Online shopping has gone from non-existent to ubiquitous in a matter of a few decades. Eight out of ten US consumers with internet access have bought something online, and over 62 percent shop online at least once a month (Episerver, 2019). How are aesthetics practices participating in this trend?
By employing ecommerce, top aesthetics practices are able to extend their hours of operation to service their patients 24×7, and alleviate the reliance on costly and inconvenient engagement methods like phone calls.
At DermPRO, we are always interested in how the activity on aesthetics practices’ online stores compares to overall ecommerce activity. Having seen multiple statistics indicating that the peak online shopping hour is 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm, DermPRO decided to take a look at our top stores to see how aesthetics practices’ stores compared.
We know that many of our clients have strong online purchase activity throughout the day while their offices are open. We also have lots of Google Analytics and ecommerce data telling us when there is traffic on the stores, and when that traffic converts, i.e. when purchases are made.
Not surprisingly, in 2019, the peak shopping hour on DermPRO’s top 10 stores was 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm as well, with heavy purchase activity throughout the evening hours. In fact, those stores generated over $50K per month on average with 59% of orders placed at times when the office was closed – after hours, weekends and holidays.
Putting It All Together
Triangulating our data, we also know that the highest converting source of traffic to the stores is email. We checked the email stats, which tell us that a high percentage of email opens and clicks are happening in the evening and night hours. Patients are reading the emails and clicking through to the online stores in the evening.
Many practices come to DermPRO wanting an online store where they can sell professional skin care products.
They don’t realize that their patients want to purchase EVERYTHING online. Let’s face it… All of us have become accustomed to the conveniences of ecommerce, whether it be for our groceries, hair color, or eyeglasses. Online purchasing for both products and services is a trend that is rapidly overtaking the aesthetics industry, and one that offers patients many conveniences that fit their lifestyles and habits.
Since our beginnings seven years ago, DermPRO has always included services on our stores, and BOTOX® Treatments have steadfastly held the number one spot as the highest single revenue-generating product or service, across all DermPRO stores.
Take a look at our infographic to see what else aesthetics shoppers are purchasing online.
Many aesthetics practices are using their online stores for monthly promotions, events, memberships, and holiday sales, mirroring their in-office purchases. Online stores focusing on products only are missing an opportunity to use their stores for greater patient engagement and satisfaction.
*The data in this infographic is pulled from the top 15 DermPRO-hosted stores.
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Every year we hear that Cyber Weekend was the biggest weekend in US online shopping history… Well, this year is no different. As predicted, Cyber Weekend sales eclipsed last year’s results, and set the stage for record-breaking overall holiday shopping revenues.
According to multiple sources such as Adobe Analytics, Black Friday online sales hit a record of $5.4 billion, up 22.3 percent from a year ago, while Cyber Monday shoppers spent a record $9.4 billion online, up 19.7 percent from a year ago.
Forbes reported that about 58 million people shopped online only, while 51 million shopped exclusively in stores. The another 65 million consumers shopped both online and in store, for a total of 174 million shoppers over Cyber Weekend.
While data for the top national retailers is readily available and fascinating, where does the aesthetics industry sit and how has ecommerce and the holiday shopping phenomenon impacted dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons and other aesthetics providers?
The Aesthetics Shopping Report from DermPRO
With 7 years as the top ecommerce provider for aesthetics practices—hosting stores for hundreds of dermatology and plastic surgery practices and medical spas in 43 states—DermPRO is uniquely positioned with insights into what’s happening in online sales in the aesthetics industry. DermPRO’s Holiday Shopping Report and Infographic offers a rare view into real results from real aesthetics practices.
We looked at data for Cyber Weekend—Black Friday (November 29th) through Cyber Monday (December 2nd)—and Cyber Week (November 29th thru December 6th). Since many of our stores ran 12 Days of Christmas promotions throughout December, we also looked at the entire holiday shopping period from Black Friday through December 24th.
Many DermPRO-hosted stores running Cyber Weekend and holiday promotions bring in 30-40 percent of their annual online revenue during the last 5 weeks of the year, depending on several factors such as when they run their big Open House Events and how aggressively they promote during Cyber Weekend.
This year, the top 20 revenue-producing stores over the holiday shopping period averaged 35 percent of their total annual online revenues. While Cosmetic Services are the highest segment for revenues overall on DermPRO stores, during the holiday shopping period, E-Gift Cards brought in almost as much as Cosmetic Services, and indeed e-gift cards are always some of the most popular holiday season sellers.
