Dental clinic digital marketing

4 Lead Generation Strategies Dental Clinics Should Employ

Those who own or who manage a dental clinic know that the success of the company will ultimately come down to one thing, and that is the number of clients that you can successfully service. Obviously, having excellent, high-quality services to sell is vitally important, but as you may well know, sadly there are many dental clinics that fall by the wayside. The issue is they cannot see enough clients to be profitable, and the causes of that are likely to be lack of client streamlining, poor marketing, and a lack of prospects and leads. So, once any client streamlining is worked through you can focus on client leads. If a lack of leads is an issue, the obvious solution is to generate more leads, so we are going to look at four highly effective ways that dental clinics can generate leads from their online marketing, but before we do, there is one thing we need to discuss, and that is what you define as a lead. What Is A Lead? If you ask 10 different sales and marketing experts to define a lead, you can expect to hear 10 different answers. Some might say the second you have any kind of contact with someone online, no matter how fleeting, then they are a lead. At the other end of the scale, you might get the answer that a lead is someone who is almost at the end of the sales process, and within one step of buying. To be honest, as every business niche and individual company, including dental, will have different marketing and sales funnels, there really is no right or wrong answer. If you determine that someone who follows you on Twitter is a lead, then so be it. Alternatively, if you define a lead as a prospect who requests a price list from you, then we are not going to disagree. (more…)

Why You Need to Have Your Google Ads Managed Professionally

Why You Need to Have Your Google Ads Managed Professionally

Online advertising is showing no signs of diminishing with year on year increases in spending expected to continue well into the 2020s and a predicted spend of around 500 billion US dollars by 2023. Google Ads also shows no sign of losing its mantle of the number one paid advertising platform online, with it accounting for around one-third of that spending. This data should be highlighting to business owners the necessity for their online marketing to include Google Ads. After all, if Google Ads wasn't producing results for those businesses that use it, it wouldn't have such a huge share of the market. The problem for many businesses is that if they have already started using Google Ads, they may not be getting the results they'd hoped for. Those problems can cover a variety of issues, but there are one or two which tend to be more common than others. As you read through if these sound like the problems you are facing then it's probably time for you to consider employing a digital marketing agency that specialises in Google Ads and by doing so, turn your struggling campaigns, into profitable ones. One which is often cited as the most common problem business owners face when they try to use Google Ads is lack of time to manage it. The keyword research, competitor analysis, ad copywriting, bidding analysis, monitoring and adjusting the campaign, all take time if results are to be achieved. Attempting to do so, whilst also running a business is near impossible, even for the most hard-working business owners, and so their Google Ad campaigns suffer. (more…)

Google Ads Campaign Is Failing

3 Reasons Why Your Google Ads Campaign Is Failing

Google Ads is one of the most effective ways to drive high-quality targeted traffic to a website, so if that is the case, why do so many businesses fail to make it work for them? Some of the more basic reasons for this can be attributed to factors like insufficient budget or trying to operate within a highly saturated market. There are other reasons which can cause a campaign to fail, that are more attributable to the specific elements of how Google Ads work. We are going to look at three of the most important because if you get one or more of these wrong, your Google Ads campaign is almost certain to fail. Poorly Designed Landing Page This is certainly one of the most common reasons for a Google Ads campaign to fail. Despite good keyword research, excellently written ads, and clever bidding, if, when the traffic these generate are sent to a landing page that won't convert, your efforts, and your ad budget, are simply wasted. We'd have to write a dozen pages to properly explain what it takes to make a good landing page, but some of the basics include relevant content, a clear call to action, attractive imagers, and trust signals. If website design isn't your thing then outsource to a website development company that not only can redesign your landing page, but they can also make it convert too. (more…)

Use Google Ads

3 Reasons Why Your Business Should Use Google Ads

When it comes to online paid advertising the clear number one platform in terms of revenue is Google Ads.  It generates a comparable amount of revenue to the second and third and fourth-placed platforms combined. When you consider that these just happen to be Facebook, Alibaba, and Amazon, it is an even more remarkable feat. The fact that it is the top online advertising platform does not necessarily mean that Google Ads should be chosen just for that reason although it is certainly a signal that it produces results if businesses invest so much of their ad spend into it. There are more reasons which will resonate more with what business owners which to achieve. Highly Targeted Advertising With most media advertising the targeting is very broad. Even having an ad in a niche magazine about pets is going to be shown to pet owners of all kinds, which isn't a great help if you are trying to sell a dog training course. It is being seen by owners of cats, birds, fish, and reptiles. Even many dog owners aren't going to be that interested if they've already got a well-behaved dog. Compare that to Google Ads where you can set up ads for specific search terms like 'dog training course’ and write the ad copy so it speaks directly to someone who is looking for a course to help them train their dog. Now apply this principle to the products and services you wish to sell, and you will see that you can use Google Ads to finely tune your campaign to be as specific as you wish in order to target the correct customers. (more…)

Google Ads Management Company

How To Choose The Right Google Ads Management Company

If you’ve already made the decision to use Google Ads to help promote your business, then you join millions of other businesses that have already done so. Further, you may also have decided that you want the campaign to be managed by a Google Ads management company, rather than trying to do it in-house, or by yourself. This then begs the question 'How do I choose the right Google Ads management company?', so we are going to help you to answer it. In truth, there are many approaches to this, however the tried and tested one is to measure any Google Ads management company you are considering against several key elements in terms of how they operate, and the results they can potentially achieve. The first is to assess the experience they have, and specifically their track record. This can be done in several ways, but one of the most effective is to ask them to show you the results they have achieved with previous campaigns they have managed. This does not necessarily mean having access to commercially sensitive advertising data relating to another business but an overview of previous campaigns, and how they performed. (more…)