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How to design a dental website

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  • 1. How to Design a Dental WebsiteDental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 2. Why does design have to matter?1 Converting visitors into paying patients mean they have to stay longer on your dental site.2 You make them do that by getting their attention through eye-catching interface.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 3. The Approach: A User-Centered Strategy to Web Design Take note of the natural viewing habits of your average reasonable website visitors.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 4. Habit No. 1: Visitors don’t readyour site content word for word. This is why you need to make your site content concise and direct to the point. Less is always more.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 5. Habit No. 2: It’s possible to grab visitors’ attention to parts of your website. The human eye naturally wanders to itemswhich are look different from the rest so useitalics, bold and underline text formatting.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 6. Habit No. 3: Website visitors have a general F-browsing pattern. Hence, utilize the left portion of your dental website to feature information which you want visitors to know.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 7. Habit No. 4: Visitors don’t always like to think. So make sure that your dental website sends the right advertising message to its visitors. Don’t be too cryptic.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 8. Habit No. 5: Visitors want to know how to get from A to B. If your dental website’s navigation system isn’t intuitive enough, you’re in deep trouble.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 9. Habit No. 6: Visitors actually like videos. Things that show moving and talking people are interesting to visitors, so use them.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 10. Habit No. 7: Visitors don’t like clutter. So keep things sleek and free from too many images. Coherence is the key.Dental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com
  • 11. Get started now call 1-800-303-6029 Dentist Identity Helping Dentists http://dentistidentity.comDental Websites, Marketing and SEO. Dentist Identity http://dentistidentity.com

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