Now through Cyber Monday: Make Your Website Mobile for Only $995!

How does your site look on a smartphone or tablet? If you haven’t upgraded to a mobile website yet, now is the time. Now through Cyber Monday (December 1st), we’ll convert your current site design to a mobile-responsive site for just $995. About 60% of all internet activity in the US originates from mobile devices, and our medical clients are no exception – we typically see around 50-60% of their traffic coming in through cells and tablets.  If …

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Google’s Newest Mobile Experiment: “Non Mobile-Friendly Site” Icons in Search Results

As reported by SearchEngineWatch.com, Google has been testing a new “not mobile-friendly” icon in mobile search results designed to indicate whether a site is functional on mobile devices. The icon– a gray mobile phone with a slash through it displayed to the left of the website URL– complements Google’s experimentation with a “mobile-friendly” icon starting as far back as 2012. The search engine seems to be testing which approach works best with the smartphone interface. Google’s icon for …

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The Cheater’s Guide to a Future-Proof Website

Everyone wants to build a website that will stand the test of time, but with new technology sweeping the market by the day, this can be a tricky feat. If you want a site that can grow alongside your business without requiring a complete overhaul every few years, you can save yourself ample time and money by making the right decisions now. 1. Build on an open source CMS like WordPress The first step to future-proofing a website …

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Heart Valve Team Has a New Medical Website

Heart Valve Team has a new 10 page medical website designed by Medical Web Experts.  Their responsive website showcases a custom made register form,  forum, and customized content. The Heart Valve Team consists of cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, radiologists, nurses, rehabilitation staff, and social workers.  These cardiac experts work together to evaluate patients’ heart valve conditions.  They determine whether a diseased valve needs repairing or replacement and which therapy will be optimal for the patient’s recovery.  Their forum allows for …

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Complete Practice Solutions Has a New Website

Complete Practice Solutions from Kalispell, Montana has a new comprehensive website, designed by Medical Web Experts. Their new website is intuitive and elegantly simple, allowing site visitors to effortlessly find the information they need. The redesigned website features a responsive design and an animated banner. In addition, Medical Web Experts has incorporated a blog and a contact form to make it easy for users to get in touch with the company. To learn more about our customized approach …

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Alberta Bariatric Clinics Have a New Mobile Responsive Website

Alberta Bariatric Clinics in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, have a new mobile responsive medical website designed by Medical Web Experts. Mobile-friendly sites help healthcare businesses expand their reach. They not only look better on tablets and smartphones; they also make navigation a breeze. Alberta Bariatric Clinics’ website is informative and easy to use, allowing patients to quickly find the information they need. Google Maps integration lets site visitors get directions to both clinics with just a few clicks. Meanwhile, …

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Is Your Medical Website Turning Site Visitors Into New Patients?

While it may be easy to figure out how to drive traffic to your healthcare organization’s website, getting people to take some sort of action once they’re there can be a struggle. If you haven’t figured out how to capitalize on the traffic your website gets, you could be missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in easy-to-capture revenue each year. Do you know how effective your website is at converting new customers? Contact us for a …

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Weill Cornell Medical College Launched New Rehabilitation Medicine Website

The Division of Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College has a new website designed by Medical Web Experts. The site design is mobile responsive, which means it is easy for users to access the website and find information not just on desktop computers, but on their smartphones and tablets too. In addition to a simple navigation, the website also features Google Maps integration for easy access to directions. The Division of Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical …

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Infographic: How Much is Your Medical Website Hurting Your Practice?

Having an outdated website can work against you, harming your chances of capturing potential customer leads. If a user lands on a website that is slow to load or is difficult to navigate, for example, they will mostly likely click off the page. Giving your website a fresh look, incorporating trust elements, and improving usability can strengthen your brand and increase the number of converting customers. You can also get ahead of the competition by investing in mobile responsive …

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Photographs with Medical Testimonials: Valuable and Trustworthy or Just a Waste of Space?

Testimonials from patients and providers included in your healthcare organization’s medical website design can make you look more credible and give potential patients a sense of the experience and services that they might get if they choose your hospital or practice. But not all medical testimonials are equally valuable. If not done correctly, they could just be taking up space on your website. By making your testimonial images more personal, you can increase your healthcare website’s conversion rates. Here …

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