Dental Marketing SEO Is Built Into All IDA Websites

Want to attract more patients looking for the dental treatments that with best with the practice’s clinical skills? The New Patient Marketing Machine™ dental marketing packages from Internet Dental Alliance, Inc. (IDA) feature automatic search engine optimization (SEO) with its proprietary LeadFire technology. IDA dental websites can create hundreds of targeted web pages within minutes.

Since dental marketing success depends upon finding new local patient prospects, each Portal is automatically optimized for the dental practice’s address to generate leads. Doctors can choose up to four additional geographical target areas – nearby cities, towns, neighborhoods, counties, etc. This is especially useful for practices which have more than one dental office location.

IDA recommends that doctors choose their Portals’ primary dental market focus area — and up to three secondary focus areas — based on their clinical skills and the kinds of high-value treatments they want to provide, such as sedation dentistry, TMJ treatments, adult braces, dental implants, root canal treatments, dentures, etc.

“IDA maximizes your web presence in the organic search engine listings by targeting both geographical and dental market leads,” says Jim Du Molin, dental marketing guru and founder of Internet Dental Alliance, Inc. “Once you choose the focus for your online dental marketing campaigns, they can be set up within minutes to start generating a steady stream of new patients into your practice.”

IDA’s New Patient Marketing Machine™ Starter package features one Web Portal, and is recommended for dentists who are new to online dental practice marketing. The Professional and Premium levels include multiple portals to generate leads for more than one type of service. They’re the best choice for dentists with online marketing experience, or who have multiple locations or doctors in their practices.

About Internet Dental Alliance, Inc.

IDA is North America’s largest provider of  websites for dentists and dental directories. In 2012, it completed its cutting-edge dentist marketing Lead Fire lead generation system. Based on organic geo-targeted local search strategy which is customized for each dental office, LeadFire technology automates search engine optimization, and makes it possible to generate new patient leads within minutes of setting up the system. Internet Dental Alliance provides dental practices with online dental marketing services such as dental practice websites, website design, find-a-dentist websites, and other dental management advice and resources.

My Ultimate All-Time Greatest Marketing Campaign

Part II: The Unbelievable Publicity From The Bachelor Book

My last post left me in San Francisco in 1982 on the eve of a party where I was to be included in a list of the town’s 100 most eligible bachelors.

It was the day of the big party. I must admit, I was getting more than a little nervous about this marketing campaign to find myself the ultimate woman. I put on some fancy duds and cruised down to the Embarcadero. It was 4:30 in the afternoon on a bright sunny day. It seemed a little early for a party, but the organizers wanted to have it early to get more media attention. (Based on what I’d heard on the radio, they weren’t suffering from any shortage of media attention!)

At the disco, there was a red carpet and several television cameras. Radio guys were trying to get interviews as guests walked down the red carpet. I was getting even more nervous about this.

At the end of the red carpet a woman greeted me. “Welcome. You must be Jim Du Molin.” She pinned a yellow rose to my lapel and told me to go on in.

I walked into the disco. It was a bright sunny day out, and walking into the dark disco was like walking into a theater and waiting for your eyes to adjust to the dark.

I stood awkwardly in the entrance for a moment. As my eyes slowly adjusted to the low light, I noticed the place was crawling with women. Lots of gorgeous women, all looking at the book, looking at me, looking back at the book. I realized they were searching The Bachelor Book to find out who I was. They had pages marked with grading systems, point systems, paper clips, you name it. And it came to me, all of sudden, that for the first time in my life I was the “meat” at a meat market! It was great!

Let me tell you, I have never been to a party like that, not before or since. Loads of women came up to me to give me their business cards and ask me out. It was overwhelming; the ultimate marketing plan was working! After about the tenth business card it occurred to me to put a code system on them so I could remember who was who.

I met two unbelievably beautiful women at this party; I went on to date both of them. Unfortunately, a year later they had each married rich older men. So I was on my own again.

I had rented a post office box just to deal with the mail from this book. I had received about 200 letters but hadn’t answered any of them. Then I got one particular letter at home. It was from a woman who had read the book, and it was a great letter, intelligent, well thought out, interesting. She also sent a great photo highlighting her curly blond hair and blue eyes.

