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Taking on a website redesign? Start with a coaching session!

Aug 1, 2017


Even the most organized, experienced, creative nonprofit communications professional gets a little itchy when she thinks about starting a website redesign project. It’s an overwhelming project filled with uncertainty.

Where will I find the time for this project, given everything else on my plate?!

How will I know what my audience wants?

What questions should I make sure to ask my web developer?

What am I going to do with all this content?

If you’ve been thinking about what to consider when you redesign your website, I’d like to talk to you!

Website Redesign Coaching Sessions

I have three spots available for 30 minute website redesign coaching sessions.

The session is complimentary. I want to learn about you and your goals, and offer suggestions and feedback for next steps.

If you’d like one of the coaching sessions, just send me a note to

I’ll help you understand what gaps exist in your website redesign plan. And you’ll help me understand more about the challenges facing busy, ambitious nonprofit professionals.

I’m an expert in a few areas:

  • nonprofit websites,
  • Google Analytics, and
  • organizing all the things.

Whether you want to know how to build a site that helps you reach your goals faster, how to work with a web developer, ideas for managing all that content or strategies to save time/money, I’m here to help!

There’s three coaching sessions available. They’re first come, first serve. Grab yours by sending me a note to

P. S. If you’re interested in coaching sessions, scroll down and sign up for my email list. I open up opportunities like this all the time - and always open it up to my email subscribers first!


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Yesenia SoteloYesenia Sotelo is a digital skills trainer and web developer.

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