[DENTISTS] How to write blog posts and share them – part 1

By Loran Simon | Our Service

I'd like to give you some help with writing blog posts, and instructions for sharing them on social media, so you can help improve your website search engine rankings. Plus I will also give you a list of relevant stories that you can share on social media, here.

Search engines like to see websites that are regularly updated with fresh relevant content. But finding things to write about, and finding the time can be hard.

In this email I will show you how to find stories and write short blog posts. In the next email I will show you how to longer longer posts, and in part 3 I will show you how to share them all on social media.

Let's get started.

Finding things to write about

Check these sources (and others) for 'story' ideas, things to write about.

When searching use appropriate keywords such as: Dental, dentists, teeth, etc

http://yourdentalhealthresource.com/
http://www.webmd.com/
https://consumer.healthday.com/
https://news360.com/web/topics/268450464
https://twitter.com/

Writing story summaries

Summaries are a form of blog post that summarises a relevant 'story' that you have found. The source stories are easy to find, and the posts are simple to write.

Here are the suggested style guidelines for the story summary blog posts:

  • 100% unique content (can’t be plagiarised).
  • Starts with a 50-to-100-word summary/abstract.
  • Abstract is followed by 3 key takeaway messages.
  • A quotation from the original article in italics is highlighted at the end.
  • Ends with a link to the original article.
[START OF SAMPLE BLOG FORMAT]

Tips to Care for Dental Implants

Dental implants are your best choice to replace missing teeth. But you must take good care of dental implants to ensure they last a very long time.
Key Takeaways

  • Take extra care when flossing to ensure removing food debris underneath the crown and at the top of the implant.
  • Quit smoking to promote healing and prevent infection. (Also, smoking increases the risk of oral cancer.)
  • Brush your teeth - including the implants - at least twice daily to keep then clean and healthy.

You should also visit your dentist regularly to ensure your dental implants are doing great. Your crown will need to be replaced eventually, so your dentist can examine your implants during your visit and let you know how you’re doing with your oral care.

Read the full story here: http://yourdentalhealthresource.com/how-to-best-take-care-of-your-new-dental-implants/

[END OF SAMPLE BLOG FORMAT]

Here is a link to a document that contains lots of stories that you can write about.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE LIST OF STORIES

We write blog posts for our clients every week as a part of our all-inclusive SEO and Social Media service for dental practices.

So why should you listen to me? Well, do you want to use digital marketing to get new patient enquiries.

We sustain a fantastic reputation in the dental industry and deliver incredible results to every single one of our clients, at the most affordable prices.

We have now generated over 57,000 new patient enquiries at an average cost of under £7 each.

Rewind 7 years at our dental laboratory, Somnowell Ltd (somnowell.com), which I founded with my father-in-law Visiting Professor Simon Ash, consultant and specialist Orthodontist. We decided to drive patient demand (for our anti-snoring device) ourselves by advertising directly to patients with digital marketing.

After successfully cracking-the-code I set up a done-for-you digital marketing service (somnowellmarketing.com) for dental practices to get more patients for all their other treatments. Last month for one of our clients we generated 12 new Invisalign cases in a one day event.

If this sounds like it might be of interest to you just CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A CALL with me to learn more.

How does it work:

  • You tell us the treatments you want to more patients for, we will then set-up and manage the digital marketing campaigns for you.
  • Myself, and Joel McDonald (author of Google Adwords for Dummies) and other leading experts, oversee your campaigns.
  • Everything is in your name, so you have full transparency and can keep everything forever
  • There is an small all inclusive management fee, we do not charge extra for setting everything up, and there are no hidden fees

What do you get:

  • Google and Facebook campaigns for all treatments
  • Landing pages for all treatments
  • Email series for all treatments
  • Information PDFs for all treatments
  • Remarketing campaigns
  • Guaranteed new patient enquiries every month

If this sounds like it might be of interest to you just CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A CALL with me to learn more.

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After generating more than 85,000 patients for our own dental lab, and for the clients of our digital marketing agency for dental practices, I cracked the code for running successful online marketing campaigns.