A website is where you rock your online presence on your terms.

Here's how you can get noticed, build trust, and turn your audience into raving fans.

INTRODUCING

DESIGN LIKE A WIX EXPERT

Tiffanie Teel’s 6-week co-creative online web design course.

get online. get leads. get sales.

Imagine if you had a website that attracted your ideal clients, answered all their questions, and converted them into paying customers.

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What if I told you...

You could create a powerful, professional website that shines a spotlight on your expertise, builds your brand identity, and increases your sales.

It sounds impossible, but it's not. For real.

Here’s what most people miss...

It’s not just about having a place where people find you online. It’s not even about the pretty design, quality images, or contact form.

When it comes to designing a website that makes money, most people focus on all the WRONG things.

What you should be doing is focusing on how to make your website work for you.

I hear it all the time...

“I’m spending hours on social media, hustling DMs, and answering the same old questions.”

“I don’t trust social media with my content and lead generation.”

“I want to work fewer hours, but make more money.”

“I started to build a website, but got lost in the editor.”

“I built my business on social media, spending far too much time there.”

“Ugh. I thought Wix would be easy, but I don’t know where to start.”

“I’m not creative at all. But I really need a website. Help!”

“I know I need a site, but I can’t afford to hire a professional.”

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I’m guessing you might feel this way too.

 

You see everyone else linking back to their website, connecting with clients, and making a pile of sales with ease.

Everything. You. Want. For. Your. Business.

In fact, you know you’d level up if you finally launched a website.

You’re not hiding your head in the sand. You know you could help more people in far less time...

But your struggle to get online, and everything involved, is holding you back.

Honey, designing and launching a website to make more money doesn’t have to be hard. And it certainly doesn’t need to cost a small fortune.

Imagine what it would be like if you...

      Could login to Wix and create your website with ease because you finally get it.

      Gained confidence in your design skills because you know what you’re doing.

      Could use your skills to maintain and grow your website.

 

      Felt excited to automate your business now that you have a place to do it.

      Saw limitless opportunity to make money from web design skills.

You’ve got to combine branding, the RIGHT COPY for your audience and a SIMPLE DESIGN to help solve a problem that CONVERTS CLIENTS.

Having a CLEAR CONCEPT is the key to STANDING OUT ONLINE.

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Design Like a Wix Expert is here to help you create a website that elevates your exposure.

If you want to…

       Uncover the mastered mindset of a designer.

       Master your Wix account.

       Design like an expert.

       Get familiar with the design tools within the Wix Editor.

       Optimize your visibility online.

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Design Like a Wix Expert is the course for you!

You're a perfect fit if...
You’ve toyed with a website, found it awkward, and walked away.
When it comes to your business, awkward is not endearing. Your website needs to be amazing and elevate your expertise—not squash it.
You know exactly what you want but can’t find your way around Wix.
Since you’re capable as all heck, all you need is someone to fill in the gaps—a little boost to help transform your design concept into a functional website.
You can’t afford to hire a professional.
Professional design service is beyond your budget, but you know you’re limiting your growth without a website.
You want to learn something new and gain design confidence.
Mastering the Wix Editor will do just that!
You’ve never designed before.
Doesn’t mean you can’t do it. You CAN do this, and I’ll show you just how easy it is.
You’re afraid to put your business online.
It’s important to be where the people are—and everyone’s online!
A professional website will showcase your products and services, increase visibility, and help establish your place in the industry.
You dream about staying home with your kids AND contributing to family finances.
It’s doable! Give yourself the freedom to grow into your perfectly designed life and do more of what you love.
You don’t have a business idea or skillset that you’re comfortable freelancing.
A high-level mastermind experience within a community of industry leaders ready to skyrocket their visibility, impact, and income is the push you need.
You’re a bit of a control freak.
That’s okay. Everyone needs help, accountability, and feedback when it comes to growing an online business.
You don’t think you need this.
Yet, you can’t seem to get that needle moving in the right direction. You’re posting like crazy all over social media but the right people aren’t showing up.

Oh snap, maybe we haven't met! I'm Tiffanie, the Founder + Creative Director of Design Like a Wix Expert!

 

I help creatives and entrepreneurs

move from social media to the world wide web with innovative and cohesive websites that raise their visibility, impact, and income.

You can get a proper intro here.

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Kayla Duffey

Photographer

“I wanted a website for a long time and could never get through the anxiety of creating a successful, easy to navigate site! A mutual friend, Katee, introduced us. We instantly connected over motherhood and small business chit-chat. When I discovered how knowledgeable and brilliant Tiffanie is when it comes to building beautiful websites that attract and convert clients, I booked her services. She was so easy to communicate with and created the most perfect website for my business! I cannot recommend her enough if you are looking to take your website from concept to cash!”

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Kerri Felder

Warehouse Carpets of Luthersville

"We had Tiffanie design a website for our family floor covering business in 2013 and were so pleased with her work. When it came time for a website update to align with new technologies, contacting her was a no brainer. She is hardworking, professional, creative, dependable, and our “go to” person for all things “techy.” If you’re in the market for web design, we would highly recommend Tiffanie!”

I’m taking 20-25 students. Doors close February 7 at 11:59 PM EST

Design Like a Wix Expert starts February 15.

A peek inside the course:

6-Week Course.

Weekly in-depth live training.

Weekly Q+A sessions.

Video and tutorial recordings.

Downloadable PDFs.

Tools + templates.

Weekly assignments.

Hot Seats.

Website audits + feedback.

Opportunity for done-for-you design.

Facebook group.

Supportive community.

Launch in 30 Days.

This course is a step-by-step guide through my signature Wix Design Methodology used to create multi-thousand-dollar websites at a fraction of the price. You get access to everything from in-depth worksheets and client exercises to proven processes used to design websites that convert.

Joining Design Like a Wix Expert also gives you support from me, plus every student inside. It’s like having your own personal cheer squad, encouraging you every step of the way.

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Mae Grace

Photographer

“Tiffanie is awesome. Not only is she the sweetest gal you’ll know, but she’s professional and thorough and passionate about her work. She worked tirelessly to make my website absolutely awesome. She’s quick to respond to questions, and she is transparent and clear about pricing and details. I’ve heard nothing but great things about my website since she has spiced it up for me! I can’t say enough great things about her.”

In this easy-to-digest online course, you will…

       Be in a small group of like-minded students.

       Get content determined by what YOU need help with and want to learn.

       Ask a ton of questions and get direct feedback—future students of the course will NOT have access at this level!

       Have the guidance and support you need to create a powerful and prosperous website.

Design Like A Wix Expert includes...

Prep Week (Email - Module 1): The Developing Mindset Matter of Design (even if you don’t consider yourself creative!) + Bonuses

Week 1 (Live Workshop – Module 2): Master Your Wix Account (learn your way around Wix, comfort is security!)

Week 2 (Live Workshop – Module 3): Design Like a Wix Expert (master the editor to establish your unique style!)

Week 3 (Short Live Workshop): Implementation Week

Week 4 (Live Workshop – Module 4): Sprinkle Your Site into the WWW (bring your brand to life by publishing and submitting your URL to Google!)

Week 5 (Live Workshop – Module 5): Boosting Your Site with Apps (boost your site’s performance!)

Week 6: Implementation Week with Live Hot Seats + More Bonuses

 

But wait, there's more...

Don't think I haven't included PRICELESS bonuses!

Exceptionally Valuable Bonus#1

GUEST EXPERT TRAININGS

Sales Secrets for Success with Digital Creator, Krissy Chin

Courageous Web Copy with Copywriter, Bevin Clempson

Content Planning with Social Media expert, Paige Paul

Photography Tips with expert Brand Photographer, Kayla Duffey

(Valued at $388)

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Bonus #2

TEMPLATES

Gain access to all the templates I've created and use for my design business including PSD templates for graphics, excel templates for project tracking, design templates for common pages that boost your site's exposure, a list of my favorite resources, and much more.

