Is your Medical Practice Website Design a Success or a Failure?
Why you need a New Website Design? What can make a website a popular visitor's haven while another website suffers from poor traffic? Is it just the design, