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  • Writer's pictureNicole Cozean

Should I Have My Prices On My Website?

In this episode, we go into the pros and cons of having your pricing on your website.



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Ultimately, putting prices on your website will reduce the number of people who call, but those who do call will be more likely to book.


Whenever you field calls, there are three types of people:


  1. Those who are definitely going to book (regardless of the booking experience). They may have seen you in the past, had a friend who raved about you or just really resonate with your website or social media. Let's call these about 20%.

  2. Those who aren't going to book (regardless of the booking experience). They're tied to using their insurance, they don't really understand the difference or they aren't in a position to schedule with you. Maybe these are another 20%.

  3. The 'Magic Middle'. These are the 60% (or so) of patients who are on the fence. The way you respond to their inquiry, answer their questions and explain what you offer will sway whether they book with you or not.


By putting pricing on the website, you're turning away those 'Magic Middle' people. Even if they decide not to book, you will collect their information and be able to follow up to see if they've gotten the care they needed.


After working with 500+ businesses, we really believe putting pricing on the website is often due to not being comfortable having the money conversation on the phone. And it does reduce having to have it.


But is it worth the loss of those 'Magic Middle' people? Check out the full 'sode for all the details and advice!


As Jesse said in the full 'sode...

"Ultimately, putting prices on your website will reduce the number of people who call, but those who do call will be more likely to book." - Jesse Cozean, MBA

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Nicole Cozean, PT, DPT, WCS


Founder of Pelvic PT Rising and PelvicSanity Physical Therapy in Southern California.


Dedicated to forever changing pelvic health with online clinical courses to help you be more confident in your practice and business resources to help start and grow pelvic health businesses.



Jesse Cozean, MBA


Co-founder of the Pelvic PT Rising and the Rising Podcast.


Jesse uses his business experience to help pelvic health business owners start and grow their practices so they can build a practice that truly works for them. From website design, SEO, conversions, marketing, finance and money mindset, he wants to make the process of owning your own practice easier and fun.

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