Which is the best social media platform for physiotherapists to be on? The pros and cons of the different social media platforms you should be consider being on as a physiotherapist, and why you should focus on one or two, and ditch most of the rest.
Video helps build trust with our patients, gain referrals, improve your SEO and give you the opportunity for live interaction with your patients. Video has quickly become the 'go to' medium in Private Practice.
There are Six key areas that clinicians typically tend to struggle with that we see time and time again. Weat Private Practice Ninja have the solutions for these.
Knowing what you should be doing is very different from doing what you know you should be doing. Here’s why I think people procrastinate over getting going with marketing activities in their Private Practices; perhaps these sound familiar to you?
Do you think you are worth what you charge in private practice? Have you lost touch with your true value? Private Practice Ninja tips on getting it right.
No matter what your ‘why’ was for becoming a clinician, in Private Practice, you are also taking on the role of company CEO. You need to make time for that role. You need to schedule time for thinking and decision making, so that you can effectively steer the ship.
You have control over what’s in your LinkedIn profile its your opportunity to show case the best of your professional talents. Private Practice Ninja tips show you how.
Private Practice Ninja's Top Tips to help you get the best out of Instagram, the most rapidly growing form of social media.
If you’re not really embracing social media, you’ve probably convinced yourself you’ve a good reason to hide from it all. Which of these excuses ring true with you?
The whole point of Facebook live, is that it shouldn’t be perfect and we don’t want ‘fear of the gear’ to hinder getting going with recording. Nevertheless, a few little purchases can make all the difference.