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 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.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss the best days and times to publish blog posts, whether it’s a good idea to have 2 websites when you have 2 separate, but related businesses, and how to go about choosing a name for a Facebook business page.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answer questions about how to create a free opt-in offer, what considerations need to be made when contracting out to other counsellors, and explain the difference between the terms “marketing activities” “marketing tactics” and “marketing strategy”.
In this episode Juliet and Clinton answer questions about how to market a group practice with associates, how long it takes to market a nutritional practice, and how long blog posts should be.
In this episode Juliet & Clinton answered questions about what is involved in doing a podcast, discussed possible niches for a woman who had a list of possibilities, and discussed whether one should have keywords in their domain name.
In episode 10 Juliet & Clinton discuss how being certified in research supported clinical treatment methods can help when marketing a therapy private practice and if Pinterest is a useful marketing tool. They also define what content marketing is and how to use it effectively to market a business.Continue Reading …
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer therapists and natural health businesses questions on how to keep momentum going when marketing, what focus to have on a blog when you are a generalist in private practice, and what the best methods of marketing are.Continue Reading …