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Resources For Therapy Practice Growth
How to Avoid Bad SEO Practices that Harm your SEO Ranking
February 2, 2017
Search engine optimization (SEO) is about much more than keywords. You may be already using targeted keywords to improve search results for your therapy website, but is your SEO perfect?
Therapist Blog Tips For Increasing Engagement and Practice Growth
January 30, 2017
When you create a therapist blog, there's one thing you must remember – most other good therapists already have a blog.
Twitter Marketing Tips For Therapists and Practice Managers
January 27, 2017
Twitter is a simple but powerful marketing tool for therapists. It’s an effective way for you to share news with your audience, respond to questions, and inspire people to become your clients.
3 Proven Advertising Ideas For Your Therapy Practice
June 2, 2016
These are some of the most cost-effective advertising options to attract new clients and help more people!
Marketing Ideas For Your Therapy Practice
May 24, 2016
Advice from a Google Software Engineer with 14 years of experience. It’s all about how Google works and will give you great marketing ideas!
The Definitive SEO Guide for Therapists
April 26, 2016
This monster guide will tell you everything you need to know about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for your therapy practice!
How Many Clients Does An Average Therapist Have?
April 5, 2016
It depends on degree levels, revenue streams, and overall priorities. But each of these factors affect how many clients a therapist has!
How To Build Your Cash-Only Private Counseling Practice
April 4, 2016
The fundamentals we’ve observed and researched when it comes to building your cash-only private therapy practice.
Psychotherapy Practice Names: Getting It Right In 5 Steps
March 31, 2016
Your therapy practice name will be the first information a potential new client learns about you. What should your name communicate to a client? In what areas do you specialize?
6 Psychotherapy Marketing Mistakes To Avoid
February 11, 2016
You became a psychotherapist to help people in their time of need, not to spend all of your time on marketing. We understand that, and we hope to make it easier for you