It’s not all bad
Social media isn’t all bad. DeWilde told attendees that there are quite a few perks. When used properly, it can help enhance the quality of care your practice provides, boost your reputation, and increase clientele. “It’s not all bad, you can still use social media and have a good work-life balance,” she said. Here’s how.
Personal perspective of social media:
- Connect: Allows you to connect with friends, family, and colleagues.
- Outlet: Provides mindless entertainment to combat the stress brought on by COVID-19 and curbside care.
- Access: Offers access to various groups, information, and events for us to engage in or attend.
- Networking: Enables professionals to connect internationally, converse and collaborate.
- Case base support: Offers mentorship and support to professionals seeking advice on complex cases or in need of recommendations.
- Asset to the business: Increases online visibility, facilitates appointments, reviews, and builds reputation and client base.