By now, you’ve probably heard about the viral program taking the internet by storm called Chat GPT. Developed by a company called OpenAI, Chat GPT is a language generation model that uses…Continue Reading >>
Category Archives: Dental Marketing
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Updates to Google Business Profiles
Google has started rolling out a change to the way business owners like yourself access their Google Business Profiles (formerly Google My Business).Continue Reading >>
From social media to website design to Google Ads, we discuss the top 10 dental marketing strategies to implement in 2020 to get more new patients into your practice.Continue Reading >>
We’ve created the following infographic to offer some easy-to-implement ideas for a thriving dental practice during the pandemic… and beyond!Continue Reading >>
To boost the value of your patients, getting them to make regular appointments and refer their friends, you must keep in touch with them. Implementing the right dental practice newsletter templates and emailing your patients regularly is an efficient, low-cost way to do so.Continue Reading >>
How to Get a Competitive Edge
You’ve probably heard the question, “What’s your unique selling proposition?”. In other words, why should a new patient choose you over your competitor?
This is something every dentist should understand before planning their digital marketing strategy.Continue Reading >>
We talk a lot about different digital marketing strategies to get more new patients using the internet. And whilst they are vital for new patient flow, one of the best ways to get new patients easily is through existing patient referrals.Continue Reading >>
You’re used to us talking about website conversion because, well, that’s what we do. We turn website visitors into new patient leads who pick up the phone and call your practice.
But what happens when they call? It’s up to you and your office staff to…Continue Reading >>
No matter what's going on in the world, your community, or your individual practice, there are always patients that need re-engaging. For one reason or another, some patients haven't been coming in for routine care, or they've been ignoring an oral health issue, and it's time to bring them back. Here we'll outline three specific […]Continue Reading >>