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Twitter Set to Launch New Pop-Up Notifications Feature

April 15, 2014

Twitter is preparing to roll out yet another new feature. Within the next few weeks, the microblogging powerhouse is scheduled to unleash a feature that will give users the ability to see real-time notifications pop-up on their screens. For example, if a user receives a direct message (DM), they will get a pop-up notification at...  read more

How Twitter's New Search Functions Can Help You Reach Patients

April 14, 2014

Even in the golden age of technology, people want to find their doctors through a referral or recommendation. Twitter might have made that easier for both users and healthcare practices. Popular social media microblogging site Twitter has recently introduced the addition of new filters to refine search results. Users can now modify and filter their...  read more

Getting Your Website Visitors to Take Action

April 11, 2014

In the early days of the Internet, many sites were created with the simple idea of establishing a presence on a new medium. Other sites were created with the idea of generating new business or fulfilling some other business function, but little was known about how people used the Internet and what strategies would maximize...  read more

Tips for Keeping an Effective Medical Blog

April 11, 2014

Regardless of the size or specialty of a healthcare practice, keeping a medical blog is often in one's best interest. Perhaps the biggest benefit of keeping a medical blog is that it will help current and potential patients of your practice gain valuable information about you and your practice. Additionally, blog writing can help bolster...  read more

Twitter Tips: Get On Trend with Hashtags

April 8, 2014

We’ve previously mentioned hashtags as a way to spread your message over social media platforms, but let’s take a more in-depth look at what a hashtag is, what it does and what it can do for your healthcare practice. First, for those unsure of what a hashtag is, here is Twitter’s official definition: “The #...  read more

Why Your Practice Should Set Up a Social Media Account Right Now!

April 8, 2014

If your medical practice currently has its own website, you’re already one step ahead of other medical and healthcare practices when it comes to online presence. But does your practice have its own account on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter? These sites may seem as though they’re mainly used to share personal memories and photos with...  read more

The Benefits of Adding Videos to Your Site

April 4, 2014

Video optimization is becoming more important as a mainstream aspect of search engine optimization. It can be a great way for you to expose your brand to users who may have otherwise not been familiar with your practice. Adding videos to your website can help you stand out amongst the competition and open up new...  read more

Social Media Content Tips: Health & Fitness Pinterest Board

April 4, 2014

Now that spring is finally here and the weather is slowly but surely beginning to warm up, it’s the perfect time to educate your patients on the importance of following a healthy diet and fitness plan. Whether your practice is in the internal medicine, cardiovascular, pain medicine or other healthcare field, you may often find...  read more

Content and Your Medical Practice

April 4, 2014

Each year, the practice of using social media marketing changes and evolves. Still, the main purpose of social media always remains the same: to be social and proactive in promoting your name and your medical business. This means sharing relevant information with others, as well as relying on your existing patient base to help spread...  read more

Learn How to Use Twitter's Newly Launched Photo Collage Feature

April 3, 2014

This week, Twitter launched a helpful new feature in its photo posting options. Now, users can post a collage of up to four photos in one tweet — which can be a useful visual tool when you have to cram insightful information about your practice into a 140 character-length tweet. Previously, Twitter only allowed users...  read more

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