Link Love 12: About Page

Hello out there. How have you been? I’ve been doing well. Lately I’ve been working on staying balanced, making sure to eat well, take breaks, and move my body every day. I tend towards workaholic tendencies so it’s important I remind myself to self care. What about you? How hard is it to find that balance when working in and on your private practice?

This months links are all about your about page copy because I know how much writing that darn page can be a struggle. Here are some links to help with that:

25 point copywriting checklist for therapy websites.

Who doesn’t like a good outline? Here’s a really cool and simple downloadable outline of an about page by Val, a business systems expert.

Nicole Bonsol is a professional copywriter for healers who has a course on how to write your website copy. Generously, she has a free email course on writing your about page.

Also, you can try on this free webinar on creating your about page too! From private practice coach Annie Schuessler

A free audio course on reading your ideal client’s mind an invaluable step in writing any page of your website – from copywriter Hattie Brazeley.

Ok. So. Jamie Jensen is a copywriter who writes for “badass entrepreneurs.” So her own copy is a bit, um, over the top. (I basically never swear so I’m cringing at the fact that I just wrote “badass”, now twice!) But her about page freebie is super awesome and relevant to any about page.

Part of your about page is going to be using good formatting too. So I thought I would throw in my guest post on how to keep your blog posts (and about page) skimmable.

I love sharing these links with you but at some point, you have to put yourself out there and do it! Start writing.

Kat Love

Hi, I'm Kat! Therapists helped me heal from childhood sexual abuse, so I helped them with websites and marketing for around 5 years. You can still write your therapist website in the easiest way possible with my easy, fast, and affordable solution called Empathycopy. Or stick around here on the Empathysites blog to get your fill of helpful website and digital marketing insights for therapists. Happy to help. Pronouns: they/them/their