Do you know newsletters are a great form of marketing, but just need a few notions to spruce up your copy and design? Look no further. We’ve got nine ideas that will keep your direct mail marketing content interesting, fun
Our dental offices report time and time again that the most crucial factor in their teams operating efficiently and effectively is great communication between staff members. However, putting this critical element into practice is usually easier said than done. With
2015 has come and gone. People all over the world will spend the next few weeks trying to get to the gym more, cut things out of their diet, or make other lifestyle changes to be a better version of
Autumn is a favorite time of year for many people. Whether it’s the changing leaves, crisp fall nights, thrill of Halloween or the anticipation of holiday planning- the end of the year brings with it loads of fun and excitement.
In honor of back to school, let’s talk about ways to make your practice more appealing to kids. Let’s face it, a trip to the dentist office isn’t the average person’s idea of a fun or relaxation destination. For many
Our dentists consistently report back that direct mail marketing continues to be a top performer when it comes to marketing their dental practices. Whether your tactic is postcards or newsletters, both provide the opportunity for a great return with a
There’s definitely mixed feelings in the world of dentistry when it comes to regular staff meetings. Perhaps, “We don’t have time for meetings,” “They don’t accomplish anything,” or “We get along great without them,” are excuses you’ve heard from your
It’s now March, how are the first two Dental Resolutions improving the dynamic of your practice? According to Statistic Brain only 64% of New Year’s resolution makers maintain their goals for over one month, so congrats on sticking to it!
The next resolution we suggest is to gather and interpret data to improve your business. You are obviously very involved in the happenings of your practice and no doubt have a sense for how things are running. However, solid data
Happy New Year from everyone here at The Dental Press! We hope that 2014 was a great year for you and that 2015 brings even more happiness, excitement and opportunity. In the spirit of the New Year, over the course