The 3 Components to a Well-Rounded Marketing Plan to Attract Cash-Paying Clients

Attracting cash-paying clients can be a bit difficult these days. And we know you are busy.

You don’t have time to waste trying lots of marketing strategies that don’t work to get clients. Let me show you what we have seen work. I will also answer any questions related to our upcoming Marketing Bootcamp where, in just two weeks, you will have created and begun to implement your new, client-attractive marketing plan.

Join me, Casey Truffo, on Saturday, May 18th at
10am PT/ 1pm ET:

The 3 components to a Well-Rounded Marketing Plan to Attract Cash-Paying Clients

Here is a bit of what I will cover in this new, 60-minute no-cost teleclass:

  • How many new clients can you expect a month?
  • Why you might (or might not) need a keep in touch strategy
  • The #1 mistake that therapists make that can send the wrong message

I will also share with you all the details of our upcoming powerhouse two week Marketing Bootcamp program designed to get that marketing plan off your to do list and into action! Let’s get your phone ringing!

Sign up for the Free Teleclass Now: “The 3 Components to a Well-Rounded Marketing Plan to Attract Cash-Paying Clients”

Fill out the form on the right side of the page and we will send you all details you need immediately to join us on this 60-minute call on Saturday, May 18th at 10am PT/ 1pm ET. (If you can’t join us live, not to worry! Register anyway and we will send you the recording within 24 hours of the call.)

And if you haven’t already, you will join over 20,000 other forward-thinking private practitioners who receive an email from me once or twice a week with tips and strategies to help you be more financially successful in your business. (You can unsubscribe at any time.)

As always, your success is my mission.

Love and Blessings,
Casey

 

One Response to The 3 Components to a Well-Rounded Marketing Plan to Attract Cash-Paying Clients

  1. Heather Moeller says:

    Really looking forward to it!!

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