You know (or maybe you’ve heard) how valuable a blog can be for your allied health practice, but the idea of figuring out how to apply blogging to your business is daunting. Maybe you’ve already started a blog but didn’t know if it was ‘working’ or had a hard time knowing what to post and when and why.
To help you get your blog online and noticed by your ideal client.
Learn how blogging can benefit your practice and enhance your discoverability online.
Conquer the inner critic holding you back from starting a blog.
Develop your writing process and put measures in place to make it easier.
Learn how to plan your content calendar and write your first five posts!
‘I needed to enrol in the online blogging course through The Connection because I am a techo dinosaur who is completely out of touch with all things IT and marketing. The course was able to be completed in my own time and most surprising was that it was in language that I could follow. The tasks that are included in the modules are great for taking stock of where things are now and what I need to do to jump towards the next step. The links and support included in the course keep it all real and practical and most importantly keep it relevant to the health sphere.’
Crafting Your Allied Health Practice Blog is for you if you’re…
‘I’ve been blogging for many years and learned so much along the way. I’ve learned about what works (and how great it feels when people read your blog and leave lovely comments) as well as what doesn’t work. Blogging is a cost-effective way for allied practitioners to draw people to your website, provide valuable free educational tools, and enhance your practice’s discoverability online. But like any part of your business, it requires a bit of planning and organisation.
My goal with this course is to save you the heartache of feeling like your content is a little bit messy by giving you a step-by-step plan and process for getting your blog up and running.
Amy Geach, Founder and CEO of The Connection. B.App.Sc(OT), M.Clin.Sc, MBA
Marketing in allied health is about forming connections with your future and current clients. Blogging is a great way to do that, even if your books are full. You can still have an impact!
At the beginning of each lesson you will:
Planning Your Blog
Marketing Your Blog
Planning Your Content
Evaluating Your Blog Success
Writing Your First 5 Blog Posts
Planning Your Blog Topics And Sub-Topics
Planning Your Blog Titles
Developing Your Writing Process
What Makes A ‘Good’ Blog Post
Calls To Action
Getting Your Checklist Organised
Ideas To Make It Easier
Send Your Blog To Amy
How to write your content, plus all the resources you need to maximise your blog’s potential for your business.
‘I knew that having a blog on your website helps drive traffic and is also a great way to reach new clients whilst providing current clients with useful, evidence based information, but I didn’t quite know the best way to start. Completing the online blog course gave me confidence in how to write a blog that is interesting and useful for my target audience with simple tips about word count, titles, photos and scheduling the blog. I would highly recommend this course for any therapist who enjoys writing content.’
For any concerns we don’t address here, feel free to reach out to us here.
We know it can be stressful parting with your money, so rest assured we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee if you sign up and decide this course is not for you. For any questions about the course please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nope! The beauty of this course is it will help you to brainstorm your blog idea and start to articulate what it is you want to write about.
You will be able to email us at email@example.com if you have any questions. These can be questions about your login and access to the course, or if you have a question about your blog journey and how things are coming along
This is a self paced course. Whilst we hope you can get through it sooner rather than later and get your blog up and running – we understand that things come up and you might get delayed. The content will stay open for you to access for many years!
When purchasing this course you will confirm that you agree to the following:
‘I understand that Amy Geach and The Connection [previously known as Maida Learning] will not be liable for any business or financial decision I make or methods implemented from learnings in this program. I understand that I am responsible for making the decisions that are appropriate to my own individual situation for my business.
I understand that I can request a full refund if I decide I no longer want to participate in the program. I understand that this request must be in writing and received no later than the first 30 days from signing up to the course.
I understand that the content of this course is the intellectual property of The Connection and I won’t share it’s contents or publish the information elsewhere.’
Members of The Connection receive full access to our resource library, community, and programming. Plus, discounts on events, mentoring, business ‘booster shots’ and a 20% discount on all courses.
Whether you’re looking to start, grow or slow down, we are here to help you out.
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