Facebook, Twitter, & Linkedin Website Integration for Physical Therapy Cash Based Private Practices

Do you have a website, blog, Facebook page, Linkedin profile and/or Twitter accounts? Do you know how to integrate them?

The video below describes and shows how to integrate your blog and website urls into your Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter Profiles to improve your search engine ranking and so potential patients (and other folks) can find out more about you and your practice.

If you don’t have any or all of these, get one.  They help tremendously with building relationships, community outreach and help your search engine results and confidence that your website address is important.  If you do not have a blog or website, my ebook “Blogging For Your Therapy Practice” will walk you through the steps to create one.

It seems crazy to me, but most people don’t know how to do integrate their business or personal websites and blogs into their Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter accounts, or know that it is important. I am always checking out the profiles of people who ask to connect with me and also with those whom I would like to connect with.  There are too many therapists online who do not have this simple and important field filled out or filled out correctly on their profile page.

 

Questions?  Thoughts? Please leave a comment below.

About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He enjoys sharing his experiences in private practice and helping other therapists find freedom in practice.

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  • Rachel Wynn

    Reply Reply February 2, 2014

    Nice tips. I totally needed to update the LinkedIn profile. I’d love to see you tackle consolidating Google+ pages in a video. I have a G+ for rachelmwynn, rachelwynn.slp, [email protected], and Gray Matter Therapy. I want all of them to merge into one.

    • Aaron LeBauer

      Reply Reply February 3, 2014

      Rachel,
      Thanks for your comment and suggestion. In the meantime look up or “google” merge google plus pages and you should find some helpful posts. Essentially if you have multiple google + pages, you can merge local listings and pages and if you have claimed them you should be able to either merge or delete the ones you do not want and enhance the one that you prefer to keep.
      Aaron

  • Mike Gable

    Reply Reply August 6, 2015

    Hey, this is great stuff Aaron. I’m trying to get my business facebook page to show up on my personal page. I’ve created the business page, but when I type in the name of my business on the personal page in the “work and education” section, the page that comes up is a generic one with a picture of a white suitcase rather than my page. Do you know what’s up with that?

    Thanks,
    Mike

    • Aaron LeBauer

      Reply Reply August 7, 2015

      Mike,
      Thanks for your comment and compliment.
      Yes, that page with the plain white suitcase is the generic page for your business. 2 things, maybe your business page, if created recently hasn’t populated through facebook’s search yet. When I search for your business on Facebook I can’t find it. can you post a link to it? Also you may need or be able to merge both the empty page and your current business page.I hope that helps.
      Aaron

  • Mike Gable

    Reply Reply August 8, 2015

    Great, thanks Aaron, I’ll give those a shot. The link is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eastern-Sierra-Physical-Therapy-Wellness/458952954144490.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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