5 Fast and Cheap Ways to Fix Your Clinic’s Marketing

Fixing your marketing strategy doesn’t require a lot of time—or a massive budget.

Fixing your marketing strategy doesn’t require a lot of time or money. Watch WebPT's webinar are fast and cheap ways to fix your marketing!

Heidi Jannenga

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March 1, 2021
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The only thing worse than expensive car troubles are the ones that could have easily been prevented. All too often, minor issues get pushed aside in the name of saving a buck—only to end up costing you big time in the long run.

Like your vehicle, your clinic’s marketing should be a well-oiled, optimized machine. And the moment your Check Engine light starts blinking, you’d better diagnose and fix the problem ASAP. Otherwise, you’re in for a major mechanical failure later on down the road. Fortunately, our rehab therapy marketing experts are here to help. 

Join Dr. Heidi Jannenga, PT, DPT, ATC, WebPT Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer; Scott Hebert, DPT, WebPT Director of Product Management; and Charlotte Bohnett, WebPT Senior Director of Demand Generation, for a free live webinar at 9:00 AM PDT (12:00 PM EDT) on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, to learn proven, budget-friendly strategies that’ll kick your marketing efforts into top gear.

During this marketing webinar, we’ll:

  • Explain how to set a marketing budget.
  • Identify the most important areas of focus in your clinic’s marketing plan.
  • Provide strategies to make your marketing dollars stretch.

Can’t make the live session? Register anyway to receive the recording and handout.

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