How To Embed Your Appointment Calendar

If you’re like most bookkeepers I know, the primary action you want your website visitors to take is to schedule a consultation with you.

After reviewing many bookkeeping websites, one of the most common things I find myself recommending is embedding an appointment calendar directly to your website.

This is because many people don’t have the patience to click through to a contact page and fill out a form to schedule a call anymore and going back and forth via email to sort out available times to meet can be frustrating and time-consuming. This is especially true when working virtually since you have prospects and clients in different time zones.

You could be losing a lot of potential clients right now by making it hard to contact you.

A quick and easy solution is to replace your traditional contact form with an embedded appointment calendar so your website visitors can choose the day and time that works best for them quickly and easily.

In my business, I use Dubsado for appointment scheduling, workflow automation, and more. However, Calendly is a simple and free appointment scheduling tool I highly recommend for those just getting started.

Below is a video to walk you through adding your Calendly appointment calendar to your website.

I hope you find this information helpful! If you need additional support or have any questions about adding an appointment calendar to your website schedule a 1:1 brainstorming call. I’m always happy to help point you in the right direction!

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