Highlights from Episode 26
Question 1: Glynis Sherwood, Vancouver – via Facebook
“Another great podcast! Would you be able to do a podcast on time management when you have a full therapy practice? I’d like to know how you make time to work on the business when your practice is full. Thank you!”
Question 2: Felicia, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
“Juliet, I’ve been following you for at least 10 years. Thanks for offering all your free information and for starting your free members program. I can’t believe how much free stuff you are offering. How do you find the time to do it all? Even though I have been following you for a long time, I haven’t really used much of your information, as I wasn’t serious about building my business. But now I am…So, here’s my question:
I’m having an argument with my husband about my website copy. He thinks it should just say the bare minimum, like my name and credentials and a bit about my services. He says he never likes to read much online, and other people don’t either.
I think I should give people some information about who I am and how I work so that they get to know me a little bit. I know that a lot of your copywriting clients have quite a bit of information on their websites.
I’m not sure I need that much, but I think enough so that they know a little about me. Could you please comment on how much information one should have on their site?” Thank you very much!”
Question 3: Carol_Hopwood via Twitter, Bend, Oregon www.lastingchangecounseling.com
“What’s your opinion about listing psychotherapy fees on your website?”