Online marketing is the future since more people are turning to the Internet to find plastic surgeons in their local area when they need them the most. Showing up when those patients are searching for you is critical to the long term success.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
A new blog about the cosmetic surgery world is helping surgeons find and bring in more surgery patients.
Plastic Surgery Marketing Consultant James Dreesen relies on his years of Internet marketing experience to explain to plastic and cosmetic surgeons how they can better market their services to attract new business.
"Running a practice is in some respects like running any other business; patients are a necessary part and enough of the more profitable ones can lead to big profits," he said.
In some businesses, this continual turnover of customers is called churn. Churn for most companies is a bad thing. Churn for a plastic surgeon is simply the way things are.
“Most people want one or two procedures done. When that’s over with, they never come back. A few patients will want more surgeries and a rare few are actually in need of more than one or two procedures,” Mr. Dreesen said. “But these are rare and are not enough to build a sustainable practice on.”
Mr. Dreesen’s blog discusses how to use the Internet and everything it encompasses to attract new patients.
“Online marketing is the future since more people are turning to the Internet to find plastic surgeons in their local area when they need them the most. Showing up when those patients are searching for you is critical to the long term success of any practice,” he said. “My search engines strategies are proven to work time and time again.”
About JD Media Surge, LLC:
Founded by James Dreesen to provide search engine marketing services to doctors and cosmetic surgeons who want to become more visible and found online. James is a Google Analytics Certified professional who enjoys helping cosmetic surgeons dominate their local areas online through specializing in the art of search engine optimization. You can call 888-221-0865 to reach James or follow him on Twitter.