The marketing agency is committed to helping dentists grow their practice with cutting-edge marketing systems. The latest video discusses the results-backed approach the agency takes to ensure optimal growth and maximum ROI.
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Research shows that 77% of patients research online before they commit to signing up with a dentist or visiting the practice in person. The latest video from PracticeFuel empowers dental practices to get found when these searches take place.
The system is designed around three core pillars: the foundation, the fuel, and the floodgates. Businesses are encouraged to create a mobile-responsive and SEO-optimized website, develop their reputation, and use social media to grow their brand.
In the fuel stage of the marketing process, clients can utilize an omnipresence system to work towards better Google rankings and a predictable stream of inbound leads.
The floodgates stage sees practices implementing a follow-up formula, patient re-activation solution, and a re-marketing system designed to increase engagement.
The video explains that most dentists want to start with patient re-activation because it’s proven to be so effective. However, it’s important to have the foundational elements in place in order to enjoy the best success.
PracticeFuel has established a reputation for creating quality marketing systems for specialists across the oral health field. These include orthodontists, dentists, and pediatric dentists.
While many marketing services aim to generate leads that may not be targeted, and therefore are unlikely to turn into patients, PracticeFuel takes a different approach. The team strives to book more appointments for clients with patients who show up and refer.
Each system the agency implements turns leads into patient calls, and the company has doubled patient signup rate across a series of case studies.
Practice managers have added peace of mind from knowing that the specialist agency will handle all of the follow-up, which means dental office’s only have to deal with patients who are ready to book an appointment.
A spokesperson for the agency states: “What do you do when your marketing company says they are doing a great job but you don’t have any more new patients? You call us!”
Interested parties can learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/mypracticefuel
Top Line Management, Inc.
Top Line Management, Inc.
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