If you’re reading this blog post, you’re probably already aware of the power of blogging for SEO. Blogs are a great way to pack keywords, location indicators, optimized photos, and of course great content into your website. We recommend that all of our clients use blogging as part of their SEO strategy. We’ve even had clients who use blogging as their primary blogging strategy because it works so well! As a copywriter, I really enjoy writing blogs for therapists and helping professionals because it allows them to deliver great advice to potential clients in a way that packs an SEO punch. If you’re considering using blogging as an SEO strategy, you may be struggling with where to start. Let me give you my advice as a Mental Health SEO Copywriter! 

What are Keywords? Choosing the Right Keywords for Your Ideal Client

Photo of a person's hands using their computer next to a graphic of the word keywords in a search bar. This photo represents the way counselors can use mental health keywords and counseling keywords to improve their SEO through blogging.When I start copywriting for our clients the first thing I do is look at their keywords, specifically which keywords aren’t ranking too well. If you’re not aware, keywords are those words or phrases that users are searching for on Google and other search engines. You might be wondering, what are the best keywords for therapists? The keywords that you’re going to be incorporating into your website largely depend on your ideal client. For example, if you’re a trauma therapist specializing in sexual assault trauma, the keywords for a trauma therapy page might be “trauma therapist”, “sexual assault survivor”, or “ptsd counseling near me”. Whereas if you’re a counselor that specializes in eating disorders, the best keywords for you could be “counseling for body image”, “eating disorder treatment near me”, or “counseling for anorexia”. 

Using Keywords in the Title of Your Blog Post 

After you’ve identified the keywords that your ideal clients are searching for, you can start the process of building those counseling keywords into your website through service pages and blogs. If I’m working with a therapist that specializes in gender affirming therapy, I’m going to come up with topics that target keywords related to their niche. Let’s say I want to write a blog on the topic of gender affirming therapy for teenagers, I’m going to make sure that I pack keywords related to that into the title. Instead of something simple like “Gender Affirming Therapy for Teenagers” I would make the title “Supporting Your Transgender Teen Through Gender Affirming Therapy” or even “Supporting Your Transgender Teen Through Gender Affirming Therapy: Thoughts From an LGBTQ+ Counselor”. 

Building Mental Health SEO Keywords Into Your Content

Photo of a woman using a computer at her desk representing the way therapists and counselors can add keywords to a counseling website through blogging to boost their SEONow that we have a title, let’s talk about content. I’m not going to go too far into writing since we already have some great blog posts that cover readability, how much to write, and other important factors to consider when writing blogs. However, I am going to discuss how you can build therapy keywords into your content. Naturally, if you’re writing a blog on gender affirming therapy you’re already going to be building that keyword into your writing. You’re also going to want to try to build related therapy keywords such as “transgender affirming therapist”, “counseling for transgender teens”, and “LGBTQ+ counselor” into your writing as well. It’s especially important for you to build keywords into the headings and subheadings of your blog as well, since these carry even more SEO weight. 

Creating Headings and Subheadings Packed with Keywords

Headings and subheadings are a great way to break up the content in your blog so it’s easier to scan. Like I mentioned, it’s also important for SEO purposes. (To read a quick explanation of headings and how to properly use them, check out this blog post). For the purposes of this blog, we’re just going to be discussing how to use counseling keywords in your headings and subheadings. If you’re breaking your blog down into sections on 1)understanding gender identity, 2)what to do when your teen is questioning their gender identity, 3)how to support your teen, and 4)how therapy can help, you’ll want subheadings that reflect those different topics. Remember, we want to pack mental health SEO keywords into those subheadings too. Here are a few subheadings that would do just that. 

  • What is gender identity and what does it mean if my teen is transgender? 
  • My teen has told me that they’re transgender, what do I do now? 
  • How to support your transgender teen or child as a parent
  • How gender affirming therapy can help you support your transgender teen
  • Begin transgender affirming therapy in (your town) with an LGBTQ+ affirming counselor!

The specific mental health keywords you should use will depend on your niche and where you’re located. In different areas the same mental health topics might be searched for by clients in a different way. That’s why keyword research is so important!

Piecing it All Together

Photo of a person writing an SEO strategy on a black chalkboard with chalk, finishing up the words keyword research with the chalk. This photo represents keyword research as an important part of SEO, and how you can use mental health SEO keywords in your content to boost your Google rankings.Now that we’ve put all the pieces together, hopefully blogging doesn’t seem as intimidating anymore. Remember, blogging shouldn’t feel like writing a grad school essay. It should be a fun way for you to give your clients advice, and tell potential clients more about your services and approach to therapy. If you have questions about what topics to write on, how often you should be blogging, or how blogs can help with client conversion check out this comprehensive guide on blogging to improve SEO specifically for therapists. If you’re still feeling stuck, you might want to read this blog on common mistakes we see people make when they first start blogging. Or, you can always reach out to us for help! 

Don’t Have Time to Write Blogs? Our Mental Health SEO Specialists and Copywriters Can Help! 

If you don’t have time to work on blogging or SEO yourself, don’t worry, our team can help! We offer a range of SEO services that we created specifically for therapists, private practice owners, and helping professionals. Our team of Mental Health SEO Specialists would love to help you get your website to the top of Google so you can reach more of your ideal clients. If you’re interested in learning more about our SEO services, you can follow these simple steps: 

  1. Schedule a free 30-minute video consultation with one of our team members
  2. Learn more about how our SEO services can help you and your business 
  3. Check SEO off of your to-do list so you can get back to the work you love! 

We can’t wait to be a part of your SEO journey and help you reach more of your ideal clients!

Other SEO Services Offered by Simplified SEO Consulting

Our goal at Simplified SEO Consulting is to help therapists reach their ideal clients through SEO! If you’re interested in outsourcing SEO work so you can focus on your clients or practice, then our Done-For-You SEO services are probably what you’re looking for. If you want to learn how to optimize your own website with the help of our team members, then you’re probably going to want to check out our 12-Week SEO Intensive program or our Small Group SEO Intensives. You can also purchase our DIY Online SEO Courses to learn SEO on your own, at your own pace. Regardless of which option is best for you and your practice, we are so glad to be a part of your SEO journey!

