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How to Use Pay-Per-Click in Your
Chiropractic Marketing

What if we told you there was a guaranteed way to the top of the page on Google? You’ll be able to reach prospective patients online who are outside your jurisdiction or, better yet, who don’t even know they need a chiropractor. Pay-per-click advertising, or PPC, could be the secret weapon your chiropractic marketing plan […]

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Coming Soon: Mobile Page Speed New Google Ranking Factor

Google started counting page load speed as a ranking factor in 2010. This meant that if your site was slow, you could get replaced in search results by a website that loaded more quickly. However, the 2010 update didn’t take mobile load speed under consideration. That's about to change.

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How to Provide a Compliant Response to Online Reviews 

It’s important to respond to online reviews, particularly if you have a patient who leaves negative feedback. Making a thoughtful response to online reviews shows you acknowledge patient concerns and that you are proactive in improving their experience at your practice.

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Announcement: New Live Chat Feature

When you have a question or need some help, we want to be right there with you to get it resolved. That’s why we are now offering clients the new Live Chat feature.

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5 Chiropractic Website Design Mistakes

There are more than a billion websites on the Internet today. Search engines are cluttered with countless pages of search results. Competition in the online space is increasing. This has made a strategic, mistake-free website design as important as ever.

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