In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer the following questions: 1) How do people come up with ideas for blog posts on a regular basis? 2) Should I have blog posts on my blog when my new site goes up? 3) What are the pros and cons of accepting guest posts on my blog?
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In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer the following questions: 1) Is it true that you can get more traffic to your website from Google if you have a blog? 2) How should I share my blog posts on social media? 3) Is it possible to have a blog if I am a generalist?
In episode 85 Juliet and Clinton discuss the following questions: 1) What process do you use to plan and deliver a project? 2) How can I ensure my clients can’t see my personal information on Facebook? 3) How can I get started with guest blogging?
In this episode, Juliet and Clinton answer these questions: What do you need to do to get traffic from Google besides blog, how do you know when a website is outdated and needs to be updated, and is it better to create a website based on a competitive niche that you want to work with, or find a less competitive one.
In episode 66 Clinton & Juliet created 3 questions on the theme of blogging. They were: 1) How can you write a blog when you are not a good writer? 2) How often should you blog? And 3) Is it better to blog on your website or on a social media platform?
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In episode 65, Juliet and Clinton answer questions about how use webinars to build an email list, whether it is better to publish an ebook or a print book, and how to turn a workshop into a paid online course.
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. Continue Reading …
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.
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