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Telemarketing Is The New Chiropractic Marketing

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IMO

Toronto, Canada

#2 Jan 6, 2010
Just like a call center in your back office! Wow, just what every chiropractic office needs to make it feel like another part of the greater health care team and not a 2-bit piece of merchandise!
(can you sense my sarcasm)
Please tell me that this marketing firm is UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to lure in DOCTORS of chiropractic!!!!
Please, Chiropractic is primary health care not merchandice!!
MorrisT

AOL

#3 Jan 6, 2010
I normally would agree with your 'merchandice' analogy to selling chiropractic. But chiropractic can't hold a candle to the overwhelming, smash over your head advertising the drug companies do to sell their designer toxins which kill more people than five hundred 911's each year. Though I don't do any telemarketing, I don't see a lot wrong with it. There's no way it can be done tastefully, but at least chiropractors are not selling poison in a bottle with skull and crossbones. The drug companies are not selling to the doctors with their TV ads, they're selling to the public, like that guy who sells the Slapchop. The drug companies want the public to go to their drug grocery store (their MD) and ask their MD to fill up their shopping cat with ED drugs.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#4 Jan 7, 2010
no mr. morris, chiropractors are selling quackery.

But as is typical, you bash medicine in an attempt to prop up chiropractic.

That's some logic.
MorrisT

AOL

#5 Jan 7, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
no mr. morris, chiropractors are selling quackery.
But as is typical, you bash medicine in an attempt to prop up chiropractic.
That's some logic.
Yes, you are right. I stand corrected.
The following drugs, which are heavily advertised on TV to the public, begging their doctors to prescribe these drugs to them, have ABSOLUTELY NO side effects and are perfectly safe for all people. They have never killed or sickened anyone for any reason.
Full article found here: http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/medicine/tv-d...
(I just don't know how I got that so wrong--Wisdom was right as usual. Just like everything Wisdom's says about chiropractic is correct, as usual. No one should ever bash medicine to prop up chiropractic. Never. All of the following drugs have never made anyone ill and are very safe. The drug companies only have one thing in mind--the betterment of health for the masses. The drug companies are not, I repeat, NOT interested in profits above safety. They never have been. How could I have been so wrong?)
Actonel.
Avodart.
Boniva.
Celebrex.
Cialis.
Coreg.
Crestor.
Detrol.
Ditropan.
Enbrel.
Fosamax.
Humira.
Levitra.
Lunesta.
Nexium.
Paxil.
Plavix.
Premarin.
Prilosec.
Procrit.
Strattera.
Valtrex.
Vesicare.
Viagra.
Vioxx.
Vytorin.
Wellbutrin.
Zelnorm.
Zocor.
Zyprexa.
Luke

Lakeland, FL

#6 Jan 7, 2010
Right on Morris right on

Just like vaccines are not held to the Double Blind standard? I wonder why? Just like laws passed to hold drug companies harmless in case someone dies or gets sick from vaccines? I wonder WHY?
Matthew

Atlanta, GA

#7 May 7, 2010
I agree with IMO but yes, telemarketing companies are looking for anyone and everyone. It's a very invasive form of marketing and prospects in any market (not just chiropractic) put up barriers. No one likes telemarketing calls.

MorrisT makes a good point, too. Educated MD's don't revere chiropractic as quackery. It's typically been the older, less educated ones. Plenty of studies and science now available in the information age to validate the effectiveness.

In 2010 and beyond, chiropractors should focus on providing value online to their local audience online and offline. This helps build credibility, making you the natural selection when someone needs your service.

- Matt
http://DCincome.com/blog

Since: May 10

New Delhi, India

#8 May 19, 2010
I would like to know the telemarketing group please. Thank you.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#9 May 19, 2010
Ha really "morris"? Listing drugs that have side effects proves what? that chiropractic is good for something?

Must be more chiropractic logic at work.

Oh and since every drug that comes to market undergoes extensive research and hundreds of millions of dollars and every chiropractic treatment undergoes NO research what so ever, what does that tell you? Hmmmm?
Fraud Police

AOL

#10 May 19, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Ha really "morris"? Listing drugs that have side effects proves what? that chiropractic is good for something?
Must be more chiropractic logic at work.
Oh and since every drug that comes to market undergoes extensive research and hundreds of millions of dollars and every chiropractic treatment undergoes NO research what so ever, what does that tell you? Hmmmm?
I see the liar and overall fraud, wisdom, is back. What's the matter creep, get kicked off that 'much better forum' that was ever BETTER than chirotalk? Ha ha ah ha ha. What happened? Not 'professional enough' for them? I'll bet they saw through your lies too--anyone can. They don't care for scum like you either. So you thought you'd come back here and stink up the place. Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! OWNED!! BIG TIME!!!! And while I'm at it, who have you healed today? Oh, no one? You say you're not a licensed practitioner of any kind? And you didn't heal anyone today? Thought so. Such credibility.
Oh, let's now look at two links that expose a chiropractic expert. Remind you of someone? Uh, like the creep wisdom? Oh MY!
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
kamisori shears

