Once upon a time, we all lived in small towns, or at least tight-knit communities and neighborhoods. If you needed your hair cut you’d go to Kelly’s Barber Shop. You bought your sandwiches from Bob’s Subs. And the pharmacy on the corner didn’t belong to Walgreens. Businesses didn’t have to market, network, advertise, tweet or blog about their services to get and keep their customers. They offered their goods and services, and people came for them. It’s how business was done. That was then. Welcome to the real world!
If you think you can rely on your practice growing and thriving by being passive, stop and think again. You must be proactive. Even if you’re located in a sparsely populated burg, the town folk now have the Internet, smartphones, and other techie gadgets to check you out and compare you to your competition. If you don’t get your head in the game and take a fresh look at your physical plant, the technology you use, your online presence and reputation, and your practice team, you might as well throw in the towel.
In this webinar, you’ll learn the 12 signs that your practice is stuck and will lose business to the competition—and what to do about it!