About Justin Morgan
Hi, I’m Justin Morgan, Contributor for Remin Media
I help dentists accomplish their marketing goals by helping them form a long-term strategy.
FACTS ABOUT ME
My marketing philosophy comes from my background in combat sports. Yep, that’s right. For over 15 years I’ve competed in collegiate wrestling, amateur boxing, and trained with world champion mixed martial artists, such as Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell. I am an undefeated amateur boxer, and at 17 years of age I become a Pan American Silver Medalist in No-Gi Jiu Jitsu. I believe that being gritty, competitive and tenacious are traits that marketers should have. I also believe that realizing failure is part of success is important. In wrestling there is a term coined “chain wrestling.” It’s where you assume your first, second, third, and perhaps subsequent moves will fail to execute effectively, but each move “links” to the next, and “setting up” subsequent moves. One useful fact about me is I approach marketing much the same way. We need to assume failures will occur, but lead those failures into great successes, by using data and newfound opportunities to set up our next move.
- Content marketing strategy
REMIN MEDIA BADGES
Many dentists feel that gaining new patients from Google is a nebulous, enigmatic endeavour.
You get a cold call and sign up for the sales pitch. Or maybe they came recommended by another dentist you trust. Either way, no ... Read More
One of the most basic human instincts is to hunt. We do it every day. We hunt for the next meal by looking around, grabbing coupons, or reading reviews online. We hunt for items during holiday shopping.
Search engines ... Read More
Commitment vs. Control
Is your dental marketing company committed to great results? Or do they try to control which medium you use to advertise?
I recently had a very successful and highly regarded dentist contact me about SEO. He ... Read More
The Safest Marketing Strategy for Dentists?
1. Become a dental media company
2. Deliver content relevant to a specific patient
A quick story of what this means:
In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s there was a blacksmith. Farmers ... Read More