Welcome to our favorite blogging day of the week: Client Feature Friday! Every Friday we take a look at one of our amazing clients. While most of our clients are in the dental industry, we also help other businesses with their website and search engine optimization strategies. In fact, the same online marketing strategies and design principles can work for multiple industries, even bakeries such Village Bakery Co.
When creating a website, you’ll find a number of companies out there offering very inexpensive websites. However, there is one major catch: they tend to use template copy. In order to have a successful SEO strategy, you need original copy. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss how original copy can help your website.
In our last blog, we discussed how online reviews can help people be more willing to give your practice a chance. In today’s blog, we want to expand on this topic a little. We’re going to discuss how online reviews can help SEO and are an essential part of your reputation management strategy.
We don’t visit any store or restaurant these days without first doing a little cursory research online. We look to see if there’s a website and of course, check out reviews. As a dentist, having little to no reviews can hurt if a practice a town over is swimming in four and five-star reviews. How do you get your patients to leave reviews?
We’ve been talking a lot lately about redesigning a website or building a new one. But what if you need to highlight a specific service? In some cases, adding a microsite, or more than one, can be beneficial for your dental practice. Let’s look at the potential benefits of adding a microsite.
Welcome again to Client Feature Friday! Each week, we dedicate our Friday blog to one of our clients. Today, we’re going to discuss the brand new website we created for Dr. Ciro Cabal’s Lake Country Orthodontics practice. Did you know that every three years you should redesign your site or have a new one created?
Yesterday we took a look at how social media can help dental practices both big and small. Today, we would like to continue this conversation by discussing our social media kit. Can our kit help your practice maintain an active social media presence?
Whether you run a dental practice in a small town or a big city, you may wonder if social media is actually essential. After all, how does having an active social networking account or two help a dental practice grow? In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about how a business benefits from social media.
On Friday, we took a look at the importance of running a summer promotion. Today, we would like to take a closer look at one specific aspect of a practice: children’s dentistry. Many of our clients offer care for children of all ages, and the summer time is a great opportunity to highlight this aspect of their practice.
As a business owner, you always need to be on the lookout for a way to encourage new patients to visit your office, or help current patients want to schedule consultations. A good promotion is an excellent way to create new business for your dental practice. Today, we’re going to talk about creating new specials related to the summer months and holidays!