How to Engage Your Practice’s Followers with Valentine’s Day Themed Posts

Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching.

For some of us, our idea of love is a solid night of sleep and a plate full of delicious tacos. Present company included. However, no matter how you define love or Valentine’s Day, you can use the holiday to create highly engaging posts to reach your social media fans on your pages.

Engagement is More Important than Your Number of Followers

Getting your followers to engage with you is more important than the actual number of people that like your page. The more you converse with your followers, the more they get to know, like, and trust you. You then have a better chance that your followers will become patients.

Ideas for Engaging Valentine’s Day Posts

  • Ask if they prefer tulips or roses and respond to their comment.
  • Ask them seasonally appropriate fill-in-the-blank questions.
  • For the ultimate engagement, run a Valentine’s Day themed giveaway contest.
  • Sending you much love for your well-written and highly engaging Valentine’s post!

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