If you read our blog regularly, you know the importance of having a modern and patient-friendly website. We always emphasize the many advantages of increasing the practice’s exposure online – making the practice more visible and available to patients, being able to manage your online reputation, advertising your business FOR FREE, just to name a few! But what happens once you get your very own, custom-made website? Ironically, this is just the beginning of the journey set out to bring more patients to your practice. Just as the title says – what’s the point in having a website if no one can find it? Here at Redcastle we treat our clients with a holistic approach. While most companies usually lose interest in their clients as soon as they collect the payment for designing the website, we stick around to make sure that the website is actually working on getting you new business. How do we do this? We provide various IT services, from SEO (getting the practice’s website in Google’s Top 10) to promoting it via social media. Yes, that means Facebook, Twitter and others. Those portals are now starting an exciting and mutually beneficial relationship with doctors across the whole world, as shown in this quote we’ve recently found: “Status update: Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, marries Dr Priscilla Chan. Their marriage represents the ongoing integration of social media and medicine—for better or worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health.” If you feel like your practice could use some more referrals, contact us today and find out what we can offer to help you make that happen.