Insights on Healthcare Marketing

10 Tips to Make Sure Your Web Site’s Home Page Hits the Mark

Too many medical practices underestimate the importance of their home page. In many cases, it is your first impression, your welcome mat, your elevator speech. In fact, research shows you have 15 seconds to capture someone’s attention on your site. However, engage them, and they will stay longer.   Here are a few tips: Ensure […]

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Does Your Practice Web Site Have Heart?

Do you know the #1 way to make your medical web site stand out from your competitors in 2020? Humanize it.  Effective marketing is about connection and relationships. Yes, you want strong SEO and a clean design with relevant content that it is easy to navigate. But if you really want your site to stand […]

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Why Your Medical Practice Should be Blogging

Blogging serves a number of important purposes. First, it can help your web site appear higher in search rankings, making it easier for potential patients to find you. Second, it positions your practice as a thought leader within your specialty and community which is important to both attracting and retaining patients. And third, you can […]

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Does the Experience Match the Message?

Too many believe that marketing a medical practice is about its web site, social media and advertising. Those are all important marketing tools, but the true heart of marketing, especially in healthcare, is about experience and relationships.  It is understanding your customer’s needs, meeting those needs, and if you are truly doing a good job, […]

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Reflecting with Gratitude

Another year is drawing to a close, and it is the perfect time to reflect and thank those who make our work at Medical Marketing Inc. so rewarding. We are grateful for all of our clients who embrace that the true power of marketing lies in developing and nurturing relationships through service, communication and connection. […]

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The Value of Experience

What is experience worth? If you needed surgery and had a choice between a surgeon who had performed the procedure a few times or one who had performed thousands of cases, which one would you choose? Do you apply the same standard to those who work for your practice? You should. Your employees are one […]

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Five Effective Ways to Market Your Medical Practice in 2020

Create a web site that meets the needs of both prospective and current patients, and keep it updated. Make sure the content is clear, concise, relevant, timely and informative. Keep the design simple, clean, mobile-friendly and easy to navigate. Be sure to personalize the site for your practice and reflect what makes you different and […]

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Knowing What to Expect

As a result of a recent injury, I have experienced more of the healthcare system in the last two months than perhaps my entire life. While I certainly wish this wasn’t the case, it has provided me the opportunity to look at each physician, each test, each procedure, and each therapy session through the eyes […]

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Do You Know What is Most Important to Your Patients?

Your patients come to see you because they want to stay healthy or feel better. That is the easy part to understand. But do you know why they want to be healthy? What does good health allow them to do?  The patient with a broken ankle had been training for a marathon to celebrate his […]

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The Huge Power of Small Acts of Kindness

Never underestimate the power of the little things in your practice: A genuine compliment Grabbing a door for a patient or family member Helping with a wheelchair or stroller Helping with a cranky child or baby Offering an umbrella on a rainy day They can make the biggest difference.

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