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9 Dental Marketing Tactics to Meet Your Goals

Last updated on October 16th, 2017 at 06:15 pm

Why do you invest in marketing your dental practice?  Perhaps it’s to acquire new patients, build revenue from existing patients, or grow your brand and professional image. Regardless of the reason, developing a solid marketing plan starts with determining your goals.

After you know your goals, you have dozens of marketing tactics to choose from.  There’s direct mail, website promotion, search engine optimization, social media, pay-per-click ads, newspaper, word-of-mouth – it’s enough to make anyone’s head spin. How do you know which areas to spend the most time and money on? Which channels of advertising will help you meet your practice’s goals?

We answer all of these questions and more in our latest webinar, 9 Dental Marketing Tactics to Meet Your Goals. Now it’s available on demand, so you can watch it on your own time here.

Take 25 minutes in this webinar to learn how to:

  • Get more patients by optimizing your website.
  • Decide if online advertising is right for you.
  • Use social media to engage with patients, build your brand and improve your bottom line.

Download the webinar here to discover marketing tips that will help you achieve your practice goals.

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