Dental Marketing: How to Specifically Target New Dental Patients

Dental Marketing: How to Specifically Target New Dental PatientsWhen it comes to dental practice marketing, it’s all about defining your primary dental market.

When you specifically target your dental marketing efforts towards specific dental patients you won’t waste precious dental practice resources. Your dental marketing works when your practice information reaches the right patients.

Choosing primary dental markets to target creates ideal circumstances for your marketing plan to be profitable.

However, most dentists give only minimal attention to what dental markets their websites and Internet dental marketing should target. Quite often, they fail to properly recognize the value of targeting online several dental patient markets at once.

If you are a dentist in need of a way to target several specific dental markets at once, the IDA New Patient Marketing Machine™ with customized portals could be just the answer you are looking for.

Each IDA website portal is targeted at one Primary Dental Market, and optionally for up to 3 Secondary Dental Markets, making it easy to target just the right dental patient for your practice.

To watch a video and learn more about customized website portals, visit the Targeting Dental Markets page at

About Jim Du Molin

+Jim Du Molin is a leading Internet marketing expert for dentists in North America. He has helped hundreds of doctors make more money in their practices using his proven Internet marketing techniques.


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