Want to stay competitive? Implement these online marketing tactics
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Most practices depend on word of mouth to get new patients, but the landscape of healthcare is changing, and to stay competitive you need to expand your reach.
According to Google, 77% patients use online search before booking an appointment. Plus, social media has become the online version of word of mouth. If your practice isn’t actively marketing online, you could be missing an opportunity to grow and reach new patients.
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In this free webinar, practice marketing expert and blogger, John Lynn, will walk you through:
Using your practice website for marketing
Improving search engine optimization (SEO) to get found online
Creating a practice blog to build your online presence
Getting started with social media and online reputation management
Implementing patient-engagement tools like online scheduling and text reminders
Register now to learn new ways to use your website and social media to reach new patients.
John Lynn is the Editor and Founder of the nationally renowned blog network HealthcareScene.com. John also co-founded two companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com. Plus, John is the Founder of 10 other blogs including the Pure TV Network and Vegas Startups. John’s 25+ blogs have published over 15,000 blog posts, garnered over 30 million views and had over 122,000 comments. John is highly involved in social media, and in addition to his blogs can be found on Twitter: @techguy and @ehrandhit and LinkedIn.