between making a sale and missing out on opportunities.
Now, if you’re considering using Showit, you’re likely wondering: Should I go the DIY route, purchase a template, or hire a designer? Well, I’ve got a blog post right here that dives into that very question. And if you’d like to see examples of some of the Showit web design projects I have completed for clients, visit my portfolio page here!
I could go on and on, but for now, if you have any questions about transitioning to Showit, please email me at email@example.com or send me a DM on Instagram at @createwander. I’m more than happy to chat and answer all your questions.
Disclaimer: This piece reflects my genuine experience with a platform tailored for creatives and entrepreneurs. No affiliations or compensations from Showit were involved.
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