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Social Media

30 Great Social Media Post Ideas for Dentists

Consistently posting on social media can be hard to do after a while. So, we thought we’d give you some inspiration with these 30 amazing post ideas!

Want to learn more about dental social media now? Download the free whitepaper, Running a Dental Practice in the Age of Social Media.

Hours and Updates

  1. If your hours and safety procedures have changed, post about it on your social media! This will help patients understand any guidelines or health screenings ahead of time and make them feel safe booking their next appointments.

Community and Volunteer Events

2. Highlight volunteer work your practice is involved with. Social media is a great place to post photos from charity walks, events, and any pro-bono work your practice offers.

3. Host a charity drive and promote it leading up to and on the day of the event. Consider offering an annual food drive around Thanksgiving and a toy drive around Christmas!

4. Help promote events happening in your community like a pet adoption near you. People like to help spread the word, so these posts will likely get shared by your followers!

5. Share information about scholarships you offer or are aware of, particularly for dental school students.

Office Celebrations and Announcements

6. Celebrate your staff with a happy birthday message. This will resonate with your loyal patients and build familiarity with your friendly staff!

7. Congratulate your staff when they announce a pregnancy (given that they feel comfortable sharing this news).

8. Show your practice’s personality and post photos of holiday parties, costume competitions or white elephant gift exchanges.

9. Is your office offering new technology like online intake forms or online billing? Show off these new features!

10. Announce conferences that you are attending and include professional photos from the convention floors.

11. Share your experiences at CE events. People like to know that their dentist is keeping up with the times!

12. Introduce new-hires with a photo and quick bio. This is a great way to familiarize your patients with new staff members.

13. Explain a new process that your practice has implemented to improve patient experiences, like confirming or rescheduling their appointments seamlessly online.

14. If you’re in the news, it’s OK to brag a little! Share local press about your practice.

15. Give your followers updates on holiday hours so they can plan their appointments accordingly.

Testimonial Content

16. Share your own positive, native reviews. Facebook allows patients to review you, so if someone has something nice to say “share” the post and thank them publicly.

17. Highlight before and after photos (with the patient’s permission, of course). ProSites also offers a service called Patient ShowCase which makes it easy to highlight before and after photos on your website to increase case acceptance.

18. Re-post any positive posts that patients post about and tag your practice in.

Promotions

19. Hold themed days such as Denture Days or Patient Appreciation Days. Having a blog post that explains the promotion helps too.

20. Offer a discount to new clients. Tip: Promotions are best shared near end of calendar year when people are thinking about their expiring benefits. Start posting weekly in September and continue until December 31st.

21. Create a Patient of the Month program thank patients for being loyal supporters.

Educational Content

22. Create a list of common questions and answer one common question each week, such as “What to do in a dental emergency?”

23. Discuss your opinion of fashions trends that affect oral health such as piercings, jewelry in teeth, and other uncommon cosmetic procedures.

24. Share dental care tips that inform patients about flossing, the benefits of sugar-free gum, and more.

Entertaining or Humorous Content

25. Entertain your patients with celebrity before and after smile comparisons.

26. Uncover myths about dentists debunked.

27. Highlight fun facts about dentistry. A quick google search can help come up with a few.

28. Make kids laugh with cartoons about dentists. Use your best judgment to determine if this is consistent with your practice’s voice and personality.

29. Re-post relatable content such as these Buzzfeed articles about dentists. Use your best judgment to determine if this is consistent with your brand as well.

30. Repost old content that did well as a #TBT (throwback Thursday) post.

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Practice Marketing, Social Media

Dental Facebook Posts – Ideas for Your Practice

On average, adults in the USA spend nearly two hours on social media networks per day(!). Facebook is in the lead with 2 billion users worldwide and offers a growing array of things you can do on the platform. From posting a status and sharing photos to getting news, selling items, or asking for recommendations – being on this social network has almost become a cultural requirement for both individuals and businesses. Become an expert in Dental Facebook Posts today!

As people are now so transparent in sharing their lives publicly, they expect the same from businesses. Social media is a great place for your practice to showcase its personality, interact with current patients and drive more traffic (prospective patients) to your website.

People won’t be impressed if your dental practice’s Facebook page is bare, missing information, or simply promoting patients to come in. Instead, publish amazing Facebook Dental Posts that provide valuable and educational content to get people Liking and interacting with your page.

