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Twitter Tips: Social Media Security

March 13, 2014

Along with stealing personal information and compromising your company’s data, hackers can pose a serious threat to your brand’s reputation. Damaging tweets or private messages sent from your Twitter account, such as spam or offensive comments to other users, can put a dent in your list of followers. A few days ago, Justin Bieber’s Twitter...  read more


Are You Using Social Media Correctly?

March 6, 2014

Our MedNet marketing blog covers many aspects of how you can use social media to improve your online presence and boost your business, but in this post, I’d like to discuss ways that you may be using social media incorrectly – without even knowing it. Digital marketing expert Eric Siu (@ericosiu) recently listed the top...  read more


Do Your Employees Know How to Run Your Business' Twitter Account?

February 24, 2014

When it comes to maintaining a professional account for your business, it’s important to know how to use a Twitter account to boost and support your company’s online presence, as well as how to avoid regretful Twitter pitfalls. For example, if your Twitter account is being handled by an employee who is unaware or untrained...  read more


The Power of Business Blogging

February 19, 2014

Along with regularly updating your social media accounts on “microblogging” sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+, your practice will benefit from having a regularly updated blog — preferably as its own specific section on your official website. A blog not only helps you spread the word about your practice, it also allows you to...  read more


Why Consider Tumblr for Your Medical Practice

February 13, 2014

Tumblr is a microblogging and social media platform, which allows its users to post photos and other content. Users can edit the theme of their blogs with HTML. Not only does the website welcome millions of visitors each day, but the site has been used by major companies to produce advertising campaigns. So, can your...  read more


Preserve Your Positive Online Presence: Handling Customer Complaints

February 11, 2014

As your online presence grows, it will invite more visitor interaction to your social media accounts. These visitors consist of both current clients and prospective customers. You’ll also receive site visitors who are gathering information, such as readers of your medical blog who are particularly interested in an area that you specialize in. There is...  read more


Be a Better Twitter User

February 7, 2014

It seems recently that a number of our doctors and practice administrators want to know “the secret” of how to be a good tweeter, twit, twitterer or twister (these are some of my favorite terms used when they mean Twitter-user.) Like all things social media-related being consistent, original and interesting are the big secret—which really...  read more


Using Social Media to Boost Your Brand

February 5, 2014

Most brands and practices now have social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Unfortunately, once they are set up, many of these accounts are neglected and rarely updated, which can reflect poorly on the business when potential customers search for it online. To build a following and fan base on social media accounts, it’s...  read more


Managing Your Twitter Reputation

February 1, 2014

Each day, millions log on to Twitter to share personal information and news, or simply to write about things that interest them. However, sending out a tweet that reads negatively about someone else can also end up damaging your personal or professional reputation. Recently, actress and singer Courtney Love made national headlines when she won...  read more


Who's Handling Your Social Media Account?

January 23, 2014

A recent survey shows that, when asked about who controls the social media efforts at their business, approximately 50 percent replied that it’s someone in their marketing department. Coming in second place at 18 percent was the response that it’s someone in the public relations department, and 13 percent stated that “no one person controls...  read more


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