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Aspen Dermatology Builds Client Communication with Training by Web Campus World Wide
Date:11/17/2009

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“As a dermatology office we wanted to reach into the 21st Century to extend our progressive patient care through online communication,” said Michael Moore. “With all the advances in modern medicine we keep up with, we realize we also need to keep abreast of the way our clients communicate especially as eMedia has rapidly grown to be a big part of everyone’s lives.”

Michael signed up for the course and its eMedia eMPowerment Steps and will learn to reach the Dr.’s local and national patients through social and eMedia. And, he adds, that if dermatologists think their patients aren’t online they are wrong! People get online to find all kinds of options including good skin care solutions. To be competitive all medical offices need to provide online resources and communications.

“Through applying eMedia uses online we can give a better service to our patients online,” said Michael Moore. “Instead of hiring a high-priced consultant we save costs for the office and our clients by learning how to engage in 21st Century online communications ourselves.”

The eMPowerment training available through online coursework and live classes at Web Campus World Wide teaches small business owners and their staffs to market, sell, connect, and compete online. Each step of the eMPowerment Series gives foundational marketing strategy, tools, and online communications education that teaches business owners what they need to be successful in the 21st Century.

Dermatologist offices and medical practices can avail themselves of this training series for a discount through the following code “AspenEMedia” to be used at WcWW.com. Prices start at $240 per Step and are discounted as much as 35% when they are purchased together.

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Aspen Dermatology currently offers three board certified dermatologists in their office. We service al
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