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How to Build a Lasting Twitter Strategy for Your Practice
Twitter is not only here to stay; it's growing as well. The platform is becoming a must use for all practices hoping to reach new patients and retain old patients. Here's how you can make sure your twitter strategy is one that lasts.
6 Medical Website Marketing Mistakes to Look Out For
Your website is often the first chance you'll have to make a lasting impression on a potential new patient or client. Don't let the chance pass you by because your website isn't presented as best as it can be.
How to Repurpose Your Content for a Targeted Response
Your content does not need to be one and done. Here are three ways to keep your blogs consistently relevant and fresh for your new, and returning, audience.
9 Steps to Make Your Website User Friendly
It's important to think of your practice's website as the first impression a client will have of you. Meaning your website not only has to be informative and proffesional, but also user firendly. Here are 9 steps to make sure your website is as user friendly as it could be.
Top Social Media Marketing Trends For Your Digital Marketing Strategy
Social media needs to play a key factor in your digital marketing strategy, but it takes more than just signing up for an account and making a profile. In the ever-changing world of social media here are the current top trends you should be paying attention to.
6 Things to Know About Outplacement in Healthcare
If you're in charge of your own practice there may come a time when you have to lay some of your employees office. However, the process does not have to be harder than it already is. Here are six things to know about outplacement that can ensure your former employees land on their feet.
4 Ways to Convert Your Instagram Followers into Clients
Gaining a social media following can be a major boost for your practice, especially on Instagram. However, just finding a following won't result in a better bottom line you also need to convert those followers into clients. Here are four steps to help turn those followers into potential clients.
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