Archive for the ‘ Website Design ’ Category
6 Signs Your Practice Needs a New Website Once upon a time, you poured yourself into the building of your website. And with all its new features, it ran like a dream. You were so proud of that website. An extension of yourself, it has remained close to your heart. But that was back in […]
5 Best Medical & Dental Websites of 2019 (January – June) We’re midway through 2019, and like the night sky on your Fourth of July, the latest websites created by our team at PBHS are lighting up the online air waves. Captivating and unique, these websites will take your breath away with their usability, […]
7 Reasons Dental & Medical Specialists Need SEO At this very moment, prospective patients in your area are searching online for services you offer. How do you ensure your practice’s website shows up first in a Google search, before your competition? The answer is—a strong SEO (Search Engine Optimization) strategy complete with on-page […]
Top 6 Dentist Websites by PBHS As 2018 comes to a close, our team at PBHS is proud to look back on the hundreds of unique custom dental websites we’ve developed and launched this past year. Below are a few that stand out in how they have differentiated their presence online through graphic elements, cutting […]
An important foundation of any dental practice is their branding. A solid branding strategy markets your practice’s professionalism, competence and character to your patients and referring doctors. Three key components of a practice’s brand identity include: a logo, website, and promotional marketing materials. Your logo. The first and most important building block of your brand is […]
With the world of dental marketing rapidly expanding online, most of your competitors already have a website. Do you know how to set your website apart?
With ADA Accessibility, A Few Words Make a World of Difference Example: What’s the difference between a button that says “Learn More…” and one that says “Learn More About Dental Implants”? For a person using a screen reader, the difference is vast. While an average-vision user can rely on visual clues to fill in the […]