Oh, my gosh! Just got off the phone from talking with Stephanie Adams about why blogging works so well to attract the attention of new clients and the search engines, too.
We were recording the conversation for therapists who are attending the virtual conference, Mind Your Own Business.
(You can still sign up for FREE and get links to the recordings sent right to your inbox.)
One of the best things that I’ve gotten out of blogging beyond all of the practice-building benefits is that I’ve made new friends . . . with Stephanie and Roia Rafieyan and Brenda Bomgardner and Kate Daigle . . . and . . . and . . . .
Blogging has allowed me to build both a virtual and real community by tearing down the fences that come with physical distance and time constraints.
It does the same thing with potential clients who find me online . . . .
They get to know me.
Some of you actually get to liking me.
And, some of you actually begin to rely on and trust my advice and information . . . and actually hire me for some coaching around practice-building and marketing.
That’s how blogging works for me and that’s how it can work for you, too.
If you are interested in learning more, join me for Mind Your Own Business virtual conference on Tuesday, August 27th at 7 p.m. Central Time when you can listen in on my conversation with Stephanie to learn more about Blogging: The Very Best Way to Get Known and Get Clients!
(At the very end of the call, you’ll get access to my secret class page just for those of you who attended. That is where you’ll find links to lots of goodies and a big whopping discount to attend my next beginning bloggers class just for therapists, BlogStart for Therapists, too!)