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Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
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Internet Marketing for Dental Practices
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Internet Marketing for Dental Practices

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Website, Google, Yelp, for dental practice marketing. How to utilize the internet and your website to maximize your external marketing efforts. What impact can your website have on internal …

Website, Google, Yelp, for dental practice marketing. How to utilize the internet and your website to maximize your external marketing efforts. What impact can your website have on internal marketing efforts.

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    • 1. Understanding Internet Marketingfor Dental Practices
      Kathy Hokunson
      Regional Sales Manager,
      Site-Seeker, Inc. br />
    • 2. Who are we?
      • Founded in 2003
      • 3. Corporate Office in New Hartford NY
      • 4. Satellite offices in Bloomfield CT & Boston MA, New Jersey
      • 5. Employs 20 in CNY, CT & MA
      • 6. Full Service Internet Marketing Agency
      • 7. Search Engine Optimization Services
      • 8. Pay-Per-Click Management Services
      • 9. Social Media Implementation and Mgmt
      • 10. Web Design, Development, Applications & Testing
      • 11. Analytics
    • Fast Track 50 of CNY
      MV Chamber of Commerce
      3
      4
      2
      Top 3
      2007
      2008
      2009
      2009 Business of the Year
      B2B Twitterer of the Year
      @KatieHoke
    • 12. What We Will Cover
      -Internet Marketing as External Marketing:
      Building the foundation utilizing your website
      Driving traffic to your website
      SEO, Google Local & PPC
      Engaging your patients – measuring for success
      - Internal Marketing / Reputation Management
      Measuring patient satisfaction
      Encouraging referrals and making it easy
      Reconnecting with patients
      Measuring ROI
    • 13. Understanding your audience . . .
    • 14.
    • 15. A Show of Hands
      How many of you…
      …are currently acquiring new patients from your website?
      …believe you could be acquiring new patients from your website?
      …are not sure where to start?
    • 16. Why has practice marketing become challenging?
      • Hard to break old habits
      • 17. The options are changing & expanding rapidly
      • 18. We are in a technology revolution
      • 19. Patient behaviors and expectations have changed
      • 20. Your website has to act as a 24 hour patient referrer
    • What patients expect to find online
      Information relevant to your patient:
      • Do you offer the dental services I need?
      • 21. Where are you located?
      • 22. What do other people think about your dental practice?
      • 23. Do you make it easy to be your patient?
      • 24. Practice hours
      • 25. Online appointment requests
      • 26. Email appointment confirmations
    • Drive
      Convert
      Your Website
      Cornerstones to a successful Internet marketing strategy
    • 27. DRIVE
    • 28. Search Engine Marketing (SEM)
      SEO
      Pay-Per-Click
      An Internet advertising strategy used on search engines, advertising networks, and content websites, such as blogs, where advertisers bid on keywords to achieve ad placement.
      The process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a website from search engines via “natural” (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results.
      • In 2008 North American advertisers spent 27.5 billion on SEM, a 22% increase over 2007 and a 40% increase over 2006.
      • 29. From the emarketer digital intelligence website
    • Search Engine Results Page
    • 30. - Google
    • 31. Search engine marketing
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Jump to: navigation, search
      Let’s define SEO...
      Search Engine Optimization or SEO is a multi – phase process.
      • To have a successful SEO program you must think of SEO in terms of ongoing and in constant motion.
      Two Phase Approach
      Phase 1: Website Structure
      Phase 2: Ongoing SEO Efforts
      Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to theSearch Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods include: search engine optimization (or SEO), paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.[1] Other sources, including the New York Times, define SEM as the practice of buying paid search listings.[2][3]
    • 32. Search engine marketing
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Jump to: navigation, search
      SEO Program – Phase 1
      The Basics
      • Keyword Research and Selection
      • 33. Title, Header, Keyword, Description, Alt Img
      • 34. Content rewrite - keyword density
      • 35. URL Structure
      • 36. Navigation
      • 37. Organization of code and link structure
      • 38. XML sitemap
      • 39. Robots.txt
      • 40. Webmaster tools accounts
      • 41. Analytics and conversion funnels
      • 42. Establish a baseline
      Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to theSearch Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods include: search engine optimization (or SEO), paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.[1] Other sources, including the New York Times, define SEM as the practice of buying paid search listings.[2][3]
    • 43. Search engine marketing
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Jump to: navigation, search
      SEO Program – Phase 1
      The Basics
      • Keyword Research and Selection
      • 44. Title, Header, Keyword, Description, Alt Img
      • 45. Content rewrite - keyword density
      • 46. URL Structure
      • 47. Navigation
      • 48. Organization of code and link structure
      • 49. XML sitemap
      • 50. Robots.txt
      • 51. Webmaster tools accounts
      • 52. Analytics and conversion funnels
      • 53. Establish a baseline
      Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to theSearch Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods include: search engine optimization (or SEO), paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.[1] Other sources, including the New York Times, define SEM as the practice of buying paid search listings.[2][3]
    • 54. Keyword Research
      • What are your main objectives
      • 55. New patients
      • 56. Increase revenue for particular services
      • 57. General dentistry
      • 58. How do your patients refer to these services?
    • Keyword Selection
    • 59. Google Trends
    • 60. Keyword Selection - Summary
      • Keywords tell the search engines what your site is about
      • 61. Don’t let the website designer pick your keywords
      • 62. Use words and phrases that your customers use
      “Keyword”
    • 63. On-Page Elements of SEO
      Meta Data
      • Title Tag (65 – 70 characters)