Laguna Beach, CA

#11 Oct 18, 2010
Its just business people. Chiropractors need clients too. If you don't want telemarketing, don't list your phone numbers, it's that simple.
http://[www.kamisori-shears.co m]kamisori shears
kamisori shears

Laguna Beach, CA

#12 Oct 18, 2010
Its just business people. Chiropractors need clients too. If you don't want telemarketing, don't list your phone numbers, it's that simple.
http://www.kamisori-shears.com
Mark Mysterrio

Reading, PA

#13 Oct 21, 2010
After reading this post:
IMO wrote:
Just like a call center in your back office! Wow, just what every chiropractic office needs to make it feel like another part of the greater health care team and not a 2-bit piece of merchandise!
(can you sense my sarcasm)
Please tell me that this marketing firm is UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to lure in DOCTORS of chiropractic!!!!
Please, Chiropractic is primary health care not merchandice!!
I would like to say: Telemarketing is just like any other form of marketing and I feel it can be used in the DC's marketing. However, it should not be used as cold calling.
Mark Mysterrio
http://www.information-source.info
Kent Filene

United States

#16 Aug 12, 2012
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Cody

Cranford, NJ

#18 Oct 1, 2012
Really?....."Mr. Ed" the horse from the 60's CBS show.....this guy has his "MDM".....that's a Masters in direct marketing....as we all know..funny...does "Mr Ed" also do telemarketing for used car lots......nice cheesy looking website.....surely these guys are kidding....or maybe not...right "Doc" Hutch!....what a joke...telemarketing for Chiroquackers.....I would hang up...and pronto.....can I get extra cheese with that? Another con outfit...for cons.
Mark Anderson

Las Vegas, NV

#21 Nov 27, 2012
We provide exclusive telemarketing services for Chiropractors. Extremely profitable results with our Personal Injury Telemarketing campaigns as well as our Spinal Decompression Telemarketing and Patient Reactivation Telemarketing Campaigns.

If you are a chiropractic interested in strong results, Telemarketing is the most highly effective direct marketing channel.

Give us a call at 1-888-535-6492 or visit our website at http://www.TelemarketingForChiropractors.com .
Martin

Anonymous Proxy

#24 Feb 16, 2013
I've had good experience with telemarketing for my clinic actually. I agree with Mark. Telemarketing is just like any other form of marketing. I stick with what works.

If you are looking for a good company, I use Accident Referral Network. Their website is http://www.accidentreferralnetwork.com . Give them a whirl.
druther

Lehi, UT

#26 Mar 10, 2014
MorrisT wrote:
I normally would agree with your 'merchandice' analogy to selling chiropractic. But chiropractic can't hold a candle to the overwhelming, smash over your head advertising the drug companies do to sell their designer toxins which kill more people than five hundred 911's each year. Though I don't do any telemarketing, I don't see a lot wrong with it. There's no way it can be done tastefully, but at least chiropractors are not selling poison in a bottle with skull and crossbones. The drug companies are not selling to the doctors with their TV ads, they're selling to the public, like that guy who sells the Slapchop. The drug companies want the public to go to their drug grocery store (their MD) and ask their MD to fill up their shopping cat with ED drugs.
Great analogy Morris. Drug companies have dominated enough!
Wisdom

Bronx, NY

#27 Mar 11, 2014
Ha ha, really "morris"? Listing drugs that have side effects proves what? that chiropractic is good for something?

Must be more chiropractic logic at work.

Oh and since every drug that comes to market undergoes extensive research and hundreds of millions of dollars and every chiropractic treatment undergoes NO research what so ever, what does that tell you? Hmmmm?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#28 Mar 11, 2014
http://www.alternet.org/story/147318/100,000_...

And let's not forget over 100,000 innocent Americans die each year from prescriptions--even though they took them as directed. That amounts to a new holocaust each year. The imbecile poster 'wisdom', who is not an MD, thinks there's nothing wrong with that many innocent patients dying each year. Says the imbecile, "What's the big deal. None of those 100,000 dead patients were my family members. So I say again, what's the big deal?"
The imbecile should soothe the grieving families and do chaplain work. "There, there now. At least your son or daugther died from well researched drugs with tons of evidence, studies, and hundreds of millions of dollars backing them up. They didn't die from a quack procedure. Feel better now?" The imbecile wisdom is yet another holocaust denier.
That's the sort of experise that imbecile offers.
Wisdom

Bronx, NY

#29 Mar 12, 2014
"Great analogy Morris. Drug companies have dominated enough!"

And they will continue to dominate because they save billions of lives.

Chiropractic, not so much.

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