Category Archives for "Digital Marketing"

4 Holiday Marketing Ideas for Physical Therapists

Physical therapists may have a hard time dealing with everyday marketing campaigns, but the holiday season makes creating marketing offers and promotions much easier!  

Unlike most times of the year, the holidays are the perfect time to offer something happy and light that also gives your clinic a little extra cheer. 

We've come up with some creative ways to market your physical therapy clinic that won't break the bank and will bring more patients to your door.  

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Welcome, all goblins, ghouls, and monsters!

Halloween is the perfect time to get creative with your marketing. Use our FREE social media graphics and cover photos for a spooky good time this October!

 

5 Halloween Social Media Marketing Ideas for Your Business

Halloween is just around the corner!  

But many businesses don't take the time to create a marketing strategy around the holiday until a few days before. 

We say “BOOOOO!!” to that marketing strategy! (BEWARE: HALLOWEEN JOKES BELOW!) 

Don't get spooked about Halloween campaigns. A holiday campaign is always a great way to bring awareness back to your business without overselling! 

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9 Facebook Post Ideas for Your Business

Creating content that inspires your Facebook followers to do business with you is difficult. It takes a lot of trial and error to find out what works for your prospective clients, customers, or patients. We know it’s not always easy coming up with new ideas on your own.

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How to Captivate Your Customer in a Saturated Market

Your market is heating up and you’ve never been more thrilled. But what most don’t think about is that the competition is excited, too! So, what do you do to keep your customer captivated when everyone in the market is fighting for a piece of the pie?

Keeping your customer captivated is a never-ending job. You simply cannot afford to just run the same ad over and over and expect your potential customer to care.

What does this mean for your business as you try to stake out your territory? It means you have to get (slightly) creative.

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