About the Author

Headshot of Kaite, Virtual Administrative Assistant and Mental Health SEO Copywriter at Simplified SEO Consulting for therapist websites in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and beyond.Kaite Ritchie is an Administrative Assistant, Alumni Specialist, and Mental Health SEO Copywriter at Simplified SEO Consulting. Before joining the Simplified SEO Consulting team, Kaite worked as an Intake Coordinator for our founder, Jessica Tappana, at her private practice helping to connect clients with the counselors on their team. Now Kaite enjoys using her previous experience to help the therapists and helping professionals we work with to get connected with their ideal clients through the power of SEO! She loves writing blogs for counselors on various mental health topics that deliver great advice to their potential clients and improve their SEO. You can schedule a free consultation with Kaite to learn more about our SEO services!

The special thing about working with Simplified SEO Consulting is that we’re doing optimization with ethics in mind. You can trust that we’re not going to sell you some business-y jibber jabber. Our #1 priority is to market a specialized mental health professional to the people that need their services most. Our team consists of mental health professionals from across the board. On our team, we have LCSWs, Masters in Mental Health Counseling candidates, MSW candidates, and more. 

Any time you meet with a Mental Health SEO Specialist, you can trust that we have some sort of background in mental health. 

That being said, as a mental health professional yourself, there’s a reason we all got into this thing. Everyone has their own story as to what drew them to the field of mental health. Some may say they always knew they wanted to go into mental health, some may say that they experienced something big that changed their life trajectory into having a mental health career. Maybe you’re a person who still isn’t sure about the mental health field, or on the opposite end, you loved it too much that now you’re burnout of the field. Whatever it is, I don’t know your story, I only know mine. I got into mental health so that I could be part of something bigger, something that would make a lasting impact. And that’s what guides my work here at Simplified SEO Consulting. 

Mental health professionals are always carrying things around for others, when they deserve some mental health check-ins as well! Get connected to a mental health SEO specialist today.

That’s really what guides us all at Simplified SEO Consulting. Now, you may be sitting there asking me what this has to do with you. But if you clicked on this blog, maybe you need a reminder of why you started. So let’s talk about ways to support you. Oftentimes, we as mental health professionals hold space for a lot of hard discussions, which is incredible. We all know how obvious that is needed. But we also need to hold space for ourselves. And I know, “hold space” sounds trendy and superficial, but it’s true. We do it all the time for our clients. Holding space is defined by Health Plett, researcher and author of The Art of Holding Space: A Practice of Love, Liberation, and Leadership, as “the practice of showing up for another person and allowing them to have whatever experience they’re having without trying to direct them or fix them.” 

So, I’d like to check-in and discuss ways in which you can support yourself, we can support you, and why that’s important for your ideal client. 

Supporting Yourself

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We all know the common phrase, you can’t fill from an empty cup. And as cliche, as it sounds, it’s a great analogy for taking of yourself. Recently, I’ve been talking to a lot of my clients about how exhausting my school semester has been. And a lot of times, they mirror my sentiments. Add COVID to the list of “Things That Are Exhausting Mental Health Professionals Right Now”, (coming 2023), and we are at a 43% burnout rate in health care professionals as a whole. How have you supported yourself this past week? The past month? Have you been at all slacking on the things you know you need to be doing for your mental and physical well-being? If you have, let this be a friendly reminder to do those things! Some examples I use are to journal/brain dump, call my grandma, go shoot some hoops, and watch a comedy movie. Mental health can be so serious sometimes, and while I love it, I know it has to be balanced with something a little more fun.

Us Supporting You

 

While we know we’re in the business of marketing, we value having an authentic approach. That being said, we will never try to sell you into anything we don’t truly think is beneficial for you. Another one of my favorite parts of this job is that our clients can network with each other within the Facebook group. While the group is usually used for SEO tips and marketing discussions, we know that support within the mental health field is so, so important. Find a buddy within our Facebook group! Ask them questions related to the practice, and build a connection! We do this largely for networking, but also because we can all use a little bit of support now and again.

Why Does This All Matter To Your Future Client Again? 

If you’re burnt out providing therapy, you’re doing more harm to your clients than good. Burnout doesn’t allow you to be present with yourself or with your clients. They, and you, deserve the most present self you can muster.

SEO Specialist for mental health therapist websites, Jewel.

About the Author

Jewel is currently part of our team as a Mental Health Specialist at Simplified SEO Consulting. She helps private practice owners find their ideal clients by optimizing their websites and providing direct support to clients. Jewel loves the gratification when she sees a therapist’s data increasing and their phones buzzing. As a person who puts a lot of value into mental health, she loves knowing that Simplified’s services help therapists and patients find each other to improve mental health in the world. Jewel is currently in her Master’s in Social Work program at the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare. She also interns every week at a Kansas City psychiatric hospital. When she has the time, she loves to read, volunteer, spend time with friends, and travel.

Identifying the ideal clients for your private practice website is an important first step when starting SEO for psychiatrists. This step can look a little different for psychiatrists compared to therapists. When we ask therapists about their ideal clients the answers often include things like college-age students, couples, or young business professionals. Additionally, this list can include things like clients looking for EMDR Therapy, CBT, or Sex Therapy. So you might be asking yourself what does an ideal client list look like when working on SEO for psychiatrists. Let us take a deeper look into finding your perfect clients so you can have a thriving psychiatric private practice.

Ideal Clients Affects SEO for Psychiatrists

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Often times a list of ideal clients for psychiatrists will be focused on which disorders they want to work with the most. Maybe you enjoy working with clients who have anxiety, depression, and Insomnia. On the other hand, you might enjoy diagnosing and treating clients who have mood disorders, schizophrenia, or who suffer from substance abuse. Your list of ideal clients might also include things like individuals in rural areas, elderly adults, kids, or young to middle-aged adults. The options seem to be endless.

If you are a psychiatrist in private practice you get to decide who you want to work with. Ultimately, if you are treating mental health disorders that you are passionate about then your business will thrive even more. So you have narrowed down your list of ideal clients now what? What do you do from here? Now we use this list to develop or enhance your service pages and guide your keyword research.

The Importance of Service Pages for SEO for Psychiatrists

To some, it may seem redundant to make a service page for each disorder that you want to focus on. However, this is a vital part of SEO and making sure that your services are seen by your ideal clients. The quality and quantity of copywriting on your website can drastically affect how Google views and ranks your website. Beyond that, individual service pages let you focus on a larger amount of keywords. This is where your list of ideal clients comes in.

