Free Report: How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice

August 10, 2010 (Dallas, Tx): Dentists and dental office administrators can establish and maintain a successful Facebook Fan (Business) Page by following the advice in “How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice.” The no-cost report features practical tips that are easy to understand and follow. Three essential components of an effective plan for social networking are included.

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How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice

Why Dentists Need Facebook
Facebook has quickly moved from a social site that lets you keep up with your high school pals to an important part of a contemporary marketing strategy. Half of Americans use Facebook. Five-hundred million people are registered with Facebook. From kids to young parents to Baby Boomers, people from virtually all demographics are involved. iStrategyLabs.com reports that between 2009 and 2010, the fastest growing group on Facebook was people over 35, and amazingly, the number of users over 55 years of age grew more than 900%. More women than men use Facebook—and women usually decide who the family’s dentist will be.

Tips from an Expert
Jill Duty, co-founder of Modern Dental Practice Marketing, composed “How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice” to help dental offices make the most of free social marketing opportunities that can improve patient retention.  Jill has written over 1000 dental websites, articles, and blog posts. Her articles on blogging have been published on the Dental Products Report and Modern Hygienist websites. Duty was editor for DentalBlogs.com for three years before opening her current company, MDPM. Her experience and expertise are evident in “How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice” and in her daily blog posts at www.ModernDentalMarketing.com.

About MDPM
Modern Dental Practice Marketing specializes in blogging and social networking for dental practices in the United States. Visit www.moderndentalmarketing.com to download the no-cost report “How to Make Facebook Work for Your Dental Practice.” For more information, email [email protected].