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Creating Effective Marketing Habits for Your Clinic

clientattraction Feb 22, 2023

Today, we'll focus on the process of creating a regular blog and email content for your database, specifically targeting back pain and neck pain issues.

By implementing a systematic approach, you can ensure smooth operations and engage your audience with valuable content regularly.

Problem-Agitate-Solution-Call-to-Action Framework:

To create compelling content that resonates with your audience, we'll follow the Problem-Agitate-Solution-Call-to-Action (PAS) framework. This approach highlights the issues faced by your potential clients, agitates the problem to emphasise its significance, provides an effective solution, and ends with a clear call to action.

  1. Identifying the Problem:

The first step is to identify the primary problem your clients are facing. For example, back pain sufferers may find it challenging to carry out daily activities, affecting their work, relationships, and overall well-being.

  1. Agitating the Problem:

Next, you'll agitate the problem to help your audience understand the urgency of seeking a solution. Highlight how back pain can lead to frustration, lack of mobility, and even emotional distress, affecting both personal and professional lives.

  1. Providing the Solution:

Now comes the crucial part: presenting your clinic's solution to alleviate their pain. Mention specific treatment methods or approaches that your clinic specialises in, emphasising the potential for a pain-free and active life.

  1. Call to Action:

Finally, conclude with a clear call to action. Encourage your audience to take the next step, whether it's downloading a ebook, scheduling a consultation, or contacting your clinic for more information.

Implementing a Content Creation Schedule:

Creating a content calendar is essential for maintaining a steady stream of content on your website and social media platforms. This calendar should outline the topics you'll cover each week, allowing you to plan ahead and stay organised.

  1. Utilise Answer the Public:

To find relevant topics and questions your potential clients are searching for, visit "Answer the Public" website. This tool provides valuable insights into popular queries related to back pain, neck pain, and other issues your clinic addresses.

  1. Focus on Specific Topics:

For each quarter, choose a specific focus, such as back pain or neck pain. Within that theme, address various aspects of the issue to create a comprehensive library of content.

  1. Alternate Content Formats:

To cater to different preferences, consider alternating between video and written blog content. Transcribe your videos to create a textual blog post or vice versa, ensuring your audience has multiple ways to access your valuable insights.


By adopting a systematic approach to marketing and content creation, you can build effective habits that will benefit your clinic in the long run. Using the PAS framework, along with a well-organised content creation schedule, will help you engage your audience consistently and position your clinic as a reliable source for pain relief solutions.

Remember, simplicity is key, and with regular practice, you'll soon be on your way to establishing a thriving online presence for your clinic.

Happy blogging!

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