Facebook Dental Posts Ideas

Need some help getting started? Here’s some ideas that you can take and use as your own the next time you hit social media writers block.

Post Idea 1

Have a toothache? Here are four ways to offer temporary relief (but in the meantime, make sure to call us to get it checked out):

  1. Rinse with warm water.
  2. Floss to remove food or debris that may be wedged between the teeth.
  3. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever.
  4. Apply an over-the-counter antiseptic containing benzocaine.

Post Idea 2

Frequent headaches? You might be grinding your teeth at night which can also hurt your sleep and damage your teeth. Find out if a mouth guard is something you should consider and ask us about it at your next appointment!

Post Idea 3

Did you know that in a lifetime, the average person spends 38 days brushing their teeth? #themoreyouknow #dentalfacts

Post Idea 4

Tooth decay is the world’s second most common disease (the common cold is #1). Take a few minutes morning and night to take care of your pearly whites!

Post Idea 5

The great debate – do you brush your teeth the moment you wake up, or wait until after breakfast? Comment below and watch out for tomorrow’s post on my viewpoints! Make sure to follow-up with a post with your views on morning brushing. Bonus: Tag people who commented on your original post so they can see your answer.

Schedule Facebook Posts in Advance

Now that you have content to post, the next step is to publish frequently and consistently. Plus, Facebook has a tool that allows you to schedule posts in advance. Instead of needing to remember to post 3 times each week, you can dedicate an hour to scheduling out posts months in advance. This way you can focus your time spent weekly on social media to engaging with followers by commenting, replying, and liking their feedback and posts.

Watch the video below to learn how to schedule your content on Facebook.

Once you have a month’s worth of content on your page, it’s worth taking the time to view your Insights, or Facebook page analytics, to determine the best days and times to post, and adjust your scheduled posts accordingly.

Discover 30 great dental Facebook Posts and get even more ideas on what to post and download the FREE toolkit below.

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips, Website Design

How Does Digital Marketing Help Your Dental Practice Grow?

Dental Practice Websites

Digital Marketing will help you grow your practice.

Learn How to Use Dental Marketing Strategies to Engage Patients

Check out the complete webinar here:
Communicate Now and Be Ready to Grow!

Introduction
Dental practices that utilize digital marketing tools to reach and engage their patients will experience increased patient retention and attract new patients. When patients are left in the dark, unsure if their dental office is open or if they should reschedule their next appointment, their satisfaction with the dental office may decrease. Those frustrated patients may then seek the help of other dental practices that are actively marketing their new office hours or virtual dental care.

There is good news. When dental practices send proactive and helpful digital patient communications consistently, they let their patients know they care. Dental practices that share frequent patient communication on their website or Facebook page, will let their patients know that their practice is open and ready to provide patient care today.

Here are helpful tips that dental practices have successfully implemented online:

  1. Update your digital patient communication marketing channels on a regular basis. To ensure that patients are engaged, be sure the home page of your dental practice website, your Facebook posts, your Google business page, your Yelp page, and your email or text to send patient communications at the same time. It is recommended that your messages are updated weekly.
  2. Ask your patients if they have a preference between email, phone, or text communications. By providing patients with helpful updates using their preferred communication method, dental practices will increase patient satisfaction and engagement. PracticeMojo, provides patients with the ability to select from text, emails, automated phone calls, or even postcards as their preferred communication method.
  3. Create a dental patient communication plan calendar. Dental practices can use a team calendar to share information about their new safety practices, staff birthdays, or interesting facts about new dental technology. To get the best results be sure the posts are fun and engaging. Be sure your communication plan provides concise answers to common patient questions like:
    • How do I get emergency dental treatment?
    • What are your new safety protocols for cleanings?
    • Is my dentist seeing patients? If they are open, what their new office hours?
    • How do I reach my dentist if I am in pain?
    • Should I reschedule or keep my appointment?
  1. Keep your website updated first and foremost. If a patient visits a dental practice website that is outdated, they are likely to move to another local dentist office website. Be sure to create a COVID-19 update page on your dental practice website in case patients have questions about new dental office procedures and safety protocols.
  2. Add live chat to your current website. Dental practices can use live chat features on the home page of their website to quickly answer questions and address any concerns they may have. Live chat is also a convenient way to engage new patients without additional in office risk exposure. Live chat allows dental practices to track commonly asked patient questions. Be sure to take those questions and add them to website under your new COVID-19 response page.
  1. Get creative and add your own personal touch. The most successful dental practices will find ways to make dental care fun and informative online. If your dental practice caters to pediatric dental care, then consider a social media campaign that would appeal to a family with children. If you are a cosmetic dentist, create videos or social media campaigns that appeal to patients looking to improve the appearance of their smile. One cosmetic dental practice launched a marketing campaign called “Tooth Talk Thursdays” to share helpful dental care tips weekly.

 Summary

The greatest benefit of investing in digital patient communication tools is that increased patient satisfaction will lead to positive patient reviews. More patient reviews will translate to more patients. While dental office digital marketing requires time and effort, it will bring in a steady stream of new patients that will boost your practice’s revenue. If you decide to focus on your patients and outsource your help to a team of marketing experts, reach out to ProSites for a consultation.

We have a team of experts that will help you develop a strategy and execute a tailored digital marketing plan.

Click here to learn more and schedule your free demo.

 

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Maximizing the Impact of Social Media During the COVID-19 Outbreak

The idea of creating social media posts on Facebook might be the last item on your ever-growing to do list, especially for practices trying to align with CDC guidelines and adjust their operations. As a dentist, your priority will naturally be to ensure your staff and your patients are safe.

That being said, social media is an impactful channel, and one of the easiest ways to communicate changes to your office hours and policies. Before you start posting on social media, be sure you have answers to these questions:

  • Will your office close or will you consider limited hours?
  • Will you offer phone calls or online consultations?
  • What are the best sources of COVID-19 information to use?
  • How can you partner with other small businesses in your local community?

The best way to maximize your marketing ROI is to make sure your dental practice is active on social media. According to Pew Research, “Social media is part of their daily routine. Roughly three-quarters of Facebook users – and around six-in-ten Instagram users – visit these sites at least once a day.” (source: https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/fact-sheet/social-media/). Given the growing use of social media by consumers (including your current and potential new patients), it is clear social media is here to stay. However, it is important to use this critical tool strategically and carefully.

Dental Practices can use social media to help accomplish the following:

  1. Remind patients you are their ‘virtual care’ dental resource.
    The best way to retain your patients is to continue to provide ongoing patient communications. Let your patients know your new office hours, how to contact your team during a dental emergency, and how to define a dental emergency procedure. Ultimately, let them know you are still available for their emergency care across the coming weeks.Important Tip: Make sure that your dental practice and staff share posts from credible resources like the CDC or the ADA. Be sure to check out the CDC website for the latest recommendations.
  2. Get their attention online – just be sure to use it wisely. During a time when most patients are quarantined at home, their time online is extended. In addition to managing their families, they are helping with homework and trying to entertain themselves. Anything that helps your patients stay healthy and safe is welcomed. Be sure your social media posts provide helpful tips that can be tailored to all patient types. For example, you can share a post or email with information helpful for elderly and highly vulnerable dental patients or send custom tips for patients with young children.
  3. Stay top of mind with your patients.
    Keep in mind that most patients look forward to hearing from their Dentist.  With the sheer volume of emails and social media messaging that the average consumers receive online from unsolicited emails and direct mail, viewing a post on their Facebook page that provides valuable updates will be a welcome reprieve. Another great way to stay connected with your patients is to share precautions you and your staff recommend taking for to stay healthy.Important Tip: By using Facebook Boosted Posts, dental offices can reach potential patients that do not follow their practice on social media. This can help generate likes, patient reviews and shares of your Facebook page. Think of each “share” as a way to grow your audience. If Jane Smith shares your informative social media post with her friends, this is a new group of potential patients that will learn about your dental practice.
  4. Earn new patients by telling them why they should try your dental practice.
    Social media advertisements are a great way to communicate with potential new patients as well. They offer dentists a visual platform to share their own personal story while highlighting how they are different from the local competition. Of all marketing channels, social media offers the most benefit due to the large volume of active users. Facebook has 2.5 billion monthly users across all demographics.  That means Millennial, Generation X and Baby Boomer patients are all online actively sharing, commenting and engaging with content. If you have new technology or a special promotion, consider running a paid advertisement to attract new patients on Facebook. Not only is online marketing environmentally-friendly, but it provides detailed reporting so each post can be improved over time. It also means you will know exactly how many potential patients clicked or viewed your Facebook Ad, in addition to your conversions.Important Tip: Launch a Facebook Boost Ad to target patients in your zip code with interests that match what your practice offers. For example, if you offer “new teeth whitening technology” or your “kid-friendly patient waiting area” it’s important to create a Facebook ad that shares this information or anything that makes your practice unique.

