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By March 13, 2013 January 28th, 2021 4 Comments

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Measuring Social Media ROI For Dentists

WE’RE OFTEN ASKED, “What is the return on investment (ROI) of social media in a typical dental practice?” While some social media gurus deflect the question, we love to answer it. Some have coined terms like “Return On Influence” or “Return On Relationships” as substitutes for ROI. While such concepts are valid and useful, there’s no adequate substitute for the return on investment discussion or its relevance—especially for a dental practice.


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Let’s Get Started Helping Your Practice Harness The Power Of Social Media Marketing

Measuring social media ROI for dentists is important—provided that it’s done with the right mindset and in the right context. Give us a call and let’s visit about how social media can support your practice’s marketing efforts.

4 Comments

  • Gary Small DMD, FAGD says:

    Have existing twitter, facebook,pinterest, link-in, Need to talk with someone on mergering to one account as office. Would want to post own stuff as well as Social Media post Do you have different fees as to how much you ppost versus we post ourselves?

    • Jack Hadley says:

      Thanks for your question, Gary. I will have someone reach out to you tomorrow.

    • Adrian Lefler says:

      Gary,
      Our monthly fee is a set fee that doesn’t move up or down according to how much you post. Dental offices participate in the social media campaign as much as they have time allocated to participate. We strongly encourage that an office allocates at least 10-15 minutes a day. If the practice can put more time into the campaign they will build their online community faster and get greater results.
      As to your other question about merging your social accounts… I’m not sure I understand exactly what you are asking. Can we jump on the phone some time today. You can email me at adrian@mysocialpractice.com or call me at 801-919-1991.

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