by Michael Dorausch, DC

I’m at an internet conference in Santa Clara today and someone from the platform was speaking about image in search. They were saying that sometims people find articles based on image searches and that people should be paying closer attention to the images that exist inside their content.

chiropractic photo checking neck I performed some searches on articles appearing on Planet Chiropractic and our Blog Pages to see which articles may be getting additional traffic as a result of the photos imbededded into the posts.

The first article I found was about Career Nights for people seeking to become chiropractors. I may not post about it often enough but the are frequently career nights that people can attend, taking place all over the US.

Yesterday I mentioned Sharon Gorman and Focus events she puts on Pennsylvania. While those events are not specifically geared towards careers in chiropractic, they are great events to attend (providing an opportunity for potential chiropractic students meet chiropractors) and I’d recommend checking them out.

On the topic of images, there was a nice image showing chiropractic education included in the article. A 2nd article, which was about continuing education, received some traffic for image searches as well. That article featured a photo that was taken in my LA office a couple of years ago.

The article is a brief guide to continuing edu taking place in the United States. Check out the events pages for more info about educational seminars for chiropractors.

This article on blood pressure and chiropractic also did well for image search. The image from that article is here. Curious that all other articles I found so far doing well for image search included photos of woman. Don’t know yet if that is a coincidence or not. Have to review more stats.