Have you spent money on marketing before, but it never seemed to really work? Have you put up a website but seen very little return? Why can’t you move the needle? Because you aren’t ranking on search engines.
In our digital world, people are searching online for mental health services. But it’s a very competitive space, and users are typically only clicking on links that appear on the first page. If you aren’t the first thing they see, you might as well not be online at all. That’s why counselor SEO is mission critical for your practice.
So what exactly is SEO? It’s a set of practices that makes your website more visible on online searches. It isn’t just about your website, either. WhooSEO’s SEO services for therapy practices include techniques both on and off your site.
Our psychology SEO makes your website rank at the top of search engine result pages (SERPs) — those include the internet’s most popular websites, like Google, Bing and Yahoo.
Using these powerful tactics and strategies, we generate high quality leads by placing your name in front of people who are looking for the help you provide. Still not convinced? Consider these facts about therapy SEO:
✔ The majority of people searching on Google click on the first three search results.
✔ 90% of searchers click on a link that appears on the first page of results.
✔ 77% of potential patients will use an online search to find mental health providers.
To get the best therapist SEO possible, you need high quality content that provides responsible information in a way that’s highly shareable. The experts at WhooSEO generate this content for you, including powerful keywords that capture massive search volume.
But you also have to have an understanding of how visitors are using your website. This is key in improving conversion rates and search rankings. Our team tracks user data on your site to answer important questions, like:
● How much time do visitors spend on your website?
● Do they visit your website repeatedly?
● What is their everyday activity on the website?
● Do they visit multiple pages on your site (bounce rate)?
● What type of content do they engage with (like videos, blogs or interactive forms)?