Blogging is a great way to help with your SEO while also providing important information to your patients. With that in mind, how do you choose the right topics for both educational and SEO purposes? Let’s talk about how to choose the right topics for your patients.
Month: May 2018
Google is going local. The search giant understands that when we look for a service or a business online, it’s not a nationwide search, instead we want something close, something in our community. As a dentist, you need local SEO to make sure you end up in the results of a local search. Amid all… Read more »
Have you recently purchased an existing dental practice? If so, you may find yourself in a unique situation: You want to maintain your current patient base, but you always want to grow and expand. In addition, you definitely want to put your own touch on the practice as well. Fortunately, we have the marketing experience… Read more »
Welcome to our favorite blogging day of the week: Client Feature Friday! Every Friday we take a look at one of our amazing clients. While most of our clients are in the dental industry, we also help other businesses with their website and search engine optimization strategies. In fact, the same online marketing strategies and… Read more »
When creating a website, you’ll find a number of companies out there offering very inexpensive websites. However, there is one major catch: they tend to use template copy. In order to have a successful SEO strategy, you need original copy. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss how original copy can help your website.
In our last blog, we discussed how online reviews can help people be more willing to give your practice a chance. In today’s blog, we want to expand on this topic a little. We’re going to discuss how online reviews can help SEO and are an essential part of your reputation management strategy.
We don’t visit any store or restaurant these days without first doing a little cursory research online. We look to see if there’s a website and of course, check out reviews. As a dentist, having little to no reviews can hurt if a practice a town over is swimming in four and five-star reviews. How… Read more »
We’ve been talking a lot lately about redesigning a website or building a new one. But what if you need to highlight a specific service? In some cases, adding a microsite, or more than one, can be beneficial for your dental practice. Let’s look at the potential benefits of adding a microsite.
Yesterday we took a look at how social media can help dental practices both big and small. Today, we would like to continue this conversation by discussing our social media kit. Can our kit help your practice maintain an active social media presence?
Your blogs and webpages aren’t just there for SEO and marketing purposes. You also want your patients, and potential patients, to enjoy them. In addition to ensuring your content is informative and clinically accurate, it also needs to be engaging and attractive to the average person. What can you do to make your content readable?