71° Good Afternoon
71° Good Afternoon
BusinessPress Releases

How Dentists Can Market Their Services Through Happy Customers with the "Dentist Marketing and Reputation Management" Program

The WebSmith Group announces a new program called “Dentist Marketing and Reputation Management” to show how dentists can employ customer feedback in their marketing strategies. This can then help them increase the number of customers to their practice and reduce advertising costs while improving their reputation online.

Sparks, NV (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

An exciting new way to easily increase a dental business’s marketing strategy is called Dentist Marketing and Reputation Management. It is available by downloading the report that shows how collecting and highlighting satisfied customer reviews using a unique system can boost the dentist's practice. It shows how posting positive comments by patients on the Dentist’s Facebook page, Website and reviews sites like Google, Yelp and others will improve their online reputation, say marketing experts at

Marketing gurus at (a website created by The WebSmith group) say that dentists can use the glowing reviews that their customers already offer regarding their services, and display them in public settings to generate free marketing. When customers are happy with their services, they readily offer positive reviews, which are a powerful form of word-of-mouth advertising that can be a large part of dental marketing and is referred to as "dentist reputation." When dentists ensure that their customers are content, they can ask for feedback through 8 different ways (to make it easy on the dentist). Any negative reviews are instantly sent via text message to the office managers phone to solve the problem before it goes public.

Dental marketing that emphasizes customer satisfaction through real, honest reviews is useful in any setting, but it is particularly helpful on the Internet. Looking up a dentist online is easy enough to do, but dentists with no reviews or poor reviews do not stand out as top choices. Customers should be able to easily find information about dentist reputation and track records courtesy of other customers’ reviews, and make a more informed decision about their healthcare needs.

Experts at 5StarMax say that it is very simple to ensure that this positive feedback is available for all to easily see. Dentists should ask their patients for comments and feedback regularly, whether through a Tablet or iPad, an email survey, text message or paper comment forms in the office (as mentioned there are actually 8 different ways to collect them). Patients who can leave their comments online offer much stronger dental marketing, since potential customers can see that they are from different individuals. Reviews left on social networking sites such as Facebook also help generate more traffic and search engine results.

Digital media has resulted in a new form of word-of-mouth advertising that both consumers and businesses can rely upon for information. Happy customer reviews help inspire trust in potential customers, leading them to conduct business with a company more often than with a business without reviews. This dental marketing strategy is nearly cost-free, with only time being spent on the process.

People who want to find out more about 5StarMax, its dentist marketing strategies and revolutionary three-point marketing system, and other information can do so by visiting

About the Company: is a website designed by The WebSmith Group, a well-known marketing business that aids dentists in creating and maintaining pristine reputations. They help dentists generate higher traffic through improved websites and reputation management. The WebSmith Group prides itself on being a leading expert in modern marketing strategies. The team consists of multiple business strategists with decades of marketing experience. The WebSmith Group proudly offers consultations, reports, and tools to help businesses improve their reputations and traffic right away.

For the original version on PRWeb visit:


We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.

More news