Content Writing

What Do Your Dental Patients Want Online?

What Do Your Dental Patients Want Online?

You want and need to make your social media posts stand out for your prospects. With the incredible and ongoing flood of online content these days, that’s quite a task. Regardless of which social media channels you’re using to promote your practice, the first thing to keep in mind is that you’re not posting for…

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Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Dental Content?

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Dental Content?

Content is king on when it comes to being found on Google. But for dentists, as well as almost every other business, the right amount of content is the key to keeping your website ranking high. There are two reasons why too much content is a bad thing: keyword dilution, and reader fatigue. Keyword dilution…

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More is Not Better for Dental Websites

More is Not Better for Dental Websites

Content is and probably always will be king as far as Google is concerned, but dentists should be wary about adding content just to try to score higher in search engine results pages (SERP). That’s not to say that content doesn’t need to be kept fresh; that four-year-old article on dental implants isn’t likely to…

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Dentists Who Publish a Book Stand Out

Dentists Who Publish a Book Stand Out

One of the biggest problems that dentists face today is the presumption of competence. That might sound like a nonsensical statement, but it’s true. Dentists are viewed as advanced-degreed professionals and, as such, they’re presumed to be competent. In the minds of your prospects, one dentist is a basically as good as another. That’s a…

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What Story Does Your Dental Marketing Tell?

What Story Does Your Dental Marketing Tell?

Too much of today’s dental marketing is a straightforward proposition: “We do this for this much money.” Quite a few of a given market’s dental prospects will respond that approach. They’ll pick the lowest-price dentist, get some work done, and vanish. There are several downsides to that marketing approach. You’re having to cut your rates…

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The “Voice of the People” Can Be Bad News For Dentists

The “Voice of the People” Can Be Bad News For Dentists

Is your image of a consumer someone who uncritically chooses the goods or services that businesses offer? You’d better rethink that, because the rise of “consumerism” is changing the face of commerce. Take smart phones as an example. Every new phone has a huge marketing push, and some people seem to be compulsive adopters of…

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Will Your Online Dental Content Strategy Fail?

Will Your Online Dental Content Strategy Fail?

Benjamin Franklin reportedly coined the phrase, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” That holds true when it comes to your dental content marketing. Many dentists treat their content marketing as an afterthought. They’ve read, or been told, that they need to produce online content, so they do. But there’s often no strategy…

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How’s That Monthly Dental Advertising Thing Going?

How’s That Monthly Dental Advertising Thing Going?

I’ve met many dentists who can’t escape that “hamster on a treadmill” feeling. They’d prefer to spend more time solving patients’ dental problems. Instead, they have to take time away from clinical practice every single month to figure out their advertising for the next month. This is not why dentists spend four years in dental…

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When Your Dental Content “Muse” is AWOL

When Your Dental Content “Muse” is AWOL

One of the requirements for your dental website to rank high in organic search is to have fresh, authoritative content that answers searchers’ queries. Keeping that content fresh can be a challenge for dentists. Not everyone is naturally inclined toward writing and not everyone is skilled at producing content that is written a a level…

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Dentists Shouldn’t Always Believe Their Self-Talk

Dentists Shouldn’t Always Believe Their Self-Talk

It’s not always easy being a small business owner. Your decisions, including the staff you hire and the tone you set for your practice, are major determinants of your success. The ultimate responsibility is yours, and it’s likely that every small business owner has moments of self-doubt. One of the self-doubts that can last much…

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