Unleashing the Good Word On Your Doctor

The medical profession is one of the most lucrative yet competitive in the US. Every day, thousands of practitioners go the extra mile to treat their patients. However, there’s always the chance that no matter how much of an ace a practitioner may be, they might make some bad calls along the way – and those can cost them dearly in the long run. This is where reputation management comes in.


Reputation management begins with assembling a fully-functioning website that features and details the practitioner’s services. An important page to include the website would be customer testimonials, elaborating on how the medical practice has benefited patients. Social media accounts will be networked to the business website as well.


The problem occurs when people post negative comments online, whether social media platforms, blogs, or consumer review portals. If you are handling the responses yourself, you will need to remain composed and not let irrelevant or offending remarks get to you. Consider their opinions, whether positive or negative. If it’s a patient leaving a complaint, have your main administrator contact the patient for a more thorough processing of their grievances.


Reputation management professionals can help medical practices maintain a credible and trustworthy name. By adequately monitoring reviews, comments, and posts about the practice, medical practitioners can easily take note of patient satisfaction and address them as needed. Having a reputation management specialist work on your practice enables a better handle on keeping the good word about you flowing.

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About pdgworldmarketing

Patrick is a local internet marketing & Local search expert. He helps ensure are reputation is always in good standing and the company image is portrayed and communicated correctly.

Posted on January 30, 2014, in Business, Internet Marketing, Online Marketing, Search Engine Optimization and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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