Page 1 Acquires Strategic Edge
Digital marketing agency Page 1 Solutions has acquired Strategic Edge Partners, a marketing agency providing online, print and on-site services to plastic surgeons, aesthetic and dermatology practices, medspas and industry suppliers. Dana Fox, president and CEO of Strategic Edge Partners, has joined Page 1 Solutions as vice president of practice development.
Page 1 Solutions has provided digital marketing services for plastic surgeons for more than 15 years, including search engine optimization , website design and development, social media marketing, reviews and ratings management.
With the acquisition of Strategic Edge Partners, the agency will begin offering additional services such as:
Patient loyalty programs
On-site practice consulting
Print and collateral promotional material
Electronic procedure guides
Strategic Edge Partners has served clients throughout North America for 11 years.
“With her experience and the broad range of marketing services she offers, Dana Fox...
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