Are You Paying More and Getting Less for Marketing?

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For many dental practices, their marketing strategy is HOPE.

Hope we can pump more money into the budget and get more patients.

Marketing and advertising have become significantly more complex in the past ten years, and is a faster moving target than ever. Hope is NOT an effective strategy.

If you’re like most dentists, you just need a consistent flow of new patients without all the headaches. To do that, you need to understand how the new game works, and how you can keep up with it.

As the co-founder of 1-800 DENTIST, I have spent over $500,000,000 in marketing. I know a thing or two about helping to create thriving dental practices and I’ve made it my mission to help a select few dentists get ahead of the curve.

My books, Everything is Marketing and Becoming Remarkable, are two of the most influential books in dentistry, and they have transformed many dental practices.

BUT BOOKS ARE JUST THE BEGINNING.

Things are changing too fast, and you need someone to guide you on how to spend your money, where to spend it and where else in your business you are LEAKING MONEY.

In January, I’m doing individual marketing consultations with a select group of dentists to help you FIND RESULTS IN YOUR BUSINESS to help you STOP BLEEDING MARKETING MONEY.

If you qualify, I’m putting together a select group of dental owners to participate in my Beyond Dentistry Mastermind (Virtual) for founders, owners and executives in the dental industry doing at least $1.5 million in business annually. The Mastermind has a few spots available 

(You must be located in Southern California to participate in the Mastermind.)

If you are interested in the marketing consultation, email me and we’ll arrange a time. To learn more about the mastermind, you can watch this video or go to www.fredjoyal.com.

2020 was no picnic. So let’s get out of the business of hoping your marketing strategy works and let’s make 2021 your best year ever!

Email me directly if you have more questions. fredjoyal@gmail.com.

Dumb Things that Smart Dentists Do! featuring Dr. Rich Madow

My latest podcast interviews Dr. Rich Madow of The Best Seminar Ever fame. This is a lively and fun episode with a good friend and you’ll come away with some great insights on how to improve your dental practice marketing. Don’t miss it! Both audio and video are available here.

You can listen to the audio version here:

Hope you enjoy it, and if you do, subscribe to the podcast and you won’t miss an episode!

Learn about PRF from Dr. Rick Miron

My latest podcast interviews Rick Miron, DDS, PhD,  BMSC, MSc, PhD. He is a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Periodontology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as well as a practicing dentist. He talks about the latest advances in the application of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) in dental treatments and facial esthetics. You’ll find it fascinating, and also come away with terrific ways to expand your practice!

You can listen to the audio version here:

Hope you enjoy it, and if you do, subscribe to the podcast and you won’t miss an episode!

My Podcast Episode #3 features Dr. Bill Dorfman

Bill Dorfman is perhaps the most recognized dentist in the world, with over 1 million Instagram followers, and long-running appearances on national TV shows. He is a celebrity dentist, co-founder of Discus Dental and creator of the LEAP Foundation. Hear how he’s leveraged PR and promotion to build a superstar practice, and how he created a unique path for himself in dentistry.

Listen to the audio of episodes here, or on your own podcast player. Just search Fred Joyal. And i you like these podcasts, subscribe!

https://the-remarkable-dentist-podcast-with-fred-joyal.simplecast.com/

You can watch the video version here on YouTube:

My Inaugural Podcast, starring Steve Bilt, CEO of Smile Brands

In my very first podcast episode, I interview Steve Bilt, the CEO of Smile Brands, which has 650 practices in the US. He talks about how they created a strong culture in his company, and some of his biggest failures, and what he sees ahead for dentistry. Check it out. The video is here and the audio link is below.

Or listen to the audio version here: