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mobile, marketing, google, mobile-geddon

Infographic Friday: Mobile-geddon or Not, Mobile Still Matters

It’s been three days since Google rolled out its latest update and, based on early reports, the sky hasn’t fallen on sites that are not optimized for mobile devices. (Long story short, the more “mobile friendly” your practice website is, the better it’s expected to rank in search results.) Does that mean the whole “Mobile-geddon” […]

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Will Google’s Latest Update Be ‘Mobile-geddon’ for your Practice Website?

Is your practice website mobile-friendly? If it isn’t (or you aren’t sure), the time has come to do something about it. Starting tomorrow, April 21, Google will officially incorporate mobile-friendliness as a ranking factor in determining search results, a move some experts are already calling “Mobile-geddon.” In other words, if your site isn’t mobile friendly, […]

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video marketing, realself, breast implant

Secrets of Successful Video Marketing, Part II

How much do aesthetic consumers love video? Let us count the ways: Last week, visitors to RealSelf clicked on videos 75,600 times By doing so, they viewed 122,500 minutes (2,042 hours) of video content On Thursday, April 9, they set a one-day record of 12,500 views and 20,500 minutes (342 hours) Individually, the most popular […]

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Secrets of Successful Video Marketing (Psst, It’s not about Going Viral)

Dancing babies, swimming hippos and a dog who can’t catch a break (or a meal). These days, it seems just about anything you can film can go viral, spreading from Facebook to Twitter to Good Morning America. That video of a breast aug or tummy tuck? Probably not but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth filming […]

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storytelling, aesthetic marketing, google, engagement

If You Want People to Listen, Tell ‘Em Great Stories

It’s an understatement of epic proportions to note that Google is probably one of the most technology-driven companies in history. Between its ever-expanding portfolio of products and the never-ending updates applied to them, the company collects, crunches and correlates data on a colossal scale. So, it was a bit of a surprise to read a […]

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infographic, web design, engagement

Infographic Friday: 3 Tips that Will Drive more Traffic to your Practice Website

It’s the blessing and the curse of the Internet: The same geography-obliterating power that allows you to reach distant consumers also gives them access to your competitors whether they’re across town or across the ocean. And while great content, compelling images and easy navigation can help set your practice website apart from others, basic web […]

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Is Poor Marketing Playing a Prank on your Practice?

Marketing your business is no laughing matter but, let’s face it, taking an overly dry approach isn’t always the best way to get attention or boost engagement. The fact is, no one likes to be lectured and injecting a lighter tone often provides a more memorable way to get your message across. It’s a concept […]

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injectables, fillers, botox, realself, healthcare marketing

Moving the Needle, Part II: Plump up the Bottom Line with Injectables

As noted last week, consumer interest in injectables is soaring — and we’re not talking about idle curiosity either. Among the millions of people who are considering toxins and fillers, more and more are turning that interest into action. According to the latest data from ASPS, Botox and hyaluronic acid treatments were up 6% and 8%, […]

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practice website, web design

Infographic Friday: Is Your Website Inviting or Annoying?

Have you looked at your practice website lately? No, I mean, really looked at it the way, perhaps, someone who is visiting it for the first time might? Having perused more than most, I sometimes get the idea that some practitioners either haven’t or have and don’t care if visitors stick around. The issue, of […]

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Infographic Friday: Doctors Who Get Visual Get More Leads

Picture this: Two patients come into your practice because they’re considering rhinoplasties. One describes her ideal attributes verbally — she wants a smaller tip, for example, or less flared nostrils — while the other shows you a photo of a popular celebrity with a perfectly proportioned proboscis. Unless you’re a mind reader, it’s safe to […]

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marketing, pull, push, advertising, deloitte

Want to Pull in More Patients? Quit Pushing!

Lawnmowers, elevator buttons and football blocking sleds — if you’ve seen Geico’s commercials with Salt-N-Pepa, you know that sometimes the right thing to do is “to push it, push it real good.” With your marketing? Not so much. Simply put, the Internet has completely upended the traditional ways of reaching today’s consumer and pushing your […]

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skincare, online reviews

Product Reviews Give Skincare Sales a Healthy Glow

Online reviews — they’re not just for facelifts and tummy tucks anymore. In fact, if you sell skincare or other medibeauty products, a new report suggests that incorporating reviews for them on your practice website can boost sales significantly. The study, conducted by Bazaarvoice.com, looked at the impact online reviews and star ratings had on a […]

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Infographic Friday: Getting Inside the Googleplex, Part I

Well, not literally. Truth is, the folks at Google HQ are very selective about who they let visit the company campus in Mountain View, Calif. For the rest of us — and especially anyone hoping to rank well in search — the best way to “get inside” Google is to understand how the company has come […]

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inbound, outbound, marketing

Infographic Friday: Is Your Marketing Heading in the Right Direction?

You could probably fill a library with books dedicated to explaining the tools and tactics of online marketing but much of it can be boiled down to one essential concept. Old-school techniques, in which brands push their messages at consumers, no longer work; if you want to reach today’s consumer, you have to pull them […]

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Infographic Friday: Content Marketing’s Crystal Ball: What’s in Store for the Year Ahead

It’s 2015: Do you know where your new patients are? As the new year gets underway, it’s no idle question as the rules of engagement evolve at an ever-faster pace. Nor is it a coincidence that at the same time that the means of reaching consumers are proliferating, the challenges of actually connecting with them […]

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Video Tip: ‘Close the Deal’ by Overcoming Patient Objections

When it comes to educating patients about aesthetic procedures, few platforms are more powerful than video. Whether it’s explaining how Ultherapy lifts and tightens loose skin or sharing a live Vine from the OR, video provides more information more effectively than anything short of a personal consultation. Actually, providing factual information is only part of video’s […]

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authenticity, realself, marketing

New Year, New Approach: Are you Ready for the Age of Authenticity?

What do patients really want? A new nose or flatter tummy? Perhaps. A skilled practitioner? Absolutely. The best possible outcome? No doubt about it. But, as the new year unfolds, it’s clear that patients are looking for something else as well. They’re looking for confidence that they’re making the right decisions about their medibeauty plans; […]

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Cosmetic Surgery for Christmas? Handle (Cases) with Care…

You won’t see it on those annual hottest-gifts-of-the-year lists and you certainly won’t find it under the tree on Christmas morning but, if a recent article on CNN.com is any indication, giving the gift of cosmetic surgery is no passing fad. From Botox to breast augmentations, it seems the holiday season is prompting people to […]

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Infographic Friday: The Ghosts of Marketing Past, Present and Future

Scrooge had it easy. Even though he owned a small business, he probably didn’t give a moment’s thought to marketing his services or differentiating his company from the competition. And even if he did, he obviously didn’t have to deal with a business environment in which the means of reaching potential customers are constantly evolving […]

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medical marketing, video

Video Tip: Just Do It (and Be Quick, Concise and Clever about It)

Eat Fresh! 99 44/100% Pure. Every Good Boy Does Fine. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last 50 years, you probably know that the above sayings reference a sandwich company, a soapmaker and a mnemonic device for musical notation. At the same time, they’re also perfect examples of the fact that when […]

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