How Jason Siperstein started their web page design journey
I am offering online seminars for men and women in the field of social dynamics. In other words, I am going to be teaching them how to attract others, how to build confidence, how to understand nonverbal social cues, how to become a better conversationalist etc. My services are a blend of spirituality, psychology, and practicality. I will offer my services via in webinars, 1 on 1 coaching, and I provide various products. Please note that I do NOT want a corporate feel for the site.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The name of the website is AttractionEvolution.com. I was thinking we could have a lot of fun and be creative with the word evolution. For example, we could have a guy with little to average social skills "evolve" to a guy with extraordinary social skills. I am very open to other creative ideas, as well. The specific target audience are going to be people who are looking to develop and better themselves.
Unlike other sites that try to transform the client into a "player" or "rockstar", my focus is on having them become confident in who they are and not to put on some superficial persona. The website should have a welcoming feel without being sleazy. My teachings are based on integrity so I don't want to come across as a trickster nor do I want to come across as a guy that teaches underhanded methods. In other words, I am NOT going to be teachings people to trick others into liking them. Instead, I am guiding them to evolve into their most attractive, confident, and natural self.
Number of pages
The navigation bar should include Home, Coaching & Seminars, Jay Siperstein, Products, Articles, Reviews, Contact, FAQ. Only 1 page is needed that will serve as a template for other pages. On the first page, I would like enough room to describe the purpose of the site. I would also, like blocks for: Products, Coaching, and Seminars.