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Would a Website Attract Potential New Patients?

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"Do websites help doctors attract new patients?" The answer is yes and no. According to research by over 100 million Americans search the Internet for health information, and 74% say the information they find online influences their treatment decisions. However, there's a big difference between the customized, content-oriented websites and the websites made from fancy templates or by amateur web developers with poor quality design.

Recently a well-known doctor in our community, who was interviewed several times by local TV stations, complained about her website. It had been developed three years ago by her friend an amateur web designer. However, her website had failed to acquire her any new patients.

Ultimately simply having a website is not enough. How you design your website affects whether or not you can attract visitors and convert them into patients.

Please see what our web design team can offer.


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