If you want patients to have a better experience on your podiatry clinic's website and request appointments, you’ll love this list of tips, techniques, and strategies.
About Jim McDannald, DPMJim McDannald is a podiatric physician and digital marketing consultant who partners with podiatrists to help them grow their practices. He's the founder of Podiatry Growth.
This guide will teach you what Google My Business is and show you how to create a listing that will benefit your podiatry clinic.
Sign up for this Free Email Course and learn about the online opportunities that will benefit your practice. Google has not commented on when the "backlog" of reviews submitted from March-June will start showing up. So when there's an update, I'll let you know.
Good news. After putting online reviews on pause, Google is now publishing new patient reviews to your clinic's Google My Business listing. Google has not commented on when the "backlog" of reviews submitted from March-June will start showing up. So when there's an update, I'll let you know.
Learn the fundamentals of how to attract new patients, generate additional revenue, and grow your practice.
One of the unsettling things about promoting your podiatry clinic and services is the paralyzing number of options. Everyone says that digital marketing is vital, but where should you start? It's best to begin by sizing up your options. SEO, SEM, PPC...what do these acronyms stand for? Which ones will attract new patients and grow your practice?
If you've wondered why your podiatry clinic hasn't received new Google reviews since the start of COVID-19, there's a reason. Back in March, Google disabled the local reviews functionality — both for patients and clinic owners. They hit pause on all review creation or responding. Patients can still create reviews, but none have published since March 20th.