Episode 11 - How do we navigate a social media landscape that is confusing, scary, and overwhelming? 15 years ago, it was just Facebook, but now there are over a dozen platforms. We can't just ignore it, either. Business is increasingly going digital, and a lot of community-building happens digitally too.
Fortunately, Dr. Dana Corriel has the answers. She is the founder of Doctors on Social Media, also known as SoMeDocs. In this episode, she walks us through the strategy to create a legendary social media presence. You CAN take control of your digital footprint! It should be enjoyable, fruitful, and advance your business and career.
This is a great conversation, and you'll definitely learn things that you didn't know before. This isn't coming from a self-styled "social media expert." Dr. Corriel is ACTUALLY an expert when it comes to building amazing physician brands online.
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This week's blog post: 5 Big Mistakes Physicians Make with Social Media