In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer the following questions: 1) How do I organize blog posts when I blog on different topics? 2) How many therapy directories should I be listed on? 3) How can I get more people to open my emails?
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton discuss how much one should spend on business set up costs, what kind of photos one should use on a website, and how long it is ethical to keep a potential client on a wait list.
In episode 45, Juliet and Clinton discuss whether you should put fees on our website for a hypnotherapy practice, what to talk about on Periscope, and how to prevent your therapy website from getting hacked.
In episode 44, Juliet and Clinton discuss how much one should budget for Google Adwords, how to get people to sign up for a group, and how to start an online store when you have had a retail store selling natural supplements.
In episode 43, Juliet and Clinton discuss the pros and cons of single vs double opt-in when email marketing, how to avoid infringement of copyright laws when referring to other’s content, and how to set up an associate in a therapy practice.
In episode 42, Juliet and Clinton discuss whether one should have a niche early in a therapy practice, whether Facebook marketing works for a psychotherapy practice, and define a “call to action.”
Episode 041: What are the pros and cons of using a personal name vs a business name for a therapy practice?
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.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answered questions about how to market online counselling, how to measure Return on Investment (ROI) online, and how to price services in a community with high unemployment.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answered questions about how to reach potential clients on Facebook without promoting the posts, how to address ethical issues when promoting a Facebook page, and how to get more clients from a website.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answered questions about how to recruit therapy clients for training programs, how to measure the accuracy of “too broad” vs “too narrow” when considering a niche, and how to avoid the ups and downs that frequently occur in the number of counselling clients or customers that you attract.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answered questions about which marketing ideas to focus on when you have many, how to get your counselling blog seen by a larger audience, and economical ways to get help updating a therapy or natural health website.