Do you know the major factor preventing new patients from coming into your practice? You aren’t ranking on search engines.
The problem is that people are searching for doctors online. If you have newspaper or radio ads, or if you are relying on billboards, you’re out of luck. People are going to Google for answers. That’s why traditional marketing isn’t working like it used to.
So as you can see, with SEO a doctor can actually reach potential patients.
But what exactly is SEO? It’s a set of practices that makes your website more visible on online searches. It isn’t just about your website, either. WhooSEO’s SEO services for doctors include techniques both on and off your site.
When we are done perfecting your online presence both on-site and off, you will start to rank at the top of search engine results pages (SERPs). That means you’ll be prominently placed on the world’s most important websites, like Google, Bing, Yahoo, and more.
Still not convinced? Consider these facts about SEO for doctors:
✔ Over 89% of people use search engines to look for solutions to their medical needs.
✔ 90% of searchers click on a link that appears on the first page of results.
✔ More than half of people searching on Google, Bing or Yahoo click on the first three search results.
✔ Google gets more than 1 billion health related searches a day.
✔ 64% of searches are made on mobile devices.
Doctor SEO begins with high quality content. This attracts more visitors looking for information relevant to your practice. The days when you could stuff keywords and do simple meta tag manipulation are gone. Today, search engine algorithms want to provide genuine, helpful content. And don’t worry, we have content covered.
Once visitors get to your website, we track and monitor their activity. This way we can tweak and optimize your website. We ask questions like:
● How much time do visitors spend on your website?
● What is their everyday activity on the website?
● What type of content do they engage with (like videos, forms or blogs)?
● Do they visit your website repeatedly?
● Do they visit multiple pages on your site (bounce rate)?