Why Do You Need a Website?
A website is the modern day business card, but way better! (Yes, you still need a business card, and make sure your website address is on it.) It's one of the first steps you'll take to marketing your practice because when patients look you up on their computer or phone, they'll want to know who you are, where you're located, what you and your office look like, etc. This helps them begin to build a know, like, and trust relationship with you. If they've really looked into who you are and decide to come see you, then they've decided you're the best option for them, and that's a good thing!
Here are a few options:
Have Someone Build a Website
Cost: $700-3000 depending on who you use + hosting
Time: Very little
We think Wordpress is best, the company we work with(Purple Finch) builds cutting edge, professional websites. They can also host and manage the website for a low monthly fee. This will save you time and headache if you aren’t good with tech stuff. Also, we think having a Wordpress site is best for SEO and staying current with marketing strategies.
The other option is finding someone local, a family member, or friend that wants to help. Make sure you have an established timeline in place when working with someone.
Build it Yourself
Time: 20-40 hours to figure it out and create
Time: 5-20 hours (5 hours to have a nice website ready to go, 20 to figure out email marketing and other bonuses to using Kajabi.
Kajabi is the platform we use for Lifestyle Practice Builders. It utilizes modern marketing technology in an all-in-one platform that you can use to create community, market to your patients, sell additional products, create excitement for your practice and more. We're developing an entire class on how we believe you can use this platform to grow your practice, while staying modern and staying connected to those who care most about their health and your practice.
Start with buying your URL(website domain address)
We recommend using Site Ground.
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