So, you’ve decided it’s time for a dental practice website – or a makeover of your current site. That’s awesome. Before you pass the power to your spouse, hygienist, or office manager, you should take care of a few items. Obviously, you don’t have time to manage every detail of your website or marketing efforts;… Read more »
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Before you invest in a blog for your dental practice, you need to understand why blogs are important to Internet marketing. Blogs feature original content, which Google likes. Blogs are considered news by Google, and news takes priority when it comes to content, per Google. Dental blogs include links to a doctor’s main website, and… Read more »
Do you need a dental website or just a dental blog, and what about template websites vs. custom sites?
Just pick up the phone, call the support line, and tell the receptionist (if you don’t get an answering machine) that you need to discuss some support changes for your website. You may have to say that you’re not a current client, but maybe you can avoid the question. Either way, grade your experience, starting with how quickly you reached a human and the quality of the response. Here are some criteria for scoring your phone call:
These tips will place your site higher on Google search engine results pages (SERPs) and increase your presence on the Internet. Most Internet marketing companies will disagree with this article because to make these five tips effective, a LOT of research and writing is required. Your dental website needs original content, original comments with backlinks, and regular blog posts, not just meta tags and keywords. Truth be told, this strategy takes hours upon hours of work. But don’t let that scare you (I can help).
A dental website will be the center of your marketing strategy. In addition to bringing you patients through good search engine placement, your website provides new patients with essential information like a map to your practice, registration forms, the doctor’s name and contact information, your office hours, and patient education about services you provide.