July 2019 - Allied Health Marketing
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July 2019

One of the most important action items for any Allied Health practitioner no matter your expertise is creating the right relationship with your local GP. If you want the right referrals, you have to nail this initial meeting on the head. We get a lot of...

Maintaining a blog is about more than just writing a bunch of blog posts. You should develop a strategy and plan your content – especially if you’re writing with multiple staff in your clinic. You should also interact with your audience and respond to their...

A fascinating blog from Neil Patel with some interesting social media findings!   The social web is huge. From Facebook to Pinterest, they all command billions of eyeballs per year. Which, of course, makes these channels too big to ignore. In other words, you have no choice but to...

Full disclosure - we did not write this blog, however we wanted to share as we 100% believe in it's contents, and hopefully you gain some knowledge from it! If you need a hand with your website, check out our deal here.    -------   Recently I was asked...

Your client list is one of the most important weapons you have in your arsenal - nurturing this should be a must do action for allied health professionals. Essentially what we are saying is - how often do you communicate effectively with your clients via email? If...

Networking is such an important aspect for any allied health business owner - it's great to build your network with key stakeholders, clients and GPs. Yet - what happens if you are an introvert? Sometimes networking can be daunting! We wanted to share this excellent blog from...

Authenticity is in short demand these days, yet it is something that so many clients crave. Trust is elusive but once gained can be such a powerful marketing tool for any allied health business. We live in a world where we are bombarded with 1000 statements...