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Four Steps To Get Potential Clients To Contact You Now

Joe Bavonese On How To Make Your Website A Magnet For New Clients

You have 30 seconds to let visitors to your website know that you can help them with their specific problem.

Do that—according to communications expert Joe Bavonese—and they’ll stick with you as you lay out your experience and qualifications. You can then invite them to contact you for an appointment and many will. It’s a simple, concrete format, and it works.

In this quick clip—part of our all-new webcast series on practice-building strategies that work—Joe walks you through the four steps of his plan, and explains why and how they can help you.

Just click on the frame below to see and hear Joe.

Joe Bavonese, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and co-founder of Uncommon Practices, a business-training organization for therapists. He joins Lynn Grodzki, Casey Truffo, Nicholas Cummings, Jeff Auerbach, and DeeAnna Nagel to help you master and make the most of the new realities of the mental health marketplace.

Join My Conversation With Joe Bavonese
Part of Our All-New Webcast Series

Expand Your Practice:
New Opportunities in Today’s Mental Health Marketplace.

Next Tuesday, June 11 At 1 PM.
Click here for details.

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2 Responses to Four Steps To Get Potential Clients To Contact You Now

  1. I need to learn the steps to close inquirers to enroll

  2. Hmmm, all really good points. So I thought I would look at Joe’s website to see how he does it. I can’t say I was impressed. Very wordy and lengthy and I did not feel drawn in to look at all the other pages.

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