If you're reading this page it's likely that you either want a new website for your veterinary practice or you're looking to revamp an existing one to make it more modern, or to make it perform better and bring in more patients. As a visit to your website is often the first impression that visitors have of your office, it's a critical foundational marketing tool for your hospital or clinic. Regardless of your reason for being here, we have 14+ years experience helping professionals just like you drive traffic and new patients to your website,
We could go through a long list of items you need to check off while designing or re-designing your online presence, but we've covered these topics extensively in other parts of our website. Our original client base was made up initially of dentists, as our founder and COO, Dr. David Wank is a Harvard-trained general dentist. Thus, you'll see that much of our content is geared toward the dental field. Rest assured, however, that all of the concepts that apply to building dental, medical and any other professional-service based sites are virtually the same.
For key information about how we build websites and our philosophy about website design please reference this page - and while the page references dentists, the content applies to veterinary websites in exactly the same way.
We develop and build with Google's Webmaster Standards in mind (they are SEO-ready and lightning fast) and as such are technically sound. But as we do not rest on our under-the-hood coding laurels, our sites are also beautifully designed, employing proven established color theory concepts and the latest in modern user interface techniques. Visit our portfolio where you can see dozens of sites we've built for our clients.
Esthetics - it's critical for your presentation to be neat, free of grammatical errors, and to appear organized and planned. If visitors see that you've taken the time to create a quality site, it will reflect positively on your office and build trust with your visitor. You need to build trust with your visitors before you can get your message across to them and start to focus on the marketing aspect of their visit.
Technical Aspects - We'll make sure that your phone number is visible, and that it's easy for people to contact your office. And with Google Analytics (a free program we install for all of our clients), you'll be able to start to learn about how people found you online and begin to see how your site performs. And of course once you know how your site performs, you'll be able to use this knowledge to make your website more appealing to your visitors, and generate even more patient leads.
Trust is a huge factor in getting more patients from any healthcare website, and every healthcare provider should be online. But for veterinarians (like pediatrics) you need an "extra dose" of trust because of the unique nature of the patient-doctor relationship. Regardless of whether or not you are ready to move ahead in the process, make sure that you are aware of the steps that vets must be take in order to build trust with their audiences. Something as simple has having pictures of your staff and short bios that talk about how much the team members love working with people and their pets can go a long way to make visitors choose your practice or hospital over the competition. Read the steps that vets must be take in order to build trust with their audience.
Contact us today for a complimentary consultation with our founder Dr. David Wank.