Dental Lead Gen Expert Announces Service for Dental Practice Patient Leads

Caniseo announces a lead gen service to help dental practices grow via digital marketing in their local area. The service is a result of tested data that is shown to yield more patient leads.

Dallas, United States - January 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Marketing expert, Cesar Soto, announces a lead generation service for dental practices that are looking to scale their business through digital marketing. The services helps dental offices generate more interest in their service, and includes follow up processes to help the staff book more appointments.

More information can be found about the dental lead generation service at the agency’s website: http://caniseo.org/dental-marketing/

Caniseo’s main focus will be to ensure that each dental practice can generate leads through digital marketing with the goal to generate leads as quickly as possible. In the years of testing different methods ranging from SEO, PPC, and social media marketing, the marketing team has figured out a sustainable short term and long term strategy to acquire new clients for dental offices.

Cesar Soto, the founder of Caniseo and a marketer responsible for lead generation had this to say:

“Most often times people don’t really think they can generate revenue online because they’ve tried it themselves and so no returns. When I go into an ad account I usually see the wrong strategy set in place that offers no value to the potential patient. We work with each office to ensure that a proper offer is set in place, with an end goal of maintaining an ongoing relationship with each new patient continues to visit the office for years to come. Our clients will get a total marketing solution that increases visibility, traffic, AND revenue.”

The release of the dental lead gen service is one of many new services announced by the company earlier this month. In particular, the practice lead generation service is an expansion for their dental marketing services found here, and from a different branch of their business to business lead generation service found here.

Caniseo uses a mix of different marketing methods in order to generate leads for businesses such as

The marketing methods used from the firm involve obtaining traffic from several reputable third-party sources and can be independently accessed by anyone wishing to create ads in those platforms. For illustrative purposes only, the service page includes testimonials and case studies that provide some of the results achieved using typical methods for successful lead generation.

People desiring to grow their dental practice who want to learn more about Caniseo before committing to using their service can access the service page on the agency’s website a http://caniseo.org/dental-marketing/

Contact Info:
Name: Cesar Soto
Email: Send Email
Organization: Cesar Soto
Address: 1408 North Riverfront Boulevard Suite 310, Dallas, Texas 75207, United States
Phone: +1-214-757-9949
Website: http://caniseo.org

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 469490

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