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Chinese Medical Hospital Reputation Management

In our data study we searched for the key phrase Chinese Medical Hospital in New York City, and then repeated this for the other top 199 most populated cities in the United States. We then analyzed Chinese Medical Hospital Google Business (previously: Google My Business) Profiles to understand the Industry. How many reviews do you need? How many reviews do you need to rank in the top 3 of Google? And much more.

Average Number Of Reviews For All Chinese Medical Hospital Companies

After conducting a thorough analysis of Chinese Medical Hospital Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, we found that the average number of reviews for all Chinese Medical Hospital companies is 24. This means that on average, Chinese Medical Hospitals have received 24 reviews from their patients. However, it is important to note that there is a wide range of review counts among these hospitals, with some having as few as 4 reviews and others having as many as 500. This variance in review counts highlights the importance of reputation management for Chinese Medical Hospitals, as having a strong online presence can greatly impact a hospital’s reputation and ultimately, its success. Overall, our study provides valuable insights into the review and reputation management landscape for Chinese Medical Hospitals in the United States.

Average Number Of Reviews Of The Chinese Medical Hospital Companies Ranked In The Top 3 Of Google

After conducting a thorough data study on Chinese Medical Hospital Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that the average number of reviews for companies ranked in the top 3 of Google was 54 in New York, 51 in Dallas, 35 in San Jose, 29 in San Diego, 25 in Phoenix, 22 in Philadelphia, 11 in Los Angeles, 9 in San Antonio, 6 in Chicago, and 2 in Houston. These numbers are quite impressive and indicate that Chinese Medical Hospitals are highly sought after and well-reviewed in major cities across the country. It is clear that these hospitals have a strong reputation management strategy in place, as evidenced by the high number of positive reviews. This data study provides valuable insights into the healthcare industry and highlights the importance of maintaining a positive online presence for businesses.

Cities With The Highest Amount Of Chinese Medical Hospital Google Reviews

After conducting a thorough data study on Chinese Medical Hospital Google My Business profiles in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that Brownsville, Texas had the highest amount of Google reviews with a staggering 13,397. Following closely behind was Topeka, Kansas with 11,624 reviews, and Overland Park, Kansas with 4,191 reviews. Other cities with high amounts of reviews included Fort Wayne, Indiana with 3,826 reviews, and Henderson, Nevada with 3,607 reviews. It’s interesting to note that two cities named Glendale made the list, with both having 3,334 reviews. Thousand Oaks, California and Port St. Lucie, Florida also made the list with 3,224 and 3,157 reviews respectively. These findings suggest that Chinese Medical Hospitals in these cities have a strong online presence and are actively engaging with their patients through Google reviews.

Cities With The Least Amount Of Chinese Medical Hospital Google Reviews That Still Ranked In The Top 3

After conducting a thorough data study on Chinese Medical Hospitals in the top 200 most populated cities in the United States, it was found that some cities with the least amount of Google reviews still managed to rank in the top 3. Springfield, Portland, and Springfield were the top 3 cities with the least amount of reviews, all with a count of 0. Despite this, they managed to rank in the top 3, which raises questions about the factors that contribute to their high ranking. It could be that these cities have a smaller population of Chinese residents, or that the hospitals in these cities have a strong reputation within the Chinese community. Further research is needed to understand the reasons behind these findings.