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4 responses to “Social Media, Chiropractic, Twitter and Lewis Howes Experience.”

  1. Tweets that mention Social Media, Twitter, Chiropractic and Lewis Howes Experience. | Burt Chiropractic -- Topsy.com

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  2. Cindi @ DC Practice Tools

    Dr. Burt…found you on Twitter (small world) loved the article and how awesome is that; you need a drink and get a new patient, friend and SM mentor in one swallow. Good for you and great for your followers; we got a great story out of it. I had a doc tell me today that he really didn’t care to deal with the Facebook page he has (I think some other entity set it up for him). I struggled with my answer as I didn’t want to sound to hard nosed about his push back…maybe he’s overwhelmed with the whole social media realm. But I have to tell you, it’s here to stay…so you might as well play!

    Our best you and yours,

    DC Practice Tools, LLC

    1. Anonymous

      I am glad you have enjoyed reading this story. Social Media makes it possible to connect with people from all over the world. There are no borders etc. Yes, I agree with you SM is here to stay and will become more and more part of everyone’s life. Many doctors still don’t understand the importance of a blog and SM presence. The train is in motion already, and it will only move faster as time goes on. It is best for any small business to jump on this train now or it will be too late. Thank you for your comment Cindi.

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