An Honest Assessment
Deep down inside, you know it.
You’ve known it for a while now. It’s something that’s been gnawing at you because you know you need it, but you don’t know where to go, who to trust, or where to start. It’s something nerds tend to, not dentists. Maybe you’ve tried some services but you’re still not getting out of it what you think you should get. You’re not alone. Using the Web successfully has rapidly become a big concern for many practices.
There are three primary functions of using the Web.
Consider how each one applies to your practice."
The Web should be an active part of your practice
Your gut instincts about the Web are correct. Web statistics show that online searches for dental and medical-related services are now exponentially surpassing yellow page or regional print directory lookups. You probably already know that the Web is now the preferred place to communicate and get information. It’s time to get in on it and use it. The Web can and should be an active part of your practice. This and subsequent articles in this series are designed to help you through the process of planning and selecting the Web services you should be using.
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Certified nerd, Parl Johnson, was recently published in Aesthetic Dentistry Magazine. Click here to read his latest article and remove the mystery from the web.