In this episode Juliet and Clinton answered questions about how to market a therapy business without appearing desperate for clients, how to write interesting text on your therapy website, and the different ways to market at the beginning of your business vs later when your practice or business is more established.
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Questions Answered in Episode 36
In this episode for therapists and holistic businesses, Juliet and Clinton answer the following questions:
1. Sheran Lees – Maric Reflections Counselling – Kincumber, NSW
“How can I further promote my business apart from on Facebook without appearing desperate for clients?”
2. Angela – Austin, Texas
“I am having a difficult time writing the text for my website. I have so many different clients I work with that I can’t seem to write it. I work with individuals, addiction, relationships, grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, etc.
I also have many modalities that I use and I want to write about them. I keep going in circles. I write some text, then I delete it as it sounds so boring. I want to say something unique and different from what everyone else is saying. Do you have any tips for doing that?”
3. Leona Dawson Clinical Hypnotherapist & Counsellor – Sydney, Australia
“I’ve got a couple beginning Marketing questions: What are the key differences re: marketing at the different stages of the business? For example, a new therapist just launching and trying to attract clients vs an established therapist just wanting to top up a fairly stable base?”
- Blab – new live streaming video platform
- Therapy Websites: 7 Tips to Get Your New Website Off To A Strong Start – blog by Kat Love