Image of “Content is King” written on three jenga blocks. Content is important when working on SEO for psychiatrists in private practice. Google values content on private pracite websites. Need help knowing what to put on your site? Our SEO services consultants specialize in helping build content for SEO for psychiatrists.Whatever disorders you listed out on your ideal client list is what you will want to focus on for service pages for several reasons. First, it will allow you to focus on multiple keywords that your ideal clients are using on Google when they need psychiatric services. Secondly, it shows Google that you are an expert in those areas. Which builds Google’s trust in your website and increases your rankings. Finally, when your ideal clients make it to your website they get the chance to see that you are the right psychiatrist for them.

How Keywords Play A Roll In SEO for Psychiatrists

When it comes to keywords used in SEO for therapists we often start by comparing counseling to therapy and see which will get the best results. But what about when finding keywords best used in SEO for psychiatrists? When doing keyword research you will have to think outside the box a bit. Most likely Psychiatrist is one of the first keywords to come to your mind which is a great starting point. From there you have to pick additional words you want to try and rank for.

This is where your ideal clients and service pages come in. You will need to find keywords that your ideal clients will be searching for. Since your service pages are going to be targeted toward your ideal clients then your keywords should match up with them as well.

Specific Keywords for Private Practice SEO

The following is a list of potential keywords that a psychiatrist interested in treating depression and ADHD might use. The list was created, and accurate as of May 30, 2022, with KWFinder which is one of our keyword research tools. Next to each keyword is the number of times Image of a psychiatrist holding the hand of a client with medication on the table. Wondering where to put keywords on a private practice website? We can help with keywords and other areas of SEO for mental health professionals. Call today to get started.each month the word was searched in the United States:

  • Psychiatrist | 451,000
  • Psychiatric nurse practitioners | 12700
  • Psychiatric evaluation | 5600
  • Depression Medication | 41,200
  • Antidepressants | 110,000
  • Wellbutrin | 409,000
  • ADHD treatment | 21,600
  • ADHD medication | 133,000
  • Ritalin | 124,000
  • Adderall | 601,000

This list is not all-inclusive to all of the possibilities for keywords for depression and ADHD. We also suggest searching for keywords in your specific area, not throughout the United States. Keyword trends in your city and state might be slightly different. This is why at Simplified SEO Consulting we put such an emphasis on detailed keyword research specific to your private practice and your location.

Final Thoughts From A SEO Services Consultant

Ideal clients, service pages, and keywords are important to all mental health private practice search engine optimization. The key is to make sure you adjust each area to fit your needs as a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner. Another thing we focus on at Simplified SEO Consulting is making sure our SEO is ethical. We understand that being ethical is a vital part of mental health private practices. Thus whenever a Simplified SEO services consultant works on a website or trains someone in SEO we do so with a focus on being ethical.

Start Working on SEO for Your Business

Ready to start working on SEO for your private practice as a psychiatrist? Then our Mental Health SEO Services Consultants are ready to help you get started. Simplified SEO Consulting has several options to help your website start ranking on Google. If you want help building a SEO foundation for your website without spending multiple hours a week then our Done for You SEO package. might be your best option. Looking to build your knowledge on SEO for psychiatrists yourself? Then taking an online course, SEO training, or joining our SEO Mastermind Group guide you through all the aspects of SEO for your website. No matter which package you choose to go with we will ensure that your website is optimized in an ethical way. Getting started is easy. Make your free 30-minute consultation with one of our client success specialists today!

Image of the blogs author Mental Health SEO Specialist, Winnie Youger-Rash. Winnie is ready to help you with SEO for mental health professionals. Contact us today to see what packages a SEO services consultant can help you with to build your private practice SEO.About the Author:

Winnie is part of the dedicated team at Simplified SEO Consulting. She enjoys learning and growing as a Mental Health SEO specialist. Her specialty is working with our clients who have picked our Done for You package.

She has a lot of passion for providing SEO help for psychiatrists and therapists. If you’re ready to see how Simplified can serve you, schedule your next consultation. Speak with our Client Success Specialist to discuss how Winnie can support you on your SEO journey.

SEO Improvements and Current Social Movements

As a social worker, I take a lot of pride in being involved in current social movements. It’s a huge value for me. That’s the main reason I decided to pursue social work compared to being a clinical psychologist or licensed counselor. Psychotherapy alone can do enough about mental health when people are battling oppression. Consider a scenario where your client walks into your office and they want help with their depression. But the reason they’re feeling depressed is because they are unable to pay their rent after having been discriminated against. The inability to pay rent is directly related to their depression. There is only so many mindfulness techniques a therapist can do before realizing this is a systematic thing.

A recent US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health which says that “Poverty in childhood and among adults can cause poor mental health through social stresses, stigma and trauma. Equally, mental health problems can lead to impoverishment through loss of employment or underemployment, or fragmentation of social relationships.” 

Social Justice as an Ethical Principle

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Not only is this a personal value of mine, it’s also a requirement of the National Association of Social Workers for our social work professionals. This is mentioned in the Code of Ethics under Ethical Principles. “Social workers pursue social change, particularly with and on behalf of vulnerable and oppressed individuals and groups of people. Social workers’ social change efforts are focused primarily on issues of poverty, unemployment, discrimination, and other forms of social injustice. These activities seek to promote sensitivity to and knowledge about oppression and cultural and ethnic diversity. Social workers strive to ensure access to needed information, services, and resources; equality of opportunity; and meaningful participation in decision making for all people.”
 
Even if you’re not a social worker, as a mental health professional, it’s important to be competent in current social movements. Let me state here that, yes, being competent and writing about social movements is good for SEO. But it’s also good to be competent just as a general functioning member in society.
Additionally, using your professional privilege to talk about social movements is important. Mental health professionals usually have some sort of platform with their practice. With this platform, promoting social movements could convince others who are on the fence about taking action

Okay, so how does this relate to SEO? 

 

Social Movements can help with Inspiration for Blogs

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Firstly, content is king. Having blogs, updated ones, is really important to SEO. When the amount of content on your site increases, so does Google’s trust in your site. Google is a smart cookie, they only give props to a site if they’re competent enough to deserve it. Not only this, but if a social movement is causing stress to one of your patients, you can relate a blog back to a service you provide. This is done many times in relation to an anxiety and stress page.

Having those hyperlinks adds lots of SEO and tells Google, again, that you know your stuff! If you’re feeling passionate about a certain topic, such as a social movement, write about it! Like I’ve said, writing is good, yes. What is more specific in helping SEO is when you’re writing about current events. This shows Google that your site is updated and competent, and you know your stuff! Using current events for inspiration for blog-writing is one great way to boost SEO. 

