5 Ways Online Patient Education Makes your Practice Better Thanks to smartphones, 77% of American adults have the answer to almost any question in their pockets. Tech-savvy practices take advantage of this by putting patient education materials directly on their […]
The world of practice marketing is a lot different than it was 10 years ago. Though word of mouth is still very powerful, many of your patients will have found you somewhere on the internet. Believe it or not, where they find you online can change how they view your practice, and can even influence whether or not they schedule an appointment.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has evolved in many ways over the decade. As search engines have become more precise at handling search queries, SEO strategies have changed in order to keep up. As a result, myths have begun to circulate about the effectiveness of SEO in online marketing. Here are 3 common SEO myths that you may have even heard yourself!
Doctors, dentists and other physicians are bound by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to protect their patient’s private health information. Violating HIPAA can lead to serious consequences for your practice. Read this guide before hastily responding to a negative review.
With just a few keystrokes on a computer, your practice’s online reputation can be built up or torn down. It’s not just negative reviews on Yelp or Google that can affect your practice. Your own social media habits can be doing more harm than good.
You know that feeling you get from a suspicious offer — you don’t know exactly what it is, but something about it just doesn’t add up. As a small business owner, you’ve developed a sixth sense when it comes to protecting your practice, and you should trust your gut.
Your website is your first impression in the minds of many modern patients, and you may never get another opportunity to show them the excellence of your practice. You only have a tiny window of time to convince them to stay — half of online users spend less than 15 seconds on a website. An old, outdated site can cause users to navigate away before they even get a chance to look at your services.