Chiropractic Marketing Website Redesigned to Support More Training and Marketing Tools

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Dr. Michael Beck ; a leader in the chiropractic marketing industry, is the author and facilitator of DC Practice Tools, a website that supports a whole suite of chiropractic marketing tools. To kick off 2012, Dr. Beck trimmed and toned his site, nice on the eyes and easy to navigate. Sporting a sleek new design and added marketing muscle, it now includes a wide variety of marketing tools for the chiropractic profession to access.

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"there will always be a need for chiropractic marketing, but every practice has a different marketing need."

Dr. Michael Beck ; a leader in the chiropractic marketing industry, is the author and facilitator of DC Practice Tools, a website that supports a whole suite of chiropractic marketing tools. To kick off 2012, Dr. Beck trimmed and toned his site, nice on the eyes and easy to navigate. Sporting a sleek new design and added marketing muscle, it now includes a wide variety of marketing tools for the chiropractic profession to access. Dr. Beck knows that it takes time and energy to search for reputable chiropractic marketing /advertising information and products. Time is not always something a chiropractor has a lot of when trying to grow a practice. By providing free information via several articles per week to his readers, Dr. Beck has established a loyal following of chiropractors from around the world who are seeking to find and implement marketing tools to build their practice with a wide range of tools. This new and improved site offers something for every level of chiropractic marketing; from DIY marketing tools all the way up to a “niche” elite mentoring membership.

Why does he do this? Dr. Beck, himself will tell you, he has been to the depths of bankruptcy and back and he shares all of this with his readers; like being so desperate that he even knocked on doors. “Being on the brink of bankruptcy and closing your practice drives people to do desperate things,” says Dr. Beck. In this case, a desperate attempt to save his practice led to so much success that it saved his practice and he knew it was time to share the knowledge with others. He realized that he wasn’t the only chiropractor out there struggling to keep the doors open and find affordable avenues to bring new life to a dying practice. His desperation was his ticket to freedom giving him all of the ammunition he needed to save his practice and now he’s paying it forward.

Dr. Beck asserts that there will always be a need for chiropractic marketing, but he knows not every chiropractor needs to market their practice at the same levels. Through DC Practice Tools a chiropractor can access one or more marketing tools needed for their practice. Different needs, different budgets, different goals; all are met via Dr. Beck’s DC Practice Tools. The tools range from free access to Dr. Beck’s marketing articles, to online marketing tools that can be access 24/7 anywhere, to ready to use advertising tools, to an online presence and or personal mentoring.

Now entering its fourth year, DC Practice Tools has never failed to bring top notch marketing strategies and tools to thousands of chiropractors around the world, and with the New Year comes a sleek new design, more strategies, more tips and more marketing tools.

How can chiropractors find out more? Anyone can access hundreds of chiropractic marketing articles, a full suite of chiropractic marketing tools, plus a free chiropractic marketing MP3 audio, at DC Practice Tools, Dr. Beck’s chiropractic marketing website.

“I’ve been known to toss out a freebie from time to time,” says Dr. Beck; he encourages chiropractors to Like his Page on Facebook so they won’t miss exclusive practice building tips and strategies.

Want a great chiropractic marketing tip? Check out this article from Dr. Beck: A Chiropractic Marketing Calendar for 2012

Dr. Michael Beck
DC Practice Tools, LLC
830/584-0223
drbeck(at)dcpracticetools(dot)com

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