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Website Design: How to Build a Business Website Using Wix, Squarespace, Weebly or WordPress
Website Design: How to Build a Business Website Using Wix, Squarespace, Weebly or WordPressAre you wondering how to build a business website for your dental practice?Are you considering creating a website using Wix, Squarespace, Weebly or WordPress?Do you already have a dental website and you’d...  Read More
Are you working with a dental marketing, dental SEO, or dental web design agency who's providing you with a "content library" to use on your website? Not so fast!That "content library" may actually be hurting your site's SEO efforts and keeping you from attracting new patients.Try this easy...  Read More
Increase conversion rates and new patient opportunities by 40% with new website photos!Compare the photos from 2 different dental websites below. Which one do you think is more appealing.Today I'm going to summarize one of my most popular articles, . Great examples of dental practice websites with...  Read More
Your Website Probably Sucks
Your website probably sucks! most dentists don't spend enough time on creating a great website. Dentists usually hire the lowest quality provider to build a website because they are told that it is important to have a website but they don't understand how a well designed and optimized website can...  Read More
Contracts and outsourcing web design to foreign companies
Q: Should I outsource my graphic/web design needs to a foreign freelancer or company?A: If you are on the American soil, you want to hire someone who is subject to US law, so you can have legal recourse in case things go wrong. American vendors are fully accountable to US law while foreign vendors...  Read More
Getting started with a professional website
As a small business owner, you should have a professionally designed custom website. Despite what many doctors think, it does matter how your website looks. People nowadays expect to see good-looking and well-functioning websites as a standard, so you should have one too, if you want to stand out...  Read More
Do I Need a High-End Website, What Do My Patients Say, and How Much Does It Cost?
If dentists think high-end, they will eventually start getting more upscale patients. But to become high-end you have to be an entrepreneur, which means you have to reinvent yourself and go beyond what's standard in your industry. Since this blog is about web design, let’s see how having a...  Read More
Website Templates: To Use or Not To Use
Here is . It's written for graphic designers, but it's well-suited to be read by dentists as well, because it brings up points you should consider if you are contemplating on building or redesigning a website for your practice.  Read More
How Professional Web Design Will Give You an Advantage over Other Dental Practices
Let's be honest, sometimes it’s not easy being a dentist. No matter how skilled a professional you are, you’re going to have to compete with other local dentists for the same pool of potential customers. That means you’ll have to put a good chunk of your hard-won earnings toward...  Read More
Don't chain your online presence to any particular vendor
If you buy a website plan from a company that makes templated websites and hosts them on their proprietary platform, you are tying yourself to that particular company and make yourself dependent on their terms. Rather, you should get a custom website that is created around the needs of your...  Read More
Get Your Dentistry to the Front Page of Online Search Results: 5 Ways to Boost Your Google Ranking
You’re not the only , you have to do everything you can to stand out. One way to stand out is to get your website to show up above your competitors in online search results. Here are 5 ways you can boost your Google ranking and come out on top in search results.1. High-Quality ContentThe ,...  Read More

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