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Getting the Most Out of Your Dental Website’s Content

An attractive, user-friendly dental website must have two main components to work well for your practice online: a conversion-focused design and unique content (meaning original, or not duplicated). Have you ever heard the phrase, “Content is king”? In addition to needing website content that’s unique to your practice for SEO purposes, it should also be … Continued

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10 Must-Do’s to Market Your Practice Online

Your patients and potential patients are online, many of them using their mobile devices and computers for hours every day. Proactively reach them where they’re looking for a dentist by implementing a well-rounded, strategic digital marketing plan, preferably with a partner who has a track record of proven results. Here are the main components you … Continued

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5 Steps to Make 2020 Better than 2019

Happy New Year! Are you resolved to make 2020 better than 2019 in both your personal and professional life? I know I am, but where to begin… New Year’s resolutions often seek to add something of value to life, whether it be more health, more time with family and friends, more money in the bank, … Continued

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Thanksgiving Ideas for Your Practice 2019

“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” – William Arthur Ward 5 Ideas for Showing Gratitude at Your Practice Being thankful year-round is a good and healthy habit, but we love that the Thanksgiving holiday gives us even more reason to focus on gratitude … Continued

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Ingredients for Your Custom Practice Logo

When you sign up for the custom dental logo design process with Practice Cafe, you’ll fill out an online form to give us information about your desired logo style, potential sources for design inspiration, and your font and color preferences. We consider these to be among the ingredients for your practice logo design. When you’re … Continued

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