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What’s Better for Dental Implant Lead Generation: Google Ads or Facebook Ads?

Are you trying to choose between Google or Facebook ads for your implant marketing? Driven Dental Implant Marketing Founder and Chief Marketing Manager, Charles Biami was recently featured on the Delivering WOW podcast hosted by dental social media expert Anissa Holmes. Charles and Anissa had a fun conversation. They compared Google vs Facebook for dental […]

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5 Step Dental Implant Marketing Plan

More dentists than ever are building high-profit implant dentistry practices. Clinical training has become easy and convenient. Dental implant marketing has become cost-effective and predictable. And team training has become more accessible and impactful than ever before. That makes implant dentistry among the best ways to increase profits and work less while transforming patients’ lives. […]

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Is SEO Enough to Attract Implant Patients?

A podcast listener recently asked whether Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is enough to attract implant patients. They had a website that was well optimized for dental implant keywords. They also appear on organic search results for some keywords. With that in place, the listener wondered whether they should also do paid advertising through Google AdWords. […]

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How Facebook and Google AdWords Can Work Together to Generate High-Value Implant Patients

When we started Driven Dental Marketing, we wanted to find the most predictable and profitable ways to attract dental patients.  We experimented with different advertising platforms as well as different procedures. In the end, we decided on dental implants. We found them to be the most reliable and profitable procedure to market. We also identified […]

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What the Auto Industry Can Teach You About Marketing Dental Implants

During the 1995 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, an audience member asked Warren Buffett and his partner Charlie Munger whether they would ever consider starting a business school. After saying they weren’t interested, Buffett emphasized that he believed he could “learn a lot from other people.” “In fact,” he continued, “if you learn reasonably well from […]

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