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.
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Questions Answered in Episode 24
1. Mark – Laurence, Kansas
“Thanks for offering this podcast. I’m learning a lot! I am trying to post on social media – Twitter and Facebook mostly, but I find it takes so much time to find information and to create my own posts. I’d like to post images but I don’t have a clue how to do that and can’t imagine finding the time to do learn. Any advice you have on how you find the time to post to social media would be appreciated.”
2. Jan, new psychotherapist from Portland, Oregon
“I am new to private practice and have been told I should list my therapy practice on Psychology Today. I’m trying to write the copy for my profile, but the word count is quite limited. What are some of the most important things I should mention in my listing to make sure I get the best results?”
“I listened to your show where you talked about video marketing. I have a slide presentation that I did for a talk I did on how couples can improve their communication. I was wondering how I might use it to promote my therapy practice. Could I could turn it into a video? Should I post it on my website as it is and maybe on social media? If you could explain how I might make use of this that would be great.”
- Free Stock Photos: 74 Best Sites To Find Awesome Free Images
- Create Awesome Images With My 3 Favorite Visual Creation Tools [With Videos] – Juliet’s blog post on how to use some of the free image creation tools
- Psychology Today – online directory for North American therapists
- Australia Counselling – online directory for therapists
- Haiku Deck – online presentation software