I'm delighted with the design. Dusica was a pleasure to work with, always responsive and positive and willing to incorporate my feedback into the design - or to tell me gently if my ideas wouldn't work! I highly recommend working with her.
Great work and great service as usual
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Speaking about Presenting
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We're an online business selling public speaking and presentation skills programs.
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This is a lead magnet to offer visitors to our website so that they opt-in with their name and email address. It will be a downloadable pdf. The name of the lead magnet is "The 7 Most Common Nervousness-Inducing Thoughts and How to Deal With Them to Reduce your Nerves and Build your Confidence". The aim is to help people who are suffering from the fear of public speaking. I have done a rough, undesigned version in PowerPoint. The first page will have all 7 thoughts on it. I'd like this page to be highly graphical so that I can also use a version of it (with less writing) as the cover image on landing pages and on Facebook. Then there will be one page per thought, so another 7 pages. These will look the same from a graphical point of view - just different information. The idea behind this lead magnet is that the reader will identify a thought that is making them nervous. Then they'll turn to the page specific to that thought and and see three things:
1. The reality of the situation
2. The actions that they can take so they can be less nervous.
3. A more useful thought to replace the nervousness-inducing thought.
I'd like the design of these pages to make this obvious so that I don't have to use too much explanatory text (however, readers will also be able to watch a video where I explain how to use the pdf)
Then there is a final page with one paragraph to reassure readers that they're not going to die if their presentation goes wrong!
I have attached a PowerPoint file with the words for this pdf, but may make some changes to the wording.