You read that right. According to recent reports, up to 85% of Facebook video is watched without sound. That means if you want those videos you’ve been stressing over (and paying for) to pay
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We get questions all the time about patient satisfaction surveys and whether or not they’re worth the effort and money. Let’s be clear: the goal of any patient survey is to build better doctor-patient
Ep. 159 | How New Changes to Facebook’s Review and Recommendation Policy Will Impact Your Medical PracticeMarketingInsights 2018-08-15T18:35:17+00:00
Did you miss (or intentionally skip over) that innocuous Facebook email saying your business page is going to be redesigned? “Oh no, now what!?” you might have cried out, either out loud or in
One of the things we sometimes hear from our medical practice clients is ‘should we be on Snapchat?’ Or would your limited and highly-valuable time be better used somewhere else? Snapchat has the potential
Ep. 158 | Tips to Use Timely Social Media Posts to Drive Engagement and Fill Empty Appointment SlotsMarketingInsights 2018-08-01T20:09:06+00:00
In this week’s episode, we share tips to use timely social media posts to drive engagement with your practice. These posts do extremely well, take little time to prep (if done correctly) and have
LinkedIn matters to your medical practice more than you may think. LinkedIn can be a game-changer for sourcing and acquiring the best talent out there, particularly if you’re looking to recruit a new doctor
Are you interested in applying a HIPAA-compliant social media strategy to manage and improve your online reputation and boost your authority among current and prospective patients? Of course you are. This week’s episode was
If your medical practice is looking to get in front of and engage new patients, particularly millennials with decision-making power, Instagram is the place to do it. Try this on for size: 75% of
This episode was taken at Dry Eye University in Orlando, FL, where we asked optometry and ophthalmology practice managers and physicians from around the globe what their greatest marketing challenge was. What we realized
If you’re scratching your head right now asking yourself “what the heck is Pinterest?” you’re in good company. You probably wouldn’t be surprised to learn that many of your medical colleagues don’t have the