Turning Interest into Action: Senior Care Site Tips

Press Release from Senior Care Growth by Whittington Consulting

Your website is often the first point of contact potential residents and their families have with your community. Therefore, it's essential to optimize your website to capture leads and turn interest into move-ins/patients. In this email, I'll share a few strategies for doing just that.

  1. Publish Educational Content: By publishing educational content such as blog posts, articles, and guides, you can establish yourself as a thought leader in the senior care industry and provide valuable information to potential residents and their families. This not only builds trust but also keeps your community top of mind.
  2. Optimize Your Website for Search Engines: By using targeted keywords throughout your website and content, you can improve your search engine rankings and attract more qualified leads. Additionally, make sure your website is mobile-friendly and loads quickly to improve the user experience.
  3. Offer Live Chat: Many potential residents and their families prefer to make first contact with senior living organizations through live chat. By offering this option on your website, you can answer questions in real-time and provide a more personalized experience.
  4. Use Call-to-Actions: Make it easy for potential residents and their families to contact you by including clear call-to-actions (CTAs) throughout your website. This could include a "Schedule a Tour" button, a "Contact Us" form, and a phone number prominently displayed in the header or footer of your website.

By implementing these strategies, you can turn interest and curiosity into move-ins/patients and increase your senior living community's census.


P.S. Whenever you're ready, there are 2 ways I can help you:

  1. If you’d like to turn your senior care organization’s online presence into a sales engine (or if you need help developing the online presence), you can schedule a call with me and we can explore the possibilities.
  2. We’ve got lots of helpful content, including blogs and podcasts, over athttp://SeniorCareGrowth.com, and those are free to read and use to further your business.
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