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Google Analytics for Dentists

When it comes to marketing, that world as we knew it made quite the drastic turnaround. Marketing has evolved astonishingly quickly with the new digital tactics that are only continuing to grow, expand, and evolve. It is really important to make sure you are on board with the digital marketing strategies to ensure you are surviving, thriving, and staying ahead of your competitors. So, maybe you are implementing a few digital marketing strategies here and there, but are you keeping up with the results you are getting back in return? If you aren’t paying attention to your online activity and the traffic and results you are getting back from your efforts, then there won’t be any way for you to tell as to whether or not your tactics are proving successful.

You should ask yourself these questions, and if you don’t have an answer, then it may be time to look into Google Analytics for dentist marketing in Dallas.

  • Do you know how many people are visiting your practice’s website?
  • Do you know how people are finding your website?
  • Do you know how many website visitors are turning into patients?
  • Do you know which pages your website visitors spend the most time on?
  • Do you know which elements of your site are proving to be the most vital to your visitors?

If you don’t know the answers to these questions, then you likely don’t know whether or not, or which of your digital marketing strategies are proving successful. To save yourself time and money in the future, it is best to have a holistic view of your marketing strategies and if the goals alongside are being achieved. This is where Google Analytics comes in. Let’s get started.

The first step is setting up your Google Analytics account. You will need to have a Gmail email address in order to do this. Click here to sign up for Gmail, and click here to sign up for Google Analytics. When you sign up you will be required to fill out a form, but it is a pretty quick and easy one. After the form filling you will just need to accept Google’s privacy policy. Overall, there are pretty much 3 easy steps in this process, and the second step entails that you help Google help you by identifying the type of website it will be tracking. You will then get a tracking code, and will then be responsible for putting this tracking code onto your website’s pages so that Google will be able to identify when each page is visited. After that, in the third step, you will be able to begin learning a bit more about your online audience and your website’s data, and that’s that! Easy, right?

If you have more questions about how to use and understand Google’s Analytics, you may be looking for a dental digital marketing agency in Dallas. Here at Dental Critic, our experts know exactly what it takes to grow and sustain growth at your practice. After getting to know your practice a bit better, we will select and implement the necessary strategic marketing tactics to keep you thriving in the dental market. Contact us today and let us help show you what growth your practice is capable of.

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