Top 7 Techniques to Improve Your Dental Practice Website’s Usability

Have you ever relinquished a purchase or activity simply because you didn’t have the desire to deal with its complexity? It’s not that you couldn’t figure out how to accumulate the new coffee table you found at your local furniture store; it’s that further down the aisle you discovered a coffee table that fits your room just as well and…

Complete SEO Guide to A Google-friendly Dental Practice Website

So you want a Google-friendly Dental Practice Website, you say? First, let’s change your mindset about SEO being a monthly war with your competition on where you rank. In reality, it is a local campaign that helps provide the best user experience for patients, which in turn can help put you ahead of competitors. Here are a couple tips from…

How an Aging Dental Practice Website Abolishes Your Organic Search Ranking in Google?

Were you one of the first to jump on the dental website movement? Do you have a website that’s 20, 10, or even just five years old? Did you shop for the lowest bidder and then accept your current design without fully understanding digital marketing strategy? If so, what was once a great move to improve your visibility may now…

Is Your Dental Practice Website ADA (American Disability Act) Compliant?

In the March 2017 newsletter, several Dental Associations notes the rise in lawsuits regarding the accessibility of dental websites. The lawsuits are made possible by the Americans with Disabilities Act (AwDA). The AwDA requires that places of public accommodation be accessible to those with disabilities. Public accommodation includes, among other things, dentists’ offices “Recently a Texas dentist threatened with lawsuit…

Top Six Explanations to Invest in a New Dental Website in the Next 6 Months

Here are six explanations we believe you should invest in a new dental website in the next quarter, and why it’s the first step towards getting thoughtful about making “digital” an essential part of your dental marketing strategy for the new year. #1 Your Dental Website Provides an Inferior Experience to Potential Patients Who Are On the Move. More than…

Dentists: Is Your Dental Practice Website Homepage Neglecting These Critical Features?

Today I want to converse the importance of a user-friendly dental website homepage. I’ve conferred with hundreds of dentists who are frustrated with the lack of results from the Internet (and their website). When we look at their dental website, the first thing we do is do a 5 second brush-over of their homepage to see what the general overall…

Top 5 Reasons Why Custom Dental Practice Website Convert Patient Appointment Better Than Template Based Website

Dental Practice Website design is one of the most vital marketing strategies for Dentists. There might have been a time when just having a dental practice website was good enough. That is no longer the case. To bring Potential patients in the door and Increase customer satisfaction and Loyalty among your current patients, you need a great dental practice website…

Top 11 Actionable Techniques to Upsurge Traffic to Your Dental Practice Website

As somebody qualified in the dental field, you might be at a loss about Internet marketing. Maybe you want to drive traffic to your dental practice website and patients to your practice, but you don’t know how. Where do you start? What can you do to create an online presence? Luckily, you don’t have to be a marketing specialist to…

Top 3 Explanations Why Your Dental Practice Website Should be Responsive

Most people nowadays would grab their smartphone or tablet and search the internet for a nearby dentist. Mobile browsing is convenient. You can access the internet from virtually anywhere you go-literally from the palm of your hands. Think about what the power of mobile browsing means in terms of your dental practice. If your dental practice website isn’t using responsive…

Significance of HIPAA Compliant Dental Practice Websites

HIPAA is a term well known to medical providers that stand for the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.” It is intended to safeguard “individually identifiable health information.” Medical information, and the sharing of such, has been controlled for quite some time. When paper records carried the entirety of a person’s personal and medical information, it was somewhat easier to…