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Automate Your Patient Follow Up Process

By | June 24th, 2011|Cosmetic Dentist Marketing, Cosmetic Surgeon Marketing, Internal Marketing, Practice Reputation|

If you're running a dental, medi spa, ophthalmology or plastic surgery practice then chances are you're using some sort of scheduling software. If you're not then you seriously need to consider exactly how much time your receptionists are spending making appointment reminders and following up with patients. Patient reminder software, like the popular Smile Reminder, [...]

Make Your Medical Practice Stand Out Using Social Media

By | June 15th, 2011|Med Spa Marketing, Medical Marketing, Social Networking|

Much like when websites grew in popularity and became a must for most medical practices in the early 2000s, social media has grown dramatically in popularity over the past two years. Social media has grown from something that people were interested in, but unsure of the value, to something that medical practices need to get [...]

Aesthetic Physicians’ Reputations Are Formed On Review Sites

By | November 25th, 2010|Cosmetic Surgeon Marketing|

With the growth of social media over the past few years, more and more physicians, surgeons and doctors are finding out what others are saying about their practice before they know. Like any profession, these medical professionals are susceptible to reviews. More importantly, the availability of these reviews to the average consumer has increased the amount of research that people [...]

Importance of Review Sites for Your Cosmetic Practice

By | October 13th, 2010|Cosmetic Surgeon Marketing, Lead Generation|

Every successful cosmetic surgery center should always be actively looking for patients. However, your practice should also be positioned so that patients can find you (without you having to find them). I've mentioned in a previous article the importance of SEO for your aesthetic practice. I've also touched on what you need to know to [...]

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