Your “About” page” is the gateway to that relationship. No matter how amazing your content is, the readers you have attracted to your brand and personality are the ones who make you successful. So it makes sense that your “About” page should be unlike the millions blogs that are started across the globe every single month. Here are 11 elements you could utilize in building a Super-Star About page.





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Written by lyceum
2340 days ago

Neil: Thanks for your feedback. Have you tested Formspring.me in the past?

I think I will add "7 things about..." meme to my About me page! ;)



Written by thestevenjwilson
2340 days ago

Hey Ilene,

This was a nice one by your guest. For me about pages are hard. Something about talking about yourself!

I'm definitely headed in the Neil Patel route for my about page.

Thanks



Written by lyceum
2341 days ago

Have you tested an interactive About page with a FAQ section? I have used Formspring.me, but it seems that the site has morphed into a new kind of social site (spring.me). I am looking for a new alternative way of telling my story. How about Quora or a Wikipedia page?



Written by Ileane
2341 days ago

Martin, I've never seen an FAQ page as part of the About page. I would keep them separate or add the FAQ to the contact back but not on the About page.



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