Social Media Training for Dentists

Social Media Training for Better Dental Practice

Social Media Training for Dentists: Use the Internet to Bring in New Clients

Most dentists are aware that social media is a proven way to connect with potential clients in their local area.

However, many dentists are still hesitant to start utilizing social media platforms because they think they're going to have trouble using it to accomplish their goals.

If you see the value in using social media for your dental practice but are worried that you're going to end up spinning your marketing wheels, Web Media University can help.

As social media experts, we will guide you through exactly what you need to know to successfully harness the power of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus and Pinterest to connect with potential clients.

How Our Social Media Training Helps Dentist To Make The Most of Social Media

 

Since we want you to see just how much helpful information we have to share, here are several proven tips that will noticeably improve your social media efforts:

Stay Consistent

When you're just getting started with social media, posting updates on a daily basis may seem silly. Since you're only going to be connecting with a small number of people, it's easy to think that you can get away with just posting every now and then. However, the only way to build real momentum and establish a strong presence is through consistency. So by sticking to a schedule, you will begin to see results.

Quality Trumps Quantity

While daily activity is a wise decision, don't feel pressured to flood your profiles with posts. When someone looks at your profile, they are much more likely to follow you if they see a steady stream of quality posts than if you have tons of posts every day but the quality is questionable.

Engage and Ask

Posting content plays a big part in social media. But don't let that overshadow the fact that actual conversations are very important as well. Since your goal is to connect with real people who are current or potential customers, it's important to have conversations.

If this sounds a little overwhelming, you're not alone. Plenty of dentists have reservations about accidentally saying the wrong thing on a social media site. That being said, the good news is there are two simple strategies you can use to get conversations going. The two strategies are responding to questions and asking them.

When someone asks a question related to dentistry and you know the answer, all you have to do is tell them. And if you're wondering how people in your target market feel about a certain topic, you just need to ask. By just focusing on answering and asking, you'll be able to connect with more prospects than you expect.

Now that you've seen how much less confusing social media is when you have a strategy to follow, if you want a comprehensive guide that will allow you to maximize the return you get on what you invest into social media, you should sign up for our training program. In fact, you can try it out with no risk thanks to our 7-day free trial:

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Social Media Training for Better Dental Practice

2016 Calendar
Jan: Marketing Plan Development
Feb: Social Media Tools Review
Mar: Social Media Optimization
Apr: Branding and Advertising
May: Content and Article Marketing
Jun: Video and Blog Marketing
Jul: Email and Mobile Marketing
Aug: Pay Per Click Marketing
Sep: Search Engine Optimization
Oct: Social Media Management
Nov: Building Brand Advocates
Dec: Business Networking and Sales
Each month we will be featuring live webinars from our teachers on the above topics. Get exclusive access as a Web Media University member.
Featured Teacher
  • MICHELLE HUMMEL

    MICHELLE HUMMEL

    Michelle was recently nominated for the Women Owned Business of the Year! CEO of her own full service social media marketing agency Web Strategy Plus.  She holds a valuable degree in Internet Marketing with a strong 15+ year background in the field. She has published 2 books in her series titled, “The Social Media Magnet: everything you need to know to attract customers with social media”, where she shares her best kept secrets to success. Michelle travels Worldwide delivering keynotes and in-depth social media certification training to companies. She founded the Social Media Enthusiasts community with chapters Nationwide. Also a current contributing editor to The Social Media Monthly Magazine. Read More »