Getting people to show up to their private practice website is one of the greatest frustrations I hear from therapists.
I mean, why put all this effort into building your website if no one’s even going to visit it?
And how are you supposed…
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Rich Pins allow Pinterest to display extra information about you and your website when pinning content from your website. It’s a great way to stand out on Pinterest and makes it easier to drive traffic back to your therapy website.
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Pinterest isn’t just for recipes, workout plans, and dream weddings. It’s actually a great way to drive traffic to your private practice’s website.
Did you know that Pinterest is the second largest driver of traffic, second only to Facebook?
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When you begin to create a blog for your private practice, your first question may be “What on earth should I write about?” quickly followed by “Where do I begin?”
But when it comes to blogging, there is another question that’s an…
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One of the biggest website challenges therapists face is actually getting web traffic to their private practice website.
What’s the point in even having a website if no one is viewing it right?
Well, in this post I’ll share with you…
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Using images on your private practice website is a great way to make your site look pretty, but it’s also a great chance to improve your SEO (search engine optimization). There are a few things you can do when adding images to your website…
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