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It’s probably not what you want to hear if you missed getting in but, so far, I’m well impressed with PPU. If you did miss out, watch out for it next time. I’m already doing okay (first page on Google for my main keywords) but I’ve learned stuff already which will enhance my site. – David Rutlidge
When signing up, I was wondering if a subscription would help me build my own website and motivate me to develop a realistic marketing plan that I can follow. I discovered the information and the tutorials are informative and easy to follow. Marketing a brand new practice can feel very overwhelming and Private Practice University has pushed me to think about little steps to follow in order to develop my own website. – Marcela Torres
“My biggest concern when deciding whether to sign up was if it would be worth the cost to me. I’ve found that having a team of folks who understand marketing, tech issues, and audience (i.e., mental health folks) has been amazing. I now have a team behind me who is invested in my success. Because of Private Practice University (PPU), I have taken the plunge to return to Squarespace. PPU is really sensitive to what people need, whether help with their entire website from ground up, or a little help with editing, etc. I am definitely getting my money’s worth, and my initial concerns have been addressed. Thank you!” – Diana Pash