Six Things I Wish I Had Known Before Starting My Etiquette Business

Six Things I Wish I Had Known When Starting My Etiquette Business

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Behind the Scenes of an Etiquette Expert’s Website 

Behind the Scenes of an Etiquette Expert's Website

I have been in the weeds updating and revising the website for Manners To Go. Our new site for etiquette certification is a “must see”! 

Wow! Even though this was only an update- making all of these changes was quite an undertaking.


Behind the Scenes of an Etiquette Expert’s Website

Today I am taking you behind the scenes (sort of) but mostly giving tips on what it can look like for those of you wanting a website for your etiquette business.  

Planning is key for any project and this is especially important when creating a website.

A website for an etiquette expert is a way to showcase what you do, who you are and why you are doing it.  Another very important reason to have an etiquette website is this will be a great way to make a connection with the viewer- the parents, educators or the general public.

Related Article: 3 Questions to Ask Right Now if You Aspire to Become an Etiquette Expert

Here Are Tips to Help You Get Started on Your Etiquette Website

  1. Introduction to you, the Etiquette Expert: Write an introduction or your “About Page” This will be one of the most “visited” pages on your site. Start by sharing what you have in common with the reader. You can share your credentials, experience, and what makes you authority in the field of etiquette. This is where you will want to promote/market yourself as a certified etiquette expert.
  2. Website Design and Layout: Think about the design and layout of  the website. Consider the elements such as color schemes, typography, and navigation that contribute to a polished and professional appearance.
  3. Content Organization: The content needs to be concise and minimal on the website is. 
  4. Writing Style and Tone: Explore the writing style and tone you want to use throughout the website. 
  5. Visuals and Multimedia: Showcase any visuals or multimedia elements that speak to you and your new brand. These can help illustrate key concepts and make the content more engaging.
  6. User Feedback and Testimonials: Share feedback and testimonials from connections in your community.
Have you learned anything from this behind-the-scenes look at an etiquette expert’s website?  

Would you like to add anything? If so, contact us here.

We always enjoy hearing from you.

The Series on Creating an Etiquette Expert’s Website Continues Next Week
  • The 3 Tools I Used to Update Manners To Go
  • The Popularity of a Dual/Combined Etiquette Certification

Here is a FREE Guide to Help YOU Start a Business Teaching Manners to Children


6 Things Needed to start an etiquette business

Here Are Your Next Steps

Step 1

Get to Know Manners To Go™

Most likely, you will want to get to know us. Feel free to call or email us. Click on the links below. We are happy to discuss the details with you.

Step 2

Decide on the best training option for you

We offer two trainings to become certified to teach manners to children:

Professional Consultant Certification - Live video training

Option #1:

“Live” Video Training

If you are looking to start immediately and save money on travel and time, then this is your best option.You choose the dates of our trainings. Most choose to have their sessions once a week, others twice. This is a “live” and private training. It is NOT self-guided.

2 Day Etiquette Certificate Training

Option #2:

Two-Day In-Person

PRIVATE Training.  That’s right, we meet in person, the two of us and our focus is completely on your business.  Click the image above or follow the button below to learn more and to see a list of cities available for your training.

Step 3

Receive the curriculum and book your training dates

Upon payment, you receive the curriculum. Next, we will send an email asking you to schedule your first training date.

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