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Engage your website visitors immediately before they disappear! – Therapist Marketing Tip #3

Engage your website visitors immediately before they disappear! – Therapist Marketing Tip #3

| March 28, 2015

After describing how most visitors scan websites according to an “F” pattern, Therapist Marketing Tip #2 recommended taking advantage of this well-established behavior in the design and layout of your site. Does your current homepage defy or fail to capitalize on the “F” pattern? Are you considering a redesign as a result? If the answer […]

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Why you need an ‘F’ to have an A+ website – Therapist Marketing Tip #2

Why you need an ‘F’ to have an A+ website – Therapist Marketing Tip #2

| March 17, 2015

According to the latest research, more than 70 percent of people will go online to check out a prospective health-care practitioner before booking an appointment. What will these potential clients discover when they get to your site? Is it easy to navigate and helpful or is it difficult to navigate and uninformative? How people interact […]

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Take your website to the next level – Therapist Marketing Tip #6

Take your website to the next level – Therapist Marketing Tip #6

| October 25, 2012

Last week’s Therapist Marketing Tip #5 suggested you take an impartial look at the copy on your website.  If it doesn’t effectively connect and inform those who are visiting you may want to consider some changes. You could edit the content, to make it easier to read and more effective at answering the questions most […]

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Is your website chasing away clients? Therapist Marketing Tip 5

Is your website chasing away clients? Therapist Marketing Tip 5

| October 18, 2012

With a large percentage of people searching the internet for health information, the therapist’s website is now a key point of contact with potential clients Make sure the message on your website is drawing them to you, not chasing them away. Try viewing your front page from a potential client’s perspective, ideally have someone else look […]

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