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Congratulations! We just celebrated our 13-1/2th year anniversary!
December 20, 2002 Word of Mouth (now called Word of Mouth Wired) began a specialty marketing practice focusing on the patient and referral growth of area dental practices.
The first clients were dental specialists and then WOM began to expand and offer support to area general dentists including family and cosmetic practices.
The method and approach of WOMW(Word of Mouth Wired) is to get to the basic fundamentals and desires of the practice owner, so that reasonable and exciting results can be achieved.
Several Case Studies will help to illustrate the different circumstances of each practice and the provided solutions. Every client has unique needs, requirements and ideas the solution WOM provides is achieving results within these parameters.
Julia Flynn Werre has been in sales since she turned 8! She won her first sales contest by selling the most raffle tickets in her school and has been selling ever since. By 12 Julia was attending professional sales training seminars with such greats as Tom Hopkins and Zig Ziglar.
Currently Julia owns several websites and runs a few blog sites, too. She specializes in helping practice owners make more revenue from their current clients by making minor adjustments to their daily, weekly and monthly action plans.
Julia is currently active in several online and off line networking organizations and meets at least 5 new people a day by networking, meet & greet or trade shows.
About Word of Mouth Wired
WOMW started in December 2002 as a dental and restaurant marketing firm to support the sales efforts of several clients seeking to increase patient and client load. The focus has been and is to drive more sales into our client’s offices by way of in person, online and direct marketing channels. Since the growth of the social media revolution, we have focused on the power of the internet to increase production and income.
Strategies include training and implementation with client staff or WOMWs staff providing supplemental assistance. Initially the power of in person contact and direct mail were the sole focus of our marketing efforts, subsequently we have developed robust strategies to include a host of diverse systems including SEO/SEM, profile creation, Facebook marketing, online contests, trade show representation, sales staff training and hiring, the merger of online and in person campaigns to drive traffic to client websites and the increase of Facebook likes.
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Years ago (probably about 20) I visited a new doctor for the first time. Yes, she was a new doctor and yes, it was my first visit. I won’t reveal her name, just Dr X is what I’ll call her. She was located in Howard County and I’m guessing she still practices here, too.
Dr X was delightful and announced very defensively that she believes in pill therapy and believes in 100% prescribing a drug for every ailment and symptom. Dr X wanted to know if I had a problem with that. I hate to use my age as an excuse for my naivete, but that is probably what it was. I didn’t realize at the time that this would be detrimental to my health. I didn’t realize that I was agreeing to putting sometimes harmful chemicals into my young body.
Now, many years later, I’m a firm believer and devout member of the club of holistic body folk who use alternative modalities to heal and prevent illness. If you’ve seen any of my posts, you’re aware that I’ve been getting acupuncture since about 2011 when my Dad died. At the time I begun treatment with my friend Barb who was still in school (then call TAI Sophia now called Maryland University of Integrative Health) If memory serves, I was her graduation project. I could go on and on about the high jinks and hilarity of those first years in acupuncture treatment, but I digress.
Ok, one quicky, I wasn’t aware that I wanted to quit smoking. In fact, I had just purchased a brand new pack of smokes. I walked into the treatment room and announced that maybe one day I was gonna quick. Barb promptly tossed the whole, new pack into the garbage and gave me treatments to quit. I haven’t smoked much at all since then… pretty cool.
So everyone always asks…do the needles hurt? That’s also a conversation for another day. The quick answer is, no, they don’t. For goodness sakes the needles are thinner than my hair, but when they hit a point that really needs it…sometimes it’s a zinger!
Ok, on with the reason I’m writing.
Since the earlier days I’ve now learned that I can create my own medicine chest! If I simply attend some casual and fun evening sessions at Sage Health Centre (only 30 bucks a pop) I can learn how to heal myself! I wouldn’t be so adamant, but I use essential oils for everything! Plus, Theresa Girolami is now my acupuncturist for the last 3 or so years (she’s Barb’s friend and mentor so it’s ok) and she’s an herbalist and teacher.
For an evening of fun and something to heal you, too, I suggest going see Sage Health Centre and taking a class. It’s fun, it’s safe and you’ll go home with a healing souvenir, too! Call them or visit their website at sagehealthcentre.com 410-544-5155 and tell them Julia sent you.