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How Much Marketing Do I Cut Back on With a Profitable Practice?

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You achieved your life-long dream of starting your own dental practice. You worked hard to set up the foundation. You created a marketing strategy to get things running. And now, you’ve started earning profits on all your investments. Your dream has finally become a reality. However, things don’t end here. In fact, this is when you have to work even harder to ensure that your dental practice continues to thrive.

That being said, there are certain adjustments you’ll have to make to your business plan to adapt it to the current situation.

Should You Cut Back on Your Marketing Budget?

Once your business starts flourishing, you may feel like cutting back on marketing expenses is a viable option. Since people are already aware of your practice and you have built up sufficient clientele, you don’t need to work as rigorously on your marketing, right? This is usually a mistake.

The economy never stays consistent. The COVID-19 pandemic is a big example of how things can turn upside down in the blink of an eye. Additionally, the advent of social media has led to the market becoming extremely cut-throat. No matter how well you’re doing currently, you can lose everything in no time if you’re not sustaining a strong marketing strategy.

Following are some of the reasons you should not cut back on your marketing budget.

  • It takes time to build up brand awareness, and long-term marketing strategies help with that.
  • You need to spend some money on marketing in order to maximize your growth.
  • It helps develop a brand identity and makes you stand out from the crowd.
  • It helps maintain long-term brand recall.
  • An effective long-term marketing strategy brings in lasting revenue.

If you need assistance creating a long-term marketing strategy and live in Wyoming, Idaho, Alaska, or Hawaii, visit CTC Associates for a consultation today.

Posted on Mar 28, 2022
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