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The Number One Reason Marketing Doesn't Work

Marketing is often done poorly, with not enough effort and time invested. Many business owners assume that they know marketing concepts well enough to proceed alone.

So, they makeshift their own marketing strategies, assign staff members who have no marketing skills, and then they become surprised when they do not get any results.

The main reason marketing doesn't work for you, is because it isn't done, or it isn't done RIGHT! …

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 6, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

How To Realize The Full Potential And Success In Your Profession

Small business owners, dentists, and doctors completely disrespect the technology/knowledge of marketing.

They are so highly educated in one medical area, but that is not enough anymore to bring out the full potential of their profession.

They think they know marketing very well, and they employ their assistants and receptionists to work on the marketing. However, they know it only from a user viewpoint, not from a marketer viewpoint.

Big companies became large because…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 5, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

The Best Money Maker For Your Practice: Marketing

Many business owners make this common mistake - they don't use marketing to build a large new patient base for their practice.

You don't have to know everything about marketing, but there are some very important components, and knowing only a little helps a lot!

Learn about the principles of marketing, and how…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 4, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

Healthcare And Dental New Patient Advertising

Providing the best medical services to Americans is very important to keep America strong. However, many doctors struggle to supply their patients with the best, technologically advanced, quality care. Healthcare and dental professionals need special resources specific to their practice to better assist their patients.…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 3, 2016 at 7:00am — 1 Comment

Being Resourceful VS Having Resources

Helmut Flasch speaking of ways to help you be more resourceful. Learn how to be more resourceful with your marketing techniques regardless of limited resources available to you, such as limited finances. Being more resourceful can help you maintain a positive attitude and help you manage all the areas of your life with ease. Be well on your way of being more resourceful now using these great tips from Helmut Flasch, CEO of Flasch International. 

For additional tips and advice on…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 2, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

What If I Don't Have Time To Work On Social Media For My Business?

It isn't necessary to spend any time away from work or family to get new patients utilizing the social media strategy. The Un-Advertising technique has an innovative solution for busy dentists, or dentists who simply do not have extra time for online promotion of their practice. Learn how it is possible to get new patients from the internet without sacrificing your time! Enroll in our complimentary strategy meeting at …

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Added by Helmut Flasch on October 1, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

Why Does Social Media Not Increase New Patients?

Social media marketing for dentists doesn't need to be time consuming. This video will show you how to increase new patients through social media. Enroll in our complimentary strategy meeting or call 800-912-0510

To get more new patients from dental social media marketing, watch this video:…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on September 30, 2016 at 6:14pm — No Comments

Life is a Cup of Coffee

Everybody likes to be successful in business and happy in their life. In the pursuit of what is so-called success, some important points of life unfortunately are…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on September 26, 2016 at 5:52pm — No Comments

Choosing a Career, Business, or Profession

This has been a hot topic for decades now and it's getting hotter. Personally, I think that the entire "figure - figure" about it is for the birds.



All the looking at demographics and trends and income potential has little, or shall I say, nothing to do with…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on September 17, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

IV Sedation Training for Dentists - Sacramento, CA

Parenteral Sedation Dentistry

We are providing IV dental sedation training for dentist nationally. This IV sedation dentistry course is a  comprehensive "mini-residency" and includes a minimum of 60 hours of didactic / classroom education and direct participation in administering IV…

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Added by Randy Pigg on September 13, 2016 at 4:32pm — No Comments

Figuring Out Marketing Steps and Marketing Budget to Succeed

First of all, you really do need to decide THAT you want to succeed!!

I know it sounds crazy to have to tell someone that he must decide to succeed in order to succeed, and…

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Added by Helmut Flasch on August 23, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments

To Floss or Not To Floss

Should You Floss?

Much of the dental community is upset about the recent Associated Press report questioning the efficacy of flossing. Is the Flossing Study a disservice or a blessing in disguise? I choose to look at it as a blessing. What else could possibly bring flossing into the forefront of the social media more than something like this? Within 24…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on August 5, 2016 at 2:59pm — No Comments

Being the Dental Implant Patient

My Turn Being a Dental Implant Patient

Recently, I had the experience of being a dental implant patient. Sure, I’ve had regular prophies over the years but have not needed any restorative treatment for some time.

Many years ago I had an asymptomatic periapical lesion involving tooth #23. Endo was done and all was fine until about 6 months ago. I started to experience a slight tenderness over the apex. I went to my endodontist friend and after his evaluation we agreed that the…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on July 15, 2016 at 1:58pm — 3 Comments

Bad Dental Habits To Chat With Patients About – Part 2

Addressing Bad Dental Habits

This blog is a follow up to Part 1, which is based on an article on MedicineNet.com that discusses bad dental habits to avoid. 

We’re in the heart of the summer season when barbecuing and snacking are enjoyed by many. These activities present challenges to maintaining dental health and we should all make our patients aware of them.

First on…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on June 29, 2016 at 12:55pm — 1 Comment

Dental Instrument Sharpener Properties – Part 3

How Coarse Should Your Dental Instrument Sharpener Be?

Last time we discussed how the hardness of the dental instrument sharpener affects its performance. Now let’s discuss the grit. The coarser the grit, the faster the stone sharpens. The coarser the grit, the more imperfect the sharpened edge is, in other words, the rougher the edge. So, is there a happy medium? I think there is.

Most of us were taught to use a fine grit sharpening stone in order to end up with a fine edge.…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on June 7, 2016 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Dental Instrument Sharpener Properties – Part 2

The Ideal Dental Instrument Sharpener

I started a series with my last blog about the properties of the ideal hand sharpener. I discussed the hardness of the sharpener and its ability to break down during use. This controlled wearing down of the sharpener creates a fresh sharpening surface for each stroke. The result of this is a more efficient sharpener.

In future blogs, I’ll touch on other properties and benefits of the ideal hand dental instrument sharpener. Before we…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on May 23, 2016 at 12:22pm — No Comments

What To Look For In a Dental Instrument Sharpener

How To Avoid “Loading”

There are several properties to look for in a dental instrument sharpener that help make the sharpening task simple and efficient. One is the sharpeners tendency to resist a phenomenon called “Loading”. You may have experienced this. Have you used a new sharpener that works great for a short while then becomes inefficient, making it more and more difficult to get a good, sharp edge? This is most likely the result of loading.

Loading occurs when fine…

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Added by Richard L. Pascoe DDS MS on May 16, 2016 at 1:42pm — No Comments

Replacing the toothbrush, a secure way to prevent dental issues

After three months of use, your toothbrush becomes a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Yes, your toothbrush is a shelter for 10 million germs and other tiny microorganisms. Its bristles worn out and less effective at removing plaque from your teeth and gums. Furthermore, the bristles cannot get into all the nooks and crannies of your mouth as they become dull and out of place.

You should know that using a toothbrush more than three months exposes you to dental problems such as…

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Added by Tina on May 16, 2016 at 11:18am — 2 Comments

7 Myths about Dental Implants

Dental implants aren't just a cosmetic treatment. If you're missing teeth, implants are one of the best options to preserve your oral health. With medical advancements in the past decades, you can get your smile perfected in days!…

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Added by Mark Silberg on May 9, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments

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