Dialysis lawsuit social media campaign offers unique chance to reach out to people with GranuFlo, NaturaLyte and other dialysis lawsuits
Dialysis lawsuits are among one of the most recent medical mass torts in which I’ve been involved, as i posted a few days ago. Our main website is a WordPress site, Dialysis Lawsuut, with a Free Dialysis Lawsuit Review Form. After we got the website launched, we began adding matching social media sites. There’s a Dialysis Lawsuit Facebook Page. There’s a @DialysisLawyer Twitter account. But when it came to setting up my Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Page and a Dialysis Lawsuit YouTube Channel, I was stumped.
I had read recently that it’s possible to link your Google+ Page to your YouTube Channel, so that videos uploaded to YouTube would be viewable from your Google+ page. I read 3 articles about how to link that page and the YouTube channel, and began trying to make it work. But it didn’t work. I contacted a friend for help and she couldn’t get it working either.
It turned out that the announcement about linking Google+ Pages to YouTube Channels was made before it was possible to link the two. After working on other matters for a couple of weeks and then coming back to the project, I found that the new functionality is live. You no longer have to create separate profiles for every litigation project you’re handling. You can use your personal, law firm or business Google+ Page to create additional pages. Then you can create separate YouTube channels for each of those pages, and the YouTube videos can be viewed from your Google+ page. Pretty nice. Here’s a short tutorial on linking Google+ Pages to YouTube Channels.
Here’s what one of our Dialysis Lawsuit YouTube videos looks like when you click on the video on the Google+ Page:
Go check out our Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Page (which doesn’t have a lot of info yet) and you’ll notice a tab at the top that says YouTube. Click on the tab and there you’ll find your channels YouTube videos, right there on your Google+ Page.
BTW, this post is about marketing, and no marketer worth his salt would leave a post without a call to action. So here is mine.
If you were hospitalized with serious cardiac problems or lost a family member after undergoing dialysis (with OR without the use of NaturaLyte and GranuFlo), please contact us for a Free Dialysis Lawsuit Review Form by filling out the free form at the Dialysis Lawsuit website, or by making a free phone call to personal injury attorney Gusty Yearout at 800-226-6116 or personal injury attorney Lloyd Gathings at 877-803-3006. We are reviewing GranuFlo lawsuits, NaturaLyte lawsuits, and other lawsuits against dialysis centers for negligence that resulted in serious injury or death.
Here is one of the dialysis lawsuit videos you can find on our Google+ Page:
If you haven’t used the Google+ dashboard yet, you can take a look at the Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Dashboard below. Because it’s a new page, it reflects very little activity.
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