Recorded Webinar Social Media For The Medical Practice
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Build a social media campaign for your practice, today. Set up the different kinds of pages without wasting valuable time. Secure your name, protect your reputation and start building your network. This free course gives you all the tools to do it yourself.
- Use Facebook to grow your practice
- Lock in your Twitter page
- LinkedIn for SEO
- Connecting it all to your website
- Save time: 10 essential tips
- Find and use your digital assets
"We Have Slashed a Yellow Page Ad Campaign by $80,000 a Year and are Attracting More High Quality Patients Than Ever Before"
Since becoming our client in 2006, Dr. Bill Mulliken at Mill Creek Dentistry has worked with his dedicated Einstein team to keep up with the latest products in internet marketing. From search engine optimization to flash animation and call tracking, the sedation dentist in Seattle feels he saves money that he would otherwise spend at advertising outlets like Yellow Pages. Read what Dr. Mulliken wrote to one of our team members: Mark, I wanted to let you know how much I have appreciated your help in designing and maintaining our web site,
Do It Yourself Video: Tempting? Yes. Good Idea? No.
Having worked in the online video business for the past three-plus years, I have heard one question a lot. "How about if I just shoot my own video and send it to you!" Can you do that? Yes. Should you do it? In most cases, absolutely not! I know you mus be thinking, "what else is he going to say, he's pitching video!" But you have to believe me when I say, that most (99.5 percent) video that is shot by amateur videographers ends up being just that, amateurish. The money that many people "think" they are saving by shooting their own video, more often than not, ends up costing them more money in the long run financially, and costing them big-time in the all important image department. I've never quite understood why so many intelligent people would spend well thought out dollars on a web design or SEO strategy, but "blow it" by adding what amounts to "home video" on a YouTube link to their site! If the sleek design is effective, and the SEO dr