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#Page1MktChat Recap: Using Multiple Platforms

Page1's most recent twitter chat was all about using multiple platforms in your social media strategy. We had a great turn out and some incredibly valuable insights were shared on how to best integrate efforts across multiple platforms in order to create the most valuable social media presence.

Catch our bi-monthly Twitter chat, #Page1mktchat, every other Monday at 2 PM MST for industry insight and networking with other marketers and community management.

Page 1 Solutions Celebrates Honorable Mention at 2016 Media Relations Awards

PR Daily announced the winners of the 2016 Media Relations Awards today, and while Page 1 Solutions did not secure the grand prize in the Response to Breaking News category, we are extremely proud to be awarded an Honorable Mention! We are very grateful for the consideration of the judges at PR Daily, and extend a hardy congratulations to Winuk Communications, the winner of this category.

The breaking news to which we responded hit close to home. Last year former client Dr. Walter Palmer killed Cecil the Celebrity Lion, and Page 1 wound up in the crosshairs when angry Internet users found outdated information suggesting that we were still marketing his dental practice. Our agency no longer had ties to Dr. Palmer, last year and now, and we made this fact the cornerstone of our response to the backlash.

Annual Forest Restoration Program

Page 1 Solutions, LLC, a Golden, Colorado-based Internet marketing agency planted 470 trees to save 47,000 square feet of rainforest – through support and participation with the Arbor Day Foundation.

“We take our commitment to operate our business as a conscientious neighbor in our local and world community,” says Dan Goldstein, president of Page 1 Solutions.   “This says as much about our people as it does about our company as a whole.”

Page 1 Solutions has been working with The Arbor Day Foundation for nearly 8 years and has committed to contribute/buy 10 trees and plant 1,000 square feet of rainforest in every client’s name that purchases a new website.

What your online marketing agency is NOT sharing with you

Organic SEO and website design are typically the majority of conversation between most practices and their online marketing agency.  What probably isn’t being discussed are key changes in consumer search patterns and channel usage (apps), that can change how you think about your SEO campaign and the channels and platforms you use to target and reach your audience. 

 Here are some important search engine facts and Google Trends that should change how you market your practice online.

Which Social Media Platforms Should A Personal Injury Lawyer Use?

How do you spend the best time on the right platforms to make social media effective  for your law firm practice?  For most professional referral based practices, LinkedIn is probably the most credible social media platform.  Another great platform is Google+ to really help focus on boosting your search engine marketing visibility & listings. 

Watch this video to learn more:


Web Design Digest: Dental – June 2016

Comfort is often just as important as quality care when selecting a dentist. The following dental practices recognize this principle and made an inviting aesthetic part of their new website design.

Read on to discover how these diverse dental offices set out to make patients feel at home:

Wood Creek Dental

Dental Website Design - Wood Creek DentalEarthy tones and custom photography are the focal point of the Web design for this upstate South Carolina dental practice. Visitors drawn into the site via the soothing color palette will see a rotating series of photos showing the homey, welcoming interior of the Wood Creek Dental office.

What Do Facebook Algorithm Changes Mean for My Practice?

If you've been following the latest news in the social media world, you may have heard that Facebook is once again making significant changes to its News Feed algorithm. You may have also read that these changes will negatively impact the organic reach of brand and business pages, and further reduce the chances that Facebook users will see your posts and content. In a recent press release, Facebook made the following announcement:

Page 1 Solutions Twitter Chat: Using Multiple Platforms

About the Chat:

Last week we relaunched our #Page1MktChat featuring special guest David Boutin (@dmboutin) of Social Quant! The chat was a huge success with around 38 unique people joining in to pose compelling questions and offer unique insight on the Psychology of Marketing. However, the fun doesn't end there, we will now be hosting our #Page1MktChat every other Monday at 2pm MST starting with our next chat about utilizing multiple platforms on July 11th.

RSVP on our Facebook event page:

Web Design Digest: Plastic Surgery – June 2016

The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery is a leading provider of breast reconstruction in the Denver area. Renowned for its patient focus, the practice has made survivor stories a focal point of its recent website redesign.

Let's see how The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery combined patient education and inspiration to update its online aesthetic:

The Breast Center Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery

Stories of breast cancer survivors who underwent mastectomy/lumpectomy and reconstruction take center stage in multiple areas of the new website design. Women in the Survivor Stories section share their experience overcoming cancer and how Dr. Christopher Williams and Dr. Jeremy Williams helped them take back their bodies. Several patients also tell their story in videos embedded on the site’s testimonials gallery.

Is Your Practice Lead Intake on Point?

Did you know that your advertising and marketing costs can range from $25 to over $300 just to generate one lead? The majority of practice owners fail to recognize this cost, and they also fail to share it with their intake staff. Consequently, many practices mismanage and waste valuable leads.

The staff members who answer your phones and respond to your emails are typically the decisive factor in converting a prospective client into business for your practice. Here are 3 elements to consider when evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the employees on the front lines of your lead intake:


The most successful individuals in any customer service or sales position are the ones who can: