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How to Create a Highly Converting Website Using Story

 

Watch this recorded webinar with our MSP StoryBrand expert guide, Russell Stalters, if you would like to use core messages to create a highly converting MSP website.

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Overview:

In my last session we reviewed a roadmap for implementing recommendations from “Building a StoryBrand”. In this session we will use the core messages to create a highly converting website.

This session led by Russ Stalters, a Certified StoryBrand Guide, will provide a blueprint for creating a highly converting website homepage. He will share best practices on how to implement the recommendations from the great book, “Building a StoryBrand”.

He will also provide live feedback and improvement recommendations for attendee’s websites during the webinar.

 

Your Marketing Expert Guide: Russell Stalters

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This session led by Russ Stalters, a Certified StoryBrand Guide, will provide a roadmap for implementing the recommendations from the great book, “Building a StoryBrand”. He will also describe the One-Liner which is what you use to answer the question “What do you do?”, provide a formula for creating a One-Liner, and share ways you can use this powerful marketing tool.

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