Face masks and social distancing present hearing challenges. See how to adapt Widex hearing aids to help optimize speech intelligibility.
Your clients need you to adapt your hearing care services to protect them from the risks of the coronavirus. Doing so meets their needs – and helps the health of your business too.
Demand for hygiene products and personal protective equipment (PPE) is soaring. That’s why we’re using our global supply chain to offer you vital products at cost price. Access, hygiene tips and more are all right here.
A survey of the new Widex remote fitting service proves the benefits of connecting with your clients remotely.
Hosting a customer event? Got a revolutionary new product coming up? If you have something exciting to share with the world, or simply your local community, don’t hesitate to write a press release.
You might think that press releases are dead, or that they’re just not worth the effort. Think again. Press releases can be a huge asset to your practice, whether you’re running a 5-man or a 50-man business. And whether you’d like to target the n...
Whether you’ve been using social media to boost your business for ages or have only recently started networking online, chances are you can improve. Kindly point that otoscope at your SoMe account for a moment: are you making any of these common ...
If you’re like most hearing care professionals, you’re more comfortable with an audiogram than Instagram. But like it or not, social media can help you boost your business. Here are 7 easy steps to make SoMe so work for you.
How can you reach your patients – and those who have yet to come to your office? Give them something to listen to.
Being an audiologist requires a lot of continuing education, but so many of us have been in “that seminar.” That seminar where information is important and relevant, yet the speaker drones on without any interaction from the audience, who are slo...
Knowing how to sell a hearing aid to someone in your office is easy. Figuring out how to stay in touch with them after they walk out the door is more difficult.
Clearly people are concerned about buzzing in their ears – so why aren’t they showing up at your office for treatment?
How can the interior design of your hearing clinic strengthen trust between you and your clients? We invited an expert to a brand-new hearing aid clinic to get some pointers.
A dynamic marketing plan for your hearing care business can help you keep your existing clients and reach out to more people with hearing loss. We’ll help you get started.
Can an open house help you get new customers in the door – and is it worth the effort?