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There is no denying that we are in the digital age and that the internet is a powerful source for many people. Long gone are the days that people needed to ask their friends for recommendations. Now, it is easy to figure out what services you may want to use with a few clicks of a button.
If your practice has good reviews from other patients, this can be a very positive thing. Many people deeply consider reviews before ultimately deciding where to spend their money, and if your reviews are respectable, there is a great chance that more people will be giving you their business. On the other hand, if your reviews are bad, this can be detrimental to your practice. A negative online presence can easily deter people from coming into your place of business.
While it is true you cannot please everyone, it is important to try your best. A negative experience that results in a poor online review could end up costing you more potential patients than you may realize. So, what can you do?
Be sure to respond to reviews, both positive and negative. However, this will only get you so far without proper training. Once someone sees a review, especially a negative one, it is hard to change their mindset. For professional assistance, reach out to the AuDStandard marketing team. Let our audiology marketing experts take the guess work out of creating and implementing successful marketing campaigns and create and manage your website, reviews and all.