May 27, 2014, 9:00 AM PDT / 12:00 PM EDT

So, your clinic’s marketing efforts could use a little TLC—and you know it. But you’ve been putting it on the back burner since who-knows-when—either because you haven’t got a clue about where to begin or you’re on a tight budget with barely a minute to spare. Join us for our May webinar, and we’ll highlight five untapped marketing opportunities that probably exist within your clinic already. Even better, we’ve got quick, frugal fixes you can implement right away.

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