101: Creating a ‘Sticky’ Practice: Designing Patient Resources that Walk and Talk (Part 2)
Last week we covered how you can create a video library and then turn it into a low-cost membership for your patients (which is a SURE way to wow your patients) whether they’re new to you or not.
Another foolproof way to get patients to keep coming back is by providing useful, valuable resources for them that are so great, they want to share with their friends, post online or give to a neighbor. 🖥📬 And that’s exactly what we’ll be talking about today!
I’ll give you three super-easy ideas you can use to create memorable resources for your patients. But wait… if you scroll down, you’ll see that I even created the first one for you! 😃
Creating a ‘sticky’ practice isn’t rocket science 🚀 but it does take a little effort on your part to keep clients engaged, interested, and wondering what’s the next thing up your sleeve. 🧥
You don’t have to do them all at once but pick your favorite and just get started! 🤩
- (5:38) The first resource I ever designed at my brick-and-mortar that made my patients go WILD.
- (8:22) How to curate a reading list for your patients (or use our template and make it your own 😉).
- (13:35) Give your clients some homework with a few of these ideas!
- (16:50) Get creative with how you can also teach your patients at the same time!
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