Did you know that 85% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations? That means your online reputation is just as important as your real-world reputation.
It’s particularly effective to ask patients after a few visits when the patient is starting to feel better. Simply, create an email template that you can easily copy and paste as part of a routine follow up with patients. Don’t forget to include the link to the review site you’d like people to post to.
Add Subscribers to Get More Reviews
When new patients are added as subscribers, you can send them a welcome email, which includes a link to fill out a quick and easy survey, which will contribute to your online reputation.
They’ll also receive a fun, educational e-learning course in chiropractic, a monthly blog rollup email, birthday emails, and a newsletter we send out on your behalf. These options are customizable, so you can let us know what you’d like your patients to receive. You can also email your subscribers individually, in bulk, or in groups based on tags you assign to them.
Answers to commonly asked questions regarding online reviews.
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