Mudlick Mail

Mudlick Mail expands service to dentists nationwide

July 31, 2013
Company entered dental market in January 2013.
ACWORTH, Georgia--Direct mail provider Mudlick Mail is making its marketing campaigns available to dentists nationwide.
The company entered the dental market in January 2013, launching service in seven states. Demand from that initial launch has prompted Mudlick Mail to market its offerings to more than 150,000 dentists nationwide.

“Dental practices are finding that our marketing solutions are less expensive and more effective than services they’ve used in the past,” said Mudlick Mail President Tim Ross.

“We provide them with high-quality, professional post cards that have shown to generate significant growth.”

Mudlick Mail’s results come from its research tools, which allow dentists to strategically target potential new patients by neighborhood, income level, and other key demographic details.

The company also offers a database matching program that gives clients the ability to see where customers are coming from and better judge the effectiveness of campaigns.

Other key value-added benefits include:

• Free graphic design services
• No contract requirements
• A free market analysis
• A free call tracking number to help dentists accurately capture inbound leads generated by direct mail campaigns
• Free access to a detailed learning center, featuring guidance from a dentist with $2 million in sales

Mudlick also provides dentists with the flexibility to mail low quantities, and will help dentists craft compelling advertisements, proven to attract more patients. As part of its expanded outreach to dental practices, Mudlick Mail will be exhibiting at the American Dental Association’s Annual Meeting Oct. 31- Nov. 3, 2013, in New Orleans.

“Mudlick Mail is an integral part of our marketing plan,” said Dr. Michael Mulkey, owner of Lost Mountain Dental in Powder Springs, Ga.

“After using Mudlick Mail over the last four months, we have seen our new patient count steadily grow to almost 100 new patients per month.”

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