Facebook is a great place to connect and build relationships with both current and potential patients. However, simply having a Facebook page isn’t enough to build up trust among your audience–you need to post regularly, and post the things your audience wants to see. Whether your practice is new to Facebook, or you’ve had a […]
With P3 Medical Marketing, we believe that in order to effectively market your medical or surgical practice online, you need a combination of factors—social media, search engine optimization (SEO), and a good marketing strategy. Our goal is to provide you with the insights you need to do that.
If you’re new to online marketing, it can seem complicated or confusing—that’s where we come in. We break down basic concepts about online marketing and SEO and give tips on how to improve your online marketing strategy. Whether you know a lot or a little about online marketing, we’ve got you covered!
There are lots of different ways you can determine the return on investment (ROI) of your marketing efforts. However, many methods of tracking that information can be quite technical and time-consuming. If you’re not ready to dive into all of that information, there are a few quick and easy ways to get a sense of […]
Online patient reviews are becoming increasingly popular, and it is important that your practice stays in the know about what is being said about you online. While a few negative reviews may not completely ruin the reputation of your practice, you shouldn’t just leave them alone either. These reviews can give you helpful insights into […]
In order to attest to Stage 2 of Meaningful Use, you not only have to have an EHR with a patient portal, you have to get at least 5% of your patients to use it. That seems like a small number, but many practices are finding it difficult to get their patients to use their […]
Our clients often have questions about the basics of search engine optimization (SEO). We put together a list of some of the most common questions we get asked in an effort to answer some of the questions you may have. Of course, you can always feel free to contact us if you have any questions […]
Great musicians and public speakers can incorporate audience feedback on the fly to help shape their performance. For medical and surgical practices, the process looks rather different. Gathering feedback happens in a few ways: by providing an avenue for someone to share opinions, by actively asking for feedback, and by going out to find feedback […]
Doximity, the social media network for physicians, has been getting a lot of buzz lately in the healthcare community. The network has grown tremendously since its 2010 launch; the company claims that 70% of the country’s physicians have joined. Are there really benefits to a physician-only social network? Early adopters seem to think so. They may […]