The Premiere Dental Marketing Agency
Measurable & Proven Results
Elevate DDS is a boutique marketing agency offering full-service digital marketing solutions for dentists. Our team has been in the digital marketing world since it's inception. Much has changed over the last 10 years with online marketing, but the need to measure marketing results and ROI hasn't. We've dedicated our craft to tried and true dental marketing tactics. We know our solutions work because we've measured them for our clients. Just ask us to "show you the money!"
Dental Marketing Services
Marketing Agency Keys To Success
We use all online marketing channels at our disposal such as SEO, online reviews, and PPC to attract new visitors (potential patients) to your website.
Convert to Patients
Using an Elevate DDS conversion optimized website, we turn website visits into new patients using the best call-to-action.
After you've converted web visits to new patients, we use social media & other marketing channels to keep you patients happy & engaged.
Search Engine Optimization
It all starts with an SEO friendly website and code structure built by Elevate DDS. We'll get your dental website fully optimized with title tags, meta descriptions, header elements and schema markup (technical web jargon). After this we can start on third party websites, local directories, Google Maps and a whole lot more.
Active Review Campaigns
Once the website is fully optimized, the second step is to make sure your practice's online reviews are positive and plentiful. Over 80% of all people trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation. This means that every practice should be actively engaged in the management of their online reputation.
Social Media Marketing
Social media marketing services can be used to help engage with, and retain existing patients. Social media networks like Facebook can also be a great way to gain referrals from existing patients. It all starts with optimizing each network for success. Great artwork should also be added to further attract new patients. Networks will (and should) be updated on a weekly basis if not more.