Ep279.Creating Social Media Content That Inspires. Jessica Mercer

Today’s guest is Jessica Mercer, she’s known as the Chiropractic Content Creator and she knows what works … and what doesn’t … when it comes to writing content for chiropractors.

In this episode you’re going to learn how to create social media content that connects with your ideal patients on a deep and emotional level that ultimately inspires them to take action.

You’ll learn how often you should be posting and what types of content to post.

We talk about what photos you should be using and how you can be getting these FREE of charge.

This is a social media content creating masterclass for chiropractors!

Enjoy the show.

Thanks for all you do. Keep saving lives.


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Growing up, you could find Jessica Mercer nose-deep in a Ripley’s Believe It or Not book, running science experiments with anything she could get her hands on and making presentations to teach everyone around her all the things she discovered. At the time, she had no idea that her love for learning and ability to translate complex concepts would become the cornerstone of her business.

Now, Jessica uses her passion to help chiropractors communicate and connect with their current or potential patients to increase patient conversion and build a practice community. Jessica drives website traffic and content engagement for chiropractors by creating chiropractic content that goes far beyond sore backs and necks. Jessica’s done-for-you wellness focused blogs,

newsletters, and social media content explain chiropractic care in a way that patients actually understand and relate to. As a mother to a brilliant toddler, Jessica understands the impact that chiropractic care has on development and wellness of children and her own brain is fueled by her routine chiropractic adjustments. When Jessica isn’t lost in a science journal, you’ll find her playing outside with her daughter or planning her next adventure with her husband.

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