Online video, informative articles and specialized blogs can increase new patient inquiries and compliment a well-designed website. 'The right strategy can result in strong online search results under multiple topics", says Gary Grasso, Director of Doctor's P.R.
Online PR News – 26-June-2012 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles, CA - Many physicians report that 65% or more of all new patient inquiries are coming from online search, making the internet the public’s prime source for research and information on aesthetic and health care related issues. When combined with television appearances and online video, doctors can influence a wide audience with news and information, accessible 24 hours a day.
Physicians who wish to attract new patients must gain meaningful media exposure and maintain a robust online presence, according to Gary Grasso, Director of Doctor’s P.R & Medical News. “Original content including video is critical in order to achieve and maintain online search results and relevance,” says Grasso. “A well- designed public relations program can result in high visibility in the most important and relevant topics.”
“Physicians who offer quality content can gain high-profile online search results under multiple search terms,” says Grasso. “This can build a powerful and dominant 'expert source' position. A blog, when properly formatted can engage more readers than press releases."
Doctor's P.R. works with clients to compose and publicize original content for websites, blogs, press releases and articles covering all fields of medicine, healthcare and related topics. "We achieve high visibility in topics ranging from innovations in cosmetic surgery to cardiology, spinal surgery, anti-aging medicine, sports medicine and more," says Grasso.
For more information contact Gary Grasso, Director of Doctor's P.R. - email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 626-222-7955. Visit www.doctorspr.com
About Doctor's P.R. & Medical news
Doctor's P.R. has specialized in the medical field since 1994. Physician clients nationwide have been placed on hundreds of local television news and morning shows as well as top-tier national T.V. programs including "The Doctors", "TODAY", "The Dr. Oz Show", "Good Morning America", "Oprah", "The CBS Early Show" and CNN.