3 essential components of effective practitioner marketing

The 3 Essential Components of Effective Practitioner Marketing

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Did you know marketing to boost bookings as a practitioner is more than just “promoting” yourself on social media, running workshops or launching an ad? 

Those can definitely be a PIECE of the marketing puzzle but if that’s your whole strategy you may find all that effort only brings crickets.

Because even though we all know we NEED to market and promote to grow, there’s a lot of confusion around what that actually means and there are actually 3 supppper essential components to making your marketing efforts as a practitioner effective.

So you can boost your bookings, grow a loyal community and make the money you deserve to make (yes you fully deserve to make boatloads of cash).

Here is a recent mini training I did in my free Thriving Healthpreneurs Facebook Group outlining these 3 very essential component

You can see how even without just one of these components the whole marketing puzzle makes way less sense!

If this mini-training go you thinking about your own marketing (and maybe some of the elements you’re missing), you’ll want to check out this free online workshop where I walk you through the exact 4 step system that incorporates these 3 essential components so you can consistently fill your schedule, almost entirely on autopilot (and without being ONE iota cheesy).

And as always if you have any questions, you can send me a message on Instagram!

– Kate 🙂

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Kate Matheson

Kate Matheson

I’m Kate Matheson – Business + Marketing Coach for health and wellness professionals who are ready (or really needing) to learn the "business side" of their practice so they can finally feel confident in what they're doing, fill their schedules, and turn their passion into a thriving full-time career without sacrificing their quality of care or their sanity. Ready to get started?

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