As a dentist, you probably blog 100% of the time about dental topics. I mean, that makes total sense, right? But occasionally, you may consider taking a break and looking around your city or town for a little inspiration. We’re going to talk today about community blogging and how this can help your practice!
How Blogging Can Help Your SEO
How does running a dental blog help your SEO? First, you provide Google with regular content to crawl and index. Google often rewards sites with new content with higher ranking. In addition, you can place local keywords and inks within the content, which is also a great way to assist your search engine optimization strategy. Having a good strategy, and using a blog to bolster it, is important, especially if there are other practices in your community.
Is Community Blogging Off Topic?
Not at all! Local SEO is important, especially for dental practices. You aren’t reaching out nationwide to find patients, you want people in your community to make appointments. Community blogs can provide a chance to rank higher for local keywords. In addition, you can end up introducing yourself to the residents as well. In addition to blogging about community events, we also recommend taking an active part, setting up booths at fall festivals or supporting local charities. Let the residents be able to put a face to the name!
We can Help!
Not sure how to get started? We understand, as a successful blog means original, well-written content for every post. For a dentist and a busy office staff, finding time to create and post content can be difficult, if not nearly impossible. Fortunately, we’re available to help! We employ a team of talented dental copywriters, who can create content tailored to your practice and your approach to dentistry. If you have any questions about creating community-based content, then please contact our office today.
Do you have questions about writing for your city? Looking for new ways to help your practice grow? Then contact us today and let us help! Send an email to MDPM Consulting at [email protected], or give us a call at 972-781-8861!