Category Archives: Web Design

Website Content and SEO

The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same

LISTEN TO BLOGCAST It’s become a January tradition for me to do a marketing audit. It takes about fifteen minutes and provides a wealth of information about which marketing activities are attracting clients and which ones aren’t. This allows me … Continue reading

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Slashing the Website Building Learning Curve

LISTEN TO BLOGCAST I’m surprised by how many massage therapists I know (online or in person) who don’t have a website. In today’s world, consumers are using online searches to find service providers more than any other method. If you … Continue reading

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Where Are Your Clients Coming From?

LISTEN TO BLOGCAST I’m more of a New Year’s reflection than resolution kind of person. When it comes to my business, I like to review the past year and look for what worked, what didn’t and what I can do differently before setting … Continue reading

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What Didn’t You Learn in Massage School?

I’m SO excited to share these tips with you! I reached out to other massage therapists, writers and educators and asked them this question: What didn’t you learn in massage school that your wish you had? A good percentage of … Continue reading

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Favorite First Year Posts

My blog turned a year old this week. Thanks to everyone who has read, commented and shared my adventure! As I look back over my first twenty-nine posts, I have some updates, insights, confessions and reflections for you. By sharing … Continue reading

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SEO In Action

WARNING: This blog post contains humor that may be considered in poor taste. Reader discretion is advised. I had been in business for a year when I moved into a new office. Shortly after, two young men showed up one … Continue reading

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Moving Up the Search Engine

I recently saw this joke on Twitter: Where do companies go to die? The answer is page two of Google (ba-dum-bum-chhh). Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a hot topic among  web design and business writers for good reason. With more … Continue reading

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