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Bryan Citrin

CEO & PresidentChiropractic Advertising

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Area

Member Since December 2017


Digital Marketing
Public Speaking


I have a deep God given desire to help people succeed. This includes helping top doctors across the United States succeed in growing their practice, mentoring top college students at prominent universities such as UCLA and USC, and to even include the ongoing support of some of the poorest people in the world. After graduating with my bachelor of science in entrepreneurship from Missouri State University, I moved to Los Angeles to help with a campus ministry at UCLA. While working with that group, I traveled the country sharing the vision and challenging churches to not only invest financially in campus ministry, but to also be more intentional about sharing their faith. I eventually put my college degree to work and started a digital marketing agency which now boasts a national client base. One of the motivations behind this was to develop additional revenue streams to finance causes I was passionate about. I specifically chose the chiropractic niche because both of my parents and my uncle are chiropractors and I've experienced the detriments of not marketing your practice properly as a youth. Additionally, we just got a trademark for my automation brand LeadFlows is an all in one solution that consolidates the software systems such as landing pages, email automation, and two way texting into a single platform. I hold certifications as a John C. Maxwell speaker, trainer, and coach. I have taken 27 humanitarian mission trips to Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere. I'm fighting poverty first hand in the small village of Fond Doux, Haiti where I've encouraged countless people spiritually, provided economic development to the region, invested in educational scholarships, feeding programs, and so much more. Alongside managing marketing campaigns for doctors, I am available for consulting and speaking engagements.

Published content

10 Entrepreneurs Share The Most Important Early Business Decisions They Made

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The first few years of a company can be the most critical for its overall growth trajectory. This early stage will set the tone for the business and determine how potential pitfalls will be handled.  As a business owner, you'll have to make a multitude of important decisions during this time, from determining your product's viability to setting company values. Below, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council detail the most important business decisions they made during the first few years of their own businesses and why they feel they were so important in getting them where they are today.


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11 Areas Small-Business Marketers Should Focus on in 2022

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Success in any business largely depends on the success of its marketing efforts. But with so many ways to market and so many areas to focus on, it can be challenging to narrow a campaign down to a single focal point. However, if you fail to create a focused strategy, your marketing efforts will likely be less than successful.  To that end, 11 professionals from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) were asked the following question:

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During the first quarter of the year, businesses often start to notice what’s been working and what hasn’t, what goals have been accomplished and which haven't quite yet. Maybe an initiative started in the first few weeks of the year still hasn't gotten off the ground or a campaign launched at the end of January didn't show the results you expected. Whatever the case, now is the perfect time for your business to do some “spring cleaning.” Whether it's a full reworking of your business plan or reviewing your SOPs, these steps and more could be great ways to refresh your business moving into the next portion of the year. Below, 10 Young Entrepreneur Council members shared what they recommend you do to “spring clean” your operations and the impact it'll have on the rest of your year.

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The idea of a four-day workweek isn't a new concept, but since the pandemic, whether or not this type of work model should be implemented has become a hot topic of debate in the professional world. Some say four-day workweeks make employees more productive, while others argue that, even if this is true, they can't spare their entire staff on a Friday. It boils down to leaders knowing what will work for their companies. But with so many factors to consider, coming to a practical conclusion can seem overwhelming. To share their own perspectives, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council members offer their opinions on the popular four-day workweek model and whether or not they believe leaders should consider it as a valuable solution for better work-life balance.

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Great customer service is easy to spot but difficult to master. While some tactics are obvious, like treating the customer with respect and fairness, the very best techniques for improving customer service might not be what you expect. During their business journeys, the members of Young Entrepreneur Council have learned some unexpected lessons about making customers happy. Below, nine of them shared surprising tidbits they've picked up along the way that can help businesses revamp and improve their existing customer service infrastructure.

Company details

Chiropractic Advertising

Company bio

We help chiropractors around the nation succeed by growing their practice to capacity. Both my parents and my uncle are chiropractors, giving me unique insight into the industry and top strategies to grow a doctors office.


Marketing & Advertising

Company size

2 - 10

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