Top Days and Times of Day
While Cyber Monday was the clear single-day winner—accounting for 40 percent of the Cyber Weekend revenues—not surprisingly, Black Friday was the second highest day of the period. All of December was strong, though, thanks to an increased number of practices that ran 12 Days of Christmas promotions, keeping patients coming back throughout the month.
We looked at online revenues over the entire holiday shopping period. The top 10 stores averaged $84.8k in online sales for the period. The average revenues of the top 20 stores was not far behind, at $58.7k. The highest online revenues for a single store during the period was $163k, with $160.7k of that coming over Cyber Weekend.
Mirroring the results from Adobe’s report, Cyber Monday got a huge boost from late night shoppers. While Adobe reported that nearly a third of Cyber Monday’s total revenue came between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m., DermPRO found similar results with 9 p.m. being the most popular shopping hour by a landslide. Given that most medical offices were open that day, it may surprise you that so many purchases came in at 9 p.m. But the data shows that the online orders accelerated as the Cyber Weekend specials came to a close.
If you think that successful selling over Black Friday or Cyber Monday has to include deep discounting, think again. According to Salesforce.com’s holiday shopping reports, average discounting reached 31 percent on Cyber Monday, with some segments discounting as much as 45 percent.
However, on DermPRO stores, the average Cyber Weekend discount was just 17 percent, and just 15 percent during the whole period from Black Friday to December 23rd. DermPRO’s clients are primarily respected physicians who have strong relationships with their patients, and are generally not high discounters.
What Did They Buy?
Even though discounting was modest, higher discounts did correlate to larger AOVs (average order values). AOVs were highest during Cyber Weekend when the discounting was also highest, averaging $357.18 for all DermPRO stores. Many individual stores carried $500+ Average Order Values, thanks to popular e-gift card promotions and higher-priced treatments that were specially priced for the weekend. AOVs decreased slightly when you look at the entire Cyber Week ($342.27) or the entire Holiday Shopping period ($310.08).
This year, patients purchased gifts for their loved ones and themselves, spending big on e-gift cards, BOTOX® treatments, Laser Hair Removal, and memberships & special treatment packages. The top selling procedure by revenue was BOTOX®. Taken together with other neurotoxin treatments, Neurotoxins captured 11 percent of the total revenues for the weekend. The 2nd place aesthetic service was Laser Hair Removal, accounting for around 5 percent of the weekend’s revenues. 25 percent of all Cyber Weekend revenues came from E-Gift Cards.
While product sales were spread across many different products and brands, there were some stand-out products, including TNS Essential Serum® and SkinCeuticals® CE Ferulic. The top brand by units of products sold was EltaMD.
What Drove Traffic to the Stores?
According to Practical Ecommerce, paid search ranked highest for driving revenue, representing a 24.4-percent share of sales, followed by direct traffic at 21.2 percent, and organic search at 18.8 percent. Bringing up the rear were email driving 16.8 percent (up 9 percent over 2018) and social media with only a 2.6-percent share.
Curious about how patients ended up on the aesthetics online stores? Since DermPRO stores generally see less traffic from paid search and more direct traffic from the practice’s main website and from emails, the sales drivers were quite different from the drivers for the large commercial sites.
By far the largest source of traffic to the aesthetics stores over Cyber Weekend was email. Well-constructed emails containing direct “SHOP NOW” links to each special are the clear top drivers of both traffic and conversions on the aesthetics stores, accounting for as much as 80 percent of the Cyber Weekend store traffic for some practices.
For the top 20 stores, email drove an average of 56 percent of the traffic, followed by direct traffic accounting for an average of 21 percent of the traffic, followed by organic search and referrals, each at 10 percent. Ecommerce conversions (the percentage of store visitors who make a purchase) are highest from the email-sourced visitors.
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Why Ecommerce is a Must-Do for your Aesthetics Practice in 2019
If you are an aesthetics provider, you know that marketing your cosmetic services is necessary to maintaining a successful practice.
The aesthetic services space is getting more and more competitive. Fortunately, there are some well-understood activities you can do to help you keep your patients loyal and grow your patient base. These forms of marketing are some of the most popular programs that aesthetics practices are getting really good at, and I’ll bet you’re doing some or all of these…
Regular email marketing to keep in touch with patients.
