Amarillo, TX (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Dr. Jeff Williams, an Amarillo chiropractor, has come up with an idea for encouraging active involvement within social media and within his patient base. Dr. Williams has decided to give away an iPad Mini free of charge to the winner of his new "Good Words" drawing.
Dr. Williams says, "Our business depends on our patients going out and telling everyone they know about us and about how well we do what we do. Word of mouth is the most effective way to grow and.... why not try to reward people for their faith and for their trust in your office?"
Dr. Williams says that he feels that word of mouth referrals are the cornerstone of small businesses these days and that social media and current customers are the key players.
"We want to encourage "GOOD WORDS" from our patients whether it's by word-of-mouth, by checking in at our office on Twitter and Facebook, or by leaving us a positive review out on the internet. It can be truly priceless to a business like ours."
Amarillo Pain & Accident Chiropractic Clinic will hold the drawing for the winner of the iPad Mini at their monthly Thank You Patients day cookout on April 26. That day they will be giving out the iPad Mini to the lucky winner but, just like every other last Friday of the month, they will also provide free award-winning brisket, free new patient exams, and discounted adjustments.
Dr. Williams says that he is interested in building the drawing up so that he can give away larger and larger prizes in the future.
Here are the rules according to Dr. Williams:
1. One entry is added in the drawing for each time a person "checks in" on Facebook or posts on Twitter about being here in our office. Be sure to let the office staff know so that the entry can be made..
2. An online testimonial or review at popular sites such as Google +, Yahoo Local, Yelp.com, Yellow Pages, Superpages.com, etc. earns 3 entries per review/testimonial.
3. A personal patient referral to our office that attends their scheduled appointment earns 5 entries into the drawing.
Dr. Williams says that he has tried different ways of encouraging involvement and that he is interested to see what outcome the "Good Words" drawing will produce.
Dr. Williams encourages calls to 806-355-3000 with any questions regarding the "Good Words" drawing.