We’ve been working with D.Ante since the company’s launch in 2017. They serve 324 clients monthly and constantly broaden the list of their services.
D.Ante’s clients enjoy a full range of services — from professional oral care to dental implants, to medical tourism
D.Ante as the brand name was a given. Therefore we had to make it visually catchy. That’s where we started
We created the logo
The first thing we had to do was to steer clear from the association with Dante Alighieri, while highlighting that the company’s focus is dental care. It is essential since there exist several dental clinics whose logos have nothing to do with dental care.
Positioning was another major task of the first stage. The first USP we crafted was the following: quality dental care doesn’t need to be an expensive rip-off. What we did was democratizing dental care and making it closer to our target audience — intellectuals aged 20-40.
1) We started communicating with patients as if they were our friends.
2) We democratized the brand itself: D.Ante’s doctors were the first one in the industry to wear jeans and T-shirts (which does not contradict the health and safety regulations).
A landing page and SEO
We made a clear and easy-to-navigate landing page to attract the first clients. Basic website SEO allowed it to rank among top Google search results for “a dental clinic at Olimpiyskaya (a metro station in Kyiv where the clinic is located).” Thanks to this, 55% of the traffic was organic.
That’s where we parted for some time: D.Ante went on with building their business
After that, we started promoting the brand on Instagram to attract even more clients. We developed a promotion strategy and a detailed content plan.
The content matrix we opted for — to entertain, educate and give useful information — resulted in the subsequent organic audience growth. Some 15-20 new target users subscribe to the page weekly. The first organic lead that eventually became the clinic’s client was generated 1.5 months after the start of cooperation
The relative failure on Facebook
The next step in promotion was advertising on Facebook. Here are several examples of ads:
The results of the Facebook ads campaign:
Period: one week
Number of campaigns: five
Total number of applications: 17
Cost per lead: $2
The conclusions we made after the campaign: it is difficult to deal with cold leads that clicked the ad because it caught their attention with its creativity. The dental clinic needed hot leads at that time. Therefore we decided to get back to Facebook later.
Generating hot leads via Google
Instead of promoting on Facebook, we focused on collecting those contacts which were at the Decision and Action stage. We launched contextual targeting via Google.
Here are a few results we got:
The new structured website
We keep on developing the clinic’s Instagram account, as well as launching and optimizing Google ads. We created a full-fledged website that will be promoted by a wide range of SEO queries. For now, traffic growth hits 20%. The numbers are expected to be even more impressive once the website is search engine optimized.
When we finished website creation and adding new CTA’s, we’ve started to work closely on SEO. The process included tech optimization, creation of new pages for every service provided by the dental clinic.
Our efforts performed even better than we’ve forecasted. Here are some results we’ve achieved by November 2019:
Together with the clinic’s team, in 2020 we are focusing on the following steps:
1) Update website UI to make it easier for a customer to find information, increase visit duration and conversion.
2) Launch a blog with useful bits of dental advice for customers (and boost organic traffic even more).
3) Build a marketing flow to convert a regular visitor to subscribers even when they are not purchasing services right away.
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