Medical Health Services

Do you have a dominant local market share?

Wouldn’t raising your profile in a local area and becoming the local champion result in more listings?
Wouldn’t you becoming a local champion bring positive equity in your local community?

How can you raise your profile in your local area without tormenting people with letterbox drops or cold calls?
How can you showcase what you do to draw new clients like a magnet?
How can you position your offer as unique?

TV, The Courier Mail and Radio are all there for you, they congregate large numbers of eyeballs and ears everyday, they are world-class publishers, but is that what you need to communicate with your local prospect pool?

Digital Billboards have over the last few years offered real estate to get your message in front of people in their cars. The busiest traffic lights across Brisbane offer a decent captive audience and the billboard offers a blank canvas to communicate your message. Used well with thoughtful, clever, clear messaging this can have an impact, however whilst rotating 10-20 adverts, your message needs to be incredibly sharp to penetrate those brief windows of opportunity.

Local physical publications appear across the city and provide a great way to reach geographically tailored audiences, as with all physical publishing including newspapers and local magazines they can offer you a fixed space for a price.

Now that's where we come in.

4 Ideas to attract more local patients

  1. An advert showcasing your range of treatments, introducing a new team member or a simple message around appointment availability
  2. A sponsored column around common medical health issues and considerations including anonymous case studies
  3. A video showcasing your treatments and how you help people
  4. A feature focused on Q&A and a profile about yourself and/or your team to let locals know who you are

With pricing from less than $3 per day, our publications really are a no-brainer.

So what’s stopping you from jumping on board today while it’s available?


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