Tag Archive: practice growth

Chiropractic Marketing is NOT to Get New Patients!

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If you think chiropractic marketing is done to get new patients then two things are true: You are sadly mistaken and you are way overworked and underpaid! Okay, so this article is written because I finally snapped! There have been…
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What to Pay Marketing CAs and Why You Should

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There is much mystery and confusion, even arguments surrounding what to pay Marketing CAs. Is there a formula or at least some hope? Short answer? Yes. But that isn’t the entire story. For you have probably experienced that trying to pay…
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The Secret to Referral-Based Practice Growth

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Google by Frank Sardella Trying to discover how to create patient referrals, docs err in asking “Why don’t patients refer?” And, there ends any chiropractic patient referral program. Perhaps the most sought-after form of low-budget chiropractic marketing is the coveted…
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10 Ways to Get a Patient

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Google by Frank Sardella With So Many Chiropractic Marketing Methods Available, Within the Confines of a Limited Budget, How Do You Pick? Ways and means of new-patient procurement abound, but with only so much to spend, it can be a difficult…
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6 Ways to Put an End to New Patient No-Shows

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Google by Frank Sardella Chiropractic marketing is all “fun and games” until someone doesn’t show for their appointment, the most frustrating part of screening, lecturing or advertising. Whether running a print ad or commercial, doing a dinner talk or a screening, there are 3 things…
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Is ‘Affordable Care’ Stunting Your Practice Growth?

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Google Chiropractic Marketing Crisis. No, here is not the start of a political treatise on healthcare reform, nor is there intention to stir up controversy. It’s not even a discussion about coverage issues. By now you have investigated so-called “Affordable…
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