Ben Altadonna on Facebook Chiropractic Marketing:
Before you get excited about me talking about Facebook, I must tell you that when you and I factor in all the things available to build our businesses, the use of Facebook as part of the mix should be close to last on the list.
There’s more elegant and unique ways to build a business and if you pay close attention to how I built and maintain mine, you’ll notice that what I created for you is virtually a mirror image.
So why do I have a Facebook account? Mainly for my real friends, my family, and so you my members can get to know me on a personal level; something I don’t recommend that YOU do to/for your patients.
With that said, a call came in on today’s strategy session that dealt with repurposing some of my content for Facebook and I have no problem with that. Consider using parts of The Daily Health Updates and link to your blog by mentioning your blog, the new articles posted, and the web address so that they can click to it.
Side Note: What you are reading right now is being re-purposed (from my “Time To Think” daily email for this blog (by someone else, not me). Then, this blog post will be re-posted on our PBA Facebook page for maximum leverage and exposure. If you are going to do anything, do something similar. Always be thinking about leveraging your efforts. And remember, nothing will matter unless you offer what patients want. Work on creating that WOW Factor patient experience and implementing the ChiroTrust systems we teach you, and the rest will take care of itself.
This way, you put in only a few minutes a day and can even delegate it if you wish to a staff member.
On Saturday I built a workbench in my garage. From time to time as a break, I had some fun with some Chiropractors on yes, Facebook.
It stirred up a lot of emotion including my own. I definitely challenged some belief systems and did the best I could to respond to as many D.C.s as I could.
I first started out asking NON Chiropractors this question…
I have a question?
What are the top things about Chiropractic and/or your experience at a Chiropractic office that confused you, made you skeptical, and/or turned you off for good .
Top 3 things.
Be brutally honest,
So you can access ALL the responses, go to Ben Altadonna on Facebook and ask to be my friend. I’ll probably say yes!
I hope you enjoyed this post on Facebook Chiropractic Marketing.