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Why do chiropractors struggle with marketing and sales? This is a prime question for the whole profession. In this episode we catch up with Pam Jarboe after her Make Your Impact program to discuss this important topic. Catch more of Pam Jarboe at Mile High, August 17th – 20th, 2017. Grab your seats before the price rises up www.milehighchiro.org
Find out more about Dr. Pam Jarboe here. After knowing Dr. Pam Jarboe for over 20 years I will gladly say that she is the real deal when it comes to authenticity in regards to sincerely loving chiropractic and chiropractors and wanting them to do well. You can trust that when she’s giving her gifts she’s giving her absolute best to help you serve better She has fabulous information in her blog and podcast as well as her Make Your Impact Facebook group.
Extremely excited for what she has to share at MILE HIGH, as I know that the audience is going to absolutely love her content. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe to us on iTunes and share this episode with your colleagues and friends.
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Question of the day: “What research would you like to see done in chiropractic?” Please let me know in the comments.
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Questions I asked:
- Why do chiropractors struggle with marketing and sales?
- How do you create messaging?
- How to Create a brand bible?
- What are the three key aspects to any practice?
- What is essential in the Stages of practice?
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