Put yourself out there and get more results in your dental marketing.
Times are changing and it’s time to branch out in your marketing techniques to attract more patients. One way to do that is through Social Media, namely Facebook.
It’s not enough to just place an ad in the local newspaper anymore. In order to get the response you want and need, you have to put yourself out there where your target patients can easily find you. Social Media and Facebook can do that for you by allowing you to branch out and to communicate to a larger group of people at the same time.
It may seem intimidating at first, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some helpful tips on what to do when it comes to spreading your marketing message.
Getting Started: Role of Facebook and Social Media In Growing Your Dental Practice
- Utilizing Facebook Video
I am sharing some insight into the power of video on Facebook. If you have been following me for any amount of time you know that I make a video practice growth strategy for you each week to share and I want to tell you why you should be doing the same. Read more…
- Increasing Your Exposure On Facebook With Your Cover Photo
Facebook is an effective tool for any business, it doesn’t matter what trade you are in and who your target audience is, to get more customers, clients, or patients. So to get more patients for your dental practice, you definitely need to be using Facebook and make sure it’s working effectively for you. Read more….
- Getting Likes On Facebook
I feel like most dentists have felt Facebook was just a fad and were waiting for it to run its course. But in reality it has joined the ranks of the telephone and a website, it is here to stay. With that, Facebook really needs to become a mainstay in your life and most importantly your dental practice. Read more…
- Using Social Media As A Research Tool
You probably look at it every day and you don’t even know it is a valuable tool that could be helping you. I am not talking in the context of posting to your dental office page and keeping it up to date but rather using it as a marketing research tool. It can provide you with invaluable insight into your patient’s heads if you let it. Read more…
And there’s more to come…