Your website is the most important marketing asset you have to reach new clients for your private practice and grow your business.
A website helps you reach your potential clients by giving them the information they require in order to trust you with their challenges.
It also gives you total freedom to connect with clients, to share your personality through photography, videos or blog posts, creating a bond before the first session even begins.
A great-looking website can also give your practice a professional edge, helping you to stand out as an expert in your field, fully qualified to lead your clients through the transformation they seek.
One study showed that 94% of people cited web design as the reason they mistrusted or rejected a website. (Source: Tyton Media)
Yikes! 94% is a lot of people!
So yes, a website is important and can be a catalyst for growing your practice.
But when it comes to getting a website in place, you basically have two options: build it yourself or hire someone else to do it.
You may find yourself ready to take the plunge and finally get a website up for your private practice.
Before you embark on this journey, there are a few things you can consider when trying to decide:
“Am I going to DIY this therapy website?” or “Am I ready to hire out?”
So in this episode, I share my thoughts about some of the reasons why you’d either want to build a website yourself or hire a professional.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- Why having a great therapy website is step one for marketing your private practice
- The three reasons when building a website yourself is the best option
- Four things to consider when deciding whether to hire out your private practice website project
Get a custom private practice website that gets you more clients.
If you think you’re ready to invest in a new website to help you reach your private practice goals, fill out the application to get started. We’ll take a look at your application and if you’re a good fit for our services, we’ll schedule a time to chat and talk about your goals and how a website can help you achieve them.
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