 

Your Next Patient is Online. According to Google, there are over 1,360,000,000 results for a google search of “dentists near me”. Call us at (888) 932-3644 or Request a Free Consultation to learn how we can help you with all aspects of your social media marketing – from content, posting, design and delivery.

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Top 10 COVID-19 Dental Practice Resources

Keeping up with the latest information regarding COVID-19 is critical for dental practices. As new updates emerge, it is vital that you refer to resources that have real-time data that can help your practice evaluate developments over the coming weeks.

In order to help you navigate through the pandemic, here is a list of top 10 resources to help you navigate these unprecedented times

  1. American Dental Association (ADA). The ADA offers the latest information in dental industry news. This website has the latest information on the COVID-19 relief bill and what it means for dentistry and your practice. They also share continued guidance on dental emergency procedures, and whether to offer nonemergency care: https://www.ada.org/
  2. California Dental Association (CDA). The CDA website is a great resource for dental practices looking for the latest webinars, HIPAA compliance, helpful resource library, tips on practice management, as well as providing urgent updates by text: https://www.ada.org/en/member-center/coronavirus-resource-toolkit-for-ada-members
  3. Dental Economics. This valuable business journal is a practice management resource that helps dentists in every stage of their careers, from dental students to new dentists to seasoned clinicians: https://www.dentaleconomics.com/
  4. National Network for Oral Health Access. This resource for dental practices offers case studies, consent forms, and the latest updates on the pandemic and what it means for your practice: http://www.nnoha.org
  5. Apple and Center for Disease Control (CDC). This joint effort with Apple and the CDC offers a FREE COVID-19 Screening Tool. This tool can help you understand what to do next about COVID-19: https://www.apple.com/covid19
  6. American Association of Endodontists (AAE). Their website offers a full page on COVID-19, including implications for Dental Care and current best practices. As their website notes, they will offer new recommendations as the pandemic evolves: https://www.aae.org/specialty/clinical-resources/covid-19-updates-resources/
  7. Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC website is updated frequently to cover recent events and contains comprehensive guidelines such as “Interim Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for Dental Settings During the COVID-19 Response” to protect your practice and your patients: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
  8. Dentistry Today. This a valuable article for dentists looking to compare their preparedness to the rest of the industry: https://www.dentistrytoday.com/news/todays-dental-news/item/6014-dentists-already-are-prepared-for-the-coronavirus
  9. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA). The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary federal agency for improving health care to people who are geographically isolated, economically or medically vulnerable. They include a helpful list of FAQs that cover need-to-know information on dealing with the outbreak: https://www.hrsa.gov/coronavirus
  10. United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA provides valuable resources such as a list of the most effective disinfectants to use against COVID-19, as well as emerging viral pathogen claims for SARS-CoV-2: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-releases-list-disinfectants-use-against-covid-19 and https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus

We hope you find these resources helpful.

We are here to help. ProSites is also here to help you with your patient communication needs. Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor today at (888) 932-3644 or click here to request a free consultation with our industry experts.

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Practice Marketing

It’s Summertime and Patient Communication Is… Easy?

Ahh, summer – days that seem to stretch on forever, relaxed work hours, impromptu BBQs and trips to the beach. For every one of your patients breathing deeply and digging their toes into the sand, there’s another one (or three) balancing camp drop-off and pick-up times, carpool schedules, and trying to fit in as much family fun as possible, all while secretly counting down the days until school starts again.

Whether you’re competing with last-minute vacations or over-booked schedules, summer can be a tough time to keep your dental chair occupied. Before you hang a “Gone Fishing” sign on the practice door, pour yourself a large iced tea and read on to learn how an effective automated recall system can help you reach your patients during the dog days of summer.

