How Important is Content Marketing?

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However, you may be wondering what is the most important thing you need to know about content marketing?

Creating content is important for any business and website. Particularly with a healthcare business, your marketing strategy depends heavily on the quality of your website. This includes the quality of information or content on your website.

We have previously discussed that a good-looking, and functional, website that clearly indicates who you are, your authority, what you can do for your patients and where can they find you, is essential. Now, we need to talk about how they will find your website.

As you may know by now, potential clients and patients are using search engines to find services in their respective areas.

Enter the need for effective content marketing. 

What is Content marketing?

Content marketing and educational content is the smartest way to attract new clients and patients, period. This is because patients and consumers are searching all the time, the creation of smartphones made that even more evident.

It’s important to focus on marketing for the present day – a time where content is king.

Content marketing involves the creation of material based on what your clients are looking for:

  • Creating blog posts, using keywords that your users are typing in.
  • Ensuring that the copy on your website is SEO optimized, while also providing the information your patients need to know AND are looking for.
  • Creating and updating every so often to stay relevant, and to be consistently found.

The Main Point of Content Marketing

Across the board, there is one simple reality: you have an audience who can buy your products or services. And that audience goes online to educate itself before even contacting anyone.

Nowadays, everyone is trying to learn something before verbally speaking with anyone.

That means what you are displaying online gets you judged, and or even seen. Whether it’s tips and tricks about diet and lifestyle, or information about a disease, or technological advancements, it’s important to create and publish that contact.

Do it regularly, and do it consistently.

When you are doing this, it allows Google’s algorithms to crawl your site, so to speak, and index it accordingly. If you have done a good job of optimizing your keywords (SEO), your chances of appearing, and appearing higher up in search results, increase.

However, none of that even matters if you do not have GOOD QUALITY CONTENT.

Important to note: don’t just limit your content to just your website. Content strategy can extend beyond the website by posting on social media, or writing on other platforms including publications in your health authority. 

Use A Marketer To Create Content If You Struggle With it

Creating amazing content, consistently, can be difficult, especially when your time needs to be with your clients. Furthermore, can you really spend time doing the keyword strategies and so forth?

Likely not.

A marketer is an important tool for anyone who wants to be seen online.

For example, if you are a local clinic in a highly-populated area, your content will need to use commonly searched symptoms of that population. You may also want to cater your content to location-specific updates and stay current with that community. A healthcare marketer will know how to do this so that your ranking in search engines increases, driving more traffic to your website.

While that may sound daunting, a marketer or marketing agency will know what to do.

It’s important to hire someone that can help get your traffic up and effectively help you with your content marketing.


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Bob Mangat is a 2 Time #1 Best Selling Author and 2-time Two-Comma Club Award Winner. He has worked with over 1500+ small business owners sharing with them the EXACT same strategies, techniques, and tools that he’s used in his businesses resulting in accelerated growth (doubling, tripling, or even 10x-ing their net profits).

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