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Old 09-17-2022, 07:48 PM
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Should be able to get a list from the state licensing board for those that are able to practice .
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Old 09-17-2022, 09:07 PM
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I have already made a FB page, joined as many chiro groups that will let me in. Even paid FB to promote my page, this got me a call from California and several other out of state dead ends. Trouble is how to filter just chiropractors, and only in MI, haven’t figured that one out yet. Most chiropractors are using broken/worn out equipment, after I go through it they are blown away by how much better it performs lol! Just have to figure out how to get my name in front of them, very confident that my prompt professional service will earn their repeat business.

I checked out your FB page. As far as trying to limit calls to MI only, you might want to add your service area info. I could not see anything that tells that info. But, I did not click on the link to call you, so maybe it is there?


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Old 09-18-2022, 11:13 AM
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Definitely list your service area. I do that with my holsters and require that customers understand that I generally need the actual products they want wrapped. If the broken parts are small enough, you could always work out shipping--it just ups the cost on the repair and can be used to bump the profit some.

Facebook is a mixed blessing. You also need a Google business 'page'. People looking for your services will Google you once they find you, the more complete and active that page is the better look they get at what you can do for them. I do not "boost" or "sponsor" posts on FB. I have found that generic activity gets more clicks than anything I pay for. They promise big but really don't do much.

I think your postcard idea, using a targeted list of folks, will be pretty darn good. Ask folks you come in contact with who they use, and then send them a card. A list would be faster but it is amazing how many different chiros there are everywhere!
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Old 09-21-2022, 06:36 PM
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My chiropractor said you you should list your service area too.

He suggested these couple spots for leads.

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Old 09-22-2022, 12:37 PM
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My chiropractor said you you should list your service area too.

He suggested these couple spots for leads.

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