I’m placing a bet on the fact that your website needs some attention. I know both of mine do! There is a lot to consider when the new year comes around. And one of them could be setting yourself up a plan to attend to your website. Like body cleanses […]
Here are some key factors to consider when crafting your website content: Strong Message Your website content should have a clear and concise message that effectively communicates your brand’s values, mission, and goals. A strong message helps build trust and credibility with your audience. Audience Understanding Understanding your target audience
The homepage is the first page of your website. Contrary to the old saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover”, Google (and other search engines) do indeed judge your website by it’s cover; the homepage. “But I want my homepage to be clean and sparse” I hear you say.
If you’re looking for clinic practice management software, try these out and see which is best for you. Many, if not all of them, have free trials. These are listed in no particular order…. Cliniko (with client case notes and it’s 10 years old so it’s been around a while!)
How can we reward our long-term clients or thank them for continually using our service, without saying “thanks for supporting my business”? A client sent me an email asking if it was possible to reward her long term clients with a freebie of some kind. She mentioned that they were
WOW, what a time we are now facing. I wish us, all over the world, luck in this endeavour. If you have already been affected in any way, I send you and yours healing vibes. For many of us, our businesses (never mind our lives) are going to be massively
Liz Walton already had a website for her therapies and training. She felt it was time for a change so she called The Webmistress. Since writing this post originally in 2011, Liz and I have redesigned her site twice together. It’s important to keep up with the latest design and tech trends. With
Here you can find a list of free and paid for images. Be carful when you look at the free sites as more often then not they will have ‘paid for’ images too at the top or bottom of the free ones. When you click on those ‘paid for’ images
I find it all very confusing. Just when I’ve spent a few hours figuring something out and deciding to set something in place, I then hear from someone else that we don’t have to set that thing in place. There’s reams of info, with clauses about this and that and the other.
In my previous post you can read about GDPR and what action you can take to make sure you are adhering to the regulations. However, I felt we needed a bit more clarity on the “must clients opt-in” question. Ever heard of a “soft opt-in”? Well, now you have. The