LIVE Marketing Workshop:
A Beginners Guide to Blogging for
Therapists
with Clinton Power, Developer and Founder of
www.Aus...
Benefits of Blogging

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COPYRIGHT © 2013
Thought Leadership

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Media Requests

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Blog to Book

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It Doesn’t Have to
Take Long

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Google Loves Fresh
Content

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Resources for Clients

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Technology

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Technology

Wordpress.org NOT WordPress.com
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
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Integrate Your Blog
Into Your Website

Jodiegale.com
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
How to Find Blog
Ideas

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Follow the News

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Capture Blog Ideas

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Mind Maps

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Awareness Days

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Follow Other Blogs

www.alltop.com
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Post Multi-Media

watersedgecounselling.com
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Create Images Using
Picmonkey.com

clintonpower.com.au/blog
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Post Multi-Media

clintonpower.com.au/blog
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Review Books

Psychcentral.com/lib/book-reviews
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Writing Structure
Write so your content can be scanned

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Use Eye Catching
Images

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Free Images
•Photopin.com
•Morguefile.com

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Post Writing Tips

Watersedgecounselling.com
www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Share Your Posts on
Social Media

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Free Images
•Photopin.com
•Morguefile.com

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Proof Read Your
Blogs

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Revisit Your Archives
to Refresh Old Posts

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Write on a Regular
Basis

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
Website Critiques

www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au
COPYRIGHT © 2013
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  • -here’s me with my trainer Dr Michael Reed and colleague in final year of Gestalt
    -6 years of training- not one class on marketing
    -I was working for a large national relationship counselling service being paid small amount and having clients paying $150 an hour
    -out of frustration I left to go out on my own
    -had another job to keep myself going
    -created beautiful website- all about me
    -got business cards, rented a room and waited expecting clients to come through the door
    -clients didn’t come- I was struggling to make a living from clients- 2 or 3 a week, very inconsistent
    -realised I knew nothing about marketing- I had no goals, plan or strategy
    -decided I had to learn- hired marketing coach, educated myself- did marketing workshops, courses, studied copywriting, researched internet
    -discovered I had a passion for this, which helped, but I actually started to enjoy marketing
    -my passion was online marketing and I learned how to create website and write copy that got more conversions and my website ranked higher
    -now 99% of my business comes from Google- I have an associate
    -I created Australia Counselling and wanted to teach others how to do what I did
  • Identify:
    What makes you happy?
    What are you passionate about?
    What are your skills and experience?
    Where do you do your best work?
    -this all informs your niche later on
  • Mindset:
    -your attitude about your business
    -being an advocate for your business (not get confused that you are your business)
    If you know who you want in your caseload, you are likely to get them. Once you know who you want to serve, then you can let those ideal clients know who you are, what you have to offer and how to reach you.
    Talk easily about what you do and how you help people. To have your phone ringing and your appointment book filled you must be able to articulate what you do so that your ideal client says “Hey, that's me! And I want what she has to offer!”
    Let the community know you. To truly have a full caseload, you must have a plan. A plan that lets the community know what pain you help to reduce. (You see, people want to come to therapy to have their pain reduced.)
    Be paid well. Finally, you must decide that you are worthy of being paid a good fee.
    definition of a successful therapy mindset:
    Choose to work with clients you really enjoy.
    Work in a location that appeals to me.
    Create a schedule that suits my lifestyle.
    Set, negotiate, and collect fees that are in the best interest of both the client and me.
    Take care of myself physically and emotionally.
  • -fear of getting started
    -being exposed
    -fears of being criticised or judged by peers
    -fear of being unethical
    -fear of being overwhelmed
    -fear of looking stupid
    -fear of making mistakes/not being perfect
    -fear of looking like you’re selling
    Overcoming;
    -focus on your goals
    -be an advocate for your business
    -don’t personalise things
    -expect the ups and downs of business
  • -how has your story influenced you as a therapist?
    -how has this influenced who you work with and love to help?
    How does your history inform the way you work and what modality appealed to you to go further
    -your story can be an important part of your marketing
    -many therapists leave out their story in their marketing
    -example- this week I had a person in the creative arts see me- because I used to be a musician and used Gestalt- he connected with my story
  • -how has your story influenced you as a therapist?
    -how has this influenced who you work with and love to help?
    How does your history inform the way you work and what modality appealed to you to go further
    -your story can be an important part of your marketing
    -many therapists leave out their story in their marketing
    -example- this week I had a person in the creative arts see me- because I used to be a musician and used Gestalt- he connected with my story
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • intersection of
    1. what you love to do and are passionate about/do your best work
    2. what you’re experienced and trained in or want to specialise in
    3. need or want for your services in your community
    When you figure that out, then ask yourself “Who needs that information?”
    And then you ask yourself:
    “Do they know that they need it?”
    “Would they say they need it?”
    “Would they pay for it?”
    PICK A SPECIALTY FOR MARKETING PURPOSES
    This means picking a population you enjoy or a problem you like helping to resolve. And then telling your community about it.
    It absolutely does not mean excluding or limiting your practice. You can see whomever you wish.
    when you pick a specialty to market, your practice fills better, you feel better, and you have more consistent referrals over time.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS
    Specializing is about choosing a population of people you enjoy and crafting your marketing to appeal to them so that you can enjoy more of them in your caseload.
    Specializing is about identifying a particular pain that you’d like to help people reduce and letting our community know that you do.
    WHAT SPECIALIZING IS NOT
    Specializing is not excluding clients because you only see certain types of people or problems. With every intake call, you decide if you want to see that person. You get to choose.
    Specializing is not about only seeing one type of person or problem. We will go into this more in a moment.
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • -important part of marketing is building authority
    -not about mindless self-promotion or calling yourself an expert
    -authority is something that happens over time through you having a clear marketing message
    -you reveal your personality
    -you make yourself visible
    -you add value to your community
  • How to Create a Blog: A Beginners Guide to Blogging for Therapists

    1. 1. LIVE Marketing Workshop: A Beginners Guide to Blogging for Therapists with Clinton Power, Developer and Founder of www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    2. 2. Benefits of Blogging www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    3. 3. Thought Leadership www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    4. 4. Media Requests www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    5. 5. Blog to Book www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    6. 6. It Doesn’t Have to Take Long www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    7. 7. Google Loves Fresh Content www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    8. 8. Resources for Clients www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    9. 9. Technology www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    10. 10. Technology Wordpress.org NOT WordPress.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    11. 11. Integrate Your Blog Into Your Website Jodiegale.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    12. 12. How to Find Blog Ideas www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    13. 13. Follow the News www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    14. 14. Capture Blog Ideas www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    15. 15. Mind Maps www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    16. 16. Awareness Days www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    17. 17. Follow Other Blogs www.alltop.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    18. 18. Post Multi-Media watersedgecounselling.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    19. 19. Create Images Using Picmonkey.com clintonpower.com.au/blog www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    20. 20. Post Multi-Media clintonpower.com.au/blog www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    21. 21. Review Books Psychcentral.com/lib/book-reviews www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    22. 22. Writing Structure Write so your content can be scanned www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    23. 23. Use Eye Catching Images www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    24. 24. Free Images •Photopin.com •Morguefile.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    25. 25. Post Writing Tips Watersedgecounselling.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    26. 26. Share Your Posts on Social Media www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    27. 27. Free Images •Photopin.com •Morguefile.com www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    28. 28. Proof Read Your Blogs www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    29. 29. Revisit Your Archives to Refresh Old Posts www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    30. 30. Write on a Regular Basis www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013
    31. 31. Website Critiques www.AustraliaCounselling.com.au COPYRIGHT © 2013

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