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We are still in the midst of the one of the worst pandemics of the century. In the literal sense it seems that the entire world has come to a halt. The present situation really makes one sad and gloomy as there is fear,
Avoid marketing by committee. Every hospital—regardless of its size—has many missions and messages. Inevitably there are competing agendas about purpose, emphasis and content. Attempting to address every possible special interest will accomplish nothing. Consider rotating home page images, for example, to speak to a range of interests without widespread clutter.
Make Search Engine Optimization (SEO) an integral part of every page. SEO is not an after-the-fact process or step. The techniques that affect how a site or page is likely to rank among organic search results need to be considered first… and applied to each and every page.
Drive traffic to your site via advertising. In addition to attracting visitors to your hospital website via SEO/organic search, use a precision-designed plan of online advertising, including Pay-Per-Click ads, Display ads, Facebook ads and other tools that connect with target audiences.
Create—and regularly update—content that is both social and search friendly. Step one is to enhance online visibility with fresh, interesting and authoritative content—frequently. (Old, stale pages are subordinated in page rank.) Next, present engaging content that is easily found and shared via social media formats, such as Twitter, Facebook, etc.
An effective website—one that consistently produces measurable results—is often the online front door of an institution. It’s usually the first point of encounter for patients, prospective patients, families and friends. The challenge is to build a “front door” that is welcoming, engaging, interesting and most of all provides answers for visitor questions about your facility, service lines and physicians. And that’s not an easy task.
In fact, online marketing that profitably attracts patients from the Internet relies on a carefully crafted plan with a professionally designed website as its cornerstone. To transform your hospital website into a top performer, consult this list of important tips:
Pages with your restaurant’s menu items and pricing – and not just PDF versions.
Many restaurants have PDF versions of their menu online but not text-based versions. We think you should have both. A PDF is easy to print out at the office or to share with friends or family at home. You can encourage people to download and print the PDF version of your menu and keep it handy should they want to call ahead, order for take-out or use your catering or group dining services.
On the other hand, someone looking for a local place to eat immediately is likely to be using a mobile device. PDF’s can be sized for mobile but it’s not an elegant way to view your menu.
Plus – and perhaps even more importantly when it comes to getting found online – search engines can’t necessarily “see” what’s on a PDF. Having web pages that include menu items in text format (i.e., search engine crawl-able format) will be easier for people using mobile devices and will enable people looking for restaurants that serve your type of cuisine – or even specific dishes – to find your restaurant online, first.
And that brings us to our second recommendation when it comes to online content that will get your restaurant website found more often, first, in online search:
It’s important to understand that many consumers will use both desktop/laptop or tablet-size devices and mobile devices while researching local businesses, including local restaurants. Someone looking to meet a colleague or friend may very well start their search from a desktop and then move to mobile when the time comes to hit the road. On the other hand, people who did not plan ahead but need to find a restaurant may start and end their search on a mobile device.
Neither a website not optimized for mobile (either with a mobile app alternative or with responsive design) nor a website only optimized for mobile is the right approach; you must have both.
Mobile sites that motivate customer actions.
90% of the Americans who use mobile phones to search for local restaurants take action within 60 minutes! Every restaurant’s website has to continually become more mobile-friendly from web search to communications to check ins to checking out at the end of a dining experience.
We advise that you add content to your web site (and mobile app, if applicable) that incentivizes people who find your restaurant in an online mobile search on mobile – and who are likely to take action within the hour – to choose your restaurant or bar. This could come in the form of a digital coupon for a free add-on, extended happy hour pricing, call-ahead ordering or the ability to check-in from the road and get their names on the list for seating before they even arrive.
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