Today I'd like to give you some more useful information about using GOOGLE MY BUSINESS for your dental practice.
This email is part 1 covering getting a listing, verifying your listing, optimising your listing, and getting Google reviews. In part 2 we'll cover optimising your Google My Business listing.
Getting a Google My Business listing
In order to be found by your customers, you need to complete your business information. This will help your customers find you on Google search, Maps and Google+.
To get the best results from Google My Business it is important to provide all the required information.
Verifying your Google My Business listing
Optimising your listing
Your Google review count and score are factored into local search ranking: more reviews and positive ratings will probably improve your local ranking.
Getting Google reviews
Use our email campaign designed to get Google reviews from your existing patients. This can be downloaded here.
SO WHY AM I TELLING YOU ALL THIS?
Well, we sustain a fantastic reputation in the dental industry and deliver incredible results using digital marketing 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.
7 years ago I set-up our dental laboratory (somnowell.com) with my father-in-law Visiting Professor Simon Ash, a specialist Orthodontist.
We drove patient demand ourselves by advertising directly to patients with digital marketing.
After successfully cracking-the-code I set up a dental digital marketing service (somnowellmarketing.com). On average we generate new patient enquiries at £19 each for our clients.
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.
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