Display Credibility with Screened Badge
Show Up at Top of Search Results
Pay for Qualified Leads, Not For Clicks
Get Google to Back Your Business
Display credibility to patients
Show up at the top of Google search results
Pay for qualified leads, not clicks
Live Calls with Potential Patients Seeking Your Care!
HOW VERIFIED BY GOOGLE WORKS FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
For Medical Practitioners to become Verified by Google, they must first pass Google’s screening and verification process. This process is configured based on the requirements of each state’s medical board, with different requirements for each area of specialty/discipline. Google’s standard verification also must be passed, this includes a background check, license and insurance information. Doctors who meet the qualifications, will earn their Google Badge of Trust which will be featured on their practice’s Local Services Ads Profile. This badge lets potential patients know that Google has thoroughly vetted your practice and you as a professional.
Once your practice is Verified by Google, you become eligible to launch Google Local Services Ads which will position you at the VERY top of the Google Search Results. No more wasting money on clicks, you will begin generating qualified leads that come in for the services you wish to advertise within the geographic location specified.
This is a huge opportunity for doctors and specialists to connect with prospective patients who are looking for top quality medical professionals. When it comes to the selection of a specialist or any new medical provider, doctor or physician, a personal referral, or referral from another trusted provider is always the ideal. Verified by Google and its Local Services Ads program, brings your practice closer to that level of trust than any previous patient generation strategy. Check your eligibility below and start connecting with new patients today! With new disciplines being added monthly, there’s never been a more sensible time to allow us to help get your advertising strategy started with Google.