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As a dentist in the digital age, you understand that your brand is key to your success. Your marketing strategy must incorporate a strong online presence in order to stand among the competition.
You know that how you build and maintain your website directly correlates to your placement in a Google search, but do you happen to know what all those different sections on the actual search page mean… and what you can do to appear in any/all of those sections?
We may be a dental marketing firm here at TNT Dental, but we know that we only succeed when our clients succeed. Maintaining the relationships with our dental practices and the people behind them doesn’t just happen organically; it requires hard work, active listening and exceptional growth leaders to cultivate that relationship.
Overseeing our client relationships as well as all operational functions at TNT is no small task; that’s why we have our Practice Growth Director of Operations, Michelle Kupper, leading those charges. She’s responsible for leading the team of Growth Leaders. You may remember our profile on Relationship Expert Lindsey Campbell last year; her work as an account manager to our clients funnels up through Michelle.
If you were to ask most of your fellow dentists if they know the number of new patients coming in each month, you can bet that the majority can rattle off that number with no problem. But, what if I were to ask you to tell me how many of your existing patients come back per month? Would that be as easy? I’d bet not. You see, most dentists spend so much time focusing on getting new patients that they forget you have to always keep recruiting and enticing your existing patients to come back to you.
As you can imagine, knowing the number of return patients over a six-month period is critical to building your practice. It also helps you to assess whether or not you’re wasting your money on new patient marketing. If you’re spending money on patients who are one-and-done, then you’re just throwing your money out the window. Instead, you need to be focusing on marketing efforts that will turn your existing patients into good, long-term patients.
Dental businesses need dental insurance like a flower needs rain; money coming in from insurance helps them stay afloat. In fact, over half the revenue of dental practices is funded by dental insurance – that plays a big role!
Dental insurance is a significant factor not only for dentists, but especially patients. As a dentist and a patient, you understand how it plays a part in your revenue, but also how it hits your personal pocketbook when you flip on the other side of the chair and play the role of patient. Each type of insurance has its pros and cons that work for dentists and patients on a case-by-case basis. In this article, we’ll go into how you can navigate the insurance waters and work them both to yours and your patients’ advantage.
Just take a minute and think about how many videos you watch each day. Don’t forget those scrolling videos in your Facebook timeline, the links to a YouTube page or the stories on either your favorite newscast or news station’s website. Is it five? Ten? Twenty, or more? Go ahead, don’t be ashamed, because you’re in good company. According to Forbes, a third of all the time people spend online is dedicated to watching videos.
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