By now you’ve probably heard about the Black Diamond Club. But what exactly is it? You can ask any one of the over 200 members who are some of the most successful chiropractors around or you can read about it here from the genius behind it. Meet Dr. Shawn Dill You probably already know him, […]
Steve Tullius, D.C., ACP American Chiropractic Association, chiropractic is..., Chiropractic Marketing, Communication, Cultural Authority, Education, Philosophy, Politics, Research, Science, Subluxation, Vertebral Subluxation
2013 has been a fun and wild ride here at chiropractic is… We’re celebrating our first year producing philosophically congruent websites and communications tools for the profession as well as our informative and sometimes controversial chiropractic blog. We’d like to thank all our clients and regular readers and wish you all a happy and […]
This Thanksgiving week marks the one-year anniversary for chiropractic is… and we want to thank you for your support! We are offering a 30% Discount on many of our most popular products (in addition to the 20% we will continue to give back to the TIC organization of your choice). AND If you sign up for any one of our highly professional, […]
I grew up listening to heavy metal music. Mostly because my brothers and sister did. Now I listen to the likes of Mumford & Sons, Dave Matthews, Michael Franti, Jack Johnson and John Mayer. Much more mellow, however a recent trend in chiropractic has me thinking about a song from my youth. The song is […]
The vision of chiropractic is… has always been on dispersing information on a global scale. That’s why chiropractic websites are at the heart of that vision. The internet has leveled the playing field in many ways when it comes to being able to share information with the profession and public. This comes much to the […]
What do you get when you cross $1.5 million dollars per year, poor results and high fives all around? Why a Chiropractic advertising and marketing plan of course!
Even though you’ve been told that, “Chiropractic is for Everyone,” by at least one speaker at every seminar you’ve ever been to, that doesn’t make it so.