I presented my very first webinar ever yesterday (and I survived)! Sponsored by National Association of Social Workers the webinar was titled “Building Your Private Practice In A Digital World: Creating A Strong Online Practice Presence.” It is crucial for private practitioners to have an online presence in order to attract clients to your practice because the internet is a main source of health information.
A few participants in yesterday’s webinar felt overwhelmed by the content, by social media in genera, and felt unsure about where to start developing their online presence. If you fall into that category, I suggest you start with #1 on the list below and work your way down to #10. Focus on just one item at a time. I’ve broken down the process into 10 “simple” steps, in order of priority, to help you get started on building a strong online presence.
I’m off to teach this practice building workshop today for Utah NASW at the University of Utah. It’ll basically be the same content as the webinar except that I’ll be adding this priority list to today’s presentation.
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