April 15, 2015
Don't you wish there was an easy way to keep track of all the latest oral-systemic news and research without manually searching for it or visiting countless web sites?
If there were such a tool, wouldn't it be great if it was free?
I'm happy to say that such a tool is not too good to be true! It's too good not to use if you want to keep on top of your oral-systemic game! It called Google Alerts.
Google Alerts is a FREE service that generates search engine results, based on criteria provided by You, and delivers the results directly to your e-mail account.
This service is useful for many reasons, such as monitoring the web for specific information about oral-systemic health links,oral-systemic products, etc.
In fact, Google Alerts has been my marketing intelligence and public relations secret weapon for years!
Basically, what you do is set up an account and then input specific search terms so that Google can to find relevant web pages and send those links to your email in-box.
So what should your Google Alerts be prgrammed to find? Here's a few suggestions:
Oral-Systemic Health Links
Companies Involved in Oral-Systemic Health
Dental & Hygiene Associations
Names of Oral-Systemic Thought Leaders
You can receive updates as they occur, daily or weekly depending on your level of information addiction.
Me? I'm a "news as it happens" kind of guy.
It behooves you and your patients to be well-informed. Google Alerts can keep you in the know. Click here for instructions on how to set up your Google Alerts.
Let me know if this is helpful.
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