I help women stop settling, get real about their relationships and gloriously transform their outlook on love.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
10/10: I give this a 10! It is clear and I love the professional picture. It’s bright, colorful and you make your point.
8/10: Great niche! What does it look like to “get real about their relationships and transform their outlook on love?” Are these the words your people use?
10/10:v I like it a lot. Very clear on who you help and what you help them with.
9/10 I love the introduction bubble. I love that your pose in the photo is strong, implying that women can be strong and yet be in a loving relationship. . . that we can set the terms of the relationship.
9/10: Clean, clear and fun.
“Hi I’m Jenn” by introducing yourself first is socially an act of taking charge. “Stop settling” is the pivotal concept of the entire page and its strategically right in the centre. This is a very extroverted approach to transformation. So, extroverts may be your niche or introverts who wannabe extroverts, which is it?
10/10: Great attitude, girl!
6/10: Very powerful name, but I wasn’t clear what I would get from this. What does “get real” mean for example, “gloriously transform.” I would give this a 6, even though I really liked the visuals.
10/10: I give this a 10. She’s talking about women who settle for less. And its exactly what they need.
7.5/10: Hi Jenn, stop settling. . .? I like the “get real.”
10/10: Colourful, I love your introduction in the bubble. Also you look very authoritative which makes me feel like you confident and in charge all because your hands are on your hips 🙂
8/10: 8/10 Miss Jenn!! You’re getting there! Still feel like more clarity on “transform their outlook on love” would help – what does that mean, really?
10/10: FUCK YES.
Jenn Scalia‘s Reflections:
Thanks so much for taking the time out to give me feedback. It is much appreciated and gave me some things to think about. You are awesome!
The Revised Niche: