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July 27th, 2018

How the Diversification of Your Dental Practice Can Help Expand Your Digital Reach

Expand Your Digital Reach with these 4 Tips Dental practices across America are rebranding themselves as Dental Spas, not only offering standard dental procedures, but also massage, facials, aromatherapy, and the relaxing ambiance of a traditional day spa. This practice of rebranding and diversifying a practice can allow patients to let go of some of their […]

October 25th, 2017

Provide Your Patients with an Exceptional Experience – OperaDDS

If your practice is yearning to increase productivity and provide some of the most technologically advanced services in the industry, OperaDDS is the perfect place to start. This communication system is for successful dentists who are looking to improve communication within the office, with patients and grow their practice! This efficient and comprehensive communication system […]

July 26th, 2017

Beginner’s Guide to Dental Digital Marketing

People are spending more time online now than ever before, which means your online marketing efforts are becoming more and more important. The term digital marketing encompasses a variety of activities including search engine optimization, social media, and websites to connect with current and potential patients. What Is Digital Marketing? Given the rapid evolution of […]

January 7th, 2016

Are Your Social Media Efforts Paying Off?

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A lot of small businesses, dental practices included, put some degree of time, money, and/or effort into their social media presence. However, judging the effectiveness of your social media efforts can be difficult to say the least.

This article from Social Media Today does a great job of providing tips to help you the true value behind your strategy on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and other social channels.

The first tip, which is to be clear about your social media objectives, is probably the most important. As dentists, you can use your social media channels in many different ways to help your overall business.

Are you using it primarily to find new patients?
If so, make sure your strategy is able to capture and report any leads back to your social media pages. These efforts should include promoting your special offers and directing potential patients to your dental practice website to boost conversion chances.

Are you using social media to generate engagement in the community?
If so, you’ll want to make sure you highlight happy patients that have come through your office and strive to accumulate positive reviews. Additionally, you can post on happenings in the community that don’t necessarily have to do with dentistry. Earning trust and a good following can turn your patients into a strong referral base. Remember: 77% of referrals are now done digitally, especially on social media!

To help you gauge your social media’s true value, check out the rest of the article.

November 17th, 2015
ProDentist

Announcing our Partnership with The Progressive Dentist!

We are proud to announce that VivioSites and The Progressive Dentist will be working together! As of November, VivioSites will be a preferred partner and will give special discounts in services to all Progressive Dentist members! For a little background on The Progressive Dentist, here are a few words from Bonnie Hixson, the founder and […]

September 29th, 2015
Lead generation

Try These 6 Useful Tips for Generating More Leads

Starting a small business can be hard. Growing a small business can be even harder. If you’re a small business owner yourself, don’t be disheartened. Below, six successful small business owners share their number one tip for generating more leads. “My best lead generating tip is to give them information rather than selling.

September 25th, 2015
Interact with Your Millennial Patients

4 Ways to Better Interact with Your Millennial Patients

According to Wikipedia, “Millennials (also known as the Millennial Generation or Generation Y) are the demographic cohort following Generation X. There are no precise dates when the generation starts and ends; most researchers, demographers, and commentators use birth years ranging from the early 1980s to early 2000s.” These young people, aged from 18 to 35, will be a very important part of […]