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6 reasons why you MUST have a website, with Sarah Gershone

Have you ever wondered if having a website is really worth it? Maybe you’ve heard others talk about how they get all their clients through word of mouth, or via a directory and now you’re unsure?

Well, having a website these days is essential for many reasons, some less obvious than others. 

So today I’m delighted to have Sarah Gershone with me, who is a web designer that works exclusively with therapists from Strong Roots Web Design. And we explore 6 reasons why having a website is a real must. 

I always learn a lot from Sarah, so if you’re on the fence, take a listen.


About Sarah Gershone

Sarah Gershone is from Strong Roots Web Design and works exclusively with therapists helping them make their website appeal to their ideal clients. 

And she also produces a podcast called Phych Biz so be sure to check that out too.

Sarah produces regular free resources and blogs so be sure to pop over to her website and see what she has that will help you. 

And the best way to connect with Sarah is via LinkedIn, so go and say hi! 


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Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends.