People use the internet to search for all kinds of products and services, and hospitals are no exception. According to a Google study, The Digital Journey to Wellness, prospective patients are now active participants in making decisions regarding their health…
In today’s increasingly competitive healthcare environment, branding has to bring in new business. Period. So how can you cultivate your hospital’s image in a digital world that makes it so easy for happy and unhappy customers to influence your brand…
Among decisions about design, content, and architecture, sometimes attention to the old website's search engine placement is neglected. Here are a few considerations to keep in mind for your next redesign.
To stand out in a field of national and international competitors, you need an optimized website that can be easily found by potential customers. There are a lot of on-site and off-site components to this--some of them more time intensive and impactful than others. For my money, here's the single easiest thing a business owner can do, as well as one of the most important.
There are those who believe that, due to the risk of violating patient privacy, social media should not be used in a healthcare setting. A better alternative is to ensure that social media and HIPAA are compliant.
Over the past 14 years, Bizzuka has developed websites for many oil & gas industry companies and allied organizations.
In the spirit of giving back, we gathered a list of ten of the industry's leading websites that very oil & gas professional should be familiar with and use.
In this, the third and final installment in a three-part series on how the oil & gas industry can utilize social media for recruiting, we look at how companies can take advantage of three leading social networks and one targeted exclusively for the industry itself.
This is the second in a three-part series that looks at the oil & gas industry age gap and how social media can be used to close it. The post consists of highlights from an interview conducted with Joseph Triepke, Managing Director of Oilpro.com, an oil & gas industry social network.