(Valued Over $108)

Bonus#3

EXCLUSIVE COMMUNITY ACCESS

Let’s keep going with exclusive access to my members-only community. Here we connect, encourage, and share wisdom with like-minded women entrepreneurs.

(PRICELESS)

 

Hey, go getter, move fast...

Enroll NOW to get a $1793 Value for Just One Low Payment of $397 or MakeTwo Low Payments of $239 Each.

(SAVE 17%)

$397

ONE-TIME PAYMENT

Get access to all 5 modules + all the BONUSES!

PAYMENT PLAN

$239

TWO-PAYMENTS

Make 2 payments and get all 5 modules + the BONUSES!

THAT'S A SAVINGS OF $1396

The Two-Payment option goes away at 11:55 pm on February 1 .

Warning: a massive amount of confidence and excitement is coming your way!

 

Those "What Ifs" and other FAQs

MYTH: It’s not safe to reopen schools until everyone is vaccinated.


FACT: Getting vaccinated will help everyone and ultimately return society — and schools — to normal once a majority of the population has some level of immunity to COVID-19. However, that process takes time, and keeping students out of school until that happens will be detrimental to their education. Young learners especially need to be in school in-person to learn basic skills like reading, phonics, and math that require a very hands-on approach. These fundamental skills must be taught to students in a specific manner that DPS educators are trained to do. When students of all ages are in school, they receive the attention they need and teachers ensure students are on-track and understand the curriculum. The CDC, Ohio Department of Health, and local health department have confirmed over and over again that schools are not a source of COVID-19 spread as long as all safety measures are followed. In fact, the Governor changed the quarantine guidelines for schools in late 2020 because it was determined that staff and students so rarely spread the virus when mask-wearing and a distance of at least 3 feet is consistently in place.




MYTH: Students should continue to learn from home until COVID-19 is eliminated.


FACT: Although there are both benefits and drawbacks to in-person and online learning in the COVID-era, most agree that the benefits of in-person learning largely outweigh the risks. Online learning has less oversight, more distractions, and students must be very self-motivated. On average, students tend to perform worse in online settings. Students have more success in an in-person environment because resources and teachers are available to them, their peers provide support, their day is structured and they know what is expected of them.
Read more about online vs. in-person learning.




MYTH: If there is high community spread, there will also be high spread in schools.


FACT: This is false. Schools are very rarely the source of virus spread when masks are worn and other safety measures are in place. Governor Mike DeWine recently announced changes to COVID-19 quarantine guidelines for schools because studies showed that as long as safety measures are in place in classrooms, the virus does not spread easily, even to those in close proximity to the infected person. "This evaluation confirms for us that Ohio's classrooms are a safe place for our students and that the commitment our schools have made to keeping kids safe in the classroom is working," Governor DeWine said.
When schools do have cases of COVID-19, it is most often because someone was exposed in the community or within their own household, not from being in school.




Latest Health Guidance / Information


Governor Mike DeWine
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Recognizing that in-person classroom learning is critical for supporting the educational and social development of children and adolescents, Governor DeWine has set a goal of reopening K-12 schools to in-person learning by March 1, 2021. DeWine announced at the end of 2020 that Ohio is changing its guidance regarding quarantines following an in-classroom exposure in K-12 schools. Moving forward, students and teachers exposed to a COVID-positive person in school are no longer required to quarantine as long as the exposure occurred in a classroom or bus setting and all students/teachers were wearing masks and following other appropriate protocols. "This evaluation confirms for us that Ohio's classrooms are a safe place for our students and that the commitment our schools have made to keeping kids safe in the classroom is working," said Governor DeWine. Schools should continue to require quarantines for exposed students in situations where masking and distancing protocols were not followed. The updated quarantine guidance does not apply to after-school activities, including sports.
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Click to learn more. Students and adults in K-12 schools may continue to attend in-person school, even if someone in a class contracts COVID-19, if the following conditions are met:

The school has documented COVID-19 prevention policies, including universal mask wearing, social distancing, handwashing, identification and management of students exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, and routine environmental cleaning and disinfection protocols.
  • The school has documented COVID-19 prevention policies, including universal mask wearing, social distancing, handwashing, identification and management of students exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, and routine environmental cleaning and disinfection protocols.
  • The exposure occurred within a classroom environment or while on required school transport (e.g., school bus).
  • The person with COVID-19 and any associated contacts were wearing face masks that covered their nose and mouth at all times.
  • If meals were consumed, a distance of at least 6 feet between students must have been maintained.
  • Social distancing was maintained.
In accordance with the American Academy of Pediatrics, desks should be placed at a minimum 3 feet apart. Students should not attend in-person school if they are exposed to COVID-19 outside the classroom, including during sports and other extracurricular activities, regardless of masking. To minimize the risk of introducing COVID-19 into the classroom setting, students and their parents or guardians should be advised to restrict their activities outside of the classroom, including gatherings with individuals outside of their household and activities where face masks cannot be safely or effectively worn. Montgomery County Department of Health Click to learn more. The Montgomery County Department of Health is following guidance from the Ohio Department of Health. By the week of February 1, vaccines are expected to be distributed to K-12 school employees in Montgomery County. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Click to learn more.
How easily a virus spreads from person to person can vary. The virus that causes COVID-19 appears to spread more easily than influenza but not as easily as measles, which is among the most contagious viruses known to affect people. To protect yourself, wear a mask over your mouth and nose, social distance, wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer when you cannot wash your hands. Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, along with these preventative measures, will offer the best protection against the virus. COVID-19 vaccines are now available throughout the U.S. These vaccines have been shown to be highly effective at preventing COVID-19. Based on what we know about vaccines for other diseases and early data from clinical trials, experts believe that getting a COVID-19 vaccine may also help keep you from getting seriously ill even if you do get COVID-19. Getting vaccinated may also protect people around you, particularly people at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19.




MYTH: It is pointless to return to school because not everyone will get the vaccine.


FACT: Vaccines are not mandated for staff or students because that is a choice an individual must make with his/her doctor based on specific medical circumstances and what is ultimately best for him/her. However, most people are excited to finally have a vaccine and the ability to take action to stop the virus in its tracks. Many DPS teachers, staff and administrators will receive the vaccine as soon as it is available to them. According to Ohio’s vaccine distribution schedule, adults who work in K-12 school can be vaccinated in Phase 1b, the upcoming phase after healthcare workers. By vaccinating school workers, the Governor intends for all schools to be able to reopen no later than March 1, 2021. Although students and families will be vaccinated later on, in accordance with Ohio’s vaccination plan, families can be confident that DPS staff members are taking steps toward protecting schools from the virus.




MYTH: Students should continue to learn from home until COVID-19 is eliminated.


FACT:
Although there are both benefits and drawbacks to in-person and online learning in the COVID-era, most agree that the benefits of in-person learning largely outweigh the risks. Online learning has less oversight, more distractions, and students must be very self-motivated. On average, students tend to perform worse in online settings. Students have more success in an in-person environment because resources and teachers are available to them, their peers provide support, their day is structured and they know what is expected of them. Read more about online vs. in-person learning in an Education Week article here.




MYTH: If there is high community spread, there will also be high spread in schools.


This is false. Schools are very rarely the source of virus spread when masks are worn and other safety measures are in place. Governor Mike DeWine recently announced changes to COVID-19 quarantine guidelines for schools because studies have shown that as long as safety measures are in place in classrooms, the virus does not spread easily, even to those in close proximity to the infected person. "This evaluation confirms for us that Ohio's classrooms are a safe place for our students and that the commitment our schools have made to keeping kids safe in the classroom is working," Governor DeWine said. When schools do have cases of COVID-19, it is most often because someone was exposed in the community or within their own household, not from being in school.




MYTH: Students will infect one another in classrooms.


FACT:

Classrooms are rarely a source of virus spread. However, safety protocols will still be in place in all classes.

These measures include:

  • Limiting the use of high-touch surfaces such as door knobs and sanitizing those surfaces frequently.
  • Washing and sanitizing hands often.
  • Sanitizing desks and chairs after each class.
  • No shared classroom supplies.
  • Seating students a safe distance from one another.
  • Wearing face masks.


*Students will be at least 3 feet apart at all times. Six-foot distancing in schools is not required or mandated by the state.




MYTH: If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, DPS will not inform me.


FACT:
If a student has been exposed to COVID-19 and requires quarantine, principals will notify parents via phone call, along with a text message, email and/or letter as soon as possible. This process has been in place since students first returned for hybrid instruction in November. For the number of positive cases at each school, view the district’s weekly COVID-19 reports for staff and students at DPSRestart.com (click the "COVID-19" tab). The reports provide the number of COVID-19 cases in each school and a district-wide total. The report is updated every 7 days. Due to federal privacy laws, the names of the staff/students affected cannot be shared.




MYTH: DPS does not follow COVID-19 safety measures and cannot safely reopen.


FACT:

Since staff first returned in May 2020, the district has followed all safety guidelines set forth by health authorities.

Here is a list of the latest health protocols followed by staff and students, which aligns with guidelines set forth by local health authorities:

  • Daily health screening
  • Mandatory mask-wearing
  • Social distancing enforced at all times
  • Plexiglass barriers in classrooms, cafeterias and offices where appropriate
  • Daily cleaning and sanitation of classrooms, restrooms, cafeterias, offices, etc.
  • High-touch surfaces, such as door knobs, handrails, light switches, sinks, soap dispensers, etc. are cleaned multiple times each day.
  • Frequent hand washing and hand sanitizing
  • No visitors permitted in any building
  • No shared school supplies
  • Desks and chairs sanitized after each class

The district is also well-prepared if students do return to in-person learning. At this time, the district has:

  • Distributed 4,445 bottles of hand sanitizer to schools.
  • Distributed 3,680 disposable masks, 13,201 reusable masks, and 14,401 face shields to schools and has more than 1,540 gallons of disinfectant on hand.
  • Distributed two disinfectant foggers and two electrostatic sprayers to each school, with an additional 20 sprayers on hand for replacements and emergencies.
  • Placed 6,370 signs in schools to encourage students and staff to follow all guidelines, to walk and stand 6 feet apart, to establish directional pathways on staircases and in hallways, and demonstrate proper handwashing. Signs are available in multiple languages.


*Please note: Due to changes in health recommendations from the CDC and local health authorities, DPS is no longer performing temperature checks each morning. It is important to note that not every patient with COVID-19 has a fever, and not every fever is related to COVID-19. We still ask students and staff to perform a symptom assessment before arriving each day. If symptoms of COVID-19 are present, staff and students must remain home and consult a doctor.




MYTH: DPS does not follow the COVID-19 quarantine rules.


FACT:
DPS has followed all quarantine guidelines since staff returned in May 2020 and works closely with the Montgomery County Department of Health for all contact tracing. Following the governor’s latest recommendations in December 2020:

  • Students do not need to quarantine if another student or staff member tests positive as long as masks were worn consistently and a safe distance was maintained. Studies have shown that the risk of virus transmission is very low in a classroom setting when safety measures are used, even to those in close proximity to the infected person.
  • Students exposed in their household must quarantine for 14 days.
  • Students exposed outside of their household must quarantine for 10 days. However, parents can choose to quarantine for the full 14 days.
  • Staff exposed in their household must quarantine for 14 days.
  • Staff exposed outside of the household must quarantine for 10 days (no COVID test).
  • Staff exposed outside of the household must quarantine for 7 days (with a negative COVID test; tested on day 5 or later).
*Please note: if a student has been exposed in their household or tests positive for COVID-19, all students living in that household must quarantine for 14 days. If a student tests positive for COVID-19, parents must report the case to the school immediately. School phone numbers can be found here.




