THIS IS OUR FIRST POST IN A SERIES OF POSTS about the value of “interest graphs” and specifically, Pinterest in social media dental marketing. We spend a great deal of time looking at the future of social media marketing. But more importantly, we’re exclusively focused on its application for our client dental practices. The video below introduces a very early, leading edge concept about some of the directions social media marketing is headed. We think it has value, and thought you may enjoy it:
So, What’s The Value Here For Your Practice?
When new things come around, we do a lot of homework and brainstorming to try to determine whether or not it has value and application for you, our valued clients. While there are still a lot of unanswered questions about interest graphs and their relationship to social graphs, we’re carefully considering ways that our dental practice clients may benefit from interest graphing platforms and strategies.
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If you want help implementing these principles or need any other assistance with your digital marketing plan, let us know. We would love to partner with you on this journey and develop an SEO or PPC ad campaign that generates leads by leveraging the power of interests graphs like Pinterest! Which aspects of the video did you find most intriguing?
We’re formulating a thoughtful strategy for incorporating Pinterest and/or other such sites into your dental practice marketing efforts. However, in the meantime, we recommend that the social media point person in your practice open a personal Pinterest account and start becoming familiar with using Pinterest. It will be fun too! Here’s a good article that was just published this week about Pinterest, and here’s where your point person can sign up.
About the Author: Blake Hadley is the president of My Social Practice located in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is passionate about helping dental practices grow their patient base exponentially by using digital dental marketing strategies. If you’d like to book Blake to speak at your next event you can do that on our dental marketing expert page.
If you have thoughts about this, or if you are using Pinterest, we’d love to hear your input!