The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same By: Dr. Janie Boyesen August is a month full of changes—parents and children start thinking about the return to school, and the relatively “less” scheduled days of summer come to an end—signaled by my local King...
Lean-in to Marketing By: Ms. Minal Sampat, RDH, BA You may be an amazing clinical dentist but if you aren’t marketing your skills and practice properly, potential patients won’t know. As a healthcare professional, marketing may not be what excites you but it’s...
Launching Back into Practice Strong: In Every Crisis Lies An Opportunity – -By: Kim McGuire Unprecedented,” “New Normal,” “Uncertain.” These are the overused phrases and words describing this time. Certainly you and your business have been through a lot the last...
How to Take Advantage of Today’s Marketing Trends: An Old-Fashioned Approach By: Patrick ChavoustieOften, dentists are overly consumed with being “state of the art” or “trendsetters” when it comes to marketing their dental practice. In my day-to-day...
5 Social Media Challenges and How to Overcome Them By: Rita Zamora Ms. Zamora will be speaking at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Dental Convention (RMDC) Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 9:30am and 2:30pm. The social media marketing landscape continues to evolve and shift. Some...
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