Top 3 Reasons to Incorporate Long Tail Keywords in Your Dental SEO Strategy

When it comes to SEO, you should always work smarter, not harder. This is particularly true as you establish which keywords to optimize for throughout your dental website. In the past, short tail keywords – also referred to as “head terms” – were accepted as the best way to rank in the SERPs. Terms like “smile makeover,” for example, were…

Top Four Useful Tips for Dentists to Target the Right Audience with Search Marketing

Are you looking for ways to get your dental practice listed high in search results? Choosing keywords that support your dental practice’s marketing strategy is the first and most important step to targeting the right potential new patients the moment they search the Internet for services you offer. Most of the time, dentists target keywords based on which services bring…

Complete SEO Guide to A Google-friendly Dental Practice Website

So you want a Google-friendly Dental Practice Website, you say? First, let’s change your mindset about SEO being a monthly war with your competition on where you rank. In reality, it is a local campaign that helps provide the best user experience for patients, which in turn can help put you ahead of competitors. Here are a couple tips from…

Top 5 Tried and Tested Local SEO Tips for Multi-Location Dental Practices

Local SEO can be challenging for many dentistry practices because of the amount of competition within the regional landscape, whether you’re in a major city or a suburban area. But it doesn’t have to be problematic, as long as your SEO campaign is well organized and utilizes the right components to help your dental practice thrive. Adding multiple locations to…

Top Difference Between Bad Dental SEO & Good Dental SEO for Dentists

Have you ever questioned how to tell the difference between bad and good SEO for dentists? Understanding the differences in the SEO services you’re signing up for can make or break your dental practice. This is why we thought it would be a good idea to address the following questions: What Is Bad Dental SEO? What Is Good Dental SEO?…

Top 3 Essentials to Consider for Dental Practice to Keep Your Lead Intake Team On Point

Did you know that your advertising and marketing costs can range from $25 to over $400 just to generate one patient lead? The majority of dental practice owners fail to recognize this cost. And they also fail to share it with their intake staff. Consequently, many dental practices mishandle and waste valuable leads. The staff members who answer your phones and…

Top 3 SEO Facts Every Dentist Should Know in 2017 to Grow Their Dental Practice

It’s been many years now since dental practices started concerning themselves with some sort of an online presence. In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, simple dental websites began to pop up to serve as a “new” type of Yellow Page ad. Shortly following, several search engines rose up to help people find these sites. And it wasn’t long until…

Top 5 Dental Marketing Resolutions You Should Make to Grow Your Dental Practice in 2017

According to Statistic Brain, around 45% of Americans make resolutions. Only about 8% successfully achieve them (statistic brain). This year we’ve got five resolutions we think you’ll want to make and keep to grow your Dental Practice. #1 I Will Propagate My Presence On Social Media and Stay Engaged With My Followers. Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are all about connecting…

Dentists: Top 10 Important Things You Need to Take Control of When Switching to A New Dental Marketing Company

The dental marketing company you had high expectations for dropped the ball and now you’re ready to make the switch. Before you pick up the phone and make it official, you might want to step back, take a deep breath and pull out the following checklist. This is how you can take control of your online content, avoid vengeance and…

Top 3 Pioneering Dental Marketing Tactics for Dentists to Entice Quality New Patients

You know that your dental practice needs to show up online in order to attract quality new patients. But knowing that your dental practice needs to be found on Google’s search results is a lot easier than using dental marketing to actually show up there. There are specific action steps your dental practice can take to get found online and…