Category Archives: Chiropractic Marketing

WEBINAR: Turning Reviews Into New Patients

Did you know that 85% of consumers trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation? That means your online reputation is just as important as your real-world reputation. Join Perfect Patients Marketing Team Leader, Randi Grant, as she interviews our resident online reviews expert, Alicia Hardy. In this 25-minute, information-packed webinar, you’ll learn: The […]

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Chiropractic Digital Marketing 101: Part 2 of 2

Continuing in our overview of key chiropractic digital marketing terms, we’re going to discuss six more topics. If you missed the first post or just want to check it out again, then you can read it here. Digital marketing can seem complicated but it really doesn’t have to be. Let’s go through this together so […]

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Chiropractic Digital Marketing 101: Part 1 of 2

Digital marketing and chiropractic care are closer related than what it might seem at first sight. Just as chiropractic has its own vocabulary, so too does chiropractic digital marketing. They both may seem intimidating but once broken down are much more relatable and accessible. Let’s break down the topic into a few key terms together […]

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WEBINAR: 10 Chiropractic Marketing Tips

Looking for ways to improve your chiropractic marketing strategy, but not sure where to start? In this webinar, Bill Esteb will outline 10 ideas you can implement quickly to enhance your practice marketing and start seeing more new patients. This webinar is for you if… You want to get your name out into the community […]

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Attract More New Patients with Google My Business Posts

Did you know you can beef up your Google Maps listing with posts announcing special events, services, or products? This new Google My Business feature allows you to appeal to more new patients right in your search results listing. And it may even give your ranking a little boost. Why Google My Business is So […]

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