Posts Tagged ‘ Medspa marketing ’

How to Get Comments and Shares on Social Media

The most important goal of social media is getting engagement on your platforms. So, how do you get more comments and shares? Here is a recap of our tips to boost engagement on your social media platforms and increase social media ROI for your plastic surgery practice or med spa. Utilize the platforms that work… Read More »


Creating Strong Cross-Promotions for Plastic Surgeons and Med Spas

One of the common mistakes that we see plastic surgery practices and med spas make is using discounting rather than cross-promoting. Cross-promoting will positively impact your practice’s bottom line. Also known as a gift with purchase, it’s a great way to build ancillary services, promote new services, and get patients to try new services they… Read More »


Social Media Contest Tips for Plastic Surgeons and Med Spas

As mentioned previously, the #1 way to grow social media engagement for your plastic surgery practice or med spa is by running social media contests. Here are seven tips for running social media contests for your plastic surgery practice or med spa. TIP #1: UNDERSTAND YOUR GOAL Before announcing your contest, it’s important to understand… Read More »



Social Media Editorial Calendar: From Planning to Posting with Ease

Your social media strategy is designed to develop connections, provide value, and educate followers about the aesthetic industry and our services, treatments, procedures, and products. Sounds amazing, right? Now what do you DO with that strategy? By using an editorial calendar, you can easily plan consistent posts and better engage your followers. What’s your goal?… Read More »






#1 Tip to Grow Social Media Fast For Plastic Surgeons and Med Spas

What is the best way to grow social media quickly for plastic surgeon and med spas? The #1 way to grow social media engagement is by running giveaway contests, such as free Microneedling or Botox services. WHY CONTESTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA? The private nature of aesthetic services means that patients aren’t likely to announce publicly… Read More »


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