Using social media to improve the way you connectHaving a presence on social media is not absolutely necessary to run a successful practice, but it can be a valuable tool in connecting with patients and diverse communities. If used wisely, social media can help grow a practice.
Twitter reacts to eclipse with ‘my eyes hurt’ trending
Twitter reacts to eclipse with ‘my eyes hurt’ trendingA quick look at Twitter shows that many eclipse viewers are now complaining of ocular pain after taking a peek without proper eye protection. See what people are saying on Twitter after the eclipse!
How ODs can capitalize on social media in their practicesConsumers have a voice greater than ever before with social media and the ability to like, comment, and react quicker than ever, says Kevin Wilhelm and Trudi Charest from Marketing4ECPs at Vision Expo East.
What patients are tweeting about their ODs
What patients are tweeting about their ODs
What patients are tweeting about their eye doctors
What patients are tweeting about their eye doctorsSo, what are your patients saying and sharing about you on Twitter these days?
Premium Content Preview | Building and Managing Your Practice's Online ReputationIt’s time to take control of your Internet presence, engage patients online, and manage your reputation. This series of articles describes how to effectively manage and grow your online presence and reputation.
Thirteen healthcare apps to watchManaged Healthcare Executive asked industry experts to share their favorite mobile apps for healthcare. Here’s 13 of their top picks.
Professionalism in social media is a balancing actTo establish and maintain a professional medical image in social media, pay careful attention to the content of posts. Be aware that social media content is admissible as evidence in courts of law.
Living life online: Talking to parents about social mediaSocial media applications and surfing the Internet are among the most common activities today for children and adolescents. Although there are a number of benefits of social media, there are also a number of risks.
Your patients are still tweeting about youWhen we need a good laugh, we love to head over to Twitter and find out what patients are saying about their optometrists. Check out what they had to say.