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  1. @TheVisibleDentist Secondly, my personal experience since the inception of social media (and working with thousands of professionals) trumps your “high degree´╗┐ of certainty.” If you’re not flooding your website with traffic and getting new patients through the door regularly using online marketing, you’re not doing it the right way.

  2. @TheVisibleDentist Time is your most valuable asset. Social market strategy should incorporate leverage. Most dentists don’t fully understand the value of their time. If you think I recommend them to do this themselves creating another full-time job, you’re 100% mistaken and don’t know much about me.

  3. Nothing is free; any promotion regardless of the so-called ‘free’ medium will always cost your time. I suppose the price is determined by how you value your effort. Beyond this, being involved in the day to day process of online marketing for dentists all over the US, I can say with a high degree of certainty that the channels mentioned in this video primarily represent only obstacles and offer little if any opportunity for dentists to capture dental patients.

  4. Thanks for the tips and strategy for Myspace marketing :)

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