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As I walked through the aisles of my local office supply store (a national chain store) bright and early on Monday morning, I was in a hurry and needed a few quick items to be on my way.  Truthfully, I dread going to the office supply store; I rarely can find what I need without

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YouTube can give your practice an edge that other sites can’t: searchable, low-cost video exposure that engages and informs current and possible patients. Foraying into the world of web video can sound intimidating for medical professionals. But believe us- you do not need an audio/visual background to utilize YouTube as an effective marketing tool. Let

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…That’s my corny reference to the rising importance of the “Modern Mom”. More and more, medical practices must cater to this new breed of customer. Not only does research show she controls almost 75 percent of US consumer spending, but she is tech-savvy, well-educated and taking time away from demanding work to raise her family.

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Seeing your practice through the eyes of your patients allows you to enhance the patient experience to dramatically increase referral volumes

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Protect your online reputation while developing strong relationships with your patients through innovative social media solutions

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Ensure every marketing dollar spent produces measurable results

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Help your practice stand out from the competition by making your people the differentiating factor

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    Just last week, Dr. Melissa Young took to the internet to vent her frustration. She had finally googled herself, and was shocked by her reviews on doctor rating sites like healthgrades.com. “At first glance, my one-star ratings in nearly every category make me look like a horrible physician with no bedside manner, whom no

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