2) Online video – This medium is quite possible the best one on the planet to connect with prospective chiropractic patients. People get to see you, look in your eyes, and establish rapport BEFORE setting foot in your office. YouTube is the big video sharing website where you’ll want your videos, however, there are dozens more communities where you should upload them. Anytime you take an action on Pinterest, an email is sent to that person.
It’s such an easy way to get exposure for your chiropractic office if done right. Twitter, a microblogging service that answers the question “What are you doing right now?” is the latest social networking craze to sweep the nation. Both Richt and Carroll have recently joined the service and interested fans can check up on both head coaches by subscribing to their individual Twitter feeds. Being able to use Twitter in order to generate income online is all about having the talent to drive individuals to a place where the actions that they take will put some money in your pocket.
The most important thing about the traffic that you are able to drive from Twitter is that you are not a total stranger to you. If they are acting on something that you mentioned off of Twitter it generally means that there is some degree of trust between the two of you. More trust equals more money for you. Go to twitter.com and create an account if you haven’t already. Be creative with your bio and make sure you include your website link.
This could be a blog or a splash/squeeze page. Is the update time critical? – By that I mean, are you updating your own status in relation to a thing you happen to be doing right now? If so, then the ideal time to post is either prior to or during the event. People are far more likely to comment on a status regarding something you are about to do rather than something you have previously done. Posting afterwards additionally runs the risk of someone different posting about it already and stealing your thunder (e.
g. viewing a sporting event). David Hale, the UGA beat writer for the Macon Telegraph, has his own blog as well and it is getting rave reviews from the Georgia community. Hale usually writes feature stories for the print (and online) edition of the paper, but he will also put up the random tidbits that didn’t make the http://blogs.elpais.com/china-red/2014/06/zara-vender%C3%A1-por-internet-en-china-en-la-plataforma-tmall.html (www.objectif-chine.com) cut on his personal blog. The end result is all the juicy stories fans love to hear, as well as the rarely reported quotes and insights that may not make the cut.