In this episode of The Chiropractic Marketing Podcast, Dr. Patrick MacNamara talks about Facebook Messenger and what every chiropractor ought to know about using Messenger chatbots.
Welcome everyone to Episode #19 of The Chiropractic Marketing Podcast. I’m your host, Dr. Patrick MacNamara, and today we’re going to talk about what every chiropractor ought to know about Messenger chatbots.
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Alright, today we’re going to explore what every chiropractor ought to know about Messenger chatbots.
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