Social Media for Dentists in the UK

 

Dental Focus have been taking care of social media for dentists in the UK for over two years! That’s not taking into account creating social media channels for dentists and dental practices for more longer than that. During which time our team has learnt a lot about how to grow online communities and increase your brand awareness.

 

How to go from 0 to 100+ Facebook Page Likes as a dentist

 

A blank canvas is the hardest when it comes to starting your journey on social media. If your Facebook page is brand new then it can be a bigger struggle to get that initial buzz about your practice/brand than if you want to jump from 500 to 600-page likes.

With no initial community to speak of, we have a proven method to get your page noticed. Watch the video below for more.

 

 

Should my Facebook followers only be dentists?

 

The beauty of social media is that everyone can get connected, however, this can also be detrimental to your business plans. Cultivating your community is essential to growing your brand in the right direction, otherwise, you can spend a lot of time and resources with on the wrong people.

If you are a referral practice, then you largely want to be addressing other practices and dentists, as these are the people you most want to be in front of. However, for the majority, you are most likely a dentist using social media or a dental practice. In which case, catering for patients is going to be your aim in which case they make up the “general public”. You should still, however, be selective in what you post and how you present your brand, ensuring that you take into account your demographics.

 

Piggybacking

 

Fun as a kid, essential as a business looking for massive growth on social media. And no, we don’t mean go and jump on anyone, rather look for other profiles that have a bigger following than yours and look to create a mutually beneficial relationship. Again, the profiles you decide to associate with should reflect your brand well (no use associating your Facebook page with Coca-Cola – synonymous with sugary drinks).

One fabulous way to piggyback is to promote the services of someone else. For example, a local restaurant might share your post if you gave away a dinner for two of your patients.

Come back soon for more info about social media for dentists or give our team a call to discuss more – 020 7183 8388

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