Request A Virtual Web Coaching Session

Virtual Web Coach

Virtual Web Coaching
Christopher Bennetts
CEO The Virtual Webmaster

Thank you for your interest in Virtual Web Coaching

Talking to Small Business owners and helping them to discover new options, and explore new opportunities for their business, is one of the things I enjoy the most.

STEP 1 – Select your preferred meeting time and platform

Select a date and time in the calendar and provide information on your preferred meeting platform.

All bookings are considered tentative until the booking request form below is received and accepted.

STEP 2 – Tell us what you want to get out of the coaching session

To ensure you get the most out of the session, tell me about any specific challenges, concerns or areas of interest you want to cover.

Complete the Request Form below as best you can. The more information you can provide, the more I will be able to help you, and it will also give me an opportunity to do my homework to make sure that I can provide you with the most up-to-date information. I may request more information prior to the coaching session.

Virtual Web Coaching Booking Request


  • The full legal name of your Business / Organisation. If you are a sole trader, then enter your trading name.

  • Enter details for your preferred Instant Messaging or Video conferencing Application.





  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Your message will be stored securely on the server, it will not be transmitted by email or any other insecure method.

Looking for our phone number and office address?

We were already Virtual before social distancing made the word trendy.

The Virtual Webmaster is a registered Australian business established in 2017, we don’t have a physical office you can visit, and we don’t have a receptionist to take your calls, we don’t even have a business phone number. We actually cancelled our 1800 number over two years ago along with our CBD virtual office address and professional answering service. We found that almost all inquires came via online channels to a point where maintaining them was just an unnecessary expense and time waster.