Our blog is a great source of dental marketing ideas
Our dental marketing blog is a great source of dental marketing ideas for your practice. You will find topics ranging from visions, goals and objectices to ad design to online marketing...
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Dental postcards are an effective way to promote your dental practice to a targeted geographic area and/or demographic of patient you would like to reach. It can be an excellent way to cost effectively increase new patient activations.Read More
There are a number of steps to take in putting together a quality dental website. Whether you are starting from scratch or you are upgrading your current website, you will want to follow these steps.Read More
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So how is 2015 going to be different than the past few years? Are you going to do the same thing and wish for different results? Or are you going to change it up and see what happens? If one of your main objectives for 2015 is to get more patients, then you will probably enjoy reading this blog.Read More
So much of the debate about how to market a dental practice is about whether marketing dollars are better spent online or offline. What are the best types of ads to use and which is a better return on investment (ROI)? Let’s examine each of these points and see if I can make some better sense of the best direction for you and your practice.
Dental websites can be very scary especially when they look like they are from the turn of the century. Technology changes so fast that your website may look dated only after a few years. Your website may be especially frightening if you use dated font type, small photos, mundane colors and small, sparse copy with unstructured formats.
A dental referral program is quite likely the number one most important form of marketing for a dental practice. Receiving a large quantity of referrals tell you a lot about the success of your practice. If you are not getting any referrals or just a few here and there, chances are you are doing something wrong and your patients are not happy with their experience.