A recent survey by Zoc Doc shows the necessity for you to keep your practice relevant through a strategic marketing partnership to continue to move your practice into the digital age. As more clients look for relevant content generated via websites and social media your firm may not get the recognition it needs to grow without the implementation of a digital marketing plan. The survey shows:

  • 83% of practices employ      the use of a website
  • 63% allow patients to submit      or print forms via the web
  • 62% of physicians have      sent patients prescriptions electronically
  • Physicians are realizing      online reputation management is necessary
  • Leverage of social media      is an invaluable marketing tool
  • Social media can help tap      into the millennial generation market.

A strategic marketing partnership ensures you are maximizing the benefits of social media through the generation of shareable and relevant content. In addition, a marketing partner can help manage your reputation and provide valuable feedback to improve your practice. Responding to negative publicity on the internet can regain clients that potential may be lost and turn that internet savvy client from adversary to supporter.  Check out the article at Dentistry IQ that references the Zoc Doc survey finds be clicking First digital doctor survey released from ZocDoc.

To discuss a digital marketing plan and online reputation management or repair content, contact Koreen Hart of Hart Marketing by calling (321)-662-1660 or via email at koreen@hartincorporated.com. You can also check out the Hart website at http://www.hartincorporated.com/#.


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