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CEO’s Check Your Drug Rehab SEO Blog Writing

Drug rehab SEO blog writing is a vital area that many addiction treatment centers are missing. Above all, a blog has one main purpose and that is to generate leads. Similarly, it is the most important web marketing tool. Many drug rehabilitation centers are missing the big picture when it comes to their blog.

The Main Goal of Drug Rehab SEO Blogs

The behavioral health industry has operated for years with short-term solutions in generating clients. CEO and marketing directors expect immediate results. This is because they have been able to get by with Google Adwords and buying treatment calls. The business and marketing landscape have changed. The mentality of buying or obtaining a singular thing to generate immediate calls is gone.

Ranking organically on Google for keywords is one of the biggest area’s centers can generate treatment leads. However, understanding of SEO is paramount. Google uses over 200 things to rank for SEO.  Think of Google as the most popular kid at school. The first thing you have to do is introduce yourself. After that, you have to become friends and let Google get to know you. Then you need to get intimate so Google knows everything about you. The only way to do that is through content.

The main goal of blogs is to get your target audience to read it. The #1 way to accomplish this is to get your blog posts on page one of Google. However, it takes many specific components to achieve this status. This is also the best way to compete against the big players.

We look at substance abuse treatment centers websites every day. Over half of them do not even have a blog. Out of the remaining, only a few have any search engine optimization. Just throwing up a 600-800 word blog post has very little chance of ranking. A blog needs to be strategically built to rank.

Wasted Marketing Budget on AdWords and Legit Script

Remember the big picture is to get ranked organically on page one of Google for the long-tail keyword. Getting on page one could mean 1000’s of high quality and targeted organic calls. Many centers think the only way to accomplish this is through AdWords and PPC. They could save big money if they spoke with a drug rehab SEO marketing consultant.

There is a high cost to play in that game. You have the initial Legit Script certification, then an annual fee. The bigger picture is you are competing against big players spending in excess of $500,000 per month. In addition, you have to pay over and over again for the leads. Once you get organically on page one, you tend to stay there for a long time.

AdWords and PPC will produce calls however, their quality is generally poor. A small budget of $5000 – $10,000 a month will get eaten up quickly. A fraction of the budget would be better spent on organically ranking. In addition, with AdWords, you tend to get a lot of Medicaid and Medicare calls. Consider this, PPC ads on page one only receives 1.81% of the click-throughs. The Google Maps and top three organic listings get 60-70% of page one clicks.

The #1 mistake made in our industry is treatment centers produce blogs that are all about them. This not only shows through on their blogs but also with their poor social media marketing. You need high-quality content that is valuable to the reader. If your blog is poor, then your web marketing strategy is poor.

Top 10 Mistakes Made with Drug Rehab SEO Blog Writing

What are the top 10 mistakes made with drug rehab SEO blog writing? CEO’s and Marketing Directors tend not to completely understand the common mistakes made with their blog. You may also be interested in the common mistakes made in drug rehab SEO website development. In addition, you must be aware that blogs should touch the reader on an emotional level. If the blog post is attracting, engaging and touches on that level, chances are high they will call.

  1. Google My Business Listing is incomplete and not updated regularly.
  2. A long-tail keyword is not in the URL.
  3. The long-tail keyword is not the blog title.
  4. Improper use H Tags (H1, H2, H3, etc…)
  5. ALT descriptions are not completely filled in (main title, ALT title and 2 sentence description with the keyword.
  6. SERP description should be 160 charters and include the long-tail keyword.
  7. Blog posts are too short, they should be at least 1,500 words.
  8. Content is not attracting and engaging to the reader (blogs are not about the services offered by the center.)
  9. LSI words are not used.
  10. Too many orphaned posts.

Take Inventory of Blog Posts and Where They Rank on Google

Get an SEO keyword report for your treatment center. If you cannot do this, give us a call at 561-235-6195 and we will run one for you. This report will show how many words your center is ranking for and what pages they are on. It is often best to have a third party provide this information. Having this report will provide valuable intelligence on the effectiveness of your marketing.

This report will also aid in finding out what your competition is doing with their drug rehab SEO marketing strategy. Some savvy operators are raking in organic rankings because many centers are not utilizing SEO. You should at the very least be ranking for your main services followed by the city your center is located in. Here are just a few you should be ranking for, there are many more. Try and Google some of the following:

  • drug rehabs (followed by your city)
  • inpatient drug rehabs (followed by your city)
  • outpatient drug rehabs (followed by your city)
  • intensive outpatient drug rehabs (followed by your city)
  • sober homes (followed by your city)

Leading by Example with our Drug Rehab SEO Blog Writing

Behavioral Health Network Resources leads by example with our drug rehab SEO blog writing. Our organization ranks for over 750 keywords. Some of these keywords are for marketing like drug rehab SEO and drug rehab marketing.

We also purposely rank for keywords that centers need to rank for. Ranking for keywords on services your website doesn’t actually offer is more difficult. Below is a list of some ranking keywords for our organization and our customers:

  • drug rehabs West Palm Beach (Behavioral Health Network Resources)
  • opiate detox West Palm Beach (Behavioral Health Network Resources)
  • sober homes West Palm Beach (Behavioral Health Network Resources)
  • California drug rehabs (Behavioral Health Network Resources)
  • drug rehabs New Jersey (SOBA College Recovery)
  • young adult drug rehabs New Jersey (SOBA College Recovery)
  • outpatient drug rehabs New Jersey (SOBA College Recovery)
  • drug rehabs Agoura Hills (Awakenings LinkedIn profile)
  • outpatient drug rehabs Agoura Hills (Awakenings LinkedIn and Facebook profiles)
  • substance abuse billing (Behavioral Health Network Resources and Advanced Data Systems Corp)

These are all highly competitive keywords in large markets. Getting these profiles and blogs to rank is no easy feat. It takes strategically built blogs with distribution channels to get them to rank.

Addiction Conferences Educating on Business and Drug Rehab Marketing

We educate CEO’s, Executives, and Directors on ethical business and marketing strategies. Our Addiction Conferences EMP series has held 15 c-suite conferences. These conferences provide proven strategies and techniques to survive the changes in our industry.

Each behavioral health event has 5 Executive thought leader panelists. The conferences are in a talk show host/town hall forum. We interview the panelists in front of our audiences of 100-200 attendees. We then turn over the event to the entire audience. They have been successful because they get to the operating pain points of treatment center operators.

Our next addiction conferences EMP Series event is on 5/21/19. This event will also have a special luncheon honoring addiction professionals of the year. Advanced Data Systems Corp. is sponsoring the luncheon. Check out the event and vote for your addiction professionals of the year. We have 2 thought leader sponsorships and exhibitor booth opportunities available.

Blog Content Relates to Lead Generation

We get 100’s of posting requests in our 60 social media groups every day. These groups have in excess of 210,000 members. They are on LinkedIn (12 groups and Facebook 40 groups.) These groups are unlike other groups in that we check all the posts before we approve of them. We do not let poor quality posts through. The content we do approve must be of high quality. They must be on a website and provide value to the reader. Check out our Facebook leading addiction professional referral group with over 19,000 members.

Many outreach professionals are attempting to post poor quality content. This does not produce calls and also damages the brand of the organization. Some of the poor-quality posts include:

  • memes
  • any posts that do not link through to a website
  • we are an intensive outpatient treatment center and JACHO accredited
  • we have beds available
  • telling a story not linked to a website or blog and saying CALL XXX-XXX-XXXX, I can help.

These are only a few examples there are many more. Part of the problem is the management doesn’t respect or understand how to use drug rehab social media marketing. Providing marketing tools and developing a plan with all employees plays a critical role. Part of that is the blog writing MUST be attracting and engaging while hitting the pain point.

Learn More About Our Drug Rehab SEO Blog Writing Service

The behavioral health industry has experienced many business, operational and marketing changes over the last 12 months. Drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers are closing because they refused to change. They thought they could continue to operate without a detailed marketing plan. They thought they could survive with just boots on the ground tactics and Google AdWords. Relying only solely on these is extremely risky.

Search engine optimization takes time and is a long-term strategy. We get many calls where the CEO or Marketing Director has waited too long. They are 30-60 days away from closing their doors or being forced to merge with another company.

Our drug rehab SEO blog writing service provides high-quality 1,500-word blog posts. These posts will be specific to your target keywords. We can also repurpose existing blogs and enable SEO. We also have a 90-day SEO program that increases your SEO and teaches you how to perform search engine optimization. Give our CEO, Charles Davis a call at 561-235-6195 and let’s chat about getting your center organically on page one of Google.

 

 

Press Release; Governor Scott Declares Opioid Public Health Emergency

 

Here is Gov. Scott’s Press Release Declaring Statewide Public Health Emergency for Opioid Epidemic

 

Tallahassee, Fla. — Today, following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declaring a national opioid epidemic, Governor Rick Scott signed Executive Order 17-146 directing a Public Health Emergency across the state. By signing the Emergency Order, it will allow the state to immediately draw down more than $27 million in federal grant funding from the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Opioid State Targeted Response Grant which was awarded to Florida on April 21 to provide prevention, treatment and recovery support services. Without the order, it would have taken months for the state to distribute these funds to local communities. In addition to declaring a Public Health Emergency, Surgeon General Dr. Celeste Philip will issue a standing order for Naloxone, an emergency treatment for opioid overdose. This will ensure first responders have immediate access to this lifesaving drug to respond to opioid overdoses.

Governor Scott said, “Today, I issued an executive order which allows the state to immediately draw down more than $27 million in federal grant funding which will immediately be distributed to communities across the state to deal with the opioid epidemic. HHS Secretary Dr. Tom Price awarded the Opioid State Targeted Response Grant to Florida and I want to thank the Trump Administration for their focus on this national epidemic. I have also directed State Surgeon General Dr. Celeste Philip to declare a Public Health Emergency and issue a standing order for Naloxone in response to the opioid epidemic in Florida.

“Last month, I directed the Department of Children and Families (DCF), the Department of Health (DOH) and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to meet with communities in Palm Beach, Manatee, Duval, and Orange Counties to identify additional strategies to fight the rising opioid usage cases in Florida. They have gotten a lot of feedback this week and we will continue to look at additional ways we can fight this national epidemic which has taken the lives of many Floridians.

“I know firsthand how heartbreaking substance abuse can be to a family because it impacted my own family growing up. The individuals struggling with drug use are sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and friends and each tragic case leaves loved ones searching for answers and praying for help. Families across our nation are fighting the opioid epidemic and Florida is going to do everything possible to help our communities.”

Attorney General Pam Bondi said, “This declaration will help strengthen our continued efforts to combat the national opioid epidemic claiming lives in Florida by providing additional funding to secure prevention, treatment and recovery support services. I want to thank Governor Rick Scott for his continued partnership in combating drug abuse in our state; from shutting down pill mills to outlawing deadly synthetic drugs, Governor Scott has long supported efforts by my office and law enforcement to raise awareness, stop drug abuse and save lives.”

See the Executive Order and Public Health Emergency here.

Behavioral health thought leaders have been attending addiction conferences to get better educated on the drug rehab marketing changes. Other government leaders have been pushing legislation fighting the epidemic reducing the gray, illegal operating areas of treatment centers and sober living facilities. Dave Aronberg, Florida State Attorney, and Al Johnson, Asst. State Attorney have put an army of law enforcement in place closing down operators who are participating in illegal patient brokering and putting many lives in danger. They have also been the driving force for tighter laws by pursuing legislation that protects those seeking treatment, and those in treatment.

These key players fighting the epidemic are making changes to industry marketing and operating regulations with House Bill 807, and 65D30. All industry Executives “Need to Know” the extreme changes that are coming, get involved now, be prepared for the changes about to occur, and get educated on ethical business practices. 

You can speak with 5 Thought Leader Addiction Panelists on the coming changes to our industry including Asst. State Attorney, Al Johnson in an open Town Hall Forum on the Sober Homes Task Force on how it was formed, where it is now, and what’s in the future. Get the landscape of the legislative changes coming from the Director of Special Projects at Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition and the groundbreaking work they are doing in re-molding the Administrative and Marketing Changes that are coming soon.

You can check out the entire 5/10/17 addiction conferences in Riviera Beach, Florida.

 

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Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers, Google Maps Hijacking Stealing Your Clients

Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers is a huge problem nationwide. Many centers are unaware that their Google maps number has been hijacked. Even the ones that are aware, are finding an hour after they get it corrected, it is high jacked again. Behavioral Health Network Resources goal is to educate treatment center CEO’s on ethical business practices. The topic of addiction treatment center re-routed 800 numbers has come up at several of our addiction conferences.

Addiction Conferences Inform About Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers

These addiction conferences focus on ethical addiction treatment marketing practices. We noticed that this is a widespread national problem, felt it our responsibility to inform recovery centers across the nation. At the bottom of this post, you can listen to a national radio show broadcast educating on how to prevent this from happening to your center. We discuss valuable information on addiction treatment center re-routed 800 numbers. They are stealing your call center lead generation clients.  There are 100,000’s of calls of many treatment centers are being re-routed. This show reveals a couple of ways to protect your organiztion, including a double log-in process and checking you google maps daily.

Exposing Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers

➣ Addiction Treatment Center 800 number call forwarding, and how they are endangering many vulnerable individuals seeking help and putting their lives in danger

➣ Questions to ask to make sure your getting information on a safe and reputable treatment center

➣ Google maps hijacking and fake websites all designed to mislead families and addicts

➣ The bad side of marketers who use these types of illegal activities so they can fill Beds and fill their Pockets.

➣ How treatment centers and individuals seeking help can prevent patient brokering tactics above

➣ Information on getting involved with a class action law suit for treatment centers that have had their number high-jacked

Addiction Conferences Educating on Re-routing 800 numbers signifying moments of changeOver 200 professionals received valuable information from our Addiction and Behavioral Health Executive Thought Leader Symposium in November of 2017.  These events feature five Executive Thought Leader panelists, and an interactive audience of 150-200, in a talk show host/town hall forum. Our events are for CEO’s. Executives, Directors, MArketing, and Outreach professionals.

Ethical Addiction Treatment Groups on Rehab Marketing

Join Addiction Professional Referral and Networking Group (16,000 ethical members assisting dozens everyday). We have 1,200 waiting to be approved, and we have banned over 6,000 individuals to date.

National Radio Show on Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers

Enjoy the Addiction Treatment Center Re-routed 800 Numbers, Google Maps Hijacking Stealing Your Clients Show below.

Posted by RecoveryRadio.fm on Friday, March 24, 2017

Addiction Treatment Marketers; Bad Boys, Bad Boys, What Ya Gonna Do When They Come for You?

Addiction treatment marketers are feeling the heat from the national spotlight on West Palm Beach, Florida. However, the issues are nationwide and will continue unless we have industry regulation. Florida is the national leader on industry regulation by providing a formula that many other states will adopt with the exceptional legislative work that is being done here.

Addiction Treatment Marketers Be Aware

Addiction treatment marketers must be aware that the Sober Living Task Force has demonstrated Florida is serious about cleaning up the addiction treatment industry. Dave Aronberg (Florida State Attorney) Head of Sober Homes Task Force, and his army have raided many sober homes, treatment centers, and labs with many more to come. They have made it abundantly clear that if you are patient brokering, endangering lives, and operating outside of the law you will be in serious trouble with legal issues and possible jail time.

Addiction Treatment Marketers and Patient Brokering with the Florida Shuffle

Many addiction treatment marketers are well aware of the laws coming. Mr. Aronberg and his army are putting legislation in place (House Bill 807) to protect and save lives from patient brokering and bring regulation to the Wild, Wild, West. Everyone in the addiction treatment industry needs to know and clearly understand the changes in the law that are coming soon. These changes will drastically affect the current marketing and administrative practices of treatment centers and sober livings.

While some green “marketers” are still unaware of the current law, 2017 Florida Statute Chapter 817 Fraudulent Practices or in common language “patient brokering” (stricter laws and regulation in House Bill 807), that they are patient brokering, the press and social media exposure have made it difficult to have any compassion for anyone (patient brokers, or recovery advocates) who is in the gray area regardless if they are new to the industry.

The vast national “black market” of illegal addiction treatment marketers that have been abusing vulnerable and desperate individuals seeking treatment are being watched and investigated. These new laws affect many “patient brokers” and “recovery advocates” nationwide with the new Florida laws because many are tied into the treatment centers and sober livings in Florida that are getting busted. The new “Florida Model” laws will certainly be adopted nationwide especially in CA, TX, NY, and AZ to name a few. However, this is also going to affect the addiction treatment centers West Palm Beach.

It is paramount for West Palm Beach CEO’s, Owners, Directors, and Outreach to understand the new drug rehab marketing landscape and adopt ethical marketing and operating practices. Many in our industry have their opinions of what is ethical from second-hand information. This new era will ensure much-needed regulation, ensure everyone will understand the new laws, and generate true professionals in our industry that are qualified to make assessments for treatment and be labeled “professionals”.

Addiction Conferences Educate against Bad Addiction Treatment Marketers

We provided first-hand information, and clarity from the driving force on these changes, why these changes are being made, and what’s in the near future at our addiction conferences. in Riveria Beach, FL. This event featured Al Johnson, Asst. Florida State Attorney, Head of Sober Living Task Force, PBSO Detective, PBCSAC, and more Executive Thought Leaders. The addiction conference had an interactive audience of 200, in a talk show host/town hall forum. It educated on what is coming in the near future and how to survive the major changes coming.

Now is the time to get involved with the Sober Homes Task Force, Heroin Task Force, Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition. These organizations are re-molding our industry and weeding out corruption and removing dangerous disruption. You may also be interested in joining 16,000 of your ethical peers, and individuals seeking help in the Addiction Professional Referral Group. This is an extremely active and highly monitored group providing assistance for professionals to place their clients. This group has protocols in place against patient brokers (2,000 individuals banned in the last 10 months), and is self-regulated by all its members.