Chiropractic Facebook Posts Just Got Easier for Doctors

You’ve been meaning to post educational chiropractic images related to your practice on Facebook. You know that the daily posting of such images will help you stay current with your present patients while allowing you to connect with qualified prospective ones.

However, there are a few things standing in your way of creating effective, educational daily posts for Facebook. First, it takes time to develop professional-looking status updates that are informative and attractive.

There’s also a cost factor involved.

Good looking, royalty-free pictures from an image catalog website cost at least $2.00 each. Plus, these images do not include text.

That aspect would need to be written by you or another person, which means more time and/or money. Finally, the image and text would need to be artistically combined and set up by using design software.

You can spend time and money in devising daily Facebook images or you can get the type of chiropractic Facebook posts that put your practice in a positive light each and every day.

That’s where The Ultimate Chiropractic Graphics Package comes in handy. It’s 365 Facebook posts (a year’s worth) at a price-point 97% of doctors can afford.

Informative Educational Resource

The educational chiropractic graphics run the gamut as far as subject matter is concerned. Included are images and text focusing on chiropractic education, health quotes, research studies, lifestyle tips, and more.

By spending a few seconds each day uploading one of these professional graphics to your Facebook fan page, your chiropractic practice becomes a daily resource for your audience.

Not to mention, as your fans share the posts, they’ll help you acquire more fans.

Cost Effective & Time Saving

The cost of developing 365 educational chiropractic Facebook posts could easily reach over $1,000. Plus, there’s the time commitment involved in the process. By using the graphics package found at ChiropracticImages.com, chiropractors save tremendous amounts of money and time.

In conjunction, an essential aspect of the social media marketing is taken care of easily.

Consistent Quality

Consistent quality is guaranteed with The Ultimate Chiropractic Graphics Package. With these done-for-you educational posts, there’s no need to rush and meet a deadline. Also, there’s no chance you’ll have to cut corners and end up with an inferior status update.

Lastly, you don’t have to come-up with your own compelling ideas.

Imagine the positive public perception your chiropractic practice will have with Facebook users who see daily, high quality, educational posts that help them increase their quality of life?

A Resource Building Trust

In an efficient, simple manner, a doctor that uses professional educational images becomes a valuable resource, building trust among potential and current patients. Trust is one of the most important factors in determining if someone will become or remain a patient in your office.

The easier you can create that trust, the more time you’ll have to your grow patient-base.

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About the Author

Dr. Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, and the most sought after social media revenue strategist in North America. He’s famous for showing celebrities, entrepreneurs and small business owners how to create wildly profitable, sustainable 5 figure per month passive income streams by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Twitter and Google+.

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2 Responses to “Chiropractic Facebook Posts Just Got Easier for Doctors”

  1. In the medical world chiropractors are still under the stigma that the entire
    community believes we can fix any problem with chiropractic care.

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Unfortunately, that’s the by-product of a 30 smear campaign by the American Medical Association (AMA). In 1987, the AMA was found guilty in federal court (Wilk case) of trying to “contain and eliminate” the chiropractic profession.

    During the legal proceedings it was shown that the AMA attempted to:

    • Undermine Chiropractic schools
    • Undercut insurance programs for Chiropractic patients
    • Conceal evidence of the effectiveness of Chiropractic care
    • Subvert government inquires into the effectiveness of Chiropractic
    • Promote other activities that would control the monopoly that the AMA had on health care

    Fortunately, MD’s are waking-up to the fact that most of what they were told about chiropractic in school is completely false. We work with a network of medical specialists here in east Atlanta.

    Many of them are patients… lol.

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