Are you using social media to find new clients? What’s your online profile like? Is it an accurate and up-to-date reflection of you as a therapist?
If you are not yet using social media to spread the word about your therapy business, I am here to show you how to do so.
Let me share a story with you about a friend of mine. A few weeks ago she found herself in one of London’s top celebrity hair salons modelling a new head of highlights that would have cost her hundreds of pounds. But the fact is she did not pay a penny to get her new look.
The celebrity hairdresser had put out a call on social media for new models and my friend – who follows her on Instagram – had responded.
The salon studied my friend’s social media profile. They liked what they saw and invited her for a makeover. The transformation was filmed and used for the salon’s online account and for training.
My friend then posted images from her celeb hair day all over her own social media platforms, which was great publicity for the salon.
It was a win-win situation made possible because of social media.
You should be using social media to keep in touch with clients. You should use it to find and follow up leads and to keep up-to-date with what’s going on in your line of work.
You can spread your message and build up a great rapport with clients.
Many therapists running their own clinics struggle to find enough hours in the day to cope with admin, let alone running a social media profile. But how about using one of the clever systems which takes one post and spreads it across multiple platforms?
Sign up to my business coaching system and I will show you how you can spread the message about your therapy business on social media.
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