Posted by Dominica Costello
Does your current website reflect your expertise as a Doctor?
We know that you have the least amount of time to spend on branding and updating your business, especially online, so the following will give you some insight into the top tips we have learnt from many of our medical clients.
Top 5 things that your website should have:
(for Google and your readers)
The average person doesn't necessarily know the medical term for what they are searching ...
Posts feature is now available on Google My Business
Google My Business, is one of the first strategies you need to have sorted, and one that will make a massive difference to your business being found. This is backed up by Googles statistics that say that 82% of people turn to search engines to find local information and 70% look at multiple businesses before making a decision.
Now Google has made it even more effective, by now allowing businesses to post on their listi...
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Think about the last time you went to the dentist. Most likely, this has been your family dentist for many years and the reason you go to this dentist is because of familiarity, relationship and trust.
But what if, for some reason, you had to choose a new dentist. What would you do?
Typically you would first search online for dentists near your location - this could be near your home, workplace or you could be on holidays and...
How to have a stand-out online presence
Estimated reading time: 6 minutes
Bloomtools has designed and developed thousands of websites for all sorts of businesses across all different sectors. In addition, Bloomtools has helped many clients to establish a successful and productive online presence by implementing digital strategies that go well beyond merely having a beautiful looking website.
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We're almost at the halfway point of 2017 and two weeks into winter. This means that for the next three months or so, your customers will be more likely to snuggle up and buy goods online rather than brave the cold to make their shopping runs.
A recent study by YouGov has shown that in the colder months of June, July and August, these hibernating (or 'buy-bernating') Aussies who have the internet at their fingertips contribute to a significant spike in online sales.