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Your marketing efforts will be key to attracting patients and a major factor in your practice’s success. Whether you create a basic program or something more comprehensive, it’s important to have a plan in place. Evaluating your marketing efforts on a regular basis can help you identify what works best in achieving your goals.
Telehealth may be new to your patients. Make them feel at ease by helping staff reduce assumptions.
Due to COVID-19 containment measures, you may be experiencing some down time at your practice. Here are some tips to use this time to continue working on other aspects of your business.
Thank you. Now more than ever, these two little words can make a world of difference in marketing your practice.
News releases are articles emailed to local media (newspapers, radio, TV and community websites) to share newsworthy information. The information can be about your practice, about chiropractic care, or your activities in the community.
Have you considered using your office space in your marketing efforts? Digital signage might be a great way to communicate with your patients!
It always feels good to give back to the community you live and practice in. You get to do something positive for someone else, work with others toward a common goal and gain valuable perspective.
So, once you've decided to take this step, how do you decide where to volunteer?
It may be easier to decide when you consider the following:
When marketing your practice, you want to stand out, setting yourself apart from your competition. You want people to know you're "the best" and that they can expect "exceptional care" from you; however, you may not want to use those exact words or other superlatives that may inflate patient expectations.
It's no secret people's attention spans are getting shorter by the day. That means you have to be clear and concise, but also interesting! You have to share something that gets and keeps attention, whether you're chatting with someone, crafting a radio spot, or writing social media content.
You don't have to sell-sell-sell to reap the rewards of Instagram.
There are several types of intellectual property rights for small business owners to be aware of, and in Part I of this series, I am going to talk about the basics of copyright, provide an overview of common copyright misconceptions, and share some practical pointers for small businesses.
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