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Where does private practice website content come from?

When you were planning your website, did your web designer have “the talk” with you? Do you know where private practice website content comes from and all about content planning?

Even for a small website with a few pages, writing the copy can be a daunting task, especially if you haven’t written anything like this since high school English.

Any self-respecting private practice website should have a lot of useful and relevant content, to draw readers in, stimulate and encourage them to explore the website further. It should also be updated regularly with new content, so visitors actually have a reason to return.

So who’s got the time to plan, write and publish all these pages on your website? You’re a physiotherapist, you shouldn’t have to deal with this sort of thing and still expect to have a life outside of work. Chances are that if you have a website, it has not been touched since it was launched.

So we have built our system on the premise that content is important and your website should be chock-full of useful material for your readers. It enables our subscribers to launch their websites with a large variety of well-planned and written content pages organised into digestible sections. It also enables new pages prepared by our content editors to be added to your website automatically on a regular basis, depending on your preferences.

All you need to do is simply reject or modify any page that doesn’t completely suit your offerings or style.

Our website system takes care of managing your website members, and sending them a newsletter on your behalf once a month to invite them to view the new content that has been added to your website.

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2 thoughts on “Where does private practice website content come from?”

    1. Richard, each month we add at least 5 pages of new content to our clients’ sites; one new page per section in the Member Articles library. We then compose an email newsletter with summaries of each new page with links directly back to our clients’ websites to continue reading.

      So if you have a PhysioPulse website, your members (subscribers) would receive one email sent by us, but using your nominated sender email address and name – so to the recipient, it looks like it was sent and signed off by you. Of course, if you need these emails modified before being sent, you can do so. This way, you can add a custom signature or include a special offer each month. Also, if you prefer that we don’t send your members these monthly newsletters, just let us know.

      You can also use your Admin Console at any time to send your members emails of your own at any time you need.

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