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My new website and how to plan for your therapist or natural health website

This post is part 2 of a 2-part series where I describe the process of getting my website redesigned and offer tips for getting a new  natural health or therapist website design. In part 1 of this article, I discussed several issues around website planning, targeting your audience, and the types of website content to include… READ MORE

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If you are a regular visitor to my website, you may have noticed that my site has been re-designed. You can check out the home page here.  I’m thrilled with how it turned out and have been receiving lots of positive comments on it. I hope you like it too. Because getting a natural health or… READ MORE

Are You Using Social Proof on Your Natural Health or Therapy Website? thumbnail

Are you using any methods of social proof on your therapy or natural health website? If you’re like a lot of therapists and natural health business, you are likely not using any…and if you’re not, you’re missing out on attracting more clients and customers. Before I go any further… Let’s define social proof: Social proof… READ MORE

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Blogging is a powerful tool to help you build trusting relationships with your potential clients and to become noticed by a wider audience. It is also an essential method of marketing online. Yet, many therapist and holistic practitioners still don’t have blogs that they post to on a regular basis. One of the main stumbling… READ MORE

5 Ways to Overcome Overwhelm by  Prioritizing Marketing Tasks thumbnail

It’s easy to become overwhelmed marketing your private practice because there is always an ongoing list of things to do. As soon as you cross one thing off your list, there's another task that must be added. Unfortunately, it never ends. Prioritizing is a skill that must be learned if you want to succeed effectively… READ MORE

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There was a time when as a therapist or holistic practitioner, you only needed to put up a website and list on a few private practice directories, and you could generate a decent amount of traffic to your site. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case anymore. The web has changed a lot since those days and… READ MORE

3 Ways to Increase Engagement on Facebook thumbnail

A while back I wrote an article discussing the benefits of having a Facebook page as a way to increase exposure for your therapy or holistic business. This article focuses on the importance of engagement on Facebook. What is Engagement? Engagement refers to the act of “liking” “commenting on” and “sharing” other people’s posts on… READ MORE

The Best Counselor Intro Video I’ve Seen thumbnail

Videos have quickly become a means to satisfy web user’s needs for making purchases, acquiring information and advice, and of course, for entertainment. By 2017, according to Cisco, videos will account for at least 69% of consumer Internet traffic. It may happen even sooner than that. There are many different types of videos that you… READ MORE

Skeptical About the Benefits of a Facebook Page for Your Therapy Practice? thumbnail

In a recent article, “Which Social Media Platforms Should You Use for Your Therapy or Holistic Practice?”, I recommended that if you don’t already have a Facebook Business Page, you might want to start one. Even though Facebook has been getting an increasing amount of flack for showing fewer and fewer posts in the newsfeed… READ MORE

Which Social Media Platforms Should You Use for Your Therapy or Holistic Practice? thumbnail

Previously, I explored the question of whether using social media is worth your time and effort for marketing your therapy or holistic practice. If you do decide to use social media as part of your plan for increasing exposure of your private practice and attracting clients, you might feel overwhelmed about which platforms you should… READ MORE

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“Working with you made such a huge difference! I now have a full caseload, and they are exactly the kind of counselling clients I want. Before, about 30% of the people who called for therapy fit my target niche, and now about 95% of them do.”

Judy Lyon, Trauma Therapist & Addiction Recovery Therapist, Surrey, BC, www.judylyoncounselling.com

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