Content Marketing  (Slides 21-40)Getting Your Web Page        Ranked      Randall V. Wong, M.D.Medical Marketing Enterpris...
Google: Brings   the most relevant pages to the top Those  pages at the top are the most up to date and relevant to the ...
What to Write Frequent   explanations used in office Rehearsed   1000s of times Do   NOT offer medical advice Do   NOT...
Why Write? Content   should provide value Value   breeds trust Trust   can engage and transform readers into patients
What to Write: Short and Simple Patients   are looking for a specific answer to a specific question No   more than 2-3 k...
What to Write: News Releases Paraphrase   articles Beware   of “Duplicate Content” Your   opinion can add value
How to Write Are    you smarter than an 8th grader? Your explanations must speak directly to the intelligence/sophistica...
How to Write: Format Keywords    in Title Sub-headers Limit   paragraph size/length Bullets/Lists   ideal Readers    ...
How to Write: Me, Myself and I Write   in 1st Person Engage Speakdirectly to your reader. You are NOT speaking/writing ...
The About Page Who     are you? What     are you? (This is not your CV!) Transparency 1st   person!!!! Relate    to p...
One Page = One Doctor Maximize   your SEO!
Optimize Your Article Title   (mimic the words used for search) Keywords     and Meta Tags?????? Summary Excerpt Hype...
SEO Writing Tools Available   for many formats Saves   time Reduces   anxiety Improves    writing Makes   writing eas...
Course 585 Essential   SEO Tools for Your Website2   PM, 11/13/12S   502 B
Social Media Does    not enhance your SEO or rankings Attracts   attention to our website Must    have a good website ...
Social Media: Requirements Active   participation Website    at the hub   Transparency No   need to duplicate your web...
Social Media: Just Like a Gym Membership Inexpensive Takes   time to get results “You    “ must make the effort Can’t ...
See You on the Web! January   15, 2013 Webinar Update/Refresh   AAO 2102
Thank YouandTo Your Success!Randall V. Wong, M.D.Amy Wong, Esq.Medical Marketing Enterprises, LLC7726 Bradley Blvd.Bethesd...
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This lecture was presented at the American Academy of Ophthalmology, 2012, in Chicago. There are two parts.

Content marketing is the only way a small business website such as your medical site can achieve and maintain high "results" page rankings. "Results" pages are the by-product of "Googling Something."

In order to have your website market your practice/business, your goal is to have your webpage rank in the top ten of the results.

Search engines compare websites ONLY by the content. "Content" is any file that contains text, i.e. your website articles. Files such as txt, html, doc/docx, pdf, xls/xlsx, ppt/pptx, etc. are all readable files and can be indexed.

Elements focused on webdesign have NOTHING to do with search engine rankings. The fancy graphics, images and Flash contained on your website may look cool, but they don't help your site rank.

Search engine optimization only pertains to sites that have content. SEO is the process by which you, the creator, translate the content of your site for the bots so that your content may be best indexed.

Thanks for visiting!

Randy

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    1. 1. Content Marketing (Slides 21-40)Getting Your Web Page Ranked Randall V. Wong, M.D.Medical Marketing Enterprises, LLC AAO: 2012 Course 355
    2. 2. Google: Brings the most relevant pages to the top Those pages at the top are the most up to date and relevant to the user (your next customer/patient/member) Content marketing compares webpages based on content Appear in the top ten
    3. 3. What to Write Frequent explanations used in office Rehearsed 1000s of times Do NOT offer medical advice Do NOT make a diagnosis (you really can’t anyway)
    4. 4. Why Write? Content should provide value Value breeds trust Trust can engage and transform readers into patients
    5. 5. What to Write: Short and Simple Patients are looking for a specific answer to a specific question No more than 2-3 keywords per article Avoid showing off how much you know Avoid exhaustive reviews NOTE: you are simply putting to paper the monologue given in the office everyday.
    6. 6. What to Write: News Releases Paraphrase articles Beware of “Duplicate Content” Your opinion can add value
    7. 7. How to Write Are you smarter than an 8th grader? Your explanations must speak directly to the intelligence/sophistication of your normal patients. This is not a peer-reviewed journal. 300 min  500 max
    8. 8. How to Write: Format Keywords in Title Sub-headers Limit paragraph size/length Bullets/Lists ideal Readers have a particular pattern in which they read. Accommodate them!
    9. 9. How to Write: Me, Myself and I Write in 1st Person Engage Speakdirectly to your reader. You are NOT speaking/writing in an auditorium.
    10. 10. The About Page Who are you? What are you? (This is not your CV!) Transparency 1st person!!!! Relate to patient as a person Who you are, not what you are!
    11. 11. One Page = One Doctor Maximize your SEO!
    12. 12. Optimize Your Article Title (mimic the words used for search) Keywords and Meta Tags?????? Summary Excerpt Hyperlinks/Anchor Text Tags
    13. 13. SEO Writing Tools Available for many formats Saves time Reduces anxiety Improves writing Makes writing easier
    14. 14. Course 585 Essential SEO Tools for Your Website2 PM, 11/13/12S 502 B
    15. 15. Social Media Does not enhance your SEO or rankings Attracts attention to our website Must have a good website If no website….don’t bother with social media
    16. 16. Social Media: Requirements Active participation Website at the hub Transparency No need to duplicate your website information
    17. 17. Social Media: Just Like a Gym Membership Inexpensive Takes time to get results “You “ must make the effort Can’t purchase results
    18. 18. See You on the Web! January 15, 2013 Webinar Update/Refresh AAO 2102
    19. 19. Thank YouandTo Your Success!Randall V. Wong, M.D.Amy Wong, Esq.Medical Marketing Enterprises, LLC7726 Bradley Blvd.Bethesda MD 20817240.230.7353RWong@MedicalMarketingEnterprises.com Amy@MedicalMarketingEnterprises.com

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