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Performance Target: Track the number of referrals and the production from each referral strategy.

Performance Target: Track the number of referrals and the production from each referral strategy. Marketing works best when you track results. Many practices have no idea what their marketing efforts are achieving. By analyzing how many referrals are coming from each promotional activity, as well as the production generated, your practice can fine-tune its marketing program.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “Essential Scripts For Patient Communication,” by clicking here.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice. Yesterday we spoke to six specialty practices that all had the same story. Their practices were fine for many years and then, seemingly out of nowhere, their referrals began to fall off. Unfortunately, this is becoming more common. You’re probably wondering how your practice can avoid this. It starts with awareness. What’s the status of your practice? Are your referrals growing, flat, or declining? If they are flat or declining, it’s time for you to take action. You could implement a referral marketing program, engage a part-time or full-time marketing coordinator, hire a social media company, evaluate your customer service, or hold a strategic planning session. While some of this may seem overwhelming, most of it is very practical and step-by-step driven. You just need to take the first step.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice. Yesterday we spoke to six specialty practices that all had the same story. Their practices were fine for many years and then, seemingly out of nowhere, their referrals began to fall off. Unfortunately, this is becoming more common. You’re probably wondering how your practice can avoid this. It starts with awareness. What’s the status of your practice? Are your referrals growing, flat, or declining? If they are flat or declining, it’s time for you to take action. You could implement a referral marketing program, engage a part-time or full-time marketing coordinator, hire a social media company, evaluate your customer service, or hold a strategic planning session. While some of this may seem overwhelming, most of it is very practical and step-by-step driven. You just need to take the first step.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Performance Target: Track the number of referrals and the production from each referral strategy.

Performance Target: Track the number of referrals and the production from each referral strategy. Marketing works best when you track results. Many practices have no idea what their marketing efforts are achieving. By analyzing how many referrals are coming from each promotional activity, as well as the production generated, your practice can fine-tune its marketing program.

Additional Resource: Read an excerpt from Dr. Levin’s book, “Essential Scripts For Patient Communication,” by clicking here.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Know the status of your practice. Yesterday we spoke to six specialty practices that all had the same story. Their practices were fine for many years and then, seemingly out of nowhere, their referrals began to fall off. Unfortunately, this is becoming more common. You’re probably wondering how your practice can avoid this. It starts with awareness. What’s the status of your practice? Are your referrals growing, flat, or declining? If they are flat or declining, it’s time for you to take action. You could implement a referral marketing program, engage a part-time or full-time marketing coordinator, hire a social media company, evaluate your customer service, or hold a strategic planning session. While some of this may seem overwhelming, most of it is very practical and step-by-step driven. You just need to take the first step.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Seek continual training.

Seek continual training. The demands faced by dental practices are constantly changing… and the only way to keep up is with ongoing training. Staff members should receive training every year in clinical and management areas that are relevant to their positions. With updated skills and knowledge, all team members can continue to provide great service and care to patients.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Seek continual training.

Seek continual training. The demands faced by dental practices are constantly changing… and the only way to keep up is with ongoing training. Staff members should receive training every year in clinical and management areas that are relevant to their positions. With updated skills and knowledge, all team members can continue to provide great service and care to patients.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Seek continual training.

Seek continual training. The demands faced by dental practices are constantly changing… and the only way to keep up is with ongoing training. Staff members should receive training every year in clinical and management areas that are relevant to their positions. With updated skills and knowledge, all team members can continue to provide great service and care to patients.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Seek continual training.

Seek continual training. The demands faced by dental practices are constantly changing… and the only way to keep up is with ongoing training. Staff members should receive training every year in clinical and management areas that are relevant to their positions. With updated skills and knowledge, all team members can continue to provide great service and care to patients.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Seek continual training.

Seek continual training. The demands faced by dental practices are constantly changing… and the only way to keep up is with ongoing training. Staff members should receive training every year in clinical and management areas that are relevant to their positions. With updated skills and knowledge, all team members can continue to provide great service and care to patients.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

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