By building a social media community you establish a loyal and exclusive audience that you can build a relationship of trust with. We give some advice on how to go about building your business’ online community, so that you can start to promote your services.
Local SEO can put your business on the digital map, so that when people in your neighborhood search for your products or services they find your business. Check out our infographic to learn why you need Local SEO and what the process involves.
Bing and Google both offer their platforms to advertise small businesses like yours. Which is best for your market? We offer some insight that can help you decide where your investment will garner the greater return.
Happy patients make for a successful dental practice. Here are five actionable tips you can follow to help improve spirits in your office, to earn your dentistry positive reviews, and to make sure your patients come back. And it’s all things you can do for free and as simple as just smiling more often.
As long as most of your customers and patients are finding your website through third parties, like search engines and social media, SEO will always be a relevant and crucial part of your internet marketing.
Negative reviews are a part of business life. Even a minor mistake can induce a customer to write a bad review about your business. The best approach to responding to such a review is to empathize and sympathize with the reviewer, apologize for their bad experience (whether or not it was your business’ fault), and restate your business’ emphasis on providing high-quality service.
The toughest part of marketing on Facebook can be getting followed by your patients and by potential patients. Here are five things you can do to help build your practice’s Facebook presence and use your fan page to acquire future patents.
Google’s decision to include mobile-friendliness as a ranking factor was just the beginning. Now Bing, which powers Yahoo!, has decided to introduce it as a ranking factor for its own algorithm. As more and more customers go mobile, so will other search engines and so should your business.
I have all too often witnessed a business’ online presence’s rise and fall because of a lack of long-term SEO commitment. A one-time investment in SEO produces temporary results and then the efforts are abandoned. As a result, the business’ SEO burns out, as competitors catch up and the original investment depreciates. As the website continues…
If you haven’t already read Shareaholic’s latest Social Media Traffic Report, there are two main takeaways to be aware of: Social media drives about a third of all traffic to websites, up from nearly a quarter from 2013. Facebook is responsible for around a quarter of all social media traffic to websites. What does this mean…