In episode 83 of The Ask Juliet and Clinton Show, Juliet and Clinton answer questions about how to encrypt emails for security, how to regain one’s website ranking after ones website has been taken down, and the best way to create an ebook.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton find out if therapists are using Instagram, what to do if someone has copied your blog post, and the benefits of having a Facebook group.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer questions about the best business structure for adding associates to a practice, what content to put in a flyer, and the best way to respond to a potential client who contacts via email.
In episode 60 Juliet and Clinton discuss whether it is ethical to get someone to write articles for your blog, whether working with men who have suffered the loss of a child is too small for a therapy niche, and the ideal length for blog posts.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton discuss the tools needed when starting an online course, how narrow one’s therapy niche should be, and define the term, “content curation”.
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In episode 41, Juliet and Clinton discuss the pros and cons of using a personal name vs a business name for a therapy practice, how to distinguish between personal requests and business requests on Facebook, and how a copywriter can write website copy while maintaining the client’s voice.
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In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer questions about whether the frequency of newsletters has to match the frequency of posting blog posts, how to write website copy that is not boring and doesn’t sound like everyone else’s. Finally, they explain what “re-marketing” is.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss how to manage your time when your therapy practice is full so that you can work on your business, how much copy you should have on a therapist website, and if you should put fees on your website.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss how to create images for your social media accounts and blog, how to write a compelling directory listing for Psychology Today and other counseling directories, and how to convert a slide presentation into a video and use it to promote a therapy practice.