Instead of giving you an exhaustive list of options, I have included a few here that when focused on will work well for your practice and provide benefits long after they have been executed.
We may not always have our wallets or handbags on us but bet your bottom dollar we will have our mobile phones. That is one of the trends that has helped Instagram grow in notoriety within the social media industry.
With doors closed it is only natural that you will be assessing all expenses. This ofcourse includes marketing, however, slashing marketing out of the mix could be a huge mistake if you plan to reopen your practice once the coronavirus is no longer a threat.
I remember my earlier days in marketing and when I learned about the mystical SEO. During those times not many people had heard about it unless they were in the digital marketing industry.
Knowing the value and impact of different marketing strategies enables you to make more informed decisions for your dental practice. We've compiled a list of marketing statistics for just that.
Having a well optimized Google My Business listing helps make your dental practice more competitive in the local search results and can significantly increase the number of qualified leads your business receives.
Google My Business is the modern version of the Yellow Pages and serves as the foundation for local SEO for dental practices. With GMB you are able to add your business information to Google so that people looking locally for your products and/or services are able to find you.
In a world where search is dominated by mobile devices, it is essential that your dental website dynamically adjusts to put its best face forward regardless of the device it is being viewed on.This is, in essence, the purpose of responsive websites.
Great dental websites have their speed performance effectively optimized to help them be seen by more potential customers (Google Ranking Factor) and helps avoid those users potentially bouncing to the competition due to their frustration.
Gone are the days, of frustration and delays, when your website updates were tied to the person or company that developed it. That’s just not effective anymore, nor was it ever.