Client Attracting Websites

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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 […]

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Website Copywriting Checklist for Therapists and Healers

A while ago I wrote a 25 Point Website Checklist for Therapist and Healing Professionals. I included some points on copywriting in that list. Below, I’ve now created a more detailed copywriting checklist to help ensure the copy on your therapy or holistic website is attracting as many clients as possible. But before we get […]

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To help you be more successful this year in attracting clients via your website, I have put together a 25-point website checklist. Check it out below. Professional Design and User Friendly Layout 1. Your website looks professional. If you want to attract more of your ideal clients, you need to present a strong first impression. […]

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A while back I wrote an article called, “Enough of the Awful-Looking Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Therapist Websites” that focused on how many poorly designed therapist and healing practitioner websites there are out there. I decided to create this video to show some well-designed websites. Actually, I had a hard time finding some well-designed and up-to-date websites […]

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Awful DIY Therapist Websites

I have done a lot of therapist website critiques over the past few months. And while I am pleased to say that I’ve seen some therapist websites that are well designed, many were DIY (do it yourself) websites that could be improved upon immensely in terms of how they look. Just to be clear–I am not […]

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Your new counseling website is up and you are very excited. The first thing you do is send it to the people you know for feedback. While it is fine to do this, you have to proceed very carefully with the feedback you receive. Here’s some of the comments you might get that won’t necessarily […]

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In this 12-minute video, I critique a 2-niche therapist’s website. In the video I discuss the implications of having a 2-niche website as well as commenting on the copy and some usability issues. Watch the video of the therapist website below and feel free to leave any comments or questions in the comments below. Want […]

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The Client-Attracting Therapist Website

Your therapy website can be seen as the hub of a wheel–the center or foundation of all your marketing activities. Most people who become clients will have been to your website first and will have chosen you because your website resonated with their struggles and offered some hope that you might be able to help. In […]

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Below is a video interview I did with my colleague, Clinton Power on therapist website trends. Once your website is up, you’ll need to keep up to date with the evolving web if you want to continue to attract clients in the long haul. In the video, I discuss 6 website trends that will help ensure […]

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When I  write website copy (content) for my therapist and healing practitioner clients, one of the areas they struggle with is describing how they are unique from others in their profession. I often hear things like, “I do the same thing as other therapists,”  or “Well, I don’t want to brag or be competitive,” or […]

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