I had the pleasure of chatting with Noah Volz of DC2BE Revolution, a popular podcast that dissects world-class chiropractors from diverse backgrounds (entrepreneurs, innovators, artistic healers etc) inquiring into the tools, tactics and techniques that listeners can use to create the practice of their dreams and graduate without the stress of student debt.
We discussed YouTube strategies to grow a following of patients and fans that will swell your practice.
Take a listen here: https://youtu.be/L8DGrv4sEhg
And let me know if you have any questions about YouTube!
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See you on the inside,
Lately, I've been talking a lot about my success on YouTube, and how you can get YT working for your practice. (If you haven't yet, you can check out a free YouTube training here > https://go.chirospark.com/youtubetraining)
And, while there is gold in that training, it will only get you so far. Why? Because that training doesn't mean anything unless you commit to putting in the effort.
Our YouTube channel didn't get 30k+ subscribers overnight. I grinded for two years. Minimum 3 videos per week. Consistency over time.
And, that's not just for YouTube. Growing your practice means committing to the long game.
Even take a look at our ChiroSpark training. ChiroSpark is designed to help you crush it in the short term as well as the long term. We know that in one month you can start to see new patients from Facebook Ads. But, you can't stop there - the ads could go stale, Facebook could change their algorithm, etc. As costs start to go up, you can employ...
Today, we're going to shift gears from strategy to ACTION. Thinking of starting a
YouTube Channel for your practice? Here are 5 Tips to get you started from YouTube sensation and founder of ChiroSpark... Dr. Blake Kalkstein!
Now, you may be thinking - why should you listen to Dr. Blake's YouTube tips? Well, his chiropractic office as over 31,000 subscribers on YouTube, and over 8.5 million views!
So, let's get into it... Dr. Blake's 5 YouTube Tips!
1. Keep is short and sweet!
There's a reason this is number one. Be honest - would you go on YouTube to watch a hour long chiropractic appointment? YouTube viewers' attention spans are short, so your videos should match that. Shoot for 3 minutes and under to get started.
2. Be confident.
It doesn't matter if you have the latest video camera, a full recording studio, and a boom guy, viewers will only see your lack of confidence. So, don't be shy! (A lot easier said than done, for sure). But, there's good news - confidence can be learned,...