Yes, Even Doctors Like You Need Effective Small Business Branding

Posted by Sharla Allison On January 20, 2015 0 comments

Before setting up your business for exposure online, first determine the services you want to promote and can offer to make you stand out from the competition. What makes your business different from others, in terms of your area of expertise, level of professionalism, and your experience? These are basic, but essential guidelines for an effective small business branding strategy—whether you’re in healthcare or in some other industries. It’s especially important for healthcare professionals to create an effective branding as people seek out consultations only with credible physicians or medical care providers near their area.

Yes, Small Business Branding Companies can Also Help Chiropractors!

Posted by Sharla Allison On January 6, 2015 0 comments

Regardless of what misconceptions they have about the technology, chiropractors and other medical professionals must be quick to adopt social media. A 2012 study from the PwC Health Research Institute showed that 33 percent of Americans use Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to find medical information, specifically about symptoms, treatments, and health plans—a number which has undoubtedly grown larger since then. Luckily for chiropractors, companies that provide small business branding solutions, like All Digital Branding in California, can also lend their marketing expertise to any medical practice.

The Difference between Branding and Advertising

Posted by Sharla Allison On January 5, 2015 0 comments
Brand owners must understand that while advertising is important in building their brand, it is not the only way of doing so, and that there is a difference between advertising and branding. They must know where to spend their resources, but first need to differentiate the two.

It used to be that advertising agencies defined and controlled a brand’s message and the mediums it was broadcast through. Today, however, consumers are starting to pay more attention to social networks and niche online communities. This does not mean, however, that there is no more use for advertising.