We’ve determined the four most important marketing services we could offer
dentists to bring in new patients.
80% of consumers say a search engine is their top choice among a collection of digital and nondigital sources to look up information for local businesses. Over 60% of clicks go to the top three results. This means patients looking for a dentist will be turning to Google as a top source for help and if you’re not in the top three results you’re missing out on a lot of business.
62% of consumers read online reviews as a first step to finding a new doctor. With Google’s recent local SEO update, which prioritizes businesses with better reviews over businesses with poor or no reviews, your reputation matters more than ever.
Want to target married mothers who recently moved within 10 miles of your office, purchased a home, with a household income of at least $100k per year, and are between the ages of 27-40? That’s the power of Facebook.
Does your website represent your business well? Does it convert traffic into leads? Getting people to your website is only half of the equation. A study of 12,500 dental practices estimated the worth of a new dental patient at over $4,000. If your website is the reason you’re losing one customer per month, that’s $48,000 per year. We can fix that.
There is no one size fits all marketing strategy. Your brand and your goals are unique to you and your practice. This is why each of our marketing strategies are custom and start with a Discovery Process.
This two week process is a deep dive into the data and your practice. We discover what makes your brand unique, help you better understand your patients, learn how we can find you your ideal patients, perform keyword research and market research specific to your area.
Then we analyze our findings and present you with our analysis and suggested strategies. From here you’re free to continue working with us or you can hand over our suggestions to another firm or someone internally to execute them. (Proudly, 100% of our Discovery Process clients have chosen the former over the latter.)