Periodic Open House events or other in-office events to bring people in and get them excited about new treatments.
Social media posting, whether you have someone in the office who dabbles in social media, or you’re paying a third party to help you ensure your social media postings are consistent and professional looking.
Membership or VIP program that offers your most loyal patients a sense of specialness and gives them perks and discounts in exchange for their continued loyalty.
Measuring and Improving Results of Cosmetic Services Marketing in 2019
If you’ve been doing some or all of these types of marketing programs, “Congratulations!” In order to maintain your competitiveness into 2019, you’ll need to assess the results of your marketing programs, but also account for changes and developments in the industry and in consumer behavior.
Understanding your patients’ activities and tracking their actions are important steps to help you decide whether to continue investing in these programs. How are email opens and clicks, or social likes and follows impacting in-office activity or translating into sales? Are your emails leading to sales? Are your social followers becoming patients?
Where Does Ecommerce Come In?
There is one thing that can help you both measure and improve your results from just about all of your other marketing programs, including email marketing, events, memberships, and social media: ECOMMERCE.
Consider how ecommerce can help you track and derive better results and more revenue from each part of your marketing plan.
Emails. Shop Now buttons in your emails enable your subscribers to purchase promoted products and services on their own time.
Events. When you have patients who can’t make it in person to your Open House events, enhancing your event with online purchasing can seriously impact your event revenues.
Social Media. The new Social Commerce features of Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest allow you to leverage an online store to help you rise above your competitors and stand out in the crowded social media landscape.
Memberships and VIP programs. Leverage an online store to configure, manage, and market your Membership program, making it infinitely more user friendly for both your patients and your staff.
The shift to increased online shopping continued to gain momentum in 2018 as it had in previous years. Indeed in 6 years of building and managing online stores for dermatologists and plastic surgeons, DermPRO has witnessed a significant increase in online purchases of both skincare products and cosmetic services across our clients’ stores. How are the most successful aesthetics practices using their online stores to get a competitive edge? Here are some tips.
What happens when your patient reads an e-blast from your office at 8 or 9 PM after eating dinner and settling in to read and respond to personal emails? A recent study showed that peak online shopping time is 8 PM, so if your email invites the reader to Shop Now or Buy Now, you might imagine the patient clicking through and making an impulse purchase if your email leads to an online store.
Forcing your patient to wait until Monday morning when your office is open will result in lost opportunity to capture the patient’s attention here and now. Having a specials page with purchasable items or a full online store where your promoted items can be purchased will help you convert your email readers into buyers and improve the results of your email marketing efforts.
Of course open and click data from your email campaigns is very important, but when you can see ecommerce data as well, you know you’re doing something right. Correlating your emails to revenues enables you to understand what’s working and what isn’t, and helps you target your patients with even more personalized offers. Read Tips for Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Emails to learn more.
Do you hold in-office events such as an Open House, Anniversary Event, or Girl’s Night Out? The powerful combination of online event promotions before your event and online sales during your event can help you take your events to the next level. Email and social marketing for your event will elevate your event visibility and attractiveness, but the real fun begins when you can make your event specials available for online purchase. This enables revenue capture from those customers who are unable to physically attend.
We have a large number of clients who consistently bring in six-digit online revenues during their in-office events, thanks to online availability of event specials. “We are so happy with the online sales results from our Girls’ Night Out event, and truly believe it helped to ease some of the congestion of bodies in the practice. People who couldn’t make it were still able to take advantage of the special pricing,” said one practice manager. Taking it one step further, implementing intelligent follow-up emails to the online purchasers will keep them engaged with the practice and coming back for more.
Social Media and Social Commerce
Is your social media presence driving revenue to your business, or just readership? How do you know? Instagram has 1 billion monthly users, but you need a way to get their attention. The only way to get any kind of links in your Instagram posts without paying for ads is by enabling product tagging/shopping with an online store. Today’s Product Tagging, Shoppable Posts, and Buyable Pins leverage ecommerce to boost your social presence and drive revenue to your practice. Read Drive Business to Your Practice through Social Media to learn more.
