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Note: This is the third and final post in our series about content marketing for medical practices. Click here for Part I and Part II. This post covers the topic of how to make content marketing work for your practice.
One of the keys to content marketing is consistency.
And the key to consistency is planning ahead of time.
One of the best ways to make sure you publish regularly is to create a monthly or quarterly content calendar to keep your content marketing on target.
Note: This is the second post in our three part series about content marketing for medical practices. Click here for Part I and Part III. This post covers the topic of what types of content marketing healthcare patients are looking for when they visit your website.
Your content marketing should be patient-centered.
Before you come up with topics or choose the particular medium you’ll publish in, consider what your patients want and need.
Sports medicine providers, for example, will need different types of content than pediatricians.
Note: This is the first of a three part series on content marketing for medical practice websites. This post answers the question, “What is content marketing for medical websites?” Click here for Part II and Part III.
Content marketing is a big buzzword these days. While it’s taken over many industries, healthcare has been slower to catch on.
It’s finally starting to make headway, and soon medical practices that don’t deploy content marketing will be left behind.
In this day and age, your patients are being bombarded by medical information online.
They turn to websites like WebMD or online forums to self-diagnose their ailments. While these resources can be helpful, often they do more harm than good.
Your online content, a digital medical library, so to speak, is a much better place for your patients to learn about their health.