Whether you’ve been in practice for three months or thirty years, there is always a benefit to growing your patient base without spending unnecessary amounts of money.
In this quick video, I’ll discuss:
How to become an established authority in your community while your practice is “slow”
The fastest way to grow your practice with minimal investment
How to create the right atmosphere for internal growth
The fastest way to establish a footprint within your local market
****Reminder**** The 60% off Early Bird pricing for the Dental Success Summit 2015 expires in just two days! Don’t miss the opportunity to get 14 C.E. credits and learn from some of the profession’s best speakers in Scottsdale, AZ on March 20-21, 2015.We look forward to seeing you there!
Have you ever seen the television show Shark Tank?
In a nutshell, it’s a reality T.V. show that showcases budding entrepreneurs who present their product or service ideas to a panel of would-be investors.
It’s become a runaway hit for ABC and the panel of investors have become sudden celebrities.
Although I didn’t exactly appear on the show, several weeks ago, I was asked to speak on stage at the Information Marketing Summit in Costa Mesa, California with one of the original Sharks, Kevin Harrington.
Kevin is considered the godfather of the infomercial and is personally responsible for several billion dollar product launches (yes, that’s Billion with a B.) He created the brand “As Seen on TV,” and his personal net worth is estimated to be between $450-$500 million.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve had the privilege of speaking on stage beside Olympians, television personalities, professional athletes and even a 7-time heavy weight world champion. But I have to admit, sharing the stage with a “Shark,” was pretty cool!
You may be asking yourself why the promoters of this event would ask a small town dentist to present to a group of 300 entrepreneurs attending a seminar on online internet marketing…
The bottom line is, business is business and whether you’re selling widgets, online information products or dental services, building a relationship with your prospects is of paramount importance, and that’s what they asked me to talk to the audience about.
If you’ve followed my videos or blog posts for any length of time, you know that I am a firm believer in making sure that we have certain systems in place so that our teams can create an atmosphere of trust, rapport and consistency within our practices.
Whether you realize it or not, each interaction (touch point) that your patients have with any person on your team, is marketing and sales.
If you’d like to learn more about the steps that it will take to bring your practice to the next level in 2015, there’s still time to take advantage of our 60% discount registration to the Dental Success Summit, 2015.