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How Much Should A Dentist Spend On Marketing?

How Much Should A Dentist Spend On Marketing?

There’s no one-size-fits-all online marketing strategy for dentists. The exact types of marketing you need and the amount of money you should spend on marketing will vary from one practice to the next. However, there are certain things that hold true for all dentists trying to come up with a marketing budget. In this post, we’ll tell you how you can determine your dental practice’s marketing budget, and where to go from there.

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Your Guide To Getting More Google Reviews

You'll learn:

  • The benefits of setting up a review program
  • The one mistake you can't afford to make when trying to get reviews
  • The most effective strategy ever in getting positive patient reviews
  • What to do if you get a negative review
  • Exactly what to say to get patients to leave you reviews. We'll even provide a template that you can copy and paste word for word

How Can A Dentist Develop A Unique Selling Proposition?

How Can A Dentist Develop A Unique Selling Proposition?

Developing a niche will allow you to dominate your market.One thing you never hear when you ask somebody what they think about where they live is “Oh, it's great but there's a severe lack of dentists.” Why? Because most anywhere there is a need for a dentist, a practice has already popped up. So instead of focusing solely on the best location for your practice (don't get me wrong, this is very important), you should also spend a good amount of time[…]

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How to Setup Google My Business in 5 Easy Steps

How to Setup Google My Business in 5 Easy Steps

Follow These 5 Steps to Properly Set Up Your Google My Business Account Google Places (Now called Google My Business) is a local businesses’ SEO sidekick. If you’ve got much of a web presence at all, there’s a very good chance you’re listed in Google search results. But are you ranked well, or buried toward the bottom of queries for your own name?

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