I need to create/redesign a somewhat interactive website that works as an "accountability journal" or program that I created. The program tracks 5 daily activities/STEPS. It is a website for Personal Growth and Self Help....The consumer will pay for 2-3 months of journaling that is stored on the site and allows the user to look back and see how good they did and hopefully gets them to continue to pay for the service at a monthly charge.
[url removed, login to view] is the current WP site and I have typically sold the ebook to the customer, and gave them 8 pages/weeks that they would track their progress...this allowed them to both Visually see how many STEPS they were taking but also triggered that Kinesthetic learning by shading in the footstep. So the primary entries the customer would be inputting would be a "shaded footstep" to signify their accomplishment for the day and eventual week.
There are some websites and apps that are for journaling and weight loss that I have seen that incorporate this type of interaction. The site needs to have a shopping cart/ecommerce, we need to have an affiliate program, Blog, and of course storage of their information that they can access and print for their records. We could even do some type of Forum to allow consumers to communicate with other members using the site and are struggling with weight loss, health issues, personal growth, etc....
i hope this makes sense, you'd probably have to go to the site to get a better understanding on what I need.
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