Why Your Practice Needs Dentist Social Media Marketing

Lipca 20, 2017

A guide to Dentist Social Media

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If you are a dentist and you are not using Social Media you’re losing out on massive opportunities. Social media sites such as Facebook, Świergot, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn are free to use. This means your ROI (zwrot z inwestycji) for just one paying client can be HUGE. Co więcej, social media is no longer dominated by the young. Older people are getting onto social media each day. This is HUGE when it comes to new patient potential in multiple demographics.

Why Your Practice Needs Dentist Social Media Marketing

Here a few social media stats to better frame the scene:

  • Facebook alone has more than 1.94 billion monthly active users
  • 80% of all American adults actively use social media
  • 23% of all time spent online is on social media websites.
  • 64% of Twitter users & 51% of Facebook users are more likely to purchase from a small business they’ve seen on social media

Social media websites are a great way to advertise your business, connect with patients, and get more visibility for your dental practice. What exactly are the benefits of Social Media Marketing for dentists?

  • Social Media Affects SEO rankings
  • Educate current and potential clients about your offerings
  • Increase patient retention
  • Highlight cosmetic treatments
  • Encourage referrals

How Social Media Affects SEO Rankings

Facebook, Świergot, And Google Plus May help with web rankings

Although it has not been confirmed, search engines are using social signals to determine search results. Search engines such as Google will factor the quality and size of your social media accounts into their results. A healthy following (relevant followers and a robust number of followers) shows search engines that you are creating quality content, something that is very important to said search engines.

Pro Tip: make sure that your SEO keywords are included in profiles, headlines, links, and bios for all your social media profiles. Include these keywords in your status updates

Social Media sites can help Dentists get customers

On top of this, you need to consider each social media site as a mini search engine. Grand Street Dental in NYC understands this and uses hashtags on Instagram to increase their chances of being discovered. Whenever someone searches for the hashtags that the account has used in their post, this practice has a chance of being discovered. This includes location, industry, and branded hashtags that will yield a view that can be converted to a paying customer.

Educate Patients & Highlight Cosmetic Treatments

Dr. Richard Marques does a great job educating current and potential customers on his Twitter account under the handle of @Ask_The_Dentist. His profile encourages people to ask questions via DM, and he shares content like this video which educates clients on the services he provides. This type of content can be shared on almost any social network.

Increase Patient Retention

The Singing Dentists knows what Dentist Social Media is all about. Tak, he’s a real dentist who is known for his singing. He creates videos talking and singing about dental health. Notice how many views and shares these video gets. It’s a great way for him to market his brand and his practice. Perhaps you don’t have a great singing voice, but there are tons of other types of posts you can create on Social Media to show the human side of your practice. This type of post will create a connection with your current clients who will then share your content to their social circle. It keeps them loyal to your practice AND gets them to market your services. Pretty neat, dobrze?

Social Media Tips for Dentists

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Use A Scheduling Dashboard

Using a social media scheduling calendar will keep you organized. Just like your practice, social media needs to be carefully planned and executed. z Socialdraft, you can control the dashboard, give access to either your social media firm or your in-house marketer and have control over what is being published to Social Media. You can pull reports, engage your audience and much more.

Review Your Website

Start off by making sure your site is responsive. You want to make sure that all the traffic you drive from social media counts. If your website is slow, people are likely to bounce, and Google will drop you in the search results.

Enable social sharing plugins to make it easy for your audience to share your blogs on social media. Również, make sure that your social media accounts are easily located at the top of your website.

Post Often

If you’re short on time or manpower, you don’t need to publish daily. Remember that the quality of the content is more important than the frequency. jednak, if you use a dashboard such as Socialdraft, you can use CSV sheets to schedule evergreen content such as yearly holidays, treatment reminders and more.

Keep Your Branding Consistent

Make sure that the aesthetics of your social media accounts match that of your office and in-house marketing materials.

Show Off

If you are mentioned on a blog, newspaper or dental publication, don’t be shy. Share that all over social media. When your customers leave you a nice review on Yelp, go ahead. Share it. It’s easy with Socialdraft’s alert system. It lets you know every time you’re mentioned online.

Offer Sweepstakes and Contests

Skip the Groupons, these tend to bring in one-time deal seekers. Zamiast, offer discounts and deals to patients who take social actions – such as tweeting their beautiful smile and tagging your Twitter account.

 

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