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  1. Alan Mead DDS
    October 12, 2012

    But…but… It’s NOT stock photography!

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    • The Dental Warrior
      October 12, 2012

      LOL, Alan! Yes…. they’re proud of their work, and they should be! But, it needs to be showcased in an entirely different way.

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  2. Lilya
    October 15, 2012

    Love the glamour shots!

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  3. Yesle @ D is for Dentist
    October 28, 2012

    Do you have someone who’s in charge of taking these photographs? They look like they were shot by a professional photographer!

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    • The Dental Warrior
      October 31, 2012

      The photographer is me. 🙂

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  4. Ken
    November 8, 2012

    Mike great advice. How do you get people to pose in such fun ways and allow you to use them on your public places? I always feel…well, embarrassed to ask! Maybe because I don’t know how or maybe it’s a conservative midwesterner Nebraska thing (even though I’m an outgoing guy)? Also how many patients per month would you say your web-site directly brings to your office if you wouldn’t mind sharing?

    Ken

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    • The Dental Warrior
      November 8, 2012

      Hi Ken,

      You’d be surprised that most patients LOVE posing for photos. They see the photos on the walls of the office, and they want to be there. Same thing for the website. There are a few that object, and we honor their decision. Those that agree, sign a release.

      I’m often asked how many patients come through the website. It varies widely. But, I really don’t care so much about the quantity as I do the quality. I’d rather get a few (or even only one) really good patients than a lot of… well.. the other kind. 🙂 If my website brings in only one “big case” (or even “medium-size case”) patient this month, I consider it a success. A majority of my new patients come through the website.

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