Haven’t Heard Our Podcast? What Are You Waiting For?

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In case you’re late to the game, podcasts are WILDLY POPULAR! During our long commutes to work, time on the treadmill, or even as we drift off to sleep, podcasts are keeping us entertained and engaged in what is happening around us. If you haven’t discovered the wonders of podcasts, consider this: As of June 2018, Apple confirmed that there were over 525,000 active podcasts and over 18.5 million podcast episodes. Sure … people still talk about news, television, and movies, but podcasts are providing material for ALL of those mediums!

What Does This Have To Do With YOU?

Believe it or not, there are several podcasts dedicated to dentistry. We happen to love one in particular: The My Dental Agency Podcast. It may seem like we’re tooting our own horn, but when we made the Off The Cusp list of dental industry podcasts, we knew we were on to something. Our podcasts are intended to help YOU bring your practice to the next level by providing information on subjects such as:

  • Converting leads into patients
  • How Pay-Per-Click can work for you
  • Why customized content is superior to templated material
  • Why current patient retention is as important as acquiring new patients
  • And SO MUCH MORE!

Tune In!

The information we present in The My Dental Agency Podcast is marketing GOLD! Not only do we provide information about how to grow your practice, we also give tips on how you can implement these changes on your own or with the help of your team members. Whether you use the Podcast feature on your iPhone or Android, an app such as Stitcher, or good old-fashioned web searches, make sure you tune in to The My Dental Agency Podcast before you miss out on a single minute of our marketing expertise.

Sources:
Off The Cusp. (2018). Lend an Ear to These 15 Dental Industry Podcasts – Off The Cusp.
[online] Available at: https://www.offthecusp.com/lend-an-ear-to-these-15-dental-industry-podcasts/ [Accessed 10 Oct. 2018].
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