Hello Hello, Summer is finally here!
That means school's out, time at the lake, and summer vacations.
As we were out and about this summer, I find it so interesting how kids can sleep just about anywhere.
This is my daughter, Brynn, snoozing away on my husband's, Ron, shoulder.
Make sure to plan to take time and celebrate your loved one and what your practice gives you so you can spend time with them this summer, too.
All my best, Ginger
Dr. Ginger Bratzel discusses the correct dental marketing strategy to catch more new dental patients.
When I’m talking about "fishing where the fish are," what I’m talking is about where prospective patients.
If you really want to grow your practice or if you want to do target niche marketing, you have to be where your target patients are.
You need to be in the place where they are hanging out. In real life, If you are fishing in a wrong place or with the wrong bait, you won’t catch anything.
Just like in dental marketing, even if your marketing message is perfect but you are in a wrong spot, you can’t get any patient. Your marketing will just fail each and every time.
That’s the common mistake I found out.
In dental marketing, you have to know where exactly to position yourself to be found by your ideal new patient. The "where and who" of dental marketing makes up 60% of your campaings success.
You have to be familiar where they at. You have to be using the right dental marketing strategy to bring them in.
You have to know what entices your target niche, what are their specific needs or desires that they have and what benefits they really want.
You need to also say all these in patient friendly voice and avoid dental terminology.
How about instead of using those techy phrases that they can’t understand, how aboutsaying something like “Do you want 90% of the chewing force of a natural tooth back.” or “How would you like to say goodbye to a wobble, loose fitting old denture”? Those are the things that patients want to hear.
You have to have the "right bait" or the right message in the right place to connect with your prospect.
Quick exercise: Have a little brainstorming session with your team to determine where this type of people may be and what they want.
Remember, increasing your new patients and growing your practice is just like fishing for that prize catch.