229 Coach Radio – Telling a Story on Your Website



Josh and I give my friend, Denise, some feedback on her recently launched website, Jacmel Bay.

  • Don’t tell people your site is a work in progress. It will always be a work in progress.
  • Make sure fonts are easy to read.
  • Is there a call to action on every page?
  • Especially on an ecommerce site, be sure to tell the story through pictures.
Here’s the hot date I mentioned. Christine is the only person I’ve ever seen dress up to go to the shooting range. That’s why I love her.


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Author: Justin Lukasavige

I help businesses do business better and I love what I do.

  •  Another great show. Loved the pic of Christine. How accurate of a shot is she? Not sure she’d be able to hold onto the gun once she pulls the trigger.

    Thanks for the great banter. Josh needs a good calendar to know when Tax Day is and what Victoria Day is about :^)

    Good helpful hints on the Jacmel Bay site.

  • Thanks, Eric. She’s pretty good. We were shooting .22 rounds so there wasn’t any kickback.

  • Denise

    Thank you Justin and Josh! I take your suggestions to heart.

  • It’s our pleasure, Denise. Can’t wait to see where you go with it.

  • It was awesome to connect with your vision for changing the world – and the lives of an underserved piece of society. You’re awesome, Denise.