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DoctorSites is Offering an Educational Webinar, "Discover the 4 Biggest Online Marketing Secrets That Will Make- Or Break - Your Practice"
Date:4/17/2013

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 17, 2013

DoctorSites, the leading website and marketing company for medical professionals announced today an educational webinar they offering specifically for doctors, "Discover the 4 Biggest Online Marketing Secrets That Will Make - Or Break - Your Practice" This new 30-minute play on-demand webinar, will be presented by co-author of "Ready, Aim, Soar" and Internet Marketing Expert of DoctorSites, Greer Van Dyck.

Register now for the play on-demand webinar:

"Discover the 4 Biggest Online Marketing Secrets That Will Make -Or Break- Your Practice"

Now more than ever, it is imperative that doctors have an effective online presence for their practice. In this webinar, medical professionals will learn what the biggest online marketing trends are today, and the things doctors must know for their practice to make it in this changing technological landscape.

Did you know?

-There are over 1.5 millions searches for doctors online each month!

-Over 96% of new patients search online when looking for a doctor.

-62% of search users click on the first page of search results.

The beauty of having an effective website is that it offers infinite opportunities for practices 24/7. With 210 billion dollars being spent online each year, doctors can now make money in their sleep. With the invention of online appointment scheduling, eNewsletters, online payment processing, and robust online resources, patients have greater expectations than ever. The good news for practice owners is, meeting these expectations increases your bottom line and streamlines marketing and administration costs.
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