If you’re in private practice or selling any types of products or services that can help others, you NEED to have a website. But what should you include on your website and, just as importantly, what shouldn’t be on your website? What does your website need to have and do in order for you to be successful?
There was a time not long ago, when just having a private practice website would set a therapist apart from the majority of his or her peers. But now that the majority of therapists in private practice have websites and more and more are setting them up every day, just having a website is not enough. Your website has to work harder to set you apart from your competition and get your visitors to take action.
Fortunately, just because your website has to work harder doesn’t mean you have to…
In this STAR Training, Sean Armstrong will take you step by step through the process he uses to create appealing and compelling websites that have led to his clients growing their practices by 10%, 25%, 50%, and even 100% and more, including:
- How to decide what pages your website needs and where to put them
- What pages NOT to include on your website
- What your site’s “Home” page must do and why
- What you NEED to say on each page of your site and HOW to say it
- Why every page of your site needs a “call to action”
- How to track your website’s results quickly and easily so you know what’s working and what isn’t
Whether you’re getting ready to create your first website or your third, or are just looking to make sure your current site is doing what it needs to do, it’s time you take the guesswork out of planning a successful website and make sure your website is working harder for you by finding out…
What Your Therapy Website Must Have and Do