Dental Marketing


Be A Leader of the Pack: Optimize Your Dental Practice’s Google My Business Profile


If you’ve ever done a Google search for any kind of business near you, you’ve seen the “Google Local Pack,” or box of local businesses best matching your search criteria. Below is an example for dentists near our headquarters. If you recall, those boxes used to show more businesses (usually 5-7). But Google decided to […]

Added on: November 3, 2020 | Posted In: Dental Marketing, Dental SEO

Using Local Dental SEO to Put Your Office On The Map

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You understand the importance of dental search engine marketing, so your dental office is undoubtedly listed on Google My Business and showing up on Google maps. But what about Bing’s local maps? You’re probably thinking Bing doesn’t really matter to dental SEO, at least not compared to Google. Yes, it’s true that more than 90 […]

Added on: October 27, 2020 | Posted In: Dental Marketing, Dental SEO

Follow These 3 Steps to Get More Readers for Your Dental Website’s Blog

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Blogging can be a great marketing tool to grow your practice and improve your dental website’s SEO, but only if you actually have people reading your articles. If you want to expand your audience, there are three key steps to follow to get (and keep) blog readers. Attract new readers First, you need to bring […]

Added on: October 13, 2020 | Posted In: Dental Marketing, Dental SEO

Want Healthier Dental Website SEO? E-A-T Better.

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Even if you’ve done all the “right” things to optimize your dental website, your dental SEO may not be as healthy as it could be. Dental websites fall under Google’s “YMYL” topics (Your Money or Your Life). When it comes to sites that could potentially impact a person’s health or financial well-being, Google wants the […]

Added on: September 16, 2020 | Posted In: Dental Marketing, Dental SEO

Optimize Your Dental Website Tags for People (Not Search Engines)

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HTML tags (title, header, and description) used to carry a lot of weight in the earlier days of dental search engine optimization (SEO).  But that was when they were easy to fool. Since then, search engines have become smarter and those tags that used to heavily influence search results no longer do. But that doesn’t […]

Added on: September 15, 2020 | Posted In: Dental Marketing, Dental SEO