Posts Tagged ‘patient education’

If your online marketing efforts haven’t been meeting your practice’s goals or if you have yet to build an online presence for your practice and want to be able to reach new clients in 2020, then here are the most important parts of an online presence that your practice must implement to stand out in the new year.

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Solving a problem is one of the main reasons people use the web. If your website helps them solve their problems, your practice can grow in authority and search ranking.

A successful practice’s website will offer information to help for new and existing patients. One of the most effective ways to accomplish this is to offer an extensive library of educational materials.

Online patient education can lead to better health outcomes, higher levels of engagement with your website, and improved search rankings.

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As a website company, you may expect us to say that a cutting-edge website is a solution to every practice marketing problem. That all you need to do is get a good website, and new patents will come flooding into your practice. You may expect us to reach into the Field of Dreams playbook and […]

How to Go Beyond an Online Business Card and Build an Effective Online Presence

These days patients (and Google) expect your website to be more than an online business card. If you put your site up once and never touch again, people will notice.

But most practices don’t have time to research the latest digital marketing trends. There are too many ever-increasing pressures they already have to keep up with.

This 3-minute guide will show you what pieces need to be in place to go beyond a dead website. You can create a dynamic online presence that will help you increase the growth of your practice.

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Keeping patients engaged with your practice makes better health outcomes much more likely. Engaged patients also report higher levels of satisfaction with their dentist. It can be hard to keep them engaged when many only come to your practice for a few appointments per year.
Here is what you can do to keep patients engaged between appointments.