The CAM Practice Website Series

On September 4, 2007, in your practice website, by Dan

The posts from CAM Practice Website Series are listed below, including:

  • Why it’s critical to have a website for your practice
  • What your site should include
  • Easy, inexpensive ways to get up and running
  • How to get visitors to your site, and ensure that your site gets the rank it deserves on search engines

The posts are CAM-practitioner-friendly: as low-tech, and high-impact as possible. They should be helpful for any practitioners who don’t currently have websites, or those who want to get more out of their existing site.

If you’ve got anything in particular you’d like some insight on, let us know in the comments!

The Practice Website Series

  1. 100 New Patients: Why Your Practice Website is Critical
  2. Get A Great Practice Website on a Budget
  3. Website Optimization for CAM Practitioners
  4. Does Your Practice Need a Blog?

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1 Response » to “The CAM Practice Website Series”

  1. Thanks for bringing to the forefront the importance of websites for CAM practitioners. Websites used to be thought of as a luxury. Now they are a necessity, and if done properly (emphasis on properly) a clinic website can increase revenue from local clients AND global customers. (I have a section on the importance of websites for acupuncturists, http://www.insights-for-acupuncturists.com/website-marketing.html)

    I am looking forward to your series on websites, especially the “easy inexpensive ways” to start a website and “getting visitors to your site”. The more of us out there providing quality information about safe, effective, holistic health care, the better. Thanks!

    Peace,
    Lisa Hanfileti, LAc

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