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Help, I’m just so frustrated with my pet sitting website!

crying babySee those words up in the title above?

Take a guess how often I hear those exact words?

Whether it’s about getting your pet sitting website up and running properly, trying to land in Google, or trying to make a simple update, managing your own pet site does not have to be confusing, difficult or the source of major aggravation.

And to add a bit of good news to the mix… Do you know how easily frustration in general can be cured?

Why Do Things Create Frustration To Begin With?

The definition of frustration is clear: The feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something.

We usually become frustrated when we are not able to complete a task that we otherwise believe we are skilled enough to complete.

And the ONLY reason we become frustrated is because we do not have the full picture. We are only missing a piece of the puzzle.

Maybe you are frustrated because you do not have TIME to work on your site.

Maybe you feel like you don’t have the MONEY right now to invest in your website.

Maybe you do not have the right TOOLS or resources to get it done.

Whatever the case, I’m hoping to ease most of that frustration for you in my upcoming free webinar.

Mark Your Calendar for This Coming Wednesday, June 20, 2012.

You and I will be taking a virtual Walking Tour of WordPress.

As a pet sitter, WordPress is a popular choice to build, customize and take control of your website.

You won’t want to miss this one, as it is perfect for those who know nothing about the benefits of using WordPress and those looking to take their current knowledge of WordPress a bit further.

In this hour-long content filled webinar, you’ll discover:

  • What exactly is WordPress and why it is so popular.
  • Why Google appreciates and loves websites built with WordPress so much.
  • How simple it is to create a complete website with WordPress.
  • The difference between posts and pages.
  • What is a plugin and what is a widget?

Plus, ALL of YOUR specific questions will be answered.

Click Here To Reserve Your Seat Right Now!

Watch as Joshua shares his screen with you as the Walking Tour through WordPress begins.

You’ll watch ‘over my shoulder’ from the moment I log into the dashboard and go through adding page content, editing pages, uploading images, and so much more with relative ease. (If you can create a Microsoft Word document, you can use WordPress!)

Towards the end of the presentation, you will also get an inside look into my new pet sitting website system, for those who want to be handed a fully loaded pet sitter website (WordPress powered, of course) that is designed from the ground up to land in Google and bring you more potential clients.

After this Webinar, you will have a complete understanding of what the benefits of using WordPress are, and the confidence to begin jumping right into creating, editing, and managing your own pet sitting website.

Space is limited to the first 90 pet sitters only. Please register here.

Your Specific Questions Are Encouraged

After you register, please leave a comment below with what you are hoping to learn on the Webinar.

*Would YOU like us to work on your Website?*

If you are looking to dramatically improve your website results by appearing on the front page of Google (like we have done for hundreds of your professional pet industry colleagues), then review the options here and let's compare notes!

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Josh Cary is a respected and well sought-after speaker and business consultant within the professional pet care industry. Since 2009, having grown his own pet sitting business, Josh provides his industry with the tools, support, and resources to build and maintain a thriving and respected pet business.

With a strong focus on digital marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and website development, Josh’s one mission is to help you Get Found First through a professional and effective website.

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Hi Josh, Your website idea seems really great and I love the layout. Here’s my worry. The cost is $19.95 a month. I can get a much cheaper rate going with someone else. I know the cost may not seem high to some but people just starting out or who are strapped for cash want to spend as little as possible on things so why would I want to pay $20 a month? The other big worry is “how do I know that you will be loyal to me” – i.e. there are other pet sitters in my area who have been doing this for quite a while and they are clients of yours and/or friends so couldn’t that hurt me? Thanks in advance for the reply.

    1. Hello ‘Just Me’ – You bring up a very important question (and one that I will be expanding on in an upcoming blog post). Let’s see if I can clear things up for you…

      You say you can get “a much cheaper rate going with someone else.”

      Let’s first compare apples to apples.

      Look at my website system for $19.94/month and show me a similar product that you can get “much cheaper”. What are you getting for a cheaper rate? Sure, hosting can be found cheaper, but my product is much more than hosting. And I don’t know of a WordPress designer who will give you a quality product much cheaper either.

      And I caution you to simply go with something just because it’s cheaper. It’s like we say in our pet sitting industry, if you are price shopping you might not be the right client for me.

      For my very reasonable fee, I not only hand you a fully functional WordPress design and layout, full of all the bells and whistles for you to get going, but I also provide incredible, top notch support every step of the way.

      Your next question asks: “how do I know that you will be loyal to me” (another good question!)

      My answer is that since I am not providing your website content, there is no “loyalty” issue. If 2 pet sitters in a competing area want to sign up and use my website system, that is fine. Chances are, those 2 pet sitters will have a website whether they go with me or not. (You know what I mean?)

      Again, while I often consult and give advice, I would provide similar advice to someone not using my product so loyalty does not play a role.

      I hope this has been helpful, and I’m happy to keep the conversation going.

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