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Follow the Law & Avoid Potential Legal Fees With Our ADA Compatible Websites
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that businesses need to adhere to specific guidelines to ensure individuals with disabilities have the same access to services as those without disabilities. Not only does ADA-proofing your site increase the number of potential patients, it also protects you from any legal action that can be taken against a non-ADA compatible website.
Forget the Headaches Caused by Your Past Marketing Firm
Ease into a new strategy with our streamlined three step process.
Meet With Our Creative Geniuses
We kick things off with a simple meeting where we ask you a set of specific questions to help us pin down the needs of your business.
Develop a Marketing Strategy
We take that information back to the rest of the team where a content and design strategy are formed for your specific location.
Convert Ideas Into Patients
After we iron out the finer details, it's tossed over to our developers who take that strategy and work it into your online identity.
Reach Patients Where It Matters Most
Nearly 70% of the population find websites on mobile devices. Is your dental website mobile ready?
The majority of people searching for services are doing so on mobile devices. In fact, nearly 70% of people are doing this. We ensure that your mobile presence is designed to convert visitors into patients.
Let Us Help Your Practice Grow
Reach out to us for a consultation and see how our unique marketing strategy can help drive more patients into your practice.
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Clients Using Our Services
Do you update your website frequently? If your answer is no, let us tell you why it’s important to regularly update your website. Updates can be something as simple as swapping out some text or pictures or adding in a new page of content. Whatever your update is, it’s beneficial...
Blogging is more than just a hobby, it can positively impact your website and the experience of your website visitors. There are many ways you can use your blog to enhance visitor’s website experience. First and foremost, you can use it as a tool to educate your patients about the...
All websites are different so some websites may find blogging to be more important than their website content. E-commerce sites, for example, may not have much to say about their products in their website content so it may be more beneficial to talk about their products within a blog. Businesses...