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Marketing Help for Integrative Practitioners

Posted By Administration, Monday, January 09, 2012
Updated: Thursday, January 30, 2014
Are you looking for help to market your practice? Don’t know where to start? GetWellnessPatients.com can help!

GetWellnessPatients.com is an instant marketing system where all practice marketing is done for health care practitioners; from building your website, to search engine optimization (SEO), to social media. The system is completely customizable and there’s no work for you. Through a five-fold attack: SEO, website enhancement, social media, offline ads and an e-mail marketing system, GetWellnessPatients.com promises to take care of all your marketing needs for you.

GetWellnessPatients.com founder and President, Pat Necerato began in health care marketing by providing personal fitness consultations to health clubs. After helping various chains increase their membership numbers and rise to the top, Necerato decided to continue studying marketing and start his own business to help podiatrists, dentists, chiropractors, and now integrative physicians reach their marketing goals.

Perhaps you have a beautiful website with a high ranking on Google, but if it’s not bringing you new patients, it’s missing the mark. GetWellnessPatients.com uses lead generation tools to turn your traffic into actual leads. Not only do they capture the leads but through e-mail blasts they do the follow-ups for you too.

GetWellnessPatients.com has three different packages for you to choose from; Standard, Ultimate, and Premium. With the Standard package GetWellnessPatients.com will do your website and all your e-mail marketing for you. They’ll follow-up with leads, do your newsletter, and reactivation system, it’s a great place to start. The Ultimate package does all of that, but also includes extensive market research to get your SEO higher. GetWellnessPatients.com will look at the town you practice in and determine what residents there are searching for. For example are they looking for ‘holistic,’ ‘wellness,’ or ‘integrative?’ Once GetWellnessPatients.com determines the key words people are searching for, they then saturate your website with them. They will also get you higher rankings on about three search engines in addition to Google. With the Premium package you get even more. The market research is more extensive, not only do they study the city your practice is in, but they research the surrounding areas as well. This is a huge perk for integrative practitioners because the services you offer are life-changing and people are willing to travel great distances to receive these therapies. With the Premium package you will also be placed on about ten additional search engines, which will really get your rankings higher. Learn all about GetWellnessPatients.com by watching their 90 second demo video on the website at www.getwellnesspatients.com.

One New Jersey doctor began using GetWellnessPatients.com and without putting any work in himself immediately started receiving around two new patients a week. Another practitioner received 15 new leads in his first week of using the system, which turned into 10 new appointments, additionally earning him an extra $7000 in revenue. You may view all the testimonials at www.getwellnesspatients.com.

No matter what your specialty is GetWellnessPatients.com will help you customize a marketing system that will work for you. Call John Marrone with GetWellnessPatients.com at 1-888-857-2621 (ext. 1) and tell him you heard about the system from ACAM and receive 10% off your activation! John is familiar with ACAM physicians and is more than happy to personally consult you for all of your in house marketing.

Tags:  integrative medicine  practice marketing 

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