Memberships and VIP programs
Memberships are very trendy now, but managing these programs can be a challenge for your office staff. Leveraging an online store helps you implement professional, patient-friendly and successful membership programs. Some of the most attractive benefits of online-enabled memberships include:
Automated billing of monthly or annual membership payments through your online store
Automatic online member discounts on products and treatments
Additional benefits like free shipping on online orders
Attractive Membership landing page on your store
Special VIP pricing for sale items
Store banners and promotional blocks for your Membership
Custom transactional emails for communications with members about benefits
Member-Only Specials and Integrated Loyalty Program benefits online
If you want to grow the number of members in your membership and VIP programs, leveraging ecommerce to configure, sell, manage, and market your membership program is a must. Read Memberships Are Not Just for Medspas Any More to learn more.
Find out more about how DermPRO can build your online store and help you build ecommerce into your marketing plan. We provide a full set of services to complement your online store drive results, including email marketing, event marketing, social media marketing, and membership program marketing. Contact us for more information by filling out the demo request in the sidebar.
Most people know that social media can help your business connect with customers, improve your search engine results, and expand awareness of your brand. But you may not be aware that social media is evolving rapidly, with new features being rolled out at a mind-blowing pace—features that blur the line between social media and ecommerce. A successful social media strategy requires more than just simple posting.
With 87% of customers saying that social media helps them decide what to buy [from MarketingProfs’ Social Media as the New E-Commerce Platform Infographic], any business selling products or services can’t afford not to take social media, and social commerce, seriously. Over the past couple of years, social media has become more than a place where people find guidance and inspiration for what to buy, but a place where they actually launch their shopping.
The best way to realize a return on investment in social media and see a positive impact on your practice is to take advantage of the latest interactive and commerce-friendly features that are available today. The foundation of your success is an ecommerce site that is the engine making all of these features work, to which you are directing your social audience.
Wikipedia offers a definition of social commerce as the use of social networks in the context of e-commerce transactions. While some define it much more narrowly as the ability to purchase from a company within the native social media experience, most consider social commerce in the broader sense, referring to the general concept of online media that supports social interaction and engagement with a brand, incentivizes customers to interact on a website and talk about a brand, and offers customers tools to research, compare, obtain social proof, and ultimately purchase online.
Social Media has become a gateway to ecommerce.
As social media has evolved, the way marketers are using social media is changing right along with it. With the top social media platforms each offering their own version of “buy it” buttons, shoppable posts, product tagging and pricing, and more, “the days of brands using social platforms for only top-of-the-funnel hype are long gone,” says business intelligence and research firm, Gartner L2. “Every new feature brings another layer of commerce capability to the grid,” driving the transition of social platforms into powerful tools that facilitate transactions with a swipe, click or tap.
How does social media shopping work?
With the bulk of the social media market share—representing over 2 billion monthly active users—Facebook dominates as a source of social traffic and sales. The social media behemoth constantly reinvents its commerce-related features, upping the ante with new and improved features seemingly every other week. Facebook offers on-page shops, product tagging in posts, and enhanced advertising features that help you target shoppers with precision.
You can build a Facebook shop that more-or-less mirrors your online store, with categorized products and services that have add to cart buttons that take the user directly to your online store for purchasing. Product tagging offers even more flexible and creative ways to drive organic product discovery, allowing products to be tagged in any of your posts. When you tag products in your posts, the post will display “Products Shown” or “Featured Products” depending on whether you’re on a desktop or using the Facebook mobile app. A simple tap on the product shows product information and pricing, and takes the user to the product or service on your online store.
With the highest conversion rate for all social media ecommerce traffic, it’s no wonder brands large and small are using Facebook to organically connect their social audiences with ecommerce.
Instagram is the fastest growing social media platform today, representing a huge opportunity for you to drive your audience to your online store’s products and services. Until recently, only certain brands and those willing to shell out budget for advertising had the ability to directly link to their website or online store from Instagram posts. However, the roll out of Instagram shopping, shoppable posts, and Instagram Stories has quickly moved Instagram into the top position as the hottest social platform for commerce.
Warning: You can’t just insert a link in your standard Instagram post caption. Such links are not clickable and will go nowhere. However, with an integrated product catalog through a Facebook Business Manager account, product tagging and shopping in Instagram become easy.
The shoppable Kybella Consultation post shown here was achieved with a linked product catalog in Facebook, which is generated from the practice’s online store from DermPRO. The shopping bag icon indicates that there’s something purchasable, and a simple tap on the image displays the price. Another tap takes the user to the Kybella Consultation on the Instagram shop where additional images and information are available, and one more tap leads to the purchase page on the practice’s DermPRO store.
Interesting Fact: Instagram leads in Average Order Value for social commerce at $65, followed by Pinterest at $60 and Facebook at $55.
