Stay Up to Date on the Latest Chiropractic Marketing Strategies

As the editors of the Chiropractic Marketing Guide, we are continually on the hunt for new and better chiropractic marketing ideas, tips and strategies to share with our readers. From first hand experience, we understand how hard it can be to juggle the demands of your chiropractic practice, while still creating time for yourself and your family. Within this site, even the busiest chiropractors will find dozens of easy-to-implement marketing suggestions.

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We also offer plenty of do it yourself options for those docs who are just starting out and need to save money. You’ll get step by step instructions for ways to increase patient satisfaction, how to host a successful patient appreciation day, ideas forGraph of new chiropractic patients getting free publicity and attracting MD and attorney referrals.

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5 Ways to Use QR Codes in Your Chiropractor Marketing

On October 14th, 2011, posted in: Get Free Publicity by 0 Comment

Whether you know it or not, most of you have probably seen a QR code. You’ll find the unique black and white square modules, like the one seen above, pasted inside business doors, on websites, and even on business cards. It seems that QR (quick response) codes have begun to pop up everywhere. But what..

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Could a Negative Online Review Stunt Your Chiropractic Marketing?

On October 5th, 2011, posted in: Chiropractic Marketing by 0 Comment

It’s no secret that more people are using online reviews to help them choose new businesses and services. So it makes sense that a negative review could have an affect on your chiropractic marketing. A new study published by Cone proves the point. Data culled from the responses of over 1000 participants suggests that over..

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