Online Reputation Management and your Dermatology Practice

A dermatologist’s online reputation is crucial to obtaining new clients and maintaining a bond of trust with existing patients and colleagues. It takes years to build credibility, but only one negative review can have patients canceling their appointment. The world today is Internet dependent more ways that one can count; 90% of patients go to Read More

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    Social media channels for your medical practice can use your original content from your website, articles, blogs as well as original postings that you may create specifically for such networks. However, regular updating of social content to keep the audiences engaged will mean that you need external sources for content as well. The original content Read More

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