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Did your website traffic just plummet? The Google Medic Update may be the reason

By |September 14th, 2018|Categories: Step 1: Getting more leads|

In this post, we give you some quick facts about what you need to know about the Google Medic Update, what you can do about it if the Google Medic Update affected you, what we’re doing to help our customers deal with the Google Medic Update and what you can do for yourself.

Answered: 5 questions about social media marketing you’ve been dying to ask

By |September 6th, 2018|Categories: Customer Service and Sales Observations, Step 1: Getting more leads|

Should ophthalmologists use social media today? Watch this short video where Rod Solar speaks to Kristine Morrill for EuroTimes about how an ophthalmologist should handle social media in their practice. Should they do it, or should another designated person? Is social media a *must* in marketing today? What should ophthalmologists concern themselves with when using social media? What's on the horizon for social media? What trends should ophthalmologists be preparing for?

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ESCRS 2018 marketing masterclass: Learn how to market to patients at every stage of their journey

By |August 24th, 2018|Categories: ESCRS, News|Tags: , |

We can't wait to see you in Vienna, Austria on Sunday September 23rd when we give a Marketing Masterclass at ESCRS 2018. Learn how to market to patients at every stage of their journey, from information seeking through to surgical booking. You can stay for the whole day, or catch one of our 12 modules on everything from creating awareness, targetting the right people, pricing effectively, choosing your marketing tactics, engaging people correctly at their consultations, to stimulating more referrals. Even if you can't stay the whole day, come by and catch a module - read the full overview of our ESCRS marketing workshops here....

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5 ways to adapt your healthcare marketing to Millennials

By |August 17th, 2018|Categories: Marketing Feature, Step 0: Firm foundations, Step 1: Getting more leads|Tags: , |

There is no doubt that, of all the criteria that explain a consumer’s behaviour, the most crucial is his or her age and generation. This unavoidable fact affects everything, from what you say, where you say it, how you say it, and what you charge for your offerings. What appeals to a millennial may irritate a baby boomer. What delights a baby boomer may make a millennial cringe. You must seek to understand your audience if you hope for them to understand you. Generational marketing provides guidelines to help you do just that...

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Here’s a Quick Way to Increase Your Search Ranking on Google

By |August 8th, 2018|Categories: Step 1: Getting more leads|Tags: , |

Inbound links significantly influence your website's search visibility. But you don't just want a lot of links; the links you want should be high quality too. In this post, we share some quick tips to ensure you add and get links to and from external websites that point to specific pages on your website to improve the rankings of your pages. Note: If you don't want to bother with doing this yourself, you can forward this post to your SEO consultant…

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Website speed matters: Study finds 1 second delay means a 7% reduction in conversions

By |July 25th, 2018|Categories: Customer Service and Sales Observations, Step 1: Getting more leads|

A recent study by Akamai claims that if your website takes longer than 3 seconds to load, you could be losing nearly half of your visitors! Use this simple tool to find out how your website rates. Learn more about how we're taking action to maximise patient conversions through website speed improvements...

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