Graig Presti, 4x Inc. 500/5000 CEO of Local Search For Dentists® and Prominent San Fransisco Internet Law Attorney, Karl Kronenberger, Discuss “Why Dentists Should Make Their Websites ADA Compliant Or Face Potential Litigation.” Here’s what you’ll learn: Why Dentists Are “Low Hanging Fruit” For Plaintiffs Attorney’s and ADA Lawsuits Why Adding An “Accessibility Link” To Your Practice Website Won’t Make Your… Read More »
13 Ways To Get 5 STAR Online Patient Reviews
I don’t usually do this, but let’s get theoretical for just a second: Every satisfied patient of yours should bring you more patients, right? The ideal is for word-of-mouth to do all the work—for your happy patients to refer their friends and family to you, who in turn become patients. But what if you’re not quite at that stage? No… Read More »
How Google Destroyed Your Dental Practice Website
“I find your lack of Google presence disturbing.” – Darth Vader, if he worked in dental marketing NERD ALERT.It was a rare weekend for me…no plans, and some extra free time. So I induldged myself with one of my favorite pasttimes; watching the original Star Wars trilogy.* And it struck me — Google, as much as I love their creativity… Read More »
UPDATE: “Another Year. More Bankrupt Dentists.”
Last year around this exact time I wrote a very polarizing blog post that garnered a lot of media attention from the dental community and was viewed by over 103,175 dentists on Social Media that boldly predicted 2021 would be “the year of the bankrupt dentist”. There are often times in my career that I wish I was dead wrong,… Read More »
Learn How Dr. French Moore III has gotten 450+ Five-Star Google Reviews and More New Patients Than Ever, Even During The Covid-19 Pandemic!
We’re averaging about 350 calls tracked from the numbers — tracking numbers that you put out there; that’s 350 a month. We have probably over 400 (450+) Google reviews; more than any of the other dentists in our area and we’ve averaged 73 new patients a month after Covid.
3 Warning Signs That Your Practice Won’t Survive The Pandemic, and How To Fight Back (DO NOT IGNORE THIS!)
I’m sitting in my office, sipping on a cup of hot tea with lemon. My voice gave out yesterday, because I’ve been fielding hundreds of emails, calls and text messages every day for the last two months. These are coming from desperate dentists, worried about what is going to happen, how they’ll pay their bills, make payroll and get new… Read More »
Connecticut dentist caught trying to convince underage girl to meet him for sex
Scott David Cohen, DDS of Trumbull, CT, has been arrested on the charge that he tried to entice (who he thought was) a 15-year girl into meeting him for sex. Aside from this alleged horrific, deviant act by a member of our tribe (I can only hope for not much longer), I want you to stop and think about something… Read More »
“Old School” Website Dental SEO Is Dead. Unless You’re Doing This, You’re Flushing Time & Money Down The Drain.
Let’s start off by defining “SEO” or “Search Engine Optimization” because there are a lot of companies, marketers, and others selling dentists on these jargon type terms that have been watered down over the years. SEO is just a tool. You can optimize anything online these days and some are beneficial, while others are a waste of time and money.… Read More »
Learn How Jeff Dalin, DDS Is Breaking Onto The First Page Of Google After Only A Few Months WITHOUT Spending Thousands On Marketing!
Click The “Play” Button Below To Get All The Details! Don’t like to watch video? Just read the transcription below…. Dr. Dalin: After starting to use Local Search For Dentists®, things became more relaxing around here as far as figuring out what to do online. I’ve been involved with the Internet since dentistry started to get involved. But it was… Read More »
The Hard Truths About Your Practice You Must Accept If You’re To Grow
Guest post by Jerry Jones To be successful in any endeavor – whether it’s business in general, the delivery of top-flight dental care, or whatever, you must be willing to do three things: Seek out, acknowledge, and most importantly, act to address the hard truths or realities you discover – if you are to ever experience sustainable, long-term, healthy growth… Read More »