It can be frustrating to work so hard on your private practice website, write blog after blog, only to find that no one can find you in Google via SEO.
But optimizing each blog post for search engines can be extremely time consuming and frustrating as well.
We’ve covered a lot on the topic of SEO over the last few weeks and today I’m going to give you some practice things you can do to start optimizing your website for search engines.
We’ve touched on some of these strategies, but today you’ll walk away with 5 simple things you can do.
By simple, I mean, you can get started today and apply these steps to each and every blog post and webpage you create.
Specifically, we’ll discuss on-page SEO strategy for your private practice.
These are all the things you can do on each page of your therapy website to let Google know what the content is all about, helping you rank for the keywords your clients are searching for.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- What on-page SEO is and why you need it if you want to get traffic from Google
- 5 things you can do today to optimize your blog posts and webpages for search engines
This episode is brought to you by my mini-course, A Little Course About SEO.
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In this training, you’ll learn 10 crucial things you can do to help boost your page rank in Google and drive more traffic to your private practice website.
This training will help you reduce the time spent optimizing each piece of content you create, feel confident knowing your web page or blog post has what it needs to rank in Google, and quickly help you get found by potential clients.
You’ll know exactly what’s important to Google and publish SEO optimized content EVERY time.
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