Business and Marketing

Thoughts on the latest for your business growth.

Botox Marketing Ideas

by nick • March 29, 2017

As I’m sure you’re well aware, Botox is the single most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure in the world, and it’s still growing. As Baby Boomers and Generation X continue to age, more and more people will want to look better – younger. And you can help them. But you’ve got to reach them first. Every […]

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Cosmetic Surgery Website Design – How To Create A Powerful Patient Magnet

by nick • March 6, 2017

Going beyond the basics. Understanding why a site makes you money instead of just looking good. The average website design firm looks at aesthetics before function and style before conversion. At Think Basis, we take a different approach to plastic surgery web design. Our focus is on three main areas: Psychology Readability Conversions Psychology trumps […]

Spend Baby Spend (The 9 COSTLY Marketing Mistakes Commonly Made By Plastic Surgeons) Part 3

by nick • February 19, 2017

Do you like to buy stuff? Of course, you do. Most people love to buy stuff. They buy stuff they need. They buy stuff they love. And the weird thing is, people also like to buy stuff they don’t need. More often than not, they buy stuff they don’t even want. Just look at your garage […]

Boost Plastic Surgery Closing Rates Through Financing While Helping Patients Attain Their Dreams

by nick • February 19, 2017

It doesn’t matter if the economy is good or bad. You don’t want to ignore the power of financing to help you grow your cosmetic surgery practice. According to a recent study by PayPal: “The average order size increases 15% among businesses that offer consumer credit, and 93% of first-time consumer credit users said they […]

Plastic Surgery Practice Management: All Successful Practices Have This Key To Growth In Place

by nick • February 19, 2017

There are a lot of shiny objects in marketing and practice management vying for your attention. It’s fun to think about the latest social media craze or newest extension to your Google ads. They’re all great, and they’ll help you grow. But there is one fundamental that all large practices have in place. It’s the […]

Plastic Surgery Marketing Is Like Sex

by nick • February 19, 2017

“I’ve tried advertising; it doesn’t work.” “I redid my website; it doesn’t work.” “I tried internet marketing; it doesn’t work.” Does that sound familiar? If it does, you’re not alone. That’s the number one excuse doctors use when I talk with them. If you tried something that works for others and it doesn’t work for […]

[Plastic Surgery Marketing Mistakes] If Your Phone Is NOT Ringing Off The Hook With Consultation Request and You Don’t Have A WAITING-LIST-PRACTICE,

by nick • February 19, 2017

If you’re losing too much business to your competitors, if you get too many tire-kickers in your office, if you don’t enjoy selling, or if you simply want more, then it will definitely pay to read this post. Fixing just a few of these mistakes will turn a 6 figure practice into a 7 figure […]

[Plastic Surgery Marketing Mistakes: Part 2] What’s Really Preventing You From Having a 7 to 8 Figure Cosmetic Surgery Empire

by nick • February 19, 2017

Let’s talk about the MOST IMPORTANT question if you’re serious about growing your practice. If you know the answer to the question below, you’re on your way to building a thriving, successful practice. A 7 to 8 figure cosmetic surgery empire. If you don’t know the answer to that question, you probably built your business […]

You Are NOT the Patient

by nick • February 19, 2017

There’s nothing more useless to the business of plastic surgery than the practice of narcissism. Self-adoration only leads to misinterpretation. The fact of the matter is that no matter how well you know your market, you are NOT your client. You don’t think like her, you don’t behave like her and you don’t have the […]

It’s Not About Aiming Your Gun, It’s About Pulling the F*$#ing Trigger!

by nick • February 19, 2017

“Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work.”  ― Peter F. Drucker In my marketing book, I quote a joke about frogs: Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump. How many are left? Five.  Because there is a difference between deciding to do something and actually doing it. […]