Pinterest has always been an important social platform for ecommerce. The user base is smaller than Facebook’s but Pinterest serves more as a discovery and save tool than a social interaction tool, which makes it ideal for targeting buyers. In fact, 93% of active pinners say that they use Pinterest to plan for purchases.
Pinterest is a powerful vehicle for driving traffic to your online store and, more importantly, converting that traffic to sales. According to a study by social marketing company Piqora, each pin generates $0.78 in sales on average. Further, pins with a price—Rich Pins—have a 36% higher chance of being liked. The key to social commerce in Pinterest is Rich Pins.
Rich Pins show certain metadata right on the Pin itself, giving pinners a richer experience and increasing engagement. Rich Pins are dynamic and interactive, and in the case of the product pins you can do from your online store, they automatically update prices as they change in your store. Pinterest guidelines indicate that Rich Pins as well as properly formatted images will help your pins rank higher in Pinterest and be seen by a larger audience. The Volbella Rich Pin shown in the above image has over 6,500 impressions. If you’re going to do it, do it right!
A few tips for pulling it all together
Plan ahead with a posting calendar. Posts should incorporate diverse topics of interest to your intended audience. Your social posts should focus on your audience and their needs.
Do your hashtag homework. Define—and stick to—a hashtag strategy that will help you extend your reach and grow your fan base. Careful… Hashtag protocol is different for each social platform.
Take the time to make high quality graphics. The importance of quality images can not be overstated. Quality images are not only going to attract more followers, but in the case of Pinterest, will increase the rank and impressions of your pins. Now more than ever, social posts are highly visual and require attractive graphics that will stand out from the crowd. Each social platform has its own guidelines for image sizing and design. DermPRO applies our professional graphics designs to ensure that your social posts are formatted properly for optimal viewing on each social media platform.
Include interactive features and content that enable purchasing from a simple tap or click. By linking Instagram posts and stories, Facebook posts, and Pinterest Rich Pins to commerce-enabled pages where purchases can be made, you will establish direct connections between your social content and commerce.
Need help pulling it all together and enabling these powerful commerce-related social media features? Fill out the form in the sidebar of this page to learn more about how DermPRO can help.
Social Media for Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons
Social media is increasingly essential to marketing success for any company today. Yet many aesthetics practices find themselves without the needed in-house resources for social media success, and are missing out on this important tool for growing their business. Marrying our aesthetics-industry-leading ecommerce services with the commerce-friendly features of social media, DermPRO is helping dermatologists and plastic surgeons extend their reach to audiences who might never have found them otherwise, and helping convert those audiences with interactive social content that makes purchasing easy.
Learn more about Social Media Posting services from DermPRO by submitting the simple form in the sidebar of this page.
Kate, an average 54-year-old, is sitting comfortably on her sofa on a typical Friday evening, catching up on her emails on her iPad while watching a TV drama series on Netflix. One of the emails she reads is a promotional email from her dermatologist, offering a 4-day flash sale on dermal fillers. She has been contemplating having another Restylane® treatment, and this sale was just the incentive she needed to do it. Combined with the Reward Points she knows she will earn by purchasing online, she feels great about the good deal she’s getting. She clicks the Shop Now link in the email, and completes the purchase on the practice’s online store. While there, the cart shows a recommended sunscreen, also on sale, so she goes ahead an adds that to the purchase as well.
Oracle recently conducted a survey of US consumers, and published results in ONLINE OR IN-STORE? Exploring the shift in shopping behavior. Not surprisingly, the study found that ecommerce is growing, with all consumer demographic groups taking advantage of multiple shopping channels. The National Retail Federation predicts ecommerce will continue to grow at a rate of 8-12% every year.
According to the study, “Consumers now use multiple channels to shop, including online shopping websites, mobile, social media and in-store—and they dip in and out of these channels at will.” Offering an omni-channel experience to customers helps small businesses stay relevant and competitive in a consumer-driven world. As an aesthetics provider, offering your patients the convenience of multiple channels for making purchases and engaging with your practice will help you retain your patients and increase the lifetime value of each patient.
Who Shops Online?
While a lot has been made in the media about the online habits of Millenials, the Oracle survey, which broke down results by generation, found that Baby Boomers—those who are currently age 54 to 72—are the consumers with the highest percentage of weekly online-only shoppers compared to other generations. This is consistent with other studies, such as the State of the User Experience report from Limelight Networks, a content delivery specialist, which found that 50% of those aged 52 to 70 spend at least 11 hours a week online, compared with 42% of millennials.
According to Forbes, “A lot of that online time is spent spending. One in four people aged 55 and older shop online, according to a report by BI Intelligence, a research service from Business Insider.”
Another factor in online shopping is income. Those with income over $100,000 represent the highest percentage of weekly online-only shoppers compared to lower income consumers. “Higher earners tend to shop online more often and are likely to be less cautious about shopping for non-essential items,” the Oracle study found.
People who shop both online and in-store weekly overwhelmingly do more impulse buying. “It’s no real surprise that those who frequent both channels – and likely enjoy shopping more in general – are most open to making impulse buys.” What is impulse buying? It’s the buying of goods without planning to do so in advance, resulting from whim or impulse. Psychologists explain that this behavior generally stems from a fear of missing out, as well as loving a “good deal.”
With targeted and personalized email messages to your patients, you can make it easy for those who are inclined to shop online to enjoy the benefits of buying when it’s convenient for them, whether it is a planned purchase of a product or treatment that they have been wanting to get, or an impulse purchase due to a deal they just couldn’t pass up.
Find out how ecommerce can help you cater to your patients’ shopping habits, and increase your revenues today.
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Why are so many aesthetics practices, including dermatologists and plastic surgeons, embracing memberships as a marketing strategy today?
Benefits to the Patient and the Practice
Aesthetics Memberships and clubs allow your patients to fit their ideal cosmetic treatments and skincare products into a fixed monthly budget, which increases patient loyalty as well as your revenues. An aesthetics membership program creates better results for your patients because they are receiving regular treatments, and better results for your business because you have regular revenues from repeat customers. In short, skincare memberships can transform your practice with many benefits including increased visits per patient annually, increased revenue per patient annually, and higher patient satisfaction.
Memberships are growing in popularity in part due to the many benefits they offer the patient, for example:
• Convenience for the patient who is looking for the skincare and beauty benefits that come from regular treatments
• Savings for the patient compared to purchasing the products and services individually
• Helps the patient to maintain a regimen with the convenience of one low monthly payment that they can fit into their budget.
• Programs that include exclusive member benefits and member-only specials can make the patient feel appreciated and special.
Memberships are a win for your practice and a win for your patients, with proven impact on both patient satisfaction and spending.
Tips for Making It Work
If you’re ready to dive in to memberships, there are a few things you should consider.
Articulate the Savings
Make sure the membership offers a quantifiable savings that you can articulate to your patient. Most patients will want to realize savings immediately, so a monthly fee that is lower than whatever service the patient can receive in the first month is a great start.
Offer a Variety of Plans
Successful programs usually offer multiple membership plans so there is a plan for every budget. Having more expensive plans makes less expensive plans more appealing, so a stepped plan (i.e. gold, platinum, and diamond) can work well. A powerful strategy is to offer targeted plans that provide attractive benefits for each patient type and interest. For example, a membership for BOTOX® savings, a membership for monthly HydraFacials®, another membership for regular chemical peels, etc. A great example is what top cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Eugene Nowak has implemented at Nowak Aesthetics in San Diego.
Don’t Forget to Market the Program
When it comes to marketing your memberships, you’ll want to utilize professionally designed banners and landing pages on your website and email communications to members. If you have an online store, you can not only market and sell the memberships online and automate the monthly payments, but you can ensure your members receive their member benefits online, including discounting and free shipping for members.
DermPRO helps our clients by leveraging the online store to implement professional, patient-friendly and successful membership programs. We offer a variety of features that practices may select from, including:
• Online member discounts on products and treatments
• Additional benefits like free shipping on all orders
• Membership landing page
• Ongoing member group management and pricing adjustments for sale items as needed
• A banner promoting your Membership on your store
• Blurb about Memberships in your monthly promotional email
• Custom email series for communications with members
• Remarketing email series to promote your memberships to your patients
• Collateral pieces to promote your memberships in-office and via shipping inserts
• Member-Only Specials
• Integrated Loyalty Program
• Customer Segmentation Analysis with invitation to key customers
Find out more about how DermPRO can build your online store and configure, manage, and market a membership program for your practice. Memberships are a growing trend right now, and we have some exciting packages available for promoting and marketing memberships. Contact us for more information by filling out the demo request in the sidebar.