Writing triumphant content that people will ultimately share is not that easy. It takes a lot of time, dedication and creativeness in order to develop content that makes people so fascinated they will want to share your text with the entire world to see. Here you have some of the best tips on how to [ ]
Small and medium-sized businesses have a lot to gain from utilizing Facebook to its full potential. A Facebook business page is a free, customizable space to put all of a business’s information online. Besides listing your location, website, hours, and description of services, you have the capabilities to add pictures, videos, and even posts – […]
Email is one of the most popular channels for distributing a survey. But for some reason, most of the emails I receive that include a survey look like they were thrown together as an afterthought. Many have boring subject lines and uninspiring copy and creative, so I rarely feel compelled to participate.
As you’ve probably heard before, YouTube is the second largest search engine in the entire world. That means aside from Google (which owns YouTube) no website is used more frequently each month than YouTube. In fact, the most recent statistics suggest Google attracts an estimated 1.1 billion unique monthly visitors.
We’re more than halfway through 2015. (It snuck up on us, too!) Right now, many marketers may already start looking towards the future by brainstorming ideas to execute in 2016. A word of advice: Wait! There’s still 4+ months remaining in 2015, so don’t waste it. It’s time for you to turn up the heat!
Comment Sweepstakes and contests on a brand’s social channels are a great way to gain followers. If you’ve done either, you know that many rules are in place and those rules have a lot of gray areas. If you’ve run a contest or sweepstakes and hearing there are actual rules about doing this is news to you, listen up!
As a premier provider of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for dentists, all of us at team VivioSites spend a lot of time explaining to our clients the importance of a Google+ Business Page for their dental practice. Some of you may think of Google+ as the failed attempt by Google to compete with Facebook as […]
A recent conversation with a prospect inspired this post. Dr. F had a dental website that was created for the specific purpose of attracting new patients online. She was told that with enough emphasis (in her case, money to her website company) on dentist search engine optimization, she will get better rankings and generate increased […]
If a colleague asked you how your web presence is doing, what would you say? Let’s start with why this question is relevant in 2015. As you know, the days of placing your sign on the front of your practice and waiting for patients to stroll in is a thing of the past. With […]
5 Elements that made the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge so successful and how dentists can apply them to their practice’s awareness generation efforts.