Marketing Toolkit for Your Practice
The Marketing Toolkit for Your Practice provides professional templates which can be customized to create brochures and/or a website to market your practice to the community, employers, and patients. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices are also provided to help your practice website appear in more online searches. The Marketing Toolkit it is an exclusive ACOEM Member Benefit, and is free to members.
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The items in this kit will allow you to produce:
- A customized brochure that introduces you, your practice, and describes in some detail some of the most important services you offer.
- A print-ready general brochure about OEM to use as a companion to your customized practice brochure. It describes our specialty, areas of unique expertise, and the kinds of services we offer. This brochure will show your prospective patients and clients that your membership in ACOEM is a signal of quality, expertise, and commitment to the practice of occupational medicine.
- A template for either a one-page or multi-page website that highlights your practice, contact information, services offered, and OEM specialty information.
- Occupational medicine service descriptions that provide editable text to copy and paste into your brochure or website.
Customized files can be printed in your office or, for increased quality and large-quantity printing, the files may also be sent to your local graphics/print shop. We encourage you to work with your own marketing and graphics consultants and a local print shop to produce high quality and professional-looking materials.
The Marketing Toolkit was developed to benefit all ACOEM members by the Work Fitness & Disability Section in collaboration with Red Dragon Marketing. The project was funded by section dues. Click here to join the WFD section listserv, which is open to all ACOEM members.