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Account Changes

Account Changes Change your practice details, billing information and review your plan type. Billing & Account Changes Securely update your payment method. Name, Address & Phone Updates Important tips you need to know. Domain Changes Do’s & Dont’s of changing your domain. Transfer of Ownership FAQ's Everything you need to know if you are taking […]

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The Link Between PPC and Dental Website Design

You might be thinking, “I know I need to advertise my practice online.” Or, you’re thinking, “I’m currently a paying a boatload of money on campaigns that are not producing new patients.”

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Name, Address, Phone Updates

Moving Your Practice? Because of Google, moving your practice involves some additional considerations. Make sure that the promise of a better location, more parking or lower overhead doesn’t sabotage your reputation with Google. Here are two things to keep in mind. 1. Update Your NAP NAP stands for Name, Address and Phone number. These practice […]

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5 Steps For Creating a Dental Facebook Page

If you have a personal Facebook account, you can easily create a business page for your practice. And you can do so in a matter of minutes. Of course, creating a Facebook page and creating a great Facebook page are two very different things.

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Did Your Dental Website Get Penalized By Google?

You’ve worked tirelessly to gain visibility in the search engines. Or, you’ve doled out hundreds, maybe thousands, of dollars anticipating a rise to the top of the search results. And then, poof, your website disappeared from Google.

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Are You Getting the Dental Website Service You Deserve?

Have you entrusted your practice to a company that is unresponsive and unwilling to keep your website current? Unfortunately, many dental website companies consider themselves finished as soon as a website goes live.

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Smile Marketing WebinSite | November 2016

The October 2016 PPC Hero Conference Investing in employee education is an essential part of improving the Smile Marketing website service. That’s why we recently sent Paid Traffic Specialist Lindsay Casey to the October 2016 Hero Conference in London. The world’s largest pay-per-click (PPC) conference series, Lindsay gained insight into how to improve our clients’ Facebook […]

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Complete Guide To Local Dental Practice SEO in 2020

Google is the number-one source of website traffic. It’s also the number-one source of new patients. But only if your website is effectively optimized for search engines. Search engine optimization (SEO) is crucial to improving your online visibility.

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How Dental Video Marketing Tells Your Story

More and more dentists are using the Internet to grow their patient roster. But building a robust online presence – that actually produces results – can be challenging. Your website must stand out from the countless other dental websites on the Internet.

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