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With so much competition in the dental industry, it’s hard to start effectively implementing a dental marketing strategy. We know that it will take a lot of work and that there will be bumps along the way, but foregoing the idea of marketing and advertising your practice is a major no-no. We need to understand that no business and profession can survive without proper marketing strategies put in place.

Marketing Copywriting

Once you have built your website and your physical clinic, the next thing you need to focus on is creating promotions and advertising materials. But a great strategy is only as good as the execution. You need to think long and hard about what makes great marketing material. Do posters still work for your dental practice? Should you focus on your social media promotions?

Your message should be loud and clear… and it should be free of misleading information and confusing copies. Whatever kind of content you try to create for your website, it should be well-researched and should focus on targeting the right audience. There is no room for mistake here.

Building Links

While dental practices opt to go live with their websites even if they don’t have proper content at first, the work doesn’t stop there. Over time, you should build authoritative links from and to your website. The only way customers are going to recognize you as a legitimate and authoritative representative of the dental industry is if you can build links with other reputable sites.

To do this, you need to create content for your dental marketing that is focused on the message you are trying to send. For example, you want to be known as the authoritative site for dental information in your area. You need to list down relevant keywords to your practice and find a way for these keywords to be incorporated into the content of other reputable websites (even non-dental websites). A click on that keyword should lead to your landing page. That’s link building.

Website Management

When you are ready to launch your website, that should mean you’re ready to manage the website, too. Every day that your website is live means a chance for a web visitor to be turned into a returning patient. Your website needs to be ready for the influx of visitors that your site will receive.

Otherwise, it could crash and you could lose potential sales. The only way to prevent that is to maintain your site properly by cleaning the code, making sure it loads fast and checking if it has enough bandwidth.