Paying attention to your digital assets and online presence is about more than just getting new clients. It is the first (and sometimes last) impression your community may have about your organization.
If moving your intake paperwork and other forms into the digital world has left you feeling overwhelmed, confused, or uncertain, this article can help! We want to make sure that whether you’re just starting your private practice, or have been in business for years but have just made the decision to move your paperwork online, that you get it right from the beginning.
When you’re dealing with starting up your own private practice and all that goes with it, building your website might not be too high on your priority list. You know you need one, of course – but is it really all that important?
Have you ever wondered how you can keep visitors on your website? Here are some tips on how to do that effectively without breaking the bank!
Building your own website and having a professional develop it for you is a very important decision that you need to make before you take on other digital marketing strategies for your business. But what are the factors that you need to consider before making a decision?
“I don’t have time for all that computer stuff, I focus on people.” Technology can feel like the enemy when it sucks our time or when our systems are so complicated we are distracted from our higher work. But in 2020, people insist on using technology to find you, interact with you and even praise you.