      • 64. Description Tag (20 – 25 words: sentence structure)
      • 65. Keyword Tags (15 – 20 words)
      Page Content
      • Header Tag (H1) (primary keyword/phrase)
      • 66. Keyword/phrase as close to beginning as possible
      • 67. Alt Image Tags
      • 68. Keyword density
    • Content Writing for SEO
    • Content Writing for SEO
      Break apart content
      This is bad
      Our Dental Services
      Services
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      Service 1
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      Service2
    • 78. Content Writing for SEO
      Break apart content
      This is good
      Dental Service 1
      Service 1
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      Service 1
      Service 2
    • 79. Crucial Elements of SEO – XML Sitemap
      • Generate a sitemap
      - www.xml-sitemaps.com
      • Upload to your website.
      • 80. Tell Google, Yahoo, and Bing to Read It
      - google.com/sitemaps
      - siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com
      - bing.com/webmaster
    • 81. Crucial Elements of SEO – Robots.txt
      • Create a Robots.txt file
      - Can be done right in Google Webmaster tools
      - Prevent spiders from accessing portions of your site
      - Prevents duplicate content
      • Upload it to your website.
    • Establish Baseline & Benchmarks
      How will you measure the effectiveness of your website?
      • Increased visitors to the site
      • 82. New patient appointment requests
      • 83. Patient referrals
      • 84. Phone Calls
    • Search engine marketing
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Jump to: navigation, search
      SEO – Phase 2
      Ongoing SEO Efforts
      • Research and develop inbound links
      • 85. Create Authority - Create Content Pages for:
      • 86. social media
      • 87. micro sites
      • 88. 301 redirects from alternate domains
      • 89. Vertical search
      • 90. Addressing website performance, strengths and weaknesses as identified in GA reporting.
      Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to theSearch Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods include: search engine optimization (or SEO), paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.[1] Other sources, including the New York Times, define SEM as the practice of buying paid search listings.[2][3]
    • 91. Search engine marketing
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Jump to: navigation, search
      SEO Programs...
      Are NOTa one time deal.
      Ongoing process that requires
      • Monitoring for cause and effect
      • 92. Modification of actions to increase ROI.
      Many factors affect strength and positioning
      • Addressed a priority basis
      • 93. Look for biggest ROI opportunities
      • 94. Stay abreast of changes
      Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to theSearch Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods include: search engine optimization (or SEO), paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion.[1] Other sources, including the New York Times, define SEM as the practice of buying paid search listings.[2][3]
    • 95. Google Local
    • 96. © 2009 Site-Seeker, Inc.
    • 97. Get Listed - Step 1
    • 98. Get Listed - Step 2
    • 99. Local Search
    • 100.
    • 101. Local Search - Summary
    • DRIVE
      Pay-Per-Click(PPC)
    • 105.
    • 106. Getting Started
      • Keyword research
      • 107. Create negative words
      • 108. Establishing a budget
      • 109. Create budget parameters: Maximum spend by day, week or month
      • 110. Create effective display parameters
      • 111. Content Network?
      • 112. Time of day and days of week?
    • Ad Group
      Ad 1
      Ad 2
      Ad 3
      Account
      Campaign
      Basic Pay-Per-Click Structure
    • 113. - Google
    • 114. Convert & Measure
    • 115. On Page Engagements
    • 116. On Page Engagements – What’s Missing?
    • 117. Web Analytics Is...
      the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of internet data for purposes of understanding and optimizing web usage.
      - Wikipedia
      “Web analytics is not just a tool for measuring website traffic but can be used as a tool for business research and market research.”
    • 118. Short Form Submission
      October 2009
      120 Long Forms Submitted
      142 Short Forms Submitted
      262 Total
      114.75%
    • 119. April new site published
      Site baseline:
      May-June
      New site data:
      May - June
      Approximately 53% more traffic since new site was launched
    • 120. Client Found for “Name” Searches
      # of Visitors that searched by NAME – stayed the same
    • 121. Client Found for “non-name” Searches
      95% increase in prospect group traffic
    • 122. Stickiness
      Visitors that searched by name are now finding more value and staying on site longer.
    • 123. When you combine the site’s ability to engage users
      and increase traffic the results can be dramatic.
    • 124. Internal Internet Marketing Strategies:
      Adding value and ramping up ROI
    • 125. A Site-Seeker, Inc. Strategic Partner
    • 126. Patient Communications
      Save time and reach patients with the right message at the right time
      • Seamless Integration with Existing Practice Software
      • 127. Email/Text Confirmations
      • 128. Automated Continuing Care Reminders
      • 129. Online Patient Referrals
      • 130. Thank You messages
      • 131. Newsletters and custom marketing
      • 132. Integrated online appointment requests
    • Reputational Marketing
      Over 180,000 certified reviews submitted to date
      • Manage your online reputation on Google
      • 133. Demandforce certified reviews integrate into Google Local
      • 134. Gain exposure when people search for a dentist in your area
      • 135. Turn your online exposure into new patients
    • Reporting & Analytics
      Do more of what works and less of what doesn’t
      • Measure patient satisfaction
      • 136. Compare practice against peers
      • 137. Measure results generated every month
      • 138. Demandforce GUARANTEES to deliver $3 in value for every $1 spent, every month!
    • Measuring Results In Dollars - Referrals
    • 139. Measuring Results In Dollars – By Promotion
    • 140. Measuring Results In Dollars – Month Over Month
    • 141. Measuring Results In Efforts
    • 142.
    • 143.
    • 144.
    • 145. Measuring Results In Google
    • 146. Measuring Results In Google
    • 147.
    • 148.
    • 149. Bringing it all together . . .
      Effective Practice Marketing
      Is all about
      ROI
      Measure, Modify, Move forward
    • 150. Thank You!
      Search Engine Marketing
      Kathy Hokunson
      Regional Sales Manager,
      Site-Seeker, Inc. br />kathyhokunson@site-seeker.com

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