Nothing makes dentists happier than their smiling customers on a return trip to their office. Healthy teeth are something people are proud to show off. Your dental practice website can have the same influence on new patients, encouraging them to check you out and become repeat patients. Your smile is often the first thing people notice when you meet for the first time and the same is true of a business website: it’s the first thing most patients see of your practice.
What does your dentist website say about YOUR practice?Your own personal image can be everything in the marketing industry. From the first moment a potential patient begins a Google search for your service, to when they land on your website, they are expecting high quality information. It is at this moment that your website’s image can influence whether they stay our leave your site. Maintaining a clean image and always show your practice in the best light.
Poor web maintenance can negatively affect your ranking in Google.TheeDesign understands that keeping a clean website is important, because it can directly affect how Google ranks your website. A dirty and unkempt website can lend the idea that your practice is in similar shape. Your website should be viewed as a direct representation of your business as a whole. Establishing and maintaining a website can be an easy task if you give it attention every now and again. However, if you let things get away from you (much like drinking too much coffee) the stains can build up and tarnish the appearance you are trying to extend to your community. As all dentists know, it is easier less painful to take care of your teeth daily than it is to fill cavities and whiten teeth. So make sure to monitor your website performance and health on a regular basis. At the end of the day, you want something to be proud of and smile about.
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