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Organic Search Calls
We optimize your present website to rank locally for addiction treatment keywords in Google. As more people looking for addiction treament find you, the more admissions you will book.
Local Search Calls
Google only shows the Top 3 results in their Local Maps. We can get your facility in the Top 3 in your area and only charge for the phone calls generated from your listings.
Mobile Search Calls
We will advertise your facility on Google Mobile and deliver calls for less than Google charges for a click. Pay only for calls over 30 seconds in duration and never for dead air.
Tranparent, Ethical & Effective
No one searches on Google for "drug rehab" unless they have a need for addiction treatment for either them or a loved one.
The fact is, in Google there are tens of thousands of searches per month just for that keyword alone, but there are hundreds more like it.
In our, and our clients opinion, the most ethical and effective way to market to the addiction treatment market, is via online search.
We are able to use our expertise in online search to provide the most ethical, and the most effective form of marketing for this industry.
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Weather you have a full service facility offering inpatient/outpatient, dual diagnosis, and everything else, or are a simple stand alone rural doctor offering only medically assisted treatment for a handful of patients – if you want to grow your patient count we can help you achieve your goals faster.
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Anyone who has been in the marketing side of addiction treatment has known that Google’s paid traffic has been the bread and butter for addiction treatment leads for years. In fact it was specifically Google Adwords that allowed the current economies of scale in this niche, where rehab centers could buy leads and calls for Read more about Google Quits Drug Rehab[…]
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Steven H. Foskett Jr. Telegram & Gazette Staff @SteveFoskettTG WORCESTER – For an event organized to commemorate International Overdose Day, the atmosphere for a vigil Thursday night behind City Hall had a more casual feel than might be expected. People in recovery mingled with various local agencies and service providers, music played over loudspeakers, Read more about At Worcester vigil, voices of hope in face of addiction[…]
Governor Cooper Talks Opioid Crisis As September Is Declared Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month
September will be Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery month in North Carolina. Governor Roy Cooper signed the proclamation designating alcohol and drug addiction recovery month at Vaya Health in Asheville. The organization helps connect people with health insurance, including for addiction and recovery, something the governor says is crucial in a state where the Read more about Governor Cooper Talks Opioid Crisis As September Is Declared Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month[…]