More than anything else, word-of-mouth referrals are a reflection of patients having a great experience with your practice. When patients have a great experience, they are more than willing to talk about it and practice growth naturally follows.
Go back a few decades and running a dental practice was a little simpler. SEO didn’t exist and neither did the internet. Prospective patients weren’t comparison shopping dentists and weren’t determined to find the best dentist within just a few miles.
Today, things are competitive, smarter and high performance. To get a new patient in the door, all the boxes need to be checked. Come up short on any one detail or fail to match the latest online trends and patients pass up your practice for another that's just a click away.
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Topics: Patient Reivews, Dental Practice Growth, Patient Management Software, Dental Practice Marketing, SEO Dental Websites, Mobile-First Website, Dental Software Integration, Dental Software Ecosystem, Automated Practice Communications, Best Price for Dental Software, All-In-One Dental Software
For anyone less familiar - indexing is the snapshot of your website that Google records for future reference in search optimization. Google has just announced that they have started recording just the mobile-version for many websites.
Before the internet was a part of our everyday lives, demographics consisted of the basics: age, gender and location. Marketing strategies involved using the “best guess” approach to hit the right demographic, focusing primarily on where the consumer was physically at.
In today’s world of digital marketing, demographics in the dental industry have become much more complex and specific to the individual. More complexity creates challenges but it's also really great news!
Reaching Your Patients on Their Terms
Technology has certainly made it easier for dental practices to communicate with patients in a myriad of ways. From the immediacy of text messaging to old fashioned snail-mail and everything in between, practices get to choose the methods for getting messages out there. Ideally, in ways that are also convenient for the practice.
Having plenty of options is great because it makes it easier to reach the vast majority of the patient base. However, no two patients are exactly alike and each prefers (and responds to) different types of communication.
So what is the best channel to communicate with your patients? Trick question, the answer is all of them.
There were many changes in 2017 and that applies to your SEO and marketing strategies, too. Now is the best time to look at your marketing strategy and how your website utilizes search engine optimization..
Office culture is what sets the non-verbal tone for the whole patient visit - it's what determines how you make a patient feel when you are treating them. These cues and others have just as much, if not more, impact on the patient experience than the tools used for treatment.
We know we’re stating the obvious when we say how much the internet has changed the way consumers shop. We can buy virtually anything we want or need with a few clicks from just about anywhere, anytime. Whether searching for live lobsters, patio furniture, socks or batteries, we buy a myriad of products for our everyday lives when shopping online.
But what about shopping for services such as an insurance company, a cardiologist, an attorney, or…a dentist?
In this article, our 3rd in our series of Google rankings and SEO, we will change your perception of how consumers ultimately choose a dentist, and what you can do to increase the probability that they’ll choose you.
Remember the Rubik’s Cube? The Simon Says
memory game? The theory behind solving these puzzles was simple: follow the pattern correctly and solve the puzzle. At one point in time, SEO was based on the same premise. If you checked all of the “boxes” on your SEO plan, your website would move up the rankings.
Topics: search engine optimization