Get Strategically Social with PGC’s
Social Media for the Elective Medical Industry

Learn how to 2X or 3X your following and make social media your lowest cost per lead marketing strategy!
A 90-Day Training for Med Spa Owners


You truly believe in your product or service and want to tell the world about it! This is why you do what you do – to help people. You’re ready to serve more patients but… you either don’t know how to get them, or what you’re doing isn’t working.

Is the marketing that used to work for you no longer delivering?

If so, you’re completely, totally, absolutely not alone.

Social media is replacing many of those traditional marketing options that used to yield amazing results. The upside? When done correctly, social media can be your LOWEST COST per lead.

The possibilities are exciting, but this excitement comes with a side order of overwhelm and confusion. How do you know where to start?


Do you find yourself wondering…

  • When should we post?
  • What should we post?
  • How often should we post?
  • And where the heck do we post all this stuff anyways?!

Breathe…

Learning about social media and marketing can feel like a full-time job and you’re probably wearing enough hats already. There’s just no room to add “social media guru” to the mix. Maybe you’ve thought about hiring a marketing and social media expert, but you’re just not there yet. Or you do have the staff to take this over but they don’t have knowledge and tools to make a dent in cyberspace. The thought of it all leaves you and your staff feeling deflated. So how do you pull yourself out of the social media pit of despair?

You need a straightforward, step-by-step guide to answer all your questions – and the questions you haven’t even thought of. Someone to tell you exactly what to do, when, and how to do it. You want to empower your staff with this knowledge, oh! And wouldn’t it be a dream if this program was tailored to the elective medical industry?


Your wish is my command.

Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith here, founder and CEO of Projected Growth Consulting. My team and I have gone down the wormhole of social media and survived to tell all. Through years of trial and error, we’ve discovered what works (and what doesn’t) and are now handing everything to you on a silver platter.

Social Media for the Elective Medical Industry Course, our 90-Day Social Media Training Program for Med Spa owners is here.


Wanna double your followers? We’ve cracked the code.

Written for med spa owners by former med spa owners (and employees, event coordinators, and sales experts) this course delivers exactly what you need to create a powerful social media presence. Let this 12-module course save you time, money, and sanity. We break it all down for you, piece by piece, turning confusion into confidence and a genuine excitement to implement all you’ve learned.

Social Media for the Elective Medical Industry is packed with:

  • 12 Video Training Modules with detailed PDF downloads
  • Graphic Design Training for Developing Your Own Content
  • A Personalized, Premade 30-Day Posting Kit (drag and drop posts)
  • Social Media Editorial Calendar
  • Posts that Share not “Sell” – Samples and Instructions
  • Contests, Events, & E-Blast Trainings and Step-By-Step Guides
  • Blogging and Vlogging for Search Engine Optimization
  • How to Analyze Your Results and What Your Followers WANT to See

And a whole lot more!


Give ‘em a fish…

Social media experts range from hundreds to thousands of dollars each month. With this course, we’re not giving you a fish, we’re teaching you how to take control of your business on the web – a skill that will feed you for years to come. Right now, we’re offering this entire, lifetime access, 12-module course for only $997.

SPECIAL BONUS: I’m also throwing in one month of our Standard Graphic Subscription Bundle, a $550 Value, yours free!

I’m in! Let’s do it.



“Working with Kelly and her team at PGC has been a truly positive experience for our Facial Plastic Surgery practice. PGC’s team creates creative, eye-catching campaigns that drive social media interactions as well as in office marketing materials. They have most certainly increased our social media presence while helping us transfer online interactions and referrals into paying, happy patients. Not only have they freed up our valuable staff from trying to manage our website, marketing, and social media efforts, but they bring to the table a vast knowledge of industry market trends. They are a valued partner in our growing business.” – Chad A. Glazer, MD | President – Glazer Facial Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery


As someone who has spent decades growing business revenue, I can honestly say this is one of the best investments you can make in your business. It will empower you and your staff to know exactly how to become visible online, promote your products and services, and court your dream clients.

Once you purchase this course, it’s yours for a lifetime. So those with a limited bandwidth have the freedom to learn in small, digestible doses. On the flip side, if you’re ready to dive in you’ll gain INSTANT ACCESS and are free to consume as much as your mind allows!


Here’s what you’ll learn in these 12 comprehensive modules:

INTRO: Laying the Foundation
WEEK 1: An Introduction to Social Media for the Elective Medical Industry
WEEK 2: Owning and Creating Your Social Media Accounts
WEEK 3: Developing Your Social Media Strategy
WEEK 4: Making Data-Driven Decisions
WEEK 5: Instagram
WEEK 6: Giveaways and Event Promotions
WEEK 7: Email Marketing and Patient Database Mining
WEEK 8: Blogging, Vlogging, and Video
WEEK 9: Creating Your Social Media Graphics
WEEK 10: Brand Management
WEEK 11: Social Media Advertising
WEEK 12: Putting It All Together

Learn how to leverage the power of social media today!

2X or 3X your following this year and make social media your LOWEST COST per lead marketing strategy!

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