Archive for the ‘Web’ Category
Your website is the foundation of your online presence and often the first impression you make to potential patients.
Website designs continue to evolve for all businesses, including healthcare practices. It can be difficult to know which elements of web design you must follow on your practice website in order to present a professional and polished look online.
Here are the most important design trends our experts recommend following for 2018 and into 2019.
As the most influential search engine, Google faces a daily challenge in how they can best present results to users. Google changes its search algorithm roughly 500-600 times per year. We’ll go through how Google search algorithms have changed over time and how those changes affect the way you should present your practice online. Some […]
Have you ever clicked a website only to realize it didn’t have what you were looking for?
You probably closed it and started looking somewhere else.
If this happens when patients visit your website, it will increase your bounce rate, which could harm your search rankings over time.
A good website has a lot in common with a good house. There are a world of possible amenities and features in both, and every potential buyer will have different priorities. While one homebuyer might prioritize gas stoves over electric, and another might highly value a spacious patio, all can agree that their house will […]
You know that feeling you get from a suspicious offer — you don’t know exactly what it is, but something about it just doesn’t add up. As a small business owner, you’ve developed a sixth sense when it comes to protecting your practice, and you should trust your gut.
Your website is your first impression in the minds of many modern patients, and you may never get another opportunity to show them the excellence of your practice. You only have a tiny window of time to convince them to stay — half of online users spend less than 15 seconds on a website. An old, outdated site can cause users to navigate away before they even get a chance to look at your services.