Last minute cancellations and no-shows are gray clouds in a full schedule’s sunny sky. Whether they’re juggling swim lessons and tennis camp or enjoying a spontaneous mid-week getaway, chances are your patients’ schedules look a lot different than they did six months ago when they booked their teeth cleaning. Dental appointment reminders are critical to full books any time of year, but good luck getting patients to answer the phone when they’re chauffeuring the soccer team or relaxing by the pool.

Automated email and dental text reminders are the first line of defense against holes in your summer schedule. Not only do automated messages save your front desk team time, but patients are much more likely to respond to a text or email than take a call (FYI – this is just as true in January as it is in July). A patient recall system with two-way text messaging allows patients to conveniently confirm their appointment directly from their smartphone. Plus, it’s non-invasive – so you don’t run the risk of interrupting them mid-way through that sizzling summer novel.

Ok, your automated reminders went out but apparently, Bob is already on his way to the beach. How can you quickly fill his slot? Group text messaging allows the front desk team to easily reach out to patients who have asked to be notified of earlier openings. This feature saves time by messaging several patients at once, increasing the likelihood that Bob’s vacant slot is filled before his feet even hit the sand.

Since summer means fewer commitments for some, it can also be a prime opportunity to re-engage patients who may have let appointments lapse earlier in the year. Automated communication systems take the hassle out of patient recare by sending overdue treatment reminders at pre-defined intervals. To ensure no one falls through the cracks because of a change in phone number or mailing address, be sure to use a system that employs multiple outreach methods (i.e. dental postcards, phone calls, email and text message).

Finally, what June and July lack in terms of hygiene production is often made up in August with the back-to-school push. This is when parents take stock of everything that needs to get done before their little angels head back to school. Sports physicals and dental visits suddenly take precedence over lemonade stands and pick-up basketball games. Your schedule fills up and family messaging comes in handy. The family messaging feature consolidates reminders, so families bringing multiple patients to one visit receive a single message instead of a reminder for each individual. Not only does this feature keep your dental practice current with technology, you also get bonus points for providing a streamlined patient experience!

At the end of the day, summer is fleeting. So, enjoy it –  find an automated recall system that works for your dental practice and relax knowing you’re bases are covered. Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor at 888-932-3644 to discuss your specific practice needs and potential ways that our patient communication solutions from PracticeMojo can help.

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Practice Marketing

5 Must-have Dental Marketing Tips in 5 Minutes

How’s your marketing ROI? Do you know if your website is compliant? What about online security – do dental practices really need to pay attention to it? And what do dentists really need to know about online reviews?

Watch our 5-minute video with our VP of Products, Keith Washington, as he talks to Dr. Chris Salierno about gathering positive reviews, how to manage your online reputation, online security, HIPAA compliance, and more.

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Company News

ProSites and GLO Science Launch New Partnership

We are excited to announce a new partnership with GLO Science. GLO Science, headquartered in NYC, provides an innovative tooth whitening solution that dentists may offer to patients. This new collaboration ties online marketing through to the in-office experience, helping dental offices drive new patients into the practice while creating meaningful and lasting relationships.

As part of the new partnership, dental offices that have a ProSites website and offer GLO Science teeth whitening will now have the option to add a dedicated page about the service directly on their website, with just one click of a button.

To learn more about this partnership, please click here to see the full press release.

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Search Marketing

6 Mistakes Practices Are Making With Pay-Per-Click Dental Advertising

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising can quickly attract more potential dental patients to your website. Tools like Google AdWords and Bing Ads help dentists appear on the top of search results, but they only pay when a searcher clicks the ad (instead of paying each time the ad is shown).

However, PPC can quickly become ineffective when not executed correctly – and if common mistakes are made, dental practices risk spending a lot of money without attracting new patients like they had hoped.

Below are the top costly and common mistakes to avoid when it comes to dental pay-per-click ads:

Mistake #1: Wasting precious ad copy real estate. PPC ads have character limits which forces the message to be brief.

Therefore, instead of repeating the same exact message in the headline (blue text) and description (gray text), have the copy compliment and build off one another to provide more information.

Mistake #2: Mispellings [Sic]. Misspelling ad copy can signal carelessness to potential patients (even if it’s not true!) which may skew them away from your practice. Make sure to thoroughly review your ads and run a spell check to ensure correct spelling and grammar. Grammarly.com is a helpful tool to check all of your communications, including ad copy.

