In today’s episode, Kelley Knott is joined by her husband, Justin Knott, together they both have grown not only an award-winning healthcare marketing agency but also successful 8 figure physician liaison programs to boot. Today they are going to discuss business development, building referral relationships, and increasing those referrals.
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What you need to know about blogging and content marketing.
In this podcast we dive into the major questions you think of when it comes to blogging
- How do you do it?
- What are good ways to connect with other physicians or
- What does a blog do for your website in the long run
- What is effective for driving website visitors to your website
The importance of a blog
Did you know an active blog usually has 5-6 of top 10 pages on the website that come from your blog. It just goes to show that search engines love blogs that give out great information to its users.
Not to mention the leads that come from your blog. It builds trust with your audience and answers their questions.
SEO is also a great benefit of a blog. Looking to rank for a keyword without making a new service page on your website? Write a blog post about it!
In a nutshell, having an active blog creates a know, like & trust relationship!
It’s not about you, it’s about them
When it comes to blogging, it is all about your user. Look for creating healthcare post types around quality of life, symptoms, recoveries, patients’ journeys etc.
Make sure your blog is very rich with the right content – If it is a healthcare blog, write about healthcare not about other topics with no relation. It can take the interest out of your blog and send your readers onto the next blog to answer their questions
Research-backed content – putting yourself in the patient’s shoes and write it for them. Most of your patients did not go to med-school. Be sure to create your healthcare blog post in a 9-12th grade reading level. Your current and future readers(patients) will thank you for it!
What kind of content should you create?
The opportunities are endless when it comes to content. At Intrepy Healthcare Marketing we highly recommend mixing it up: Video, Text, Infographics, FAQs
How can you come up with content?
Listen to your patients. If you jot down the questions you get asked throughout the day you can come up with amazing content for your blog posts.
The science behind your blog post
The first step is to figure out who your competitors are and what they are ranking for.
Next would be to down select things you want to rank your site better for – find your keywords now
Our “secret sauce” Share your secrets: it helps you connect with your audience when you share real information without holding back. It can be scary at first but the results are worth it.
Share who you are: let the patients see what you do and allow you to connect with them on a personal level
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Thanks for listening. Kelley Knott
by Kelley Knott
Kelley Knott is an expert Physician Liaison Trainer and consultant. Her passion is the help liaisons and practices maximize their effectiveness to improve patient care and revenue new revenue streams for their practice or hospital system. She is one of the first people in the US to develop online courses specifically geared toward physician liaison marketing. She is a published author, entrepreneur, and speaker.