Talking about Social Movements Helps Humanize Yourself to your Clients

Secondly, taking a stance on a certain topic can help you humanize yourself to your clients. Many of our therapists worry that their clients see them as having their lives all figured out. Let me assure you, mental health professionals still have their own battles, even when they’re guiding you with yours. It is good to let your potential clients know that you are a regular person and you keep up with movements that are happening in the world. Let them know that you, too, go home and watch the news, and you’re not actually all that different from the clients you meet with. It’ll most likely allow your clients to feel more comfortable opening up to you, if that rapport hasn’t yet been established

Writing about Current Social Movements Can Help You Attract Your Ideal Client

Lastly, writing about a current social movement can help attract your ideal client. When you write about things that are important to you, you’re getting calls from people who also find them important. More than likely, your ideal client is feeling some way about a social movement, too. So, talk about it! These are things that affect their mental health exponentially, just like it does yours. Scheduling with clients that are similar in values with you can lead to a really productive therapeutic relationship.

Let’s Bring it all Together

Current social movements can help SEO in many ways. First, social movements can help you find inspiration to write blogs. Next, taking a stance on social movements can humanize you to your clients. Lastly, writing about current social movements helps attract your ideal client and benefits the therapeutic relationship! BOOM. Write about social movements for your next blog, you won’t regret it.

Begin Improving your SEO at Simplified SEO Consulting

If you’re ready to start improving your SEO, our mental health SEO specialists can help.  We would love to help you start climbing the rankings on Google. Once this happens, you can start getting you calls from your ideal clients. This is the ultimate goal we have for you! Let’s get started:

  1. Schedule a free consultation.
  2. Get connected with a member of our SEO Specialist Team!
  3. Begin climbing Google rankings and meeting your ideal clients!

Other Services at Simplified SEO Consulting

If writing content isn’t your thing, Simplified has multiple other services to provide! We offer Done For You SEO Services for professionals who are willing to let our SEO specialists take care of their SEO. We offer SEO training for professionals who are wanting to take care of their own SEO with a little help, and many DIY online courses.

 

About The Author

Image of Jewel Fivecoat, mental health SEO specialist at Simplified SEO Consulting. Let her and others help you with improving your SEO data too!

Jewel is currently part of our team as a Mental Health Specialist at Simplified SEO Consulting. She helps private practice owners find their ideal client by optimizing their websites and providing direct support to clients. Jewel loves the gratification when she sees a therapist’s data increasing and their phones buzzing. As a person who puts a lot of value into mental health , she loves knowing that Simplified’s services help therapists and patients find each other to improve mental health in the world. Jewel is currently in her Master’s in Social Work program at the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare. She also interns every week at a Kansas City psychiatric hospital. When she has the time, she loves to read, volunteer, spend time with friends, and travel.

 

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Today we are covering a topic you are likely already familiar with on some level if you create content for your site. That has to do with what best practices are when it comes to using headings and subheadings throughout your pages. Your initial instinct may be to highlight the most important topics of your page. But, there are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on a specific subheading. So, let’s talk about the main three you will be!

Wait, But Why Do Headings and Subheadings Matter?

Subheadings have historically been used as an important ranking factor in search engines like Google. But, as technology has advanced, so have the factors that influence rankings. In our current day, headings no longer have to include the keywords you’d like to rank for. Search engines have reached a level of sophistication that they can better understand how to identify the main focus of a page. In some ways, one may believe that subheadings have become less important over the years. But, using each level of subheading in the correct way can still go a long way in improving your rankings.

Titles & H1’s

To start off, it is worth stressing that when it comes to using H1’s, they should be saved for the main title of your page. This is because when Google’s bots and other visitors land on your webpage, you want the topic of the page to be as clear as possible. Having more than one will dilute the focus of the page, and potentially confuse readers or web crawling robots. As a result, you may have a more difficult time ranking for more specific keywords. 

Depending on your website editor, you may or may not have the ability to edit the H1’s on your site. If you don’t see any option to adjust them, you may have to contact support for your respective editor to gain more insight. However, in most cases, H1’s will exist as the main title attribute on your page. So, if you don’t see any mention of H1’s, don’t worry! They may be hiding in plain sight. 

Best Practices for H2 Subheadings 

H2 headings are likely the main headings you will use on each page. These are the main subheadings that are used to break up content throughout your site. Using H2’s helps to improve readability for readers and Google alike. In turn, this helps call attention to important topics you want potential clients to take notice of. This may include other important NAP information or vital keywords you want to rank for. Another good way to think about using these headings is as if they were chapters in a book. Each page on your site has its own story, and these help to break up the various ideas you want to explore. 

A graphic of people typing and thinking of subheadings and other content ideas for their website. Simplified SEO Consulting can offer support with improving therapist SEO. Learn more about how we support private practice websites & SEO for psychotherapists today! 65203H2’s should be descriptive, but not overly so. It is also important to mention keyword stuffing, and how cramming in as many phrases as possible can actually harm your SEO. Google is smart, and the algorithm has come to understand when people are just trying to rank without the authority to back it up. So, it is also important to remember H2’s shouldn’t be too long. Try to keep them under a sentence or two in most cases.

Using H3 Subheadings (like this one!)

Next, we have H3 headings. These are even smaller in focus, but still have an important use in breaking up content on your site. These headings are excellent opportunities to focus on sub-points that may be used to support the topics or keywords included in your H2’s. These may include bulleted lists or other related topics. They are another great tool to add structure to your pages. Yet, it should still be noted that there are no hard-set rules in place for how you should make use of these subheadings.

At the End of the Day, Headings and Subheadings Are Invaluable 

Headings have still stood the test of time. While there are many other ways to rank for keywords these days, these elements continue to be used on any website with text-based content. They help to show search engines and visitors what the focus of a page is, and can help improve rankings when paired with intentional keyword management. While headings may not be as important for keyword rankings, they still help improve readability and serve an invaluable purpose.

In addition to the three main subheadings described in this blog, there are actually more that I didn’t cover! It is possible to use smaller headings going all the way up to H8 or H9, but access to this level of focus may not be available to you depending on the website editor you’re using. Google focuses mainly on H1’s, H2’s, and H3’s, leaving the other subheading options up to your description as to how you apply them throughout your site. Website editors often offer a variety of native SEO tools. So, learning to make the most of them will go a long way in structuring your website. 