MYTH: DPS has had widespread, uncontrolled COVID-19 cases in schools.


FACT:
This is simply false. All COVID-19 preventative measures and quarantine guidelines have been in place consistently and staff and students are not permitted to report to work or school if they are sick for any reason. DPS also has a consistently low percentage of students and staff with COVID-19. When students returned for hybrid instruction in November, virus spread remained very low. In fact, only 1.7% of staff (36 people out of 2,035) and 0.3% of students (21 students out of 6,205 who attended in-person) were diagnosed with COVID-19. Information about the current number of COVID-19 cases in schools is always available at DPSrestart.com. The information is updated weekly. Additionally, schools are very rarely the source of virus spread when masks are worn and other safety measures are in place. When individuals become infected, it is most often due to outside exposure from the community, not the classroom.




MYTH: The safety measures mentioned are not in place at my student’s school.


FACT:

Each school has a plan in place and has received more than enough supplies to maintain a safe environment. Schools are required to follow all COVID-19 safety protocols. If you have specific concerns about your school, please contact the principal to discuss the concern.




MYTH: Buses are not safe because students are too close together.


FACT:

DPS buses implement the same safety measures that classrooms do.
A barrier is in place to separate students from the driver, all surfaces are sanitized between rides, mask-wearing is mandatory and buses are loaded back to front so students do not cross one another’s path while entering or exiting the bus. Family members will sit near one another, and a seating chart will be created. When possible, windows and roof vents will be opened to allow for fresh air circulation.




MYTH: My student cannot wear a face mask all day.


FACT:

While masks must be worn a large majority of the time, mask breaks will be permitted by teachers as needed. Face shields can be worn when students are seated and appropriately distanced to allow for mask breaks.

We understand that wearing a mask may be difficult for those with sensory, cognitive, or behavioral issues and for young students who do not understand why they are being asked to wear a mask. Please be advised that teachers will work with these students. We also ask that parents please consider the CDC’s mask adaptations and alternatives in this instance.




MYTH: Students do not wear masks in the cafeteria to eat lunch, which makes it unsafe to return.


FACT: A combination of grab-and-go and hot meals will be provided to students to limit traffic flow. Students will also be seated at least 3 feet apart and will be separated by plexiglass barriers installed on cafeteria tables. Additional safety protocols may be in place for individual schools.




MYTH: Most schools are staying virtual OR Most schools are going back to in-person instruction.


FACT: Across the country, schools are embracing in-person, virtual and hybrid learning models. According to the Ohio Department of Education:

  • 239 (39.4%) Ohio school districts are operating with 5-day in-person return to classes.
  • 219 (36.1%) Ohio school districts are operating with a fully remote return to learning.
  • 149 (24.5%) Ohio school districts are operating with a hybrid or in-person and remote return to learning.
Many schools are holding in-person classes while offering an online option for those who prefer that route or who require it for health reasons. Source *Data compiled 01/07/21. Information is subject to frequent change and does not represent an official categorization by the Ohio Department of Education.





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Sydney Helms

The Sydney Brand

"I had a specific vision in mind when it came to rebranding my salon companies. In my search, a close friend recommended Tiffanie. She was, indeed, the perfect person for the job. From the first time I spoke with her, she just got it. She understood that I wanted more than just a website, but that I wanted all of my projects to speak the same language to my customers. She built the site from scratch and fulfilled all of my must haves - plus way more than I even knew I wanted. She is efficient which is very important to me and was great communicator through the entire project. Very reliable and extremely talented in her field. She is now on staff, working with my team monthly to help with all my IT needs. Everyone needs a Tiffanie on their team!!!! Highly recommend her to any and everyone!"

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I can't wait to see you inside my course!

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