Updated on December 21, 2018. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
Oct 25, 2017 –
MarijuanaDoctors.com has recently invested in two new advertising methods: radio advertisements and billboards. This is in an effort to raise awareness of growing medical marijuana options in the states in which the advertisements are going to be placed. It’s also a way to promote MarijuanaDoctors.com and all the reputable, licensed doctors who are signed up to be listed in our marijuana doctor database.
Radio advertisements for MarijuanaDoctors.com began running in early October on the following radio stations:
Billboard promoting our site and all the doctors listed on it will begin running November 6th in various locations throughout Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Advertising for medical marijuana has been extremely limited up until now due to its status as a Schedule I substance in the eyes of the federal government. For a long time, the only way for medical cannabis dispensaries, doctors and other businesses to market themselves was on the Internet. It was also crucial for these advertisers to target their messages to people 21 and older, which can be difficult to do online.
We hope to see changes such as this continue in favor of the legalization of medical marijuana everywhere.
As a marijuana-friendly physician signed up with MarijuanaDoctors.com — or one who’s considering whether or not to join our site — these additional marketing mediums will directly and positively influence your patient base. Not only will you likely acquire new patients who see our billboards or hear our radio advertisements, but you’ll also continue to build trust with your existing patients as a reputable, reliable source.
On top of our other benefits for doctors — such as significantly increasing your patient base, allowing you to start seeing new patients immediately and streamlining your scheduling and efficiency — these new marketing strategies can help your practice save time and money on marketing and advertising.