New Patient Activator® Web Feed Strengthens Dentists’ Local Search Presence

Patient Activator®, 1-800-DENTIST's award-winning patient reminder service, today introduced a new Web Feed feature that helps dental practices attract new customers and strengthen their online presence by automatically submitting them to Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, YellowPages.com and over 100 other major websites and directories.
Patient Activator's new Web Feed ensures that all the leading search platforms, directories and mobile GPS providers regularly receive accurate, up-to-date data for member dentists. The rich information provided to the targeted local search sites includes the dentist's practice name, address, office hours, specialties, phone and email contact information, website and logo.
"Our Web Feed gives Patient Activator® member dentists a decisive advantage when it comes to attracting new patients online," said 1-800-DENTIST® founder Fred Joyal. "We're making sure our clients get maximum exposure in search engines."
Local search listings are essential to growing a successful dental practice in today's Web-centric world. Patient Activator's Web Feed reaches the sites where over 90 percent of U.S. consumer local searches occur. When prospective patients look for dentists online, Patient Activator member dentists will appear on more of the most frequently searched websites.
"We're significantly improving our clients' online presence and the best part is they don't have to do a thing to enjoy the benefits," said Jeanne Anderson, Patient Activator's Vice President of Product Management. "Our Web Feed feature is automatic and is offered at no extra charge as part of our core service."
"Patient Activator® is leading the way in providing dentists with best-of-class social media optimization and patient communication solutions," Anderson added. "Our Web Feed service and new patient review website, NationalDentalReviews.org, are the two latest examples of the many innovative tools we're using to help dental practices grow."
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