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The predominant rule of thumb with social media is ‘be where your audience is’. We know they are out there on social media, but where? And how do we find them and engage with them? Understanding social media Jane Braithwaite says the starting point is to develop a good understanding of the various social media…(Read More)

Read Jane Braithwaite’s latest article ‘Ways you can manage your profile’ published in the November edition of the Independent Practitioner Today talks about how independent practitioners can manage their public image.  Read here… Our monthly series by Jane Braithwaite(right) gives some vital tips to help independent practitioners manage their public image  Ways you…(Read More)

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Jane Braithwaite’s latest article ‘To Tweet or not to Tweet’ as part of the ‘Top Tips for Busy Doctors’ series in the Independent Practitioner Today publication continues with advice for all those still wondering whether to join the ranks of the twitterati! Read on… To Tweet or not to Tweet Twitter is a global…(Read More)

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Designated PA is the subsidiary company of Designated Medical – providing personal assistant solutions to entrepreneurs, small business, consultants and private individuals. Amazing Results Designated PA began activity across their social media networks and started writing content for the DPA blog and within just 5 months saw some amazing results.   To this day the benefits of…(Read More)

Benefits Outsourcing Social Media

Outsourcing your social media has so many benefits.  Considering there are over 2.3 BILLION social media users, with 73 % deciding whether to buy a product based on social media reviews, there really is no excuse not to jump on the social media bandwagon anymore. A whopping 93% of retail brands use 2 social media…(Read More)

Read Jane Braithwaite’s first article ‘Be more attractive’ as part of the ‘Top Tips for Busy Doctors’ series published in the September issue of the Independent Practitioner Today … Be More Attractive How to attract more patients is a key concern for doctors starting out in private practice and for those with established practices who…(Read More)

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