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Click-to-Call

In the addiction treatment field there is a sense of urgency on the family’s part, or the addict’s part, to get information as quickly as possible.

Since the advent of smart phones we are seeing about  6-8% of website traffic volume coming from mobile and hand held devices.

If this is true, then we should make it easier on the searcher to contact us by creating an 800# ‘click-to-call’ link in the wireless browser as shown here in these two examples. While this is not a new technology, I foresee it being utilized more frequently as mobile volume increases. It makes sense, especially in our space, and I would love to see interventionists start using click to call in their ads.

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Addiction-Rep can provide this click-to-call mobile service for you, or you can do it directly through Google Adwords. Below is a Google Video to provide a quick overview of the service. We can have this up in running for you in a matter of days and we can also geo-target to a specific location as well as target by time of day.

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