The number of online solutions competing for attention is making it more difficult for your business to stand out among the crowd! What’s the secret to building a website that rises above the others and encourages your visitors to linger longer and connect with you instead? It comes down to doing 3 things exceptionally well: creating the right message, a compelling design, and offering a remarkable call-to-action. If you don’t currently have a website that’s delivering new clients, now is the time to learn the proven principles to make that happen.
Join Miriam Zacharias in this eye-opening webinar where you’ll learn how to incorporate these three critical components to make your website work for you as well as how to avoid the mistakes that most people typically make when creating their online presence.
Hawthorn University Holistic Health and Nutrition Webinar Series welcomes Miriam Zacharias for 3 Steps to Create a Website That Attracts and Turns Visitors into Raving Fans on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 at 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST. Pre-Webinar Announcements begin at 3:50 PM PST / 6:50 PM EST.
Miriam G. Zacharias is on a mission to help holistic health care professionals build wildly successful and joy-filled practices.
She is the co-founder of the Prosperous Practitioner Summit, instructor at leading naturopathic and integrative medical schools and author of The PEACE Process, the ultimate marketing book for holistic, integrative and functional medicine practitioners. Miriam also consults with health industry leaders on her proven methods to attract new clients and patients.
After two decades as a sales and marketing executive in corporate America, Miriam obtained advanced degrees and certifications in holistic nutrition, executive coaching, and sports nutrition, and ran a thriving holistic nutrition practice in southern California. She is vice president of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and board member of the Arizona Integrative Wellness Coalition. Learn more about Miriam’s work by visiting http://www.miriamzacharias.com.