This post is part of the πŸ“– Building A Storybrand series.

Today, I am reading a new chapter Building A Better Website from a brand new section IMPLEMENTING YOUR STORYBRAND BRANDSCRIPT from the book Building a StoryBrand written by Author, Donald Miller.

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By reading this book Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller, you will learn the seven universal story points all humans respond to. The real reason customers make purchases. How to simplify a brand message so people understand and act on it. How to create the most effective messaging for websites, brochures, and social media

Yesterday, I read HEROES ARE DESIGNED TO TRANSFORM section from People Want Your Brand to Participate in thier Transformation chapter.




We need a website that passes the grunt test and converts browsers into buyers.


Customer simply needs to know that you have something they want, and you can be trusted to deliver whatever that is.

Even if your company has grown because of word of mouth, a website full of noise can kill potential sales. Your website matters.

The 5 Things Your Website Should Include

  1. An Offer Above the Fold
  2. Obvious Calls to Action
  3. Images of Success
  4. A Bite-sized Breakdown of Your Revenue Streams
  5. Very Few Words

Author Donald Miller elaborated each one one of the above point with great examples. It is not practical to discuss or reproduce here so I would encourage you to read this book whether you have a business or not.

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Do you know you can listen to this book on Amazon Audible for FREE?

If you are not into reading like me, then you can listen to this book for FREE on Amazon Audible

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If you include messages on your website that don’t come from one of the categories of the StoryBrand 7-Part Framework, your customers will only hear the noise.

To remind you those 7-parts in the StoryBrand Framework are here:

  1. A Character
  2. Has a Problem
  3. And Meets a Guide
  4. Who Gives Them a Plan
  5. And Calls Them to Action
  6. That Helps Them Avoid Failure
  7. And Ends in a Success

If you are not sure what it is and why you need to know 7-part StoryBrand Framework, then you need to buy the book this book that could change your life and your business.

Key Takeaways

Your website should be the equivalent of an elevator pitch.

I can confidently recommend this book as I am into chapter 5, and I would go as far as to say this is the best book I have read till date in this genre. Pick the book using the link below or just go to Amazon and search. It doesn’t matter. Catch you later, alligator.

Building a Storybrand

Author(s): Donald Miller

Short Blurb: Explains how businesses can better connect with their customers through the use of a simplified … Read more
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Part 28 of 34 in the πŸ“– Building A Storybrand book series.

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