BuildMyBod Founder speaking at MTF Cosmetic Forum and PPMD Live!

Dr. Jonathan Kaplan, founder/CEO of BuildMyBod Health will be on hand at two meetings this weekend. First, he’ll present at the MTF Biologics Cosmetic Forum on Saturday, October 19th in New York City. He’ll speak again at the Practice Profitability practice management meeting on Sunday in Tampa.   As you can see above, Dr. Kaplan will be presenting with a team of experts in their......
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Changing referral patterns in the age of social media

referral patterns
Social media is to blame, or take credit, for everything these days! The effects of social media are evident across a variety of spaces. For example, it’s changing political discourse, feelings of inequality (you always knew the Kardashians had more money than you but now you know how much more!) and how a business goes about generating, well, new business. Specifically, to stay competitive, aesthetic...
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Dr. Kaplan giving social media course at CSPS Annual Meeting

social media course
If you’re in or around Sacramento tomorrow or already attending the California Society of Plastic Surgeons’ (CSPS) Annual Meeting, don’t miss Dr. Kaplan’s 1-hour social media course! But Dr. Kaplan only has 25K followers on Instagram, you say? What makes him an expert worthy of giving a course?! He doesn’t consider himself an expert but he’s in the trenches utilizing social media on the reg...
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Makin’ it rain with Dr. Miami! [video]

Dr. Miami
In a recent webinar for BuildMyBod Health, Dr. Miami offered his testimonial on why lead generation is so critical. Specifically, why lead generation using the BuildMyBod Health price transparency platform is so critical.   Makin’ it rain! As you’ll see in the video below, Dr. Miami relies heavily on social media to generate a buzz and interest in his practice. As he explains, social media...
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Dr. Kaplan speaking at 26th Annual FFAS Conference

ffas conference
Dr. Jonathan Kaplan, founder/CEO of BuildMyBod Health will be speaking this Friday at the Foundation for Facial Aesthetic Surgery – FFAS Conference this weekend.   According to the FFAS website, “The mission of the Foundation of Facial Aesthetic Surgery (a Non-Profit, Multi-Specialty Foundation) is to foster a sense of cooperation and knowledge exchange between the medical specialties that are primarily involved in the science, practice and...
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Interacting with potential patients on social media

potential patients
In the past, a patient could search a doctor’s website or watch their YouTube channel anonymously. Not anymore! With the advent of social media, a physician’s practice can gain valuable insights into what potential patients are considering or thinking.   Who are your potential patients? When a doctor (or anyone) posts video clips to Snapchat or Instagram Stories, it’s possible to see who is viewing...
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Kelsey’s rant (kelseykaplanfashion on IG): What to look for in your doctor [video]

kelseykaplanfashion
I don’t know what got her going but my wife, Kelsey, or kelseykaplanfashion on Instagram, went on a humorous tirade on what to look for in a plastic surgeon. It’s her 5 standards that lead to THE gold standard in choosing your doctor. Check out the video and listicle below!   The Gold Standard of what to look for in a doctor by Kelsey Kaplan...
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Dr. Kaplan at AAFPRS

aafprs 2019
BuildMyBod founder, Dr. Jonathan Kaplan, continues his US speaking tour in Dallas this Wednesday at the 12th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery. This meeting is put on by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – the AAFPRS. He’ll be giving three talks, one as a plastic surgeon and two as founder/CEO of BuildMyBod Health.   Talks at the AAFPRS: The SIMI...
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Put the swimming bitmoji on the liposuction canister. Wait, what?!

bitmoji
The language spawned by social media is bizarre to say the least. Snaps, posts, likes, tags, giphys, stickers and the almighty bitmoji. We’re not talking about just lingo or coined terms within social media. It’s the combination of lingo with normal everyday speech that make for very strange, surreal conversations.   So many bitmoji, so little time A typical day within a practice that heavily...
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