How to write an ‘About Me’ page that gets you clients

May 19, 2017
Kate Marillat

In our thriving Tap and Write Facebook group, many of the members have asked for help with the tricky ‘About Me’ page.

This is not unusual. Many of us struggle to get that ‘About Me’ page written.

Faced with that blank page, suddenly you can’t remember your own name, let alone what you want to say or perhaps you are wondering – What do the readers actually want to know?

You are right to take this page seriously.

Your ‘About Me’ page is one of the most viewed on a website (so says Google Analytics) and if you find a product or service that you are interested in, chances are you’ll have a peek at the ‘About Me’ page to get a feel of who it is behind the website.

And by ‘feel’, I mean ‘personality’.

That’s what your ‘About Me’ page should say about you.

Because it’s you that people will be drawn to.

“I believe you must bring your whole self to the table if you want to thrive in today’s world.” Marie Forleo

The purpose of this downloadable guide is to get your personality down on paper. You can’t edit a blank page; so let’s fill that white paper up with your details, quirks, loves and passions. Then I’ll take you through the editing process and finally give you the essentials that no About Me page should be without.

The ‘About Me’ page will form your bio, so if you want to write guest blogs, get PR and show up be on social media, you can always refer back to it…so expect it to take some polishing.

I’ve put together this guide which has 8 key questions to answer, how to edit your rough draft and finally the ‘about me’ page essentials.

You can download it here:

We’ll also be live in Tap and Write next week – why not bring this guide along to work with? See you there.

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