How to Choose a Cosmetic Surgery Marketing Provider

Many people today call themselves “gurus” and other fancy names in order to give themselves credit that may not be necessarily due to them. In the world of Inernet marketing and SEO, specifically in the field of cosmetic surgery marketing, this is one of the major red flags to look for. That is, a self-proclaimed “expert” without the published information and the results to prove it. Here are 3 ways to avoid choosing a bad cosmetic surgery marketing provider.

  • First things first; what does their website say? A website is the first glimpse at what the company is about, what values they have and what services they provide. But, take a deeper look – do they have expert information on their site to help educate and inform you? It’s very hard to believe that someone knows what they’re doing without seeing it “black and white”…literally. You’ll want to look for intelligent and easy-to-understand explanations of what the provider does and why. There should be an article directory on their site, such as some marketing tips for you to digest. Their directory should show you that they not only understand medical practices but that they know plastic surgery, specifically.
  • The next thing you’ll want to look for in a good cosmetic surgery marketing provider is their integrity. Do they have a mission statement and declare a promise of excellence and results on their website? Integrity is not only verified in online testimonials, but can also be conveyed in how much faith they have in themselves. Are they offering to educate you about what changes need to be made to your site to improve your SEO in Google? If they are willing to provide that small bit of free service to show you how your site can do even better…it should be with no obligation. Other free services to look for are a free consultation to discuss your current cosmetic surgery marketing methods and to suggest ways you can improve. Our company offers a free website analysis, free consultation with our owner, and a free 30-second custom video to put up on your site. Giving some of our services away for free is our way of introducing ourselves and proving that we know what we’re doing.
  • Finally, be sure that your plastic surgery advertising provider can provide you with a free quote and custom plan to help you achieve the goals you discussed during your consultation. You’ll want to get an idea of what the costs will be before jumping in. Typically, you can expect the costs to be about 10% of the profits you are making as a result of their efforts. Usually, we see an average cost of about $3000 per month with total profits in the $30,000 per month range. Goals that the providers sets for you should be things like reaching #1 on Google through improving your SEO, getting backlinks to your site (link building), updating your blog site 3 times a week to promote your website, and writing 2 articles per week with your keywords to get maximum exposure. There are many other facets of cosmetic surgery marketing as well including patient newsletters, help with event planning or promotional offers, and patient referral rewards programs. When combined, these services offer a holistic approach to marketing your practice, both online and offline. That’s when success happens!

Contact us for a free website analysis, free 30-second customized video, and a free consultation by calling 951.665.8360. We think outside the shell to stream patients to your website – and you’ll experience the difference in doing business with us right away.

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