Marketing data and solutions (part 7)

Marketing data and solutions (part 7)

Now, welcome to the Web world
Oct 27, 2009
By dvm360.com staff


Now let's come at the issue from another angle. When practitioners get to pick as many pressures as they want, competition from the Web comes more to the forefront. This begs the question: How are practices leveraging this new tool to their advantage?

 

More in this package:
Practices lead with Yellow Pages
But what really works?
Do you have a plan? It turns out, most don't
Practitioners identify the biggest competitive issues
Growth in the number of practices nearby
What distiguishes you?
Now, welcome to the Web world
How practices tackle sites
Monitoring results

 

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