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Ok, so I’ve seen it over and over in the Facebook groups…
Therapists are starting their journey into private practice and they know they need a website.
So the first question always seems to be… “what platform is best? Wix? Squarespace? WordPress?”
It seems like the first logical step, right?
They know WHY they need a website so they move right into the HOW of building one.
I do the same thing a lot in my own business when I’m trying to solve marketing challenges.
I get an idea or I know I need to pursue something that will bring growth, but I get tripped up in all the HOW I’ll deliver it.
Here’s the thing…
Squarespace, Wix, WordPress, your nephew Jimmy who knows how to make websites, etc….
They’re all just tools that will essentially get you the same thing… a website.
So why not just choose the cheapest and easiest one and call it a day and move on, right?
Because I know you’re better than that, friend.
In this episode of the Private Practice Elevation Podcast, I share with you a new way to look at this old question of website platforms to help you find the best one for you and your situation.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- The one question that I see successful, driven, growth-oriented private practice owners ask that the ones who are content with the status quo don’t
- How to backtrack from your goals to help you understand which website platform is best for you
- Which platform we use for all our custom therapy websites and why
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