Creating Your Medical Website

Javier Shannon

Javier Shannon

Posted on December 14, 2011

Doctors everywhere are catching up with the times by creating a website for their practice. If you are a practicing physician considering different medical website design companies, here are some questions you should ask yourself:
1. Do they have the experience to create a visually pleasing website?
This question sounds like a no-brainer but it’s so important. One way to make sure that their graphic design is professional and sleek is to ask to see other websites that hey have designed in the past. Find out what different kinds of graphics they could include on your website, whether they use Java, Flash programming, etc.
2. Do they have marketing capabilities?
I can’t emphasize this one enough. Just because you have a beautiful website, doesn’t mean that people will find it. Some medical website design companies out there are experts in marketing, while others don’t have a clue. Make sure you create a website that will help spread the word about your practice.
3. What will make your website different?
For this one I recommend that you speak directly to the medical website design company that you are considering. Whether it be videos or a blog in which you can interact with your patients, you need to know what they are offering that will make your new website stand out.
As you can see, careful research is imperative when it comes to choosing your medical website design company. Take the time to ask questions. Your medical practice deserves the best.

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