3 Common Dental Website Mistakes

Dental WebsitesCreating a successful business website can be a challenge even to experienced web designers. However, because your website is such an important marketing tool, it’s important not to underestimate this step. Luckily we have a few tips you can use to make sure your website will be successful.

3 Common Website Mistakes To Avoid

Below are the most common website mistakes and why you should avoid making them:

  1. Making contact info difficult to find – One of the most important parts of your website is your contact information. Make sure that your phone number, email, and address are in a visible location on each page of your website. Additionally, this information needs to be simple to find on any platform including a smart phone.
  2. Letting your website go stale – Letting your website go without any new content or information can make it more difficult for new patients to find. It’s important to keep your site updated with new content, images, social networking links, and blog posts.
  3. Complicated web designs – Many people assume that complicated web pages make their business look important, but it actually has the opposite effect. Your website needs to be simple, user-friendly, and easy to navigate from any device, browser, and operating system. Use light colors and make sure the font is large enough to be read around a foot away from the computer screen.

For more information on successfully running your dental practice or for any of your dental acquisition needs, please keep CTC Associates in mind. Your practice is our priority.

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