Boost Your Dental Practice Revenue Health

The economy is starting to look pale and sickly. Times are getting tougher and leaner. Yet the best defense is proactive treatment. It is time to open up the floodgates with multiple dental marketing concepts that push the envelope of revenue generating potential, while keeping your budget at bay!

BELOW are three quick strategies to increase your dental patient numbers and turn things around!

1) Online Dental Marketing Channel
-- generate more local searches for less than $2,000 per year
-- totally self contained system of advertising - no website needed
-- national group with many other national websites as partners
-- great features including adding dental videos

2) Direct Mail, Powered to Balance Your Dental Marketing Budget!
-- choose your system

A -- Go Scalable: Start Your Budget at $399 per month and get...
-- personalized dental postcards going to new movers and high value households
-- you determine the campaign with the guidance you need and want
-- Postage, addresses, printing, designs, mailing, and more

B -- Take This Prescription: Start low and move to custom
-- dental marketing postcards as low as $0.06 per card
-- choose your design, add your dental logo, text and get it done

3) Dental Website Online Dominance Strategies
  • Assisted Dental Blogging, which adds SEO power to your web repertoire
    • includes unique content, territory exclusivity, and more
  • Custom Dental Videos that speak YOUR words, which "walk right out" of your website
  • Custom Dental Websites - actually unique - with power to boost your dental web presence
Give patients the dental health they deserve. Give your practice the revenue health it requires.

Call 866-453-1026 ext 251
and achieve a healthy independence for all!
-- Email Niche Dental
Happy 4th of July!

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