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Google is by the far the largest search engine. No other platform comes close. However, social networks like Facebook are underestimated for their search engine abilities. Prior to 2013, Facebook’s search function only returned results based on existing pages. There wasn’t much logic in the algorithm. Then the network made refinements. It took pages, categories, […]Continue Reading >
When looking to enhance your online presence as well as drive more quality traffic to your dental practice website, it’s a good idea to take advantage of the listings that many dental and health directories offer. Many of these sites offer free ‘basic’ listings and it can be a great way to get more visitors […]Continue Reading >
We’re probably safe in assuming you are well aware of the craze that is social media. You probably even have a personal profile on some of the most popular sites, like Facebook and Twitter. But, are you utilizing these free sites to get new patients for your dental practice? If not, you should be and […]Continue Reading >
We all know the big search engines—Google and Bing—but did you know that each search engine has a local search function that can be instrumental in producing more qualified traffic to your dental practice website? What is a Local Search Engine? Local search engines are specialized databases of geographical information pertaining to local businesses within […]Continue Reading >
Online review sites have grown tremendously over the last few years and people are using them to make decisions about more than what restaurant to go to for dinner. Potential patients are placing an increasing amount of importance on online reviews when deciding which new dentist to see…Will they choose you? In addition to coming […]Continue Reading >