Tag: dentist website seo

“What Makes Your Dental Websites Better?”

Not everyone asks this question when interviewing a dental website designer, but it is an important question that should be asked. What makes your websites better than others? Any company that is not prepared to answer this question, without using jargon and sales BS, isn’t worth your time. I was speaking with a respected Florida… Read more »

90-Day Dental Marketing Plans

You can do anything for 90 days if you set your mind to it, and sticking with 90-day plans can add up to significant long-term benefits. Take, for instance, a diet. If you stick with a low-carb, low-sugar diet and increase your exercise for 90 days, you will lose weight and become stronger. How about… Read more »

Changes for Keyword Data from Google Analytics

I’m taking a break from the SEO Piece by Piece series to bring you some news about Google Analytics. Keyword Results Data Visibility Tweaked Google is working to increase security for its users. One new change they’re implementing involves sending signed in Google users (if you’re signed in to Gmail, YouTube, Google+, or any other… Read more »

Dentist Marketing SEO Piece by Piece

Part 2: METADATA for DENTISTS This is part two in our series on dental marketing SEO. Another important factor is metadata, thought it’s not quite as important as dental website content and blogs. There are three primary components to metadata: title tag, description, and keywords. You’ll hear some techies say that keywords are not important,… Read more »

Where Have All the Google Tags Gone?

Boost Ads allow targeted information to be highlighted, say a phone number or address, rather than just placing a yellow arrow by a listing. Boost advertisements are represented by blue (virtual) pushpins, whereas regular Google Places free listings are represented by red pins.

Powerhouse Blog Techniques for Dental Practice Marketing

After keyword discussion and research, the MDPM bloggers began posting once a week for Dr. Adams. In addition, we rewrote his website text, expanding it and implementing solid SEO writing strategies. After 30 days, his Google rankings were dramatically impacted. For one keyword term, he ranked 60th place in organic listings after the blog went live. One month later, he ranked 4th for the same keyword term. For another term, his ranking went from 81st to 6th in the same time period.