I said, “Well, I’m going to give this woman a call.”

Later on my partner saw her picture. “Wow. Who’s this?” he asked.

“She sent me a letter. She read The Bachelor Book.”

When he read the letter, he said, “You know, Jim, this woman is perfect for you. I’ve known you now for five years and she’s just what you need. Have you called her?”

I said, “I’ll call her next week. My friend Ralph is coming to town this weekend.”

My partner reiterated, “You have to promise to call her!” So I promised.

That weekend, Ralph, my best friend, came to town and we were having a beer in my apartment. He saw the photo and asked about it. I told him the story and showed him the letter.

He read the letter. “Jim, this woman is perfect for you. I’ve known you since kindergarten. I roomed with you in college. She is everything you need. Have you called her?”

I said, “I’m going to call her next week.”

Fifteen minutes later (with God as my witness!) the telephone rang. It was Suzanne. She asked why I hadn’t answered her letter.

Nine months later she and I were married. I was a mail-order husband picked out of a catalogue. (Not that I have any complaints about that!)

Stay tuned to see how my marriage marketing campaign worked out in the long run!

Jim Du Molin

My Ultimate All-Time Greatest Marketing Campaign

Part I: Marketing Myself Through The Bachelor Book

So what is the greatest marketing program I’ve designed over the last 20 years? I’m going to lay it out for you as an illustration of exactly the power of the marketing strategies we promote at The Wealthy Dentist.

Let’s start with me in 1982. I had hair then and was a good 20 pounds slimmer. I had a beautiful red E-type Jaguar convertible.

It’s the kind of car you have when you’re single: tan interior, wire wheels, two tops, twelve cylinders. My life was just where I wanted it.

I was running a marketing company and living on San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill.

Every day I’d run down the steps, around the Embarcadero, to the club to work out, then back to my place for a shower.

One day I was working out at the San Francisco Bay Club (the ultimate yuppie workout place!).

A friend of mine said, “Jim, come on over here. The bulletin board says you can sign up to be interviewed as a candidate for a book.”

“Well, what’s the book?”

“They’re looking for the 100 most eligible bachelors in San Francisco.”

So I asked, “How much does it cost?”

He said, “It doesn’t cost anything. Just sign up, and if you qualify, they’ll put you in the book.”

I didn’t have anything to lose. I put down my name and number and forgot about it. A few weeks later, I got a call from an editor with Random House. Here’s what happened:

EDITOR: I’d like to talk to you a little bit to see if you qualify as one of the 100 most eligible bachelors in San Francisco.
JIM: Fine.
EDITOR: Some of my questions are a little personal.
JIM: No problem. You can ask me anything you want.
EDITOR: Well, are you single?
JIM: Yes.
EDITOR: Have you ever been married?
JIM: No.
EDITOR: How old are you?
JIM: Thirty-seven.
EDITOR: (pause) Are you open to the concept of marriage?
JIM: Yes. To be honest with you, I’ve come to that point in my life when I think it’s time that I get married.
EDITOR: Fine. I only have one more question for you.
JIM: Lay it on me.
EDITOR: Are you straight?
JIM: Absolutely.
EDITOR: Congratulations, you qualify!

Basically, they were having a very hard time trying to find 100 straight and eligible men in San Francisco for this book. So I qualified.

I had an interview with the author of the book. I took a hot picture next to my E-type Jaguar convertible. She said, “I’m going to send you my write-up. If you don’t like it, just correct it and send it back the way you want.”

A month later, my partner opened an envelope in the mail. He exclaimed, “Jim, I’m reading this bio this woman wrote about your life and what you want in a woman – and it is total #@%&!!!”

“Oh,” I said.

He said, “I think we need to rewrite this in detail.”

I said, “What do you mean, ‘we’? It’s my life.”

And he said, “Look, I think I can help you on this. I’ve known you for quite some time, and I know what kind of woman you need.”

So we rewrote it as a direct-mail marketing piece. We outlined just what I wanted in a woman and sent it in.

Remember to be very specific in your marketing and to ask for exactly what you want!

A few weeks later the Random House editor called. She told me, “We’re going to have a launch party for the book. It’s going to be a good time, and we want you to come on down. It will be at a disco on the waterfront, not far from where you live.”

