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How to Increase Traffic Your Private Practice Website (Join the Free Challenge)

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…
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. In this post we’ll go over what Rich Pins are exactly and how to get started using them on your own Pinterest profile and private practice website.
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How To Set Up Pinterest Rich Pins for Your Private Practice Website

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. In this…
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.
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Why Your Private Practice NEEDS To Be On Pinterest

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? So,…
In this post I’ll share with you some simple steps you can take to help you get clear on who your ideal client and blogging audience is to make writing blog posts easier.
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Blogging for Therapists: How to Find Your Niche

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…
Understanding your audience is critical to the success of your private practice. Web traffic stats give you a clear picture of who is visiting, where they’re coming from, how long they’re on your site, and so much more. And with Google Analytics, all of this information is free!
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Getting Started with Google Analytics

Understanding your audience is critical to the success of your private practice. Web traffic stats give you a clear picture of who is visiting, where they’re coming from, how long they’re on your site, and so much more. And with Google Analytics,…
Online directories are often the first place a therapist will go to get their services out into the world. They can be a great source for new clients coming into your private practice especially when starting out.

The Ultimate List of Online Directories for Therapists

Online directories are often the first place a therapist will go to get their services out into the world. They can be a great source for new clients coming into your private practice especially when starting out. Even before she had a…
Learn how a simple facelift changed this therapy website
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What A Simple Facelift Can Do For Your Private Practice Website

I never get tired of seeing a new website come to life for my clients. It brings me so much joy to take their ideas, their content, and their creative input and then turn that into a website that reflects both their personality as well as the…
Examples of amazing therapist about pages

Websites for Therapists: 10 Examples of Amazing About Pages

Your About page is one of the most important pages on your private practice website. Because it be one of the most visited pages on your website, it’s vital that your About page helps you stand out. Your About page is a place where potential…
Why I'm starting a Facebook group for therapists
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Why I'm Starting A Facebook Group for Therapists

If you’ve read the title of this post, you already know the news: I’m starting a Facebook group. Now, with so many groups for therapists already in existence, you may be wondering why the heck I would do such a thing? This post will…
How to diversify your private practice income

How To Diversify Your Income for Private Practice Success

Guest post by L. Gordon Brewer, Jr., MEd. LMFT All of us want to be paid for what we do. When a therapist goes into practice, there are essentially two basic ways a person can be paid for what they do. One is to be employed by an agency…