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#28: NPI Concierge. Online Appointment Scheduling Made Easy

In this episode of Dental Marketing Mastery, we introduce NPI Concierge, our new software that allows new and existing patients to schedule their own appointments from your website, their social media pages, or their insurance provider’s website. You can learn more about NPI Concierge on our website at http://www.dentalwebcontent.com/concierge_patient_scheduling.html Download Listen Podcast Highlights: Existing patients, specifically …

#27: It’s Not All About You!

In this episode of Dental Marketing Mastery, we tell dentists that it’s not all about you… when it comes to your marketing. So, what should you promote? Download Listen The marketable attributes score card featured in this podcast can be downloaded for free here: http://www.dentalwebcontent.com/marketable_attributes.html Podcast Highlights: Are you promoting the right services? Do you HAVE …

How Do You Thank Patients For Their Referrals?

The holidays cause us to dive into this subject: How do you thank patients for their referrals? First, the predictable caveat: State dental boards each have their own regulations about this topic. Be sure you don’t violate them! There is a concept to fully grasp regarding rewarding referring patients; the Social Exchange VS. the Monetary Exchange. …

New Content Added: 10/13/2016

We added 25 new pieces of content to our library, accessible by Dental Web Content Subscribers. Check them out below: Traditional Style Videos: • Video indicating your office staff speaks Spanish and you’re welcoming new patients. • All-on-4 immediate load implants benefits. • Purpose and benefits of crowns for damaged teeth. • Video indicating that you’re …

What’s Wrong with Emergencies?

Occasionally I pound my spoon on my high chair about some aspect of dental marketing that I feel is being overlooked or under-considered. In this issue my spoon bashing rant is about emergency patients. It’s called: “Why do so many dentists hate emergency patients?” Subtitled: “What’s wrong with making some good dough today?” Yes, I’ve …