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The ultimate guide to Twitter for practice managers

Could Twitter help your practice by promoting important messages to your patients? Prompts to students about meningitis vaccinations; information about bank holiday out-of-hours services; reminders to patients to book a flu jab – these are just a few examples to show how Twitter can be used to help your practice communicate effectively. It’s quick and easy if […]

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How to use Google Alerts to keep track of online mentions

If people are talking about your practice online you need to know what they are saying. They might be congratulating a member of your team for helping out in the community. On they other hand they could be criticising the practice unfairly. To help you keep track of online mentions about your practice Google Alerts could be the solution. […]

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Getting your practice listing right on Google

Google is the go-to search engine for most people. So when patients, prospective patients and their carers use Google to search for your practice it’s essential that the information Google displays against your listing accurate. Our latest article published by Practice Index gives a step-by-step guide to making sure your listing is correct. You don’t need to pay […]

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Is your Twitter strategy working?

Twitter is a particularly handy tool for surgeries. A bit like an online diary, practices can use it as a public micro-blog for texting online. If you’re already using Twitter and would like to sharpen things up a bit, or if you’re new to the concept, taking the time to think through your strategy will pay dividends. […]

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Thinking about a Facebook page for your practice?

There are lots of good reasons for GP practices to create a Facebook page for their practice. If you’re looking for some tips why not take a look at our article, published today by Practice Index. It’s full of useful and practical advice on setting up and managing a Facebook page, including why drawing up some simple procedures before […]

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Donation update

Today we made a donation to Save the Children – £3 for every website we have launched for a client in the last three months. We’re really pleased that this amount is increasing each time we make a donation – proof yet again that GPsurgery.net websites are becoming more popular among the GP practice community! Click […]

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5 star rating for GPsurgery.net

Practice managers reviewing GPsurgery.net on Practice Index have given us a five-star rating! Comments ranged from “Always respond to requests for help and questions very quickly” to “We are very happy with the look and feel of our website and its functionality”. We were particularly pleased to read one review recommending any practice manager looking for an […]

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Special offer for Practice Management readers

Is your website working hard to save you time, or is it as overloaded as the rest of your practice team? GPsurgery.net co-founder Tim Green has some great tips on how to de-clutter your practice website in the latest issue of Practice Management magazine. And there’s an early Christmas present for @ThePMmag readers – save £50 on […]

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Fabulous new look for GPsurgery.net

GPsurgery.net today announces the launch of its sparkling new website system for GP practices. Featuring a sleek, simple design and a state-of-the-art content management system, GPsurgery.net websites work equally well on mobiles, tablets and desk top computers. Practices can customise their websites with logos and their own colour scheme. A stylish suite of button icons link […]

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