About Me

Gnesh

Ganesh Dangal, “Marketing representative” of Nurse Training Australia for Nepal

Hi! This is Ganesh Dangal and I blog about what you search for!!

As the “Marketing representative” of Nurse Training Australia for Nepal I am also a casual Bartender & Barista, Professional Dj & Digital Marketer & freelance video editor.  I have lived in Australia for 8 years and have experience travelling top many countries.

 

 

 

So how can I help you?

concentrate on what others can get out of your site. Be specific, state exactly what potential subscribers can gain from being here. Be brief, no more than a few paragraphs. Focusing on the benefits of your readers will help you attract exactly those kind of people you actually want on your email list.

Include social proof

Offering something to your visitors that they are actually looking for is what gets them hooked. However, the next question they will ask themselves is “how do I know this is the real deal?”.

In other words, why should your visitors trust you? So far, they have only have your words.

Therefore, if you can somehow deliver proof for your claims, by all means do it! This will help reassure your readers and give your words additional weight.

Clients that I have worked with

Tell your story

Alright, now you can finally talk a little more about yourself, so that your About Me page actually deserves its name. While they are ultimately on your site for their own benefit, your visitors still want to know about you as a person. Humans want to connect with other people and not faceless corporations. The need for connection is an inherent human trait.

So don’t be afraid to reveal a little about yourself, like whether you are married, have kids, your hobbies, etc. Be human and maybe a tiny bit vulnerable. However, be sure to make the information relevant in the context of your website. For example, tell the story of how your website came about and your personal journey.

On the other hand, avoid rambling, telling your entire life story or revealing too much. That can be a turnoff, too. Find a balance so that your readers have a good impression of who you are and what kind of person they are dealing with. If you want people to learn more about yourself, it might also be a good idea to include links to more detailed posts on your site.

Finally, it’s essential that you include at least one photo of yourself. A pictures says more than a thousand words and all that. Plus, remember the part about faceless corporations? You don’t want to be like that.

It would be a great if you’d help spread word about me.

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