Checking Headings and the Health of your site 

Two individuals point to a computer as they discuss content on their website. Learn more about how Simplified SEO Consulting can support private practice websites by improving SEO for therapists. Learn more about improving SEO for private practices by contacting our team today! 65202One useful tool that can help you confirm your H1’s, along with any other of the subheadings mentioned, is the WAVE Accessibility Evaluation Tool. It scans the URL you want to search and tells you helpful information about the page including the different headings/subheadings included, structural elements of the page, and potential errors. Running your pages through this tool can help you better understand what Google’s bots see when viewing your page. By using this tool, you can address any issues that may affect your site, and confirm that your headings are in fact H1’s, H2’s, H3’s, or any other subheading you may find yourself using. 

Closing thoughts

Headings are a necessity for any site with content that hopes to rank well on Google. They have changed over time, but remain an important part of the structure that helps visitors find the answers they need in a timely, efficient way. Understanding this can help your site thrive and better adapt as best practices change over time.

Begin SEO Services with Simplified SEO Consulting

Our team of trained SEO specialists offers technical and on-page SEO support. We can help you better understand how to incorporate subheadings into your site. We offer both Done For You and Done With You SEO services. To start your SEO journey, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Book a free consultation
  2. Meet with an SEO specialist
  3. Start improving the structure of your site!

Other Services Offered with Simplified SEO Consulting 

Our team is happy to support you in improving the health of your site. But, this isn’t the only service we offer. Other SEO services include our DIY Online SEO Courses, Done For You SEO services, and a Done With You 12-week Intensive SEO program. Feel free to visit our blog to learn more today!

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About the Author

Sterling Humburg-Cage graduated from the University of Missouri with a BA in Psychology in 2020. He integrates what he learned in school into his work as an SEO Specialist with Simplified SEO Consulting. Sterling prides himself on helping current clients & alumni problems solve difficult SEO issues.  He’s great at giving clients multiple options about how to approach a situation and responding quickly to client concerns.  Since he started, Sterling has met frequently with our alumni and provided them extra problem-solving support, often going the extra mile to do outside research and make sure private practice owners have everything they need to rank well on search engines long term for the keywords their ideal clients are using!

 

Incorporating SEO keywords

You know you need to incorporate SEO keywords into your copy, but it feels so clunky and awkward. You’ve done SEO keyword research and have come up with what you want to rank for but are struggling to add those keywords in a way that flows and makes sense.

 

Copywriting for SEO doesn’t have to be difficult! I personally love the puzzle of adding keywords to my blog posts. As a mental health SEO copywriter at Simplified SEO Consulting, I have three tips for you as you work to add SEO keywords to your private practice website.

Write from the heart, use keywords later.

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Writing with SEO in mind is important. However, if you want to reach your ideal clients for your private practice, copywriting which is authentic to you is even more important. You know your clients’ challenges and what they are facing. Pretend like you’re talking directly to someone you’re working with and write out what you want them to hear from you. Being honest and sincere is powerful.

While SEO copywriting can get people on your page, there isn’t a point unless those clicks convert to new clients. This is w

here writing from the heart comes in. Search engine optimization for psychotherapists can help you get more clients, but only if your content resonates with the people who land on your page.

Give yourself a day to reset your brain.

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Writing from the heart is only the first step in incorporating SEO keywords naturally into your content. I find it helpful to write a blog post or webpage and then put it down for a day. Come back to it and find those places you can “sneak” in keywords. Switching up counseling and therapy for example can help you rank for both words! Your copy CAN have flow and style while still having great SEO. Sometimes you just need to get your brain out of therapist mode and into SEO mode. Think about what your ideal client might be typing into Google to find the help they are looking for. Put yourself in their shoes and remember that incorporating keywords into your copy and content is truly helping your ideal client. Perhaps they’re not ready for therapy yet, but are looking for a blog post that resonates. That is powerful!

Approach SEO keywords as a puzzle.

My personal favorite way to incorporate SEO keywords while copywriting is to approach it as a puzzle. Make it a word game where you try and fit in keywords wherever you can. When you approach it as a game and not a chore, that mindset shift makes a big difference in how frustrated you may get. I love the challenge of using as many keywords as possible, while still having the style and flow that I desire. There are so many words associated with counseling, see how many you can use! You likely enjoy word games (have you started playing Wordle yet, or is it just blowing up your Facebook feed?) so make SEO optimization simply another fun game to play!

Consider copywriting for SEO with Simplified SEO Consulting!

If you’re still struggling with incorporating keywords into your web content, it might be time to consider SEO copywriting from Simplified SEO Consulting. Our mental health SEO specialists love taking your words and optimizing them for SEO. If you don’t have the capacity to put words to a computer screen, fret not! We’ve got you covered at our SEO consulting firm specializing in SEO for therapists, psychiatrists & other mental health professionals. We love writing for mental health professionals like you.

As a busy business owner looking to scale, your time is very, very valuable. So, when I start talking about creating content to improve SEO it’s not uncommon that people start looking for ways to reuse that content.  And I’m supportive of that….as long as it doesn’t hurt your SEO.

I’ve had a few times where people told me they wrote such an amazing blog post that they published it on two different websites they own.  Or that they used it as a guest blog post for some big name website AND published the same content on their own website.  Unfortunately, neither of these are particularly great for your SEO.  Google likes to see fresh, new, relevant content.

But that doesn’t mean all is lost.  You don’t have to totally create content from Scratch!  Here are three ways content I’ve created has been re-used and it’s been helpful for SEO:

A keyboard with a person typing and a pad with the words "new blog post" representing how you can create new blog posts on similar topics to improve your SEO through backlink building1) The Guest Blog Post that Re-Uses an Old Idea

I often talk about Guest Blog Posting and people start groaning. They worry about having time to write a bunch of unique blog posts.  But there ARE some short cuts. One of my favorite things is to come up with a topic that can be applied to several different populations. Then, create an outline that can be reused and write a similar blog post for several different people.

I’ve done this a few times before and recently decided to do it again for this post.  So, I found two similar articles I wrote years ago for my own private practice blog and then asked a couple colleagues if I could write a similar blog post but with a focus on a different population for their website.  The result? Five different blog posts all talking about how to use the 6 levels of validation I learned back in my comprehensive DBT days but with five different populations. I actually wrote the three new articles in about an hour (even though they’re longer and I think actually better written than my original ones) because I already knew exactly what I was writing about.  But none of them are exactly the same, so it should help all of our SEO.  Take a look:

2) The Video that Becomes a Blog Post & Social Media Post

This is one of my favorites. As a practice owner, you can create a single video that can be uploaded to Youtube, used to write a summary as a blog post on the topic (make sure to embed the youtube video on the blog post as well) and then shared on Social Media.  You only have to come up with the topic and describe it once, but it’s shared across all of these platforms.