Mistake #3: Bidding on keywords for services you don’t offer. Targeting every single dental keyword can be tempting, but it won’t be an effective use of your budget because those visitors are not likely to convert into patients. Instead, prioritize targeting keywords for services that you do offer and create the most revenue for your practice (i.e. veneers, replacing amalgam fillings with composite ones, etc.).

Mistake #4: Sending visitors to your homepage or contact page. While this may seem like a good idea, it may actually hurt your conversion rate (the number of people who click your ad, and then ultimately contact your practice). Why? Visitors need to get the information they initially searched for, immediately. If they click an ad about teeth whitening, but land on a contact page with no information about that service, they won’t be pleased. Instead, send visitors to a page that correlates with the PPC ads you are running. Be sure these landing pages include information about the service and provide a strong call-to-action near the top and bottom of the page.

Mistake #5: Failing to split-test your ad text. Part of improving your ROI on PPC campaigns requires ad copy testing. By testing your ads, you can learn which set(s) of ad copy resonates most with searchers and you can continually improve your ads. For example, you can test if showing a price in ad copy is more effective than not:

Test A

Test B

By testing the headlines only (“teeth whitening special” vs. “$99 teeth whitening”) you will be able to track the difference in results directly back to the change of headline. (If you change more than one part of the ad, it would be hard to pinpoint the exact reason one ad outperformed the other.) After a period of time, you’ll see that one of the ads outperforms the other – from there, use the winning headline and try testing something different (like the description).

Mistake #6: Not using negative keywords. Negative keywords are keywords that you do not want your ads to appear, such as “free cleanings.” By setting negative keywords, you limit unwanted clicks and traffic which saves money and helps you maximize your budget.

By using ad copy real estate wisely, checking spelling and grammar, monitoring keywords, testing, and creating landing pages are all ways to get more from your PPC budget, improve your return on investment, and win new patients quickly online.

To learn how we at ProSites can help you attract qualified search traffic quickly, fill out the form below to speak to an Internet Marketing Advisor or call (888) 932-3644.

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Practice Marketing

4 Dental Marketing Strategies to Implement Today

Like many things, growing your dental practice is easier said than done. A large part of success starts with getting the word out about your practice – and getting yourself noticed by potential new patients at the ideal time.

To help you start brainstorming new ways to enhance your dental marketing strategy, use these four ideas below to get started.

1. Collect positive patient reviews. Before calling, prospective patients will do their own research first – such as reading online reviews about your practice. In fact, BrightLocal found that 85% of consumers read 10 reviews before making a purchase decision with nearly half (47%) believing online reputation is important specifically for doctors and dentists.

To grow the amount of reviews about your practice – simply, ask! When patients express gratitude or sing praises, thank them and ask if they’d be willing to share their experience via a online review (and provide them an applicable link of where to go once they agree). You can also post signs in your practice and send personalized emails. For additional ideas on how to garner more online reviews, read this free whitepaper about dental reviews.

2. Build your social media presence. Social media isn’t just about funny meme’s; 42% of consumers use it to access health-related reviews with the goal of choosing a better provider.

Social media marketing gives your practice the opportunity to engage and interact with current and potential patients in a more relaxed and personable environment. It also opens the door to help you increase referrals and website traffic.

To get the most out of social media, make sure you complete your profiles with practice information, website URL, hours, specialties, and quick descriptions. Then, post consistently and frequently with content that will resonate with your audience. For example, if your patient base consists of young families, share  articles or games that parents can use to teach their children about oral hygiene.

3. Claim Google My Business and Yelp listings. These sites are some of the most popular review sites out there. And, even if you haven’t claimed your listing, patients can still review your practice, so you might as well monitor what’s being said. By claiming your listing, you signal that you’re a real practice and help get verified by search engines. Claiming your listings may also positively impact your rankings within search results.

To claim your listing, you only need 15 minutes. As a result, you’ll be able to update profile information, load photos, respond to reviews and more. You can also access analytics to learn how many people are reaching you via the listings.

4. Update your profile within dental-specific directories. Look at sites like Vitals.com to ensure your practice information is up-to-date. This is additionally important as dental-specific directories are more likely to appear within search results when someone searches your exact name.

To get more ideas and recommendations on which marketing strategies may be best for your practice, fill out a form to get a call with one of our internet marketing experts.

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