Today is a solo episode where Billy discuss 3 Facebook marketing essentials.
In Today's Episode:
3 Custom Audiences Every Chiropractor Needs In Their Facebook Marketing arsenal
On this episode of chirocandy, Billy visits with Jim Chester as they discuss crushing it with spinal screenings and Jim's new movie, Chiropractic The Documentary.
Jim Chester is a native of Davenport, IA. Home of Palmer Chiropractic College and the birthplace of the chiropractic practice. Jim is a graduate of Marycrest University with a degree in Journalism. Two years ago, he was working in Arlington Heights, IL. in a chiro's office as a traction technician at the Advanced Health Institute and then relocated to Denver Colorado where he worked for a year at Highlands Family Chiropractic in Centennial. He has recently become self employed as a full time advocate for chiropractic marketing. Since January of 2015 he has signed up over 950 new patients for numerous clinics around the Denver area.
More From Jim Chester:
Chiropractic: The Documentary: chiropracticthedocumentary.com
This week Billy Sticker sits down with Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid to discuss how to get chiropractic patient referrals from medical doctors.
Dr. Jeff Langmaid is the founder of The Evidence Based Chiropractor, the largest interdisciplinary outreach service in chiropractic. His focus is on building referral relationships through research. To get weekly chiropractic research updates and tips to build your practice join his free weekly newsletter.
In This Episode:
3 Steps To Getting Chiropractic Patient Referrals From Medical Doctors
Case Notes For MDs - One Page
More From Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid
Website: The Evidence Based Chiropractor.com
This week Billy Sticker sits down with Dr. Otto Janke and discusses having purpose bigger than your fears.
"I didn't know what Chiropractic was, or that the philosophy of Chiropractic was already in me until I discovered it one day" says Dr. Otto Janke. "It was THAT day that I became a Doctor of Chiropractic. The schooling was really quite secondary from that point".