Get On Top, Stay On Top and Leave Your Competition Behind

As a dental practitioner your number one goal is to take care of every patient that comes through your doors by giving them healthy, beautiful smiles however, sometimes there just aren’t enough people coming through the doors. To get more new people into your dental chairs you must have solid marketing strategies. I’m going to assume you aren’t investing in mass-market, big-budget, TV and radio promotion — good glad you’re not wasting your money.   Here’s the question I ask doctors when we meet for the first time; What’s your current strategy and is it based on strong marketing fundamentals?…

5 Things You NEED to Have a Super Successful General Dental Practice

Sometimes I get an inspired thought and today I am going to open up and really speak my mind.  I have been very fortunate to have met and worked with some of the best dental offices in the Untied States and conversely have also have had the chance to help dental offices that struggle to pay their bills.  Today I’m going to share with you the BIG differences between these two types of practices and do it in a very plain and simple way.  In fact I have broken it down to 5 points, which…

Dental Marketing Expense & Why Marketing Is Critical

Let’s face it the financial outlay to marketing your dental office properly can seem to be really expensive.  You probably need to build a new website, create video, produce ads, get a CPC campaign set up and running, promote yourself on Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms, and then on top of that you have all the additional costs and headaches of marketing.  As we all know this can be very expensive, with Google pay per click costs averaging at $10 to $25 per click, your daily budgets will easily be in the $50 to…

Dental SEO and Search Engine Marketing

Your Dental Website Is Useless. We Can Help! Why do you have a dental website?  Is it there so you can show your friends and family members that you are online and up on the times?  Or do you have a website just because everyone told you that you needed one, but you aren’t exactly sure why?  Maybe you have a website because you want to use it as a communication platform to tell people about your business and maybe even get some new patients with it? Most of you created a dental website to…

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