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Marketing Tips for Dentists
Interested in discovering new and innovative (in addition to the tried-'n-true) ways to more successfully market your dental practice -- both internally and externally? If so, take a couple of seconds now to subscribe to the Marketing Tips for Dentists newsletter. It's FREE and it's full of marketing information that will help you improve your practice marketing and boost your practice profits.
You'll learn how to ... generate new in-house referrals ... determine the most appropriate target audience for your marketing ... create successful print ads, direct mail, radio spots ... incorporate effective e-mail & web site into your marketing mix ... utilize wall space & waiting room reading material to bump-up profits ... close more efficiently and effectively ... and much, much more.
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A Quick, Inexpensive Way To
You'll be surprised how easy it is to incorporate this simple internal marketing tool into your practice. The best part is that it normally generates high quality patients at minimal cost. To get this free Practice Marketing Brief simply click on the title above and then click "Send" when your e-mail program opens. No need to put anything in the subject line. It will be automatically sent to you.
Of The Most Common Mistakes
This Practice Marketing Brief addresses the seven most common mistakes that dentists make when utilizing newspaper and/or magazine advertising. Avoid these seven mistakes and you'll improve the likelihood of your advertising success ten-fold. To get this free Brief simply click on the title above and then click the "Send" when your e-mail program opens. No need to put anything in the subject line. It will be automatically sent to you.
Response To The Dentist-damning
Do you recall the uproar a few years ago over the negative article written about dentists and the dental profession in Reader's Digest? Right after that article came out, a dentist client asked me if I could come up with something to help ameliorate the impact on his patients. I ended up writing a letter to his patients (he signed it) that was printed in his patient newsletter.
The results and feedback from his patients were astoundingly positive. I thought this letter would be of value to you to see how I approached the problem and the steps I took to turn a potentially negative situation into a positive. To get a free copy of it, simply click on the title above and then click "Send" when your e-mail program opens. It will be sent automatically to you.
Along with a sample of the letter, you'll also receive the recommendations I made to this client regarding what he and his staff could do on a daily basis to help overcome any questions or concerns his patients might have over the article. I think you'll enjoy it.