Marketing

9 steps to effectively advertise new services for a higher profit [VIDEO]Let's say you've decided recently to offer a new service to your patients. Maybe you are offering E4D CAD/CAM technology that you are excited about; however, your patients don’t even know you have this slick new CAD/CAM unit.
4 steps to handling negative online reviews and posts [VIDEO]You may have been reluctant to enter the social media world because you’re worried someone may post something negative about you. Or maybe there is that one bad review on a website that you cringe at the thought of. 
How to harness the power of relationship building for dental practice success [VIDEO]Building relationships of trust and value is something we all work to do each and every day. It is through these actions that our relationships become stronger, deeper and allow both parties to achieve greater success. 
How to use Google+ effectively in your dental practiceYou have probably heard a lot about the importance of being found on Google as a dentist. With more and more people relying on search engines to find dentists in their area, becoming at least somewhat familiar with how to use Google products is a necessity for dentists today.
5 ways to boost the whitening portion of your dental practice
5 tips for successful e-newsletters [VIDEO]Follow these newsletter goals and you will be on your way to positively communicating with your patients, and better yet ... increasing your bottom line.
5 reasons you should get on social media1. Your clients are into social media More dentists are turning to social media to promote their practices, and it’s a great tool for labs as well. Tweet about specials your lab is offering.
Top 5 reasons dentists should get socialAre you using social media to promote your dental practice? If not, here are 5 reasons you should be.
E-Newsletters: Reach your patients wherever they are [VIDEO]Increase your bottom line with these e-newsletter tips and tricks in this week’s Morning Huddle video.
Dental office advertisingPicture this: A poster featuring a boy in old-fashioned short pants and with a bandaged face scrawling “Liar” in chalk on the wall of a dental office with a sign that reads “Painless Dentist.”