I said, “Fine. I’ll be there.”

A week before the party I was driving down the street in my Jag listening to the radio when an ad caught my attention. “Win a chance to meet the 100 most eligible bachelors in San Francisco!”

All of sudden I realized this was getting a little bigger than I had thought. The event was being publicized all over town: in the newspaper, on the radio and television, there were ads to meet the 100 most eligible bachelors. They were even raffling off chances to meet the 100 most eligible bachelors.

Want to hear about the big party? Stay tuned!

Jim Du Molin

Toothpaste for Sexy Ladies?

Victoria’s Secret Introduces Specialty Toothpaste

With the help of an ambitious Manhattan dentist, Victoria’s Secret is introducing a whitening toothpaste to its line of beauty products. Starbrite, developed by Dr. Debra Glassman, features bold pink and leopard-print packaging. Dr. Glassman (who goes by “Dr. Debra”) loves pink herself, the signature color of Victoria’s Secret. In fact, her lab coat, gloves and mask are always pink.

When Dr. Glassman learned that Victoria’s Secret had expanded their product line to include outside brands, she set up a meeting with executives who loved her idea of a female-oriented toothpaste. She began manufacturing after receiving the go-ahead from the retailer. The toothpaste has already debuted in select stores, and a national rollout is planned for January. The 4.2-ounce tubes retail for $6.99 each. Matching pink mouthwash and floss are already in the works.

What do you think of Dr. Debra’s marketing ploy? Brilliant or obnoxious? Myself, I’m not quite sure — I’m thinking it’s a little bit of both!

Dental Marketing Campaigns All Year Long

Editorial
by Jim Du Molin

Start Now on Your New Year’s Dental Marketing Campaign

January is traditionally one of the best months to acquire new dental patients for your practice. Three completely different types of patients are all coming into the market at the same time.

  1. People who have put off their dental treatment plans until after the November-December holidays.
  2. New Year’s resolution patients who have decided to clean up their dental act as part of their new physical fitness program.
  3. Patients who have put off their dental treatment until their dental insurance treatment is renewed in the new year.

Group number one, the procrastinators, are already in your practice. All you need to do to get them in the door is to follow through on your normal Chart Audit of patients with uncompleted treatment plans. This means a call from your dental scheduling coordinator on Wednesday, January 3, 2007, reminding patients that the new year is the right time to complete their treatment.

Group number two are generally not in your practice. These people will be out looking for Cosmetic, Implant, Sedation and Orthodontic dentists in droves! Most of these people will be surfing the Internet to find a dentist that meets their particular dental need in their local area.

If you don’t already have a comprehensive Internet marketing plan – multiple dental directory listings, email newsletter program, team training on how to convert Internet patients and multiple targeted high-value new patient websites – there is still time to get one in place by the new year. Just call us at 888-476-4886 or click here to schedule an appointment time online.

Group three, those patients who have been putting off treatment until their dental insurance benefits are renewed, can be quickly converted into active treatment plans with a simple letter that should be sent to ALL your insurance patients. It should be mailed Friday, December 29, so that it arrives on January 2, 2007.

Here is a sample letter:

Re: Possible Loss of Dental Insurance Benefits

Dear Mrs. Crawford:

I would like to update you regarding your dental insurance benefits.

Almost all insurance companies renew your dental benefits with the new year. This means that you can now take advantage of possibly $1,000 or more of benefits for yourself or your family.

These benefits are part of your employer’s insurance program. They are part of your total employee compensation package. Do not let your benefits fade away unused.

Please do not wait for the end of the year, when our congested schedule may make it difficult to accommodate you at a convenient time.

As always, if you have any questions or need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to call (Office Manager), (Assistant Manager) or myself.

Very truly yours,
Dr. Right Thinker

P.S. I have enclosed two Smile Cards for any friends or relatives who you feel would benefit from our preventive approach to healthy gums and teeth.

P.P.S Be sure to have your friends mention your name so that we can thank you personally with a token of our appreciation.

For complete details on “Smile Cards” and 74 other prewritten patient communications letters that can kick-start your dental marketing in the new year, click here now!

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