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We start your dental marketing with an SEO and approach because you can create the most valuable content ever, but if your website isn’t optimized, it simply won’t get in front of anyone. We’ll conduct an SEO analysis of your current site, from how fast your website loads, to the user experience, and more. Next, we’ll take actions to improve your site as much as possible by removing broken links, reducing image sizes, and improving site speed and navigation. After your site is optimized, it’s time to move onto creating unique, SEO-friendly dental content.
Dagmar Marketing has a team of experienced content specialists. We’ll create authoritative, informative dental content that will reflect your brand and represent you well. How do we know what to write about? Besides having the industry knowledge, we also do a lot of pre-planning that will be the foundation of all your content. First, we conduct a review of what your competitors are doing to understand what is working well and what areas of content they’re missing (that you can fill). Next, we take the time to understand your business goals and how you expect content to help those objectives. Your content strategy will ultimately be built around helping your business overall. Whether you’re looking to expand your patient base, maintain connections with your current patients, or bring back past patients, content can help with it all!
Having a clear understanding of the market and your objectives, Dagmar then creates a dental content marketing plan that will help you become a local leader. Our writing team of published authors, agency copywriters, and professional bloggers can assist with content needs around:
- Blogging (long format)
- Website copy that is SEO-friendly
- Ad copy (PPC ads, social ads, display ads)
- Social media copy
- Articles or blogs for third-party publications
- Press releases
DAGMAR took our existing copy and ideas, asked the right questions, did the proper market research, and created a brand that was exactly what we were looking for.Bonnie Upright, APR
I teamed up with these guys as I was building up my company and they did a phenomenal job of getting me the online presence I needed.Jason R., from Yelp
DAGMAR did a far better job than what was expected or required, and they are an excellent group of digital marketing experts.Owner of Headhunting Firm, from Clutch
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