How to Get More—and Better!—Online Reviews Than Your Competition
Wednesday, October 30th3pm Eastern | 30 minutes + Q&A
Nine out of every ten people considering home care in your area are looking at online review sites to decide which agency to use. If other agencies in the area show up higher on the list or have better reviews, you could be missing out on nine out of ten potential new clients.
Fortunately, there are simple processes you can implement to ensure that your presence on online review sites is as strong as possible. By taking the right, relatively small measures, you can harness one of the most powerful marketing sources available and lay a foundation for sustainable growth.
Join the marketing and sales leaders at Home Care Pulse as they discuss:
- How to get more reviews on the big three: Google, Facebook, and Yelp—plus which other sites you should be using
- What to do about negative reviews, and how to get fewer of them
- Examples of processes you can implement to improve your online presence
- How you can strengthen your online review presence with a new tool Home Care Pulse has developed
Tyler Guthrie | Head of Marketing
Home Care Pulse
Tyler joined the Home Care Pulse marketing team in 2012 and currently leads our marketing department. Tyler is an expert in digital marketing and is especially passionate about automating systems and processes, building websites, and creating effective strategies. Away from work, Tyler has a passion for everything cars and takes every opportunity to spend time with his wife and two kids.
Caleb Hendricks | Head of Sales
Home Care Pulse
Caleb brings a decade of experience in sales and marketing to Home Care Pulse. After building and selling a successful digital marketing firm, Caleb spent five years in healthcare recruiting and sales before joining Home Care Pulse. He now leads our sales department and advises home care agencies on how they can leverage new technologies to grow their business. Outside of work, Caleb enjoys skiing, mountain biking, and hiking with his wife and dog.