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WHY DOES YOUR NDIS BUSINESS NEED PROFESSIONAL MARKETING?
You have gone through the (very lengthy) process of becoming a registered NDIS provider, congratulations. If you are reading this, it probably means you realised that the work did not end there. On the contrary, it`s just begun, because you need clients, and it`s a harder job than you could possibly imagine. It takes time, effort and expert knowledge.
Lucky for you we understand the NDIS sector and know very well what it takes to become a successful NDIS Service provider. Having worked with a lot of NDIS businesses on their marketing, we know one thing for sure: consistency, professionalism and the right marketing tools are the key to generate leads and to build a solid presence.
LEAD GENERATION FOR NDIS PROVIDERS
Whether you are an established NDIS registered provider, or you`re just starting out, you both have one thing in common: you need clients.
The NDIS sector is a very unique and sensitive sector, and potential participants are more likely to confide in you if you speak their language. Therefore the below marketing tools are a must for every NDIS business.
PROFESSIONAL WEBSITE AND SEO FOR NDIS SERVICE PROVIDERS
A lot of our clients have trusted us to design their website. These websites are fully optimised for a better Google ranking and for a great user experience.
Things we incorporate in our service include planning, design, optimised content, and best practice. Utilising these will save you time and money in the long run, and your ranking will rapidly improve on Google.
ADVERTISING – GOOGLE AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Digital advertising for NDIS providers is essential. However it`s not the easiest thing to do. You need to be familiar with the latest trends and algorithm changes, know how to set up your target groups and campaigns, how to write winning headlines and copies, and how to run the ads in the most cost effective way. Ads need constant testing, measuring, and adjusting. Does it take time? It sure does. But this is the only way to get a good ROI.
While it’s tempting to sign up to every social media channel so that you don’t miss out, a better strategy is to focus on one or two channels that you can maintain on a high level, as this will be most effective for your audience. Doing social media right requires a lot of time and skill. Is it worth the effort? Absolutely! Social media is a long-term strategy for building connections and trust.