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Dearest Doula Podcast Episode 105: ‘Birth Worker Websites- What you need to know’ Featuring Sarah Juliusson, the ‘Website Doula’

Ep. 105:

‘Birth Worker Websites- What you need to know’

Featuring Sarah Juliusson, the ‘Website Doula’

 

In this Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are discussing birth worker websites- major pitfalls, Do’s & Don’ts, plus so much more with fellow birth worker and website designer Sarah Juliusson!

Sarah is a retired Doula & Childbirth Educator,  and the owner of ‘The Website Doula’, through which she supports birth and postpartum professionals around the world with skilled website doula care for their birth or holistic health practice.

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Dearest Doula Community, sarah shares her  incredible insights regarding birth worker websites on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!

 

 

In this Dearest Doula podcast episode we discuss:

Why have a website?

Top Mistakes Birth Workers Make with their websites:

Platform pitfalls

Mobile Responsive vs Mobile- Friendly Websites

Home Page Hang-ups

Fact Frenzy Pages

SEO Self-Sabotage

Dropped Call to Action

Nitty Gritty, resources and so much more!

Resources:

Lynda.com

Skillshare.com

Pink Elephant Academy

Website Doula Website Tools

Website Doula Website Design

Also- if you’d like to join in on weekly discussions with an accountability tribe featuring myself and other passionate birth workers, click here to get redirected to our accountability tribe page!

**Dont forget, Sarah has offered a 25% off code for listeners to access her online course:

‘Finding Clients Online: SEO 101 for Holistic & Birth Professionals’

Be sure to listen to the show and grab the code word!**

You can connect with Sarah through her website, as well as on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.


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Sincerely,

Dearest Doula

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