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How To Write Your Ideal Profile Description
Your profile description is invaluable in establishing new client relationships. Here you can find out why, and also read how you can present yourself in the best way.
How To Create A Brilliant Profile Photo
With your profile photo being the first point of contact between you and your potentially new clients we'd like to help you take a great one.
How To Make A Brilliant Personal Video
Adding a video to your profile can really make you stand out and will engage your clients immediately.
What's Unique About You?
Finding your place in the noisy world of the Internet is a must in order to make your practice successful
How People Seek Help Online
With more and more people relying on the Internet to find answers to delicate questions we'd like to give you an overview of how people currently search for information about therapy and how they seek help.
Is Your Home Page Good Enough?
Whether you already have a website or are planning on launching one this guide will provide you with all the things you need to consider in making the most out of it.
Social Media Fundamentals For Therapists
Social Media is a huge component of our daily routines. Here's everything you need to know in order to get up to speed with this.
Grow Your Practice on Twitter
This section will show you how to expand your business and your network through Twitter
How Therapists Should Use Facebook
How to maintain your professionalism and create the necessary boundaries on Facebook
Why You Should Have A Blog In Any Kind Of Business
Blogs are probably the best way to express your opinions and share your expertise with your followers. Here are our recommendations when it comes to blogging