Online content. You’ve heard the term, and you know it’s key for your online marketing strategy, but perhaps you don’t fully understand all of the elements that make up online content. You see, online content is so much more than well-written, informative words. It’s content with a purpose, with each page designed specifically and intentionally to both inform viewers and to be promoted as valued content worthy of high search engine ranks. From headlines to meta-descriptions to alt text for images, every piece of your content from beginning to end should be working to increase web traffic long after it’s posted to the web.
Facebook Live! videos have come a long way in the two years since the service launched platform wide. The live streaming tool has been used for almost everything from broadcasting family events like gender reveals and birthday parties to important news events and business launches. Facebook makes no apologies for prioritizing those live streams in their newsfeeds. So why do so many businesses shy away from the camera?
When was the last time you redesigned your church’s website? If you’re still sitting on the initial copy of your site designed more than three years ago, it’s time to talk about a website redesign.
A website redesign isn’t just about keeping up with design trends (although that’s certainly part of it), it’s about reaching your members and prospects the way they want to be reached, having your site show up in relevant searches, offering opportunities for engagement on platforms where they are comfortable and giving them a glimpse into your culture before they ever attend a service. It can play a big part in your church marketing efforts.
With hundreds of home improvement blogs filling the interwebs with information, what’s the point of offering one more voice? Can you really add to the noise about colors, textures and styles?
If your goal is to get to the front of page of Google with the keyword “granite countertop”, then your chances are probably pretty slim. If your goal is to set yourself apart as an expert in your local area, you’ve probably got a pretty good chance of accomplishing your goal.
If you are a cabinetry designer, architect, or interior designer, staging a home or room for your Houzz marketing strategy, social media pages and website is critical for your business’s success. In today’s world where everyone shops online before buying in-person, home staging has now become crucial to increase your home improvement lead generation from your websites and social media pages. Check out these home staging tips:
In March 2010, three entrepreneurs launched a new social networking site from an apartment in San Francisco. The concept? A virtual pinboard where users could “pin” their favorite things to personal interest boards to share with their followers. By December 2011, the site was one of the top 10 largest social sites with over 11 million visits each week and was named the best new startup of the year by TechCrunch, a top tech industry publisher.
That site (if you haven’t already guessed) is none other than Pinterest, and in September 2017, it had more than 200 million users registered. A recent statistic showed that 5% of all referral traffic to websites comes from the social networking site which isn’t hard to believe when two-thirds of pins represent products or brands. Couple those stats with the fact that 87% of pinners say they’ve used the site to make a purchase decision, there’s no question that you should be promoting your blog through Pinterest as part of your social media marketing campaign.
The 2018 flu season broke records for clinic visits (according to the CDC) and hospitalizations. Urgent care and family medical clinics have worked tirelessly for the last several months and may be ready to breathe a sigh of relief to return to normal patient levels. While flu visits hopefully decline, providers will continue to see a healthy schedule of patients in the coming months thanks to allergy season in the South.
But what happens in May when practice loads often lighten? Does every practice just see enough patients during cold and flu season to sustain it through the sunny days of summer?
When it comes to writing medical clinic blog and website content, keeping it simple is key. While medical professionals might understand medical jargon, most Americans don’t have the same understanding of these terms. Plus, if your patients have to turn to Google to decipher your content, you aren’t achieving your goals to inform and educate them. Here are a few tips to keep your copy simple and easy to understand.
We hear this question all the time. “Should I have multiple medical clinic social media accounts for multiple locations?” Our answer: It depends. We see the pros and cons of both options. Take Disney for instance. They have several accounts for their difference presences and they are incredibly successful. On the other hand, some brands see difficulty maintaining identity with multiple social media accounts (especially if they don’t have a Disney-like marketing department or budget). So what should you do? Here’s breakdown of the pros and cons of separate social accounts.