Searching for genuine consumer-generated hearing aid reviews online can be frustrating. Just try Googling “hearing aid reviews” sometime – if you haven’t already. You’ll find a number of hearing aid “buying guides,” from the likes of AARP, Mayo Clinic, Consumer Affairs, and more. While we highly recommend familiarizing yourself with a reputable buying guide before purchasing hearing aids, we’re also disappointed with Google’s poor delivery. Where are the hearing aid reviews?
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In this article I would like to tell you how you can increase the conversion of prospect viewers on your website by up to 200%. Seems outlandish doesn’t it, even the voices said you wouldn’t believe it? However during some experiments with some strong controls that was what was achieved by the addition of a simple video. Let’s talk about the hierarchy of social proof.
Aside from making your profile more attractive, adding a photo and bio helps your provider profile rank better on Google Google places higher value on pages with original creative content. Google sees the photo and bio as original creative content. Your photo and bio help to generate more informative search results, which increases the chances that consumers click on your link in the Google results. When writing your bio, please consider using keywords that consumers may search Read more
We are facing a challenging time as a profession, with increasing competition from large chains and online retailers, and a number of technological innovations that provide subpar hearing assistance to consumers without the need for interaction with a hearing professional. How can we accept this, when we know that audiology services are the single biggest factor in determining patient-success with hearing aids? Our model of bundling products and services has led to confusion over the value hearing Read more