Are you planning to grow your patient base in 2019? I bet your answer is a resounding, “YES!” Well, I’ve got one dental marketing idea that will help you do just that!
Icon of a person with a large red pencil check-marking boxes. Tough decisions are made that much more easily when supported by the appropriate information. Asking questions in patient satisfaction surveys about your dental marketing efforts could help you streamline the process in the long run to ensure a maximum return on investment, along with the most optimal conversion rates.
Multiple colorful circular icons. In the cluttered marketplace, businesses have minimal time to grab the attention of prospective customers and retain their interest long enough to communicate a sales pitch.
Family of three smiling. If you've ever taken the time to log into an old email account - an address you've abandoned, but never cancelled - you might discover that droves of personalized content are still sent to you daily.
Older woman and her daughter. Here are some tips on how to effectively highlight special brand offers at your dental practice.
Large healthy looking tree One way for dental practices to differentiate from each other is by promoting environmental habits.
Mail polished fingers typing on a keyboard. Here are some tips on how to write efficacious subject lines for dental practice email marketing.
Calendar with pencil looking to mark off a date. The truth is that email marketing continues to be one of the strongest and most popular means of communication between companies and customers.
Dentist with glasses wearing a lab coat. Here are some key characteristics about dentists and dental practices that are important to new patients.
Woman whispering to another woman. Here are some tips on how to earn a patient's trust.
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