How Long Will it Take to Achieve Success!
The length of time it will take to bury your bad results depends on several factors, such as the quantity and quality of the negative links. Restoration may take a few months, or it may take a full year depending on the severity.
US Lead Network consistently succeeds and will provide a general timeframe to you based on what our audit of your reputation shows.
Experts in Medical Online Reputation
For the past 10 years, US Lead Network has helped hundreds of doctors restore their online reputation. In addition, we monitor your reputation consistently to make sure any negative reviews or search engine results are seen right away. There is nothing worse than being blindsided by negative press that has been sitting online for a long time!
Our company was founded by a doctor who has written several books on healthcare internet marketing, and knows over ten methods that work when it comes to fixing a “broken” online reputation.
The length of time it will take to bury your bad results depends on several factors, such as the quantity and quality of the negative links. Restoration may take a few months, or it may take a full year depending on the severity. US Lead Network consistently succeeds and will provide a general timeframe to you based on what our audit of your reputation shows.
Fifty percent of doctors have bad links when their name is Googled. Look at our Case Studies to see how we have helped doctors and practices regain their online reputation!
HAVE YOU GOOGLED YOURSELF LATELY???
People tend to be a lot braver behind the security of a keyboard, so their negative reviews are frequently a lot more vicious than they would have been in person. An experience with a medical practice, whether good or bad, can be mentioned in an online forum or published to a social media site and reach, quite literally, millions of people. This happens overnight!
But I’m a doctor, reviews don’t matter right? WRONG! Software Advice recently conducted a surveywhere they found that 72 percent of patients use online reviews as their first step in finding a new physician. Making your online reputation the first impression for many patients.
The same survey also found that 82 percent of patients who responded used online reviews to evaluate medical practitioners.
It’s now common for people to either seek out healthcare providers online via a search engine or look up the doctor they’ve been referred to see. As a result, if some of the first search results that come up regarding you or your practice are negative, you’ll be losing business to competitors (bummer, huh?).
Thanks to the popularity of Amazon and other ecommerce sites relying on product reviews, reviews for service providers have now become relied upon by prospective patients. They place a huge amount of faith in the opinions of others!
Make the internet your ASSET for patient acquisition and NOT a liability.
As a medical practitioner or healthcare provider, you’ve worked hard every day to build your good reputation.
But let’s be honest, you can’t please everyone and perhaps, there are some things that even you can’t control. No matter how you do things, ANYONE can write a bad review about you online and it is very difficult to get it removed – if not impossible.
In addition to suffering from bad reviews...
If you receive bad press it can dominate the first page of search engine results when someone looks you up online.
Have you ever dealt with:
- Any type of Medical Board punishment (at all)?
- A Civil or Criminal Lawsuit?
- Being the subject of a negative news story?
These types of news stories appear online and often rank highly when someone searches for any iteration of your name. The fact that these search engine results exist is not something you can control. But it is POSSIBLE to push them down so they are no longer on the first page of Google, Bing or Yahoo.
What We Do in Reputation Management
- Rapid response to future problems
- Intervention to mitigate negative discussions as they emerge
- Boosting online brand real-estate
- Boosting positive content
- Forum discussions
- Blog comments
- Social media
- Online sentiment