Building Your Coaching Business through Blogging and Social Media
August 22, 2013 6:00-8:00 p.m. with
Corey Allan, Ph.D. and Dwight Bain, M.A.
Online Social Media is drastically changing the way we do relationships, including coaching-client relationships. With the explosion of the Internet and Social Media, it can be overwhelming to think about harnessing this medium to impact potential clients’ lives. Where do you start? How do you stand out in all the “web noise” and create meaningful connections? That’s where blogging comes in. In this webinar, we’ll explore how to create a “sticky” blog, Facebook page, e-newsletter, and other Social Media forms to brand yourself online, reach clients, and build professional relationships around the world.
Learning Objectives… Participants will:
- Analyze the “ins” and “outs” of blogging and online relationships
- Develop a business plan to incorporate Social Media into their coaching practice
- Formulate and create new online resources to add revenue streams and gain clients
Corey Allan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas. In 2008, Corey began Simple Marriage, a blog that focuses on assisting couples in experiencing more in marriage and life. To date, Simple Marriage has grown to be one of the largest marriage and relationship focused blogs on the Internet. Corey received his Doctorate in Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2006 and his Masters in Professional Counseling from the University of North Texas in 2002. In private practice, he specializes in working with marriages and couples. He has been married to his wife Pam for 19 years and together, they have two children.
Dwight Bain is a pioneer in Christian coaching with more than 25 years’ of experience. He is a Certified Life Coach who has worked with executives, pro athletes and business owners facing complex situations that required managing massive change. Dwight is a best-selling author, media personality and communicator who has worked with corporations like Disney, Toyota and Bank of America; as well as organizations like Florida Hospital, the American Heart Association and the U.S. Army. He currently serves as the executive director of ICCA, the leader in Christian coaching with over 6,000 members worldwide.