COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY MARKETING

Attracting more patients shouldn't be like pulling teeth!

COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY MARKETING

Attracting more patients shouldn't be like pulling teeth!

COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY MARKETING

Attracting more patients shouldn't be like pulling teeth!

COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTISTRY MARKETING

Attracting more patients shouldn't be like pulling teeth!

The American medical industry is full of regulations that are designed to protect patients, employees, and hospitals. In a setting so heavily regulated, it can be difficult for health care providers to keep up with the changing world of marketing. Unfortunately, if your practice doesn’t direct some effort toward modern marketing techniques, you will miss out on a large base of potential patients.

Traditional and expensive forms of marketing such as billboards, commercials, and flyers – known as outbound marketing – are no longer effective. Today’s consumers have learned to tune out these disruptive messages and instead are looking for companies that are successful at providing value and building relationships with their audience. In order to effectively reach an audience that can benefit from your services, you should embrace inbound marketing.

Inbound marketing & your dental practice

Inbound marketing is designed to optimize your web presence by making your practice accessible to the large volume of potential clients browsing the web for information. Before you think that online presence isn’t especially relevant in the medical industry, take a look at this statistic: according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, in 2013, 68% of cosmetic dentistry patients felt that providing information online was important for cosmetic dentistry practices. If your practice isn’t seen as having a strong online presence, that 68% may gravitate toward another practice that operates in the area.

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Inbound marketing & your dental practice

Inbound marketing is designed to optimize your web presence by making your practice accessible to the large volume of potential clients browsing the web for information. Before you think that online presence isn’t especially relevant in the medical industry, take a look at this statistic: according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, in 2013, 68% of cosmetic dentistry patients felt that providing information online was important for cosmetic dentistry practices. If your practice isn’t seen as having a strong online presence, that 68% may gravitate toward another practice that operates in the area.

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Contact AGENCY H for help with setting your dental practice up as a successful inbound marketer

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Contact AGENCY H for help with setting your dental practice up as a successful inbound marketer