& build a community
The way people communicate online may change, but social media isn’t going anywhere. Learning various social platforms can help you generate awareness about your practice. It also creates a space where online users (especially mobile) can interact with your practice.
What to expect in this course…
Social Media for your Practice
Take a look into the data and statistics that prove the value and effectiveness of social media. Also learn how it directly applies to your dental practice.
Social Media for your Dentists (Coming Soon)
It takes time to build an audience on a business social media page. However, dentists with an existing network can leverage their audience to provide value and information about their work.
Social Media for Multi-location Practices (Coming Soon)
For multi-location practices, it can be a challenge to develop the brand of individual locations through social channels. We walk you through how to create and manage these pages effectively.
With a massive online audience, Facebook is a great source for generating new patients. But creating effective and engaging content is a must for a highly saturated platform. Learn how to stand out and get more appointments through Facebook.
Understanding the demographics and psychographics of Instagram users will help you connect with your local audience. Learn how to leverage this social channel to raise awareness on your brand and generate new patients.
Are you ready to take marketing into your own hands?
HOW DO YOU COMPARE?
Average spending on marketing services per month
There are a lot of dental offices to compete with out there. It’s important to stay within a healthy budget, but also critical to invest in the growth of your practice. Do an analysis of your nearby competition to see how your dental marketing efforts compare.
What to expect
from DIY courses
We know how busy dental teams can be. Trying to manage calls, appointments, insurance, accounting and lab work can be time-consuming and unpredictable. With unlimited access to dental marketing courses, you can set your own learning schedule and pace.
Give a person a fish and you'll feed them for a day. Teach a person how to fish and you'll feed them for a lifetime. Instead of always paying for marketing services and being left in the dark, empower your team to learn new skills. New skill that will benefit your practice and the bottom line.
The choice has always been: Do I outsource my marketing, or do I try to guess the best marketing for my practice? With dental marketing training, you can develop a firm understanding on dental marketing techniques to free you from this dilemma.