3) The Podcast Episode that was Used in Three Places

Photo of a microphone and headphones with the words "new podcast episode" representing how these three podcasts created a "new" episode from the same recording in a way that was good for SEO

In October, I spent an amazing few days in a retreat at Lake Lure with my Mastermind group. Four of us spent time doing everything from hiking, to networking, to quick sprints to knock out big projects and supporting each other as we presented at a virtual conference. The last day, my friend Gordon proposed we quickly record a podcast episode. We had a great time chatting about business and especially about how helpful it is to be part of a group like that while growing our businesses.

The other three members of our group each have their own podcast. So, Gordon graciously shared the recording with Whitney & Uriah.  In turn, all three turned the recording into a podcast episode. Sure, each created their own introduction, but they didn’t have to recreate the podcast. Then, they each wrote their own show notes. Now, all three have these show notes out on their respective website. And even though it’s describing the same thing and much of their episodes are the same content, this is actually helping all of their SEO because those show notes (while similar and describing the same content) are unique to that specific website.

Want to see how this worked? Check out the show notes on each of their website, and make sure to listen in on our conversation as well!

Want to Learn More About Optimizing Your Private Practice Website?

If you’re ready to get serious about your SEO, we want to help you through the process. First of all, we believe that if you survived grad school you can certainly learn the basics of SEO. So, if you’re the DIY sort of person bootstrapping it through building your own business, you may be interested in our DIY SEO Courses or our flagship 12 Week SEO Intensive Program. Or….we just started our very first Small Group SEO Mastermind, but it filled up so quickly we’re already starting a list for people who are interested in joining one this Spring or Summer!

Now…just because we believe you CAN doesn’t mean you want to optimize your own website or even should. After all,  we know your time is valuable as the business owner. So, we also offer “Done for You” SEO services. Interested in any of these options? If so, schedule a 30 minute consultation. In this meeting, we’ll chat a bit over Zoom to make sure we’re choosing the option that’s best for the next steps you are taking in your business.

Casual photo of Jessica Tappana, a mental health private practice owner as well as the founder of Simplified SEO ConsultingAbout the Author

Jessica Tappana believes in the power of psychotherapy to transform lives. She’s passionate about the field of mental health. She’s also built two successful businesses-a private practice in Columbia, MO where she still see counseling clients of her own in addition to supporting a team of 9+ clinicians and also Simplified SEO Consulting where she stays actively involved but has an incredible team supporting practice owners all over the world. She sees both of these businesses as contributing to her overall mission of spreading great mental health. Also, she believes that by helping practice owners have full, stable practices they’ll be able to do their very best work by feeling less stressed and being able to focus on working with the clients who fit them the best. She also believes that empowering her clinicians in her practice allows them to do the very best work for her clients.

In addition to running her businesses, Jessica loves to spend time with her family and also connect with other clinicians. In fact, having the opportunity to meet so many clinicians around the country has been one of the best benefits to building her businesses the last few years! The other consultants mentioned above live in Georgia, Tennessee & California. Other practice owners who have become close friends live in Florida, Nevada, Colorado, Kentucky & so many other places. But this passion for the field of mental health and belief that we can grow our impact by growing our businesses has led to the opportunity to form these incredible friendships that she values and learns from every day.

As an SEO expert and someone who loves to write, I often struggle to come up with creative blog post suggestions. Frankly, my ideas become stale after a while. This in turn makes writing less enjoyable and much more time-consuming. But, recently I was inspired to change my mindset and shift my thinking to make blogging a much more enjoyable creative outlet. And let me tell you, it’s working. What’s my secret you ask? Well, it’s allowing myself to look for ideas in the most unconventional places.

Wait a minute, if you’re not targeting keywords while you write your first draft, how will you optimize a blog for SEO?

young woman sits in her living room typing on her computer as she blogs for SEO. Learn SEO and more about copywriting from an SEO expert at Simplified SEO ConsultingIf you think blogging is just for SEO, then my last statement may have worried you a little bit. Perhaps you’re wondering, how do I target keywords? Can I even optimize them to boost my ratings? YES! You absolutely can! It requires a bit of practice but it’s totally doable. And you’ll find that once you learn to write this way, you’ll enjoy blogging so much more.

Here’s an example:

I recently saw a popular television show depicting an EMDR session to treat a character that had severe war-related PTSD. At first, I was a bit excited because I saw a topic I write about often getting the attention it deserves, but as the scene wore on I quickly realized, this is NOT the way my therapist clients talk about EMDR. There were no protocols being followed. And in the end, the client left more keyed up than when the scene began.

Honestly, it was not a good look and it did not adequately portray the healing that can come from working with a therapist trained in EMDR. The more I thought about it, the more frustrated I felt. Then as I was laying in bed I thought to myself, you should blog on this. Talk about what you can expect from an EMDR session and dispel the myths that make people afraid to try it.

Truthfully, this was one of the best blogs I’ve written. Why? Because I was inspired and it was fresh on my mind.

Say What You Want to Say and Enjoy the SEO Process

As someone who’s made their career practicing therapy, I’m sure you could talk about mental health issues at length. Maybe you do, but maybe you hold off. When you get inspired to talk about a mental health subject, in a conversation with friends, after watching tv or reading a book or news article, I encourage you to blog on it. Allow your passion and expertise to shine through in your writing. Think of it as your opportunity to voice your thoughts and show others who you are as a clinician.

Optimizing Your Blog for SEO

older woman types on her laptop. Perhaps she is a therapist learning how to blog for SEO. Learn how to draw inspiration from a copywriter and SEO expert at Simplified SEO ConsultingAfter you’ve written the blog, you should optimize it for SEO. Perhaps the topic you’ve written on pertains to a keyword you’re tracking, but maybe it does not. If it does, great! If it doesn’t don’t worry, you can still make it work! Just look for opportunities to tie what you’ve written to a keyword you are wanting to optimize for. Say you’ve written a blog about how to apologize after a big fight with your spouse because it’s something you were inspired to write, but couples therapy isn’t a keyword you’re tracking. What do you do? We’ll look for other keywords that can relate to the content of your blog. You could choose therapist, mental health support, or even anxiety treatment and weave it into the content you’ve written. For example, you could title the blog “A Therapist Shares 5 Things You Must Do When You Apologize” or something like that. You could tie in the anxiety piece by discussing how anxiety can cause you to be irritable and snap at your spouse when you don’t actually mean to. Then, you can share how anxiety treatment can help.

Where Will YOU Find Inspiration for Blog Posts?

Look for inspiration in your everyday life and blog on them. Some places I frequently get inspiration from include:
Conversations with friends and family

  • The news
  • Social media
  • Movies
  • Television
  • Books

Next Steps to Learn More About Blogging for SEO

I hope this helps you make the mental mind shift to think about blogging in a new light and gather inspiration where you can. My hope is that by writing on things you feel passionate about in the moment, you’ll let your personality shine through and write an awesome blog!

If you’re looking for more information on blogging our Blogging for SEO E-Course is a great place to start. Here you can learn more about what we look for in blogs and how to optimize the amazing content I know you will write.

If you’re looking for other SEO services or to learn how to optimize your own website, our team would be happy to help you with that as well. We offer a variety of full-service SEO packages and SEO training opportunities. Reach out to a member of our consultation team to learn more about the many ways we can help you.

Begin SEO Services with Simplified SEO Consulting

Happy man types on his laptop representing the joy that can come from writing what you want when you blog for SEO. Learn more from an seo specialist and copywriter at Simplified SEO Consulting If you’re ready to begin optimizing your private practice website, then we’d love to support you on your SEO journey. To begin, follow these steps:

  1. Schedule your free 30-minute consultation with a member of the Simplified SEO Consulting team
  2. Learn more about our SEO services and training opportunities
  3. Start optimizing your webpage and watch your site rank better on Google!

About the Author:

Photo of Cory, our Content Coordinator who helps you write blogs for SEO and also offers 1:1 SEO TrainingCory Moss is a Simplified SEO specialist & our Content Specialist based in the Kansas City metro area. She specializes in working on readability for therapist websites. She really enjoys helping her clients get to the top of Google and attract their ideal clients. Cory is great at speaking to clients about their dream practice and figuring out exactly what content on their website will help them reach those goals. She enjoys helping people learn about SEO and watching how people can improve their optimizing over time!

Welcome back to part two of my comprehensive guide to copywriting for SEO series. I wrote this series because I know how challenging copywriting can be for busy therapists. I have had a lot of clients who tell me that copywriting is both intimidating and time-consuming. But, it doesn’t have to be so hard. My goal today is to simplify it a bit.

In part one I shared three tips to make copywriting easier: write like you’d speak to a client, speak to their pain points, and create a page for every service you offer. These tips are extremely important and it’s worth reading the blog to learn more about them. But today, I want to share three more practical tips to improve your writing experience and better your SEO.

3 Copywriting for SEO Tips:

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It’s critical to include references to your location or the places where you would like to draw clients from in your website copy. This helps tell Google where you’re located, thus helping you show up better in search results for clients who are looking for services in that area.

If you have an online therapy practice, this tip is extra important. Because you cannot technically have a Google My Business listing, it often takes Google longer to realize what areas you serve. Therefore it may take longer to get you ranking in those areas. So, you must mention areas throughout your state in your website copy.

If you have multiple locations, it’s still important to make references to the places where you see clients. Although you may not be able to mention them all, look for spots to weave it in where it looks natural.

Two powerful places to really highlight where you’re located are in your footer and in a location(s) page. Let’s talk about those in-depth a bit:

  • Footer: If you have a physical address put it here. If you do not, then mention where you’re located. For example, “Our therapy office is located in Kansas City, MO however, we see clients throughout Kansas and Missouri.”
  • Location Page: I would argue that having a location page is for all practices that see clients in person. However, I feel it is especially important for practices with multiple in-person locations. On this location page, I encourage you to embed a map if possible and provide driving locations to your practice.

Look for Opportunities to Add Keywords and Internal Links

man types on his laptop computer in a cafe. He learned about copywriting for seo from an seo specialist at Simplified SEO ConsultingI know writing copy is intimidating but I encourage you to write first, then look for opportunities to target the keywords you want to rank for. The same goes for adding internal links to other pages on your site. Sometimes, simply putting your thoughts down on paper without worrying about other things makes writing easier.

Once you have written your page or post, then look for places to add in or modify the wording to add keywords and links. This can be done throughout a page or a post however, there are a few places that I find offer great opportunities to add in these SEO elements. These places are:

  • Headings and subheadings
  • A call to action section where you detail the three steps to start services at your practice (here you can link to your home, contact, about page, etc.)
  • An other services section where you share about the other offerings you provide at your practice and link to those pages.

Proofread Your Work

man with grey hair sits at his laptop and smiles at the camera representing copywriting for SEO and getting seo training with an seo specialist at simplified seo consultingI am certainly guilty of making spelling and grammatical mistakes when I write. Most people are. However, I always try to take the time to go back and proofread my work before publishing it. Even then, I am bound to make a mistake here and there. That’s when I rely on the wonders of technology and the tools that are at my disposal.

I personally love using the Hemmingway Editor and the Grammarly plugin when I write. Both tools catch common spelling and grammatical errors and they tell me if my writing is confusing or hard to read. I encourage you to use both as you work on writing copy for your private practice website.

Google likes to rank pages it considers “trustworthy.” So, if there are lots of spelling and grammatical errors it may hurt your rankings a bit. Now, I’m not saying it has to be perfect, but reading it over once or twice can really help.

SEO Services For Your Private Practice Website:

If you’re ready to optimize your website and improve your private practice website’s SEO, Then our SEO specialists can help! We would be honored to support you in your efforts to get in front of your ideal client on Google. To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Schedule your free 30-minute consultation with a member of the Simplified SEO Consulting team
  2. Learn more about our SEO services and training opportunities
  3. Start optimizing your webpage and watch your site rank better on Google!

About the Author:

Photo of Cory, our Content Coordinator who helps you write blogs for SEO and also offers 1:1 SEO TrainingCory Moss is a Simplified SEO specialist & our Content Specialist based in the Kansas City metro area. She specializes in working on readability for therapist websites. She really enjoys helping her clients get to the top of Google and attract their ideal clients. Cory is great at speaking to clients about their dream practice and figuring out exactly what content on their website will help them reach those goals. She enjoys helping people learn about SEO and watching how people can improve their optimizing over time!

Do online coaches and consultants need SEO?

Yes, you do! The field of online coaching is very broad. It is not enough to create a website and say that you’re a health and wellness coach, a life coach, or a coaching therapist. This may seem specific to you, but to your ideal client, this is very vague. It’s important that when you do SEO for life coaches, therapists, health coaches, and so on, that you’re getting specific with your niche. Not in a way that makes it too difficult to get clients, but by specifying and speaking to your ideal client or “avatar”.

Benefits of SEO for Coaches

  • First, you’re able to get in front of your ideal clients- The most visible you’re, the more likely people Mind map with SEO strategy. You deserve an SEO strategy that works! If you're offer coaching services, seo for coaches can help you. Learn how to find the best keywords for coaches or keywords for life coaching today. Read our blog to learn more!are to come in contact with your services. 
  • Builds credibility- SEO is all about building client relationships and connecting with your ideal clients through Google. Therefore, the better optimized your site, the more likely clients and prospects will see your programs and content. 
  • Raises your authority- When you’re a leader in your field, people follow suit, therefore, if you’re able to get backlinks and have reputable sites mention you on their site. The better you will rank. 

Tips on SEO for Coaches to Get Ranking Better!

Content is King! Or Queen!

Something that I see on coaching websites very often is clear, concise, and straightforward reasons to begin coaching with them. They outline what your goals are and how they can help you. Plus they outline the packages and how to get started. So what is wrong with this strategy when it comes to SEO? Google likes content and sometimes the way coaches build out pages can be more vague than you realize.

We know as SEO specialists and you know as coaches that nobody is going to ready a built-out service page, but Google will. Google loves content and if you can lay out your client’s pain points, why they may need support, how you can help, and where to get started in 500 words, Google is going to see you as a more credible source, than someone with 100 words on their page. Google needs built-out content, but what does the client need as well. A straightforward message that says “ I can help you”. That means in our SEO strategy with content, we need to make sure our keywords are niched down, headings make it clear that you can help, and that you understand who you’re trying to reach. It’s a balancing game. 

A great way to enhance your content is by creating pages on what is life coach, how can a health and wellness coach help you. Why do I need a business coach or consultant, and so on? Then creating resource guides, tips, and talking directly to your client’s needs, will help connect with your people, potential clients, and of course Google.

A Smart Keyword Strategy Will Get you on the map

What is considered a “smart” keyword strategy? Well if I told you what a health coach was, would you know what I do? Probably not, we often want to be ranking for the most highly searched for keywords, but forget that we also need to reach our ideal clients in the process. That doesn’t mean health coach, life coach, online coach, business consultant, and so on isn’t going to help you. It is just those search terms are being used by everyone and that makes them watered down. We need to be specific in who we are targeting. Online coaching for busy moms, coaching for side hustles, fitness coaching for busy women. Who are you targeting? Are they dealing with weight loss, time or stress management, building a business?

We must create a strategy that entails both a long tail ( online coaching for women in Texas) and a short tail ( online coaching) so you’re getting on the map for what you need and eventually moving up with the more challenging keywords. 

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So how do I know if my keywords are right?

My response to this is how long have you been working on your strategy, do you know your ideal clients, and are you adding in the right content that connects. If you’re doing all these things and still see no results, then consider restructuring your approach. Chances are something in your copy is connecting or you’re haven’t found the sweet spot in your niche. Likewise, know that for an effective SEO strategy, you need to give it 6 months minimum to work. So how can you support your business in the meantime? Get connected!

Begin Connecting with Like-minded and different professionals

Building connections matter to get the referrals you need to your practice. Many individuals network or create podcasts to get their names out there with other professionals in their field. As well as with individuals they can partner with and refer to in the future. Two ways we suggest building on this strategy is to one create cornerstone blogs that talk about coaching, what you do, and how you help. Talk about the individual issues you see clients facing and how you can help to empower them to create the reality they are seeking. Additionally, an ethically built-out backlinks strategy will help skyrocket your credibility with Google. The more often people link to you the more Google recognizes your influence in your industry. Therefore, if you can do guest blogging, an interview, Facebook lives, or be on a podcast episode, always ask for a backlink to your site. 

Make sure your website design and appearance is professional and trustworthy

When it comes to your design and appearance, make sure you’re correctly reporting your qualifications and what you can help with. If you are not experienced in certain areas, get training so you can best support your clients. Make sure that your content and programs are original and are providing the results you expect for your clients. Additionally, make sure you have people you can refer out to such as counselors, dieticians, personal trainers, designers, life coaches, and more. Make sure when building your website that content is original and that you have a security tag on your website so it indicates that people who come to your site won’t be at risk of having their information exposed. The better care you take of your brand and content, the more trustworthy you will be to your clients and prospects. 

Make sure your coaching identity is clear

Often when I see coaching websites, they are lacking in content and don’t explain their purpose. Take time to explain your expertise, who you’re, help people recognize you’re human and capable of helping. Write blog content that connects

Is SEO for Coaches for You?

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Whether you’re a body image coach, health coach, business consultant, coaching therapist, life coach, or anything in between, we can help you. Coaching is a necessary and complex business to get ranking, but our strategy can help. We strive to create individualized plans for each client so you’re bringing in the right people for you. If you’re ready for a strategy and support, see how we can help you!

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Let’s work together to get you on the map for your niche. SEO is a great way to help you gain organic traffic as a coach. If you’re ready for support and an SEO strategy tailored to your needs, let us help you!. Our skilled and passionate team of SEO specialists is here to make sure your SEO journey is tailored to your brand and identity. Simplified SEO Consulting would be excited to help you on your SEO journey. To get started with our service follow these simple steps:

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Simplified SEO consulting offers a wide range of services that can help you begin working with your people. We offer. Done for You SEO Service packagesonline courses, and SEO training opportunities. Our most popular course includes our “Top of Google” Online course, and we have 12 weeks (about 3 months) of intensive SEO for those who want to learn with a guide. For those looking for a more specialized package, we also offer an SEO strategy package. To get started, schedule a consultation with our Client Success Specialist today!

About the Author:

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Jasmine, an SEO Specialist, and Client Success Specialists at Simplified SEO Consulting. You may be wondering where to start with your SEO for private practice or group practices. You have come to the right place.

Jasmine Jaquess is currently working towards her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University and is actively seeing clients in practice as part of her practicum. Currently, she serves as the Client Success Specialist in new client consultations with Simplified SEO Consulting and is a Mental Health SEO Specialist. She specializes in platforms such as Squarespace and Wix but has learned to love WordPress sites as well. Her favorite part of the job is writing copy for clients and helping them find their voice to communicate with clients how they can best serve them.