Welcome to the Perfect Patients Blog

Subscribe to get our latest posts, news, and promotions delivered right to your inbox.

Perfect Patients WebinSite | September 2016

Introducing: New Email Tagging Feature

Introducing an exciting Perfect Patients innovation designed to help you get and keep more new patients – email tagging!

“Now we can even better connect specific messages and conversations to our different […] patient groups. Huge feature we’ve been ready to rock with!” – Tony Ebel, DC

Our new email “tagging” feature is a powerful way to organize your patient subscribers. In doing so, you now have an email marketing solution that allows you to send targeted campaigns to specific groups of patients.

“Tags” allow you to easily segment your patients so you can send campaigns only to patients interested in a particular topic.

Here’s how it works:

  • Add a patient to your dashboard as a website subscriber
  • Tag the patient with a custom label, such as “Inactive”
  • Send a targeted email to only your Inactive patients


Learn all about the email tagging feature, and watch our how-to video, here.


Mobile Page SpeedNearly 60% of Search Queries Now From Mobile

The rise of mobile searching created waves in late 2015, when mobile search engine usage reached a record 50 percent.

Well, that number is rising – and rising fast.

Examining “hundreds of millions” of searches across desktops, smartphones, and tablets, a new report found that 58 percent of online search queries now come from a mobile device.

These findings further emphasize the importance of having a practice website that caters to all types of devices. If you are a Perfect Patients client, your website is already responsive – adaptive to desktops, smartphones, and tablets.

Note that even if you do have a mobile-ready site, you’ll want to ensure that the elements on any new pages you add are optimized as well. For example, if you blog regularly, you’ll want to make sure your images load in the appropriate size and scale, based on the device being used.


Google AdWordsOn-Demand Webinar: 3 Reasons to Use AdWords

SEO, blogging, social media – these are profitable ways to encourage long-term growth for your practice. But a great way to expedite your new patient growth is through online ads.

Pay-per-click (PPC) is a form of online advertising in which you pay a fee each time someone clicks on your ad. In essence, it’s a way to “buy” visits to your site, rather than “earn” those visits organically through search engines.

The most popular PPC platform is Google AdWords.

There are countless reasons for adding AdWords to your marketing mix. And the benefits become more profound as Google fills up organic real estate with more paid ads.

PPC generates patient-ready leads the moment you activate your campaigns. Instantly, you get your practice name out in front of an eager, information-seeking audience.

Want to dive deeper into PPC advertising? Watch this recently recorded webinar by Bill Esteb to learn how PPC may benefit your practice.