How To Start A Social Media Page For Your Dentist

Social media has become an integral tool for the success of dentists all over the world. A survey by Prosites has reported a 10% increase in clientele for dentists who used social media marketing for their client scouting. A DentaVox survey has revealed that most patients favor dentists on social media over those who are not. Starting a social media account for a clinic is not as hard as it seems.

Here are 3 tips to get you started for social media marketing for your dentistry:

Share Customer Reviews 

Sharing customer reviews will get any social media page going. A report by DentaVox reveals that over 47% of prospective clients favor patient testimonials to help them decide whether or not to employ a dentist’s services.

Post Educational Content

Make sure also to post creative, fun, and educational content on the social media page. That way, patients and prospective patients can have fun while the message is transmitted. A survey has also shown that 52% of clients favor educational material posting on social media. 

Engage With Your Audience

Try as much as possible to be deliberate with your actions. Reply to messages on time, answer questions and proffer solutions with the utmost professionalism. Most of all, make patients feel valued by paying attention to their contributions/complaints. 

Interested in outsourcing your dental practices social media? Cox Visuals is New Jersey’s premier social media agency and the expert in helping you boost your practices digital footprint on social media. From setting up your profiles and creating professional content to publishing regular posts and engaging with your followers, we do all the heavy lifting. Text “DENTIST” to 908-930-9813 to chat with our social media experts.

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