In this episode, Juliet and Clinton’s guest – web designer, Kat Love, answers the following questions: 1) What are the top 3 elements of good website design? 2) What are the most common design mistakes you see on therapist websites? And 3) What design features are more likely to get users to take action?
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss how to use LinkedIn to attract therapy clients, how therapists can manage a private practice, market consistently and create products to sell all at the same time, and how to get more people to subscribe to an email list.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss which data is the most important to track in Google Analytics, what types of online products are best for therapists and wellness businesses to create, and how many email subscribers one needs to sell an ebook.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton discuss whether it is worth marketing on Facebook, whether an online course or an ebook can get more sales, and how to make videos for an online course private.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss whether therapists should hire search engine companies to help their therapy websites rank higher, whether therapists can benefit from using Periscope, and whether one can have both a general website and a niche focused website.
In episode 51, Juliet and Clinton discuss how therapists with more experience can charge higher fees, the best way to add a second niche to one’s practice, and if Instagram is a useful platform for therapists.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton discuss and how one should go about changing the name of their therapy Facebook page. They also provide tips for creating a marketing plan and define email list segmentation and explain how do it.
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton address the following questions: how to set up a survey to find out which online course might get the most sales, how to market a naturopath business after taking a break, and if one should give up marketing on Facebook.
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”.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answer questions about whether therapists should start a website or blog when they are still a student, how to notify potential clients that there is an opening when they have been on a wait list, and whether therapists should use affiliate marketing.
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.