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With Facebook’s billion-plus active user base, people now spend more time scanning their newsfeeds than checking their emails. That makes Facebook a powerful medium to communicate with current and prospective patients. Of course, newsfeeds are a cluttered space. Are you standing out from the crowd? Consider these three post ideas to give your Facebook strategy […]Continue Reading >
SEO is a long-term digital marketing strategy. Paid advertising is a tactic that can generate early results. Social media, online reviews, and email marketing do everything in between. Marketing isn’t confined to one initiative. It’s a culmination of several activities designed to boost new patient growth and increase retention and referrals. In short, every bit […]Continue Reading >
Video can be a valuable marketing channel. It’s a great way to make announcements, provide education, and engage both current and prospective new patients. When it comes to video marketing, we often get this question: “Which is better, Facebook Live or YouTube?” The answer? It depends. Which platform to use hinges on what you are […]Continue Reading >
1.9 billion users visit YouTube every month. That’s half of all Internet users. YouTube is accessible to users in all age demographics. That’s right, someone who has no interest in getting a Facebook account still watches YouTube videos. If you haven’t considered YouTube marketing for your chiropractic practice, 2019 should be the year. In this […]Continue Reading >
Your online reputation. Most practices don’t take it seriously. Until they get stung by that first one-star review. Over 85 percent of patients do online research before scheduling a doctor’s appointment. Further, 79 percent of consumers trust online reviews as much as they’d trust a personal recommendation. So a 2.5-star average rating on your Google […]Continue Reading >