Article by Wellsites Design
Have you been hearing that you need to be using social media (or social networking) for your practice? Heard people talking about twitter, Facebook and Web.20 but haven’t got a clue what they are talking about let alone how you should use it for your practice? Here is a quick guide to introduce you to the aspects of social media and how you can begin to use it to market your practice
There is a saying that says that the more you give, the more you will receive? This is absolutely true when it comes to understanding how social media marketing can benefit your practice.
You need to understand that the general public (and that includes your potential and existing customers) are learning to ignore passive messages like banner advertising and opting for interaction instead. They will talk amongst themselves about your business, products or services and, if you want to attract new customers on the internet, you need to add value to this conversation.
Perfect For Health Care Practitioners
It’s perfect for practitioners, it doesn’t cost a cent to use and, most importantly, can raise awareness, create a following of loyal customers and give you instant feedback allowing you to shape your practice around your customer’s needs; a win-win situation.
Social Media’s usage is growing quickly, month by month. If you want to reach and engage your customers and potential customers, it’s time to start using social media.
Popular social media’s platforms are:
Benefits of Social Media
Your audience expects transparency, honesty and engagement. Your approach needs to be one of relationship building, not the hard sell. The two greatest benefits of engaging your business in social media are that you can build reputation and trust, two crucial factors when doing business anywhere.
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26 Mar 2010
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Disclaimer - Any general advice given in any article should not be relied upon and should not be taken as a substitute for visiting a qualified medical Doctor.