Sunday, May 3, 2015

Doctor Marketing by Repute Website

Doctor Marketing 
Guest Post Written by Dr. Repute Website 

Submitted by Dana R. A. 

All you need to know about online doctor marketing

In most scenarios people are using advance internet resources for daily activities and health issues. Focusing on good internet marketing for doctor’s medical practices there are many chances to increase or generate more traffic to the websites.

Online marketing strategies for healthcare marketing 2015


This guest post article helps in promoting doctors medical practices. According to this reports and stats, at present days people are totally habituated   usage of internet resources for their health issues and conditions. We are going to share some important medical marketing strategies that may help you and by this you benefit proper guidance in doctor marketing or online healthcare marketing. 

It is important get more traffic for your website by

Search Engine Optimization
For promoting medical services for doctors, it is essential for their websites should optimize properly for search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. By implementing all local seo strategies like updating info at Google maps to generate more traffic to the websites. It leads to increase online presence digitally at all search engines. Using all these marketing tips and services we can expect to see our website listings at top position at Google.

Focus at online reputation management
After creating good website and with proper design work then it is time to focus on building or improve in doctor’s online presence at search engines. This leads them more traffic to their websites.  It may be also possible by posting some interest reviews about healthcare practices on their sites and by blogs. Keep on updating your content on blogs and view all comments by users, give reply to them. This helps at improvising of doctor’s online reputation management.     Instead of keeping more content on websites, post relevant images with short and nice description which attracts more users to read or view your website.

Social Media Techniques for Doctor Marketing
Today major population showing much interest to view or spending their time on social media sites is increasing daily. We can get attention for doctor’s medical practices by posting or keeping meaning content for their medical practices at these sites.

By giving replies or answers for the questions posted by users on the websites. By this we can get more traffic for our websites and users can clear their doubts regarding healthcare issues and diseases. When they search for health conditions on internet they may be routed to our website.

By this social media helps in promoting doctor marketing and by the recent updates on Google it clearly mentioned about social networking sites plays major role at promotion of doctor’s medical services at different search engines. It leads to increase website page rank and   position of it.

Author Bio
Looking for better advice or If you want to increase your doctor marketing services at search engines which leads to generate more traffic to your websites and increase’s doctors web presence are welcome to DrRepute website which is a health care website or leave your queries and questions regarding healthcare marketing we are here to help you. For more details, log on to our website or free to mail us on mypractice@drrepute.com


Thursday, June 26, 2014

The 2 Things You Absolutely Must Have In Your (Fitness) Life

by Marc A.




Hey you, come closer, I want to talk to you. You want to get fit? You want to lose weight? You want to gain weight? 


You've been researching running plans? That's great! Ready to start changing the way you eat? Excellent! That is all great and you'll definitely need a great eating and exercise regimen to accomplish your fitness goals but there are two other things you MUST have that trumps even those.

What are those you might say? I'll tell you, DISCIPLINE AND CONSISTENCY.

Yes, my friend, you need discipline and consistency if you plan to reach your goals. Before we get into the whys let's define these two words (or let Webster define them).

Discipline: behavior that is judged by how well it follows a set of rules or orders.

Consistentshowing steady conformity to character, profession, belief, or custom.

We'll talk about these one at a time. Let's proceed...

Discipline is what gets you moving no matter what. Your body knows you should do it. Even if your mind tried to talk to you out of it, you tell it shut up and do it anyway. That's discipline. Motivation is great when you have it but motivation is fleeting. Some days you are raring to go but other days all you want to to is sleep or eat that cookie or buy that burger. You know what I mean. So motivation isn't good to rely on because there is room to falter but discipline is automatic. Discipline is routine. Discipline is come hell or high water, I'm going to get this done. There's no time for your mind to come into play because your body has already begun reacting.

Is it foolproof? Is it 100%? No, nothing is 100%, but it's the closest thing. Your new activity becomes a routine. Your routine becomes a habit. Your habit becomes a discipline. When you have discipline, it's harder to go off track.

So now how does one get discipline? I'm glad you asked that as well.

This is where consistency comes in.

In order to go from new to discipline, you NEED consistency. It's not an option. In the beginning, motivation may guide you. Whenever you're starting a routine and you're excited about it, motivation is always there and that's good! Let it coast you the first couple of weeks because regardless of what got you there, you're already starting to get used to the activity because you've done it for two weeks. Your body knows that at 7AM every morning you're going to work out and it's getting used to that routine. You're starting to get used to reaching for an apple and almonds instead of some sugary candy bar during snack time. It's starting to come together. After 3 weeks of being consistent, you have a habit. Now this doesn't mean you're disciplined yet. This just means that it's a part of your daily make up. It's becoming a part of you. On average, it takes about six weeks for it to become a true discipline. By that point, your brain kinda shifts it into neutral and doing what you're supposed to do becomes automatic.

But BE CAREFUL!

This is where so many people fall off. They get cocky then they lose focus and that discipline and consistency goes right out the window. You want to keep your mind from talking you out of your habit but you don't want to totally space out. That can sweep the rug out from under you without you even noticing. What needs to happen is you need to keep your brain on the goal and where you want to go. This can keep your motivation sparked but even if it doesn't, it keeps you cognizant of what the goal and that keeps the fires of discipline stoked.

While I used fitness as the example (I mean, this is a fitness blog and all), these principles can be applied to anything in your daily life. Any goals you set requires discipline and consistency especially if they're long term goals. You wake up with your goals in mind and you go chase your dreams. The difference between goals and dreams is action, i.e. discipline and consistency.

Are you ready to go get 'em?! I know you are...


Sunday, June 22, 2014

Old-Fashioned Remedies for Sick Babies

Written by Ashley Hardway of

Many parents are shying away from excessive medications and looking for more natural approaches to caring for their sick child. While eschewing physician intervention for serious illness is inappropriate, there are some all-natural, time-proven remedies for common baby complaints. Next time you child has a sore throat, a deep cough, or a slight fever, consider these old-fashioned remedies.

Take a Shower to Decongest

Humidifiers are a common device used for children with a cough but a more effective remedy is to steam up the shower. By concentrating all the steam into a single room, children can get all the benefits of breathing in the steam to loosen the mucus in their chests without creating a mold concern in their bedrooms. 

Cut an Onion for a Clear Nose

The sulfur in onions is an all-natural way to draw mucus and fluids out of your child's nose. When your baby has a stuffy nose, rather than reaching for stinky methanol, simply cut an onion and wave it under your child's nose. This alternative doesn't stain children's clothes or create a long-lasting stench in their rooms.

Baking Soda for Bug Bites

Bug bites are a nasty side effect of long summer days outdoors and itching those annoying scratches can lead to lifelong scarring. Reduce the redness and itchiness by mixing baking powder with just enough water to make a paste and apply that paste directly to the bite. The alkaline properties of the baking soda will counteract the acidic properties of the bite, allowing kids to spend their day itch-free.

Tepid Baths Fight Fever

The fevers are an altogether common occurrence for small children but they can still be nerve-wracking for parents. For children with a slight fever, a tepid (neither hot nor cold) bath can help alleviate the fever naturally. Lay your child in the bath water then dry thoroughly. 

Cayenne Pepper to Stop Nose Bleeds

Next time your child has a nose bleed, try this old-fashioned remedy. Simply dab a Q-tip into cayenne pepper and ring the inside of your child's nose with the spice. The heat will vasoconstrict the exposed vein and staunch the bleeding. Surprisingly, the pepper won't even cause any discomfort or pain to your child. 

Calm Swelling with Cucumber

Cucumbers are more than just a spa treatment addition. Cucumbers are packed with fluid and can help reduce swelling. Next time your child has a bug bite or some slight facial swelling from a fall, place a cool cucumber over the swollen area. Replace the cucumber as it returns to room temperature. 

Treat with Salt Water

Salt water is a great way to reduce mucus build up and relieve sore throats. Prepare a salt water solution and use a bulb to flush the mucus out of your child's nose. For kids old enough to gargle, gargling salt water can ease the pain and discomfort of a sore throat. 

Lemon Compress for Sore Throats and Fever

Lemon is a great all-natural remedy for many illnesses. Lemon compresses can be used to cool a fever or ease a sore throat. Simply warm a small bowl of water with added lemon and wet a cloth. Apply the cloth to the forehead for a fever or the throat for a sore throat.


Bio:
Always curious, Ashley Hardway is constantly learning and passionate about sharing what she learns with others. Based in the Houston, Texas office of Morningside Nannies, she loves to help families grow stronger, help their environments and communities, and keep moving forward! Check out @NannyLady on Twitter to connect and find out more.

Disclosure:  365daysofhealthandfitness and its contributors are not legally responsible for the content written herewith. For any questions or concerns with this entry, please contact the author.    

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