Ten strategies to integrate social media into your business.
Amy Lee, PT, MPT, OCS
Why say thanks? First and foremost, the social media industry has provided every business new channels to reach populations we never thought possible. Granted, social media can be overwhelming, and many people have no idea where to start. Keeping the momentum going can be even more daunting. So here is my Top 10 list of the most useful strategies when integrating social media into business:
Get a leg up on the competition and show off your foot skills!
By Don Levine, PT, DPT, FAFS
The marketing and PR committee would like to challenge you to show off your feet! Okay, maybe not your feet, but how about your clients’ happy feet? April is Foot Awareness Month, making this a great time to spread the news about our profession’s expertise in improving mobility and decreasing foot pain. Whether you work with athletes, baby boomers, or geriatric clients, physical therapists (PTs) have much to offer. Revisiting a subject from last year, the committee will also give you some ideas for hitting a home run with your community’s baseball and softball programs. So, let us swing for the fences and get those feet moving!
Leverage social power to transform your clinic.
By Andrew Vertson, PT, DPT, ATC
Actor Ashton Kutcher has over 8 million followers on Twitter. Regardless of the accuracy of his comments, the fact is, he has the ability to influence the thought processes of millions of people on any subject he tweets about. What does Ashton Kutcher have that most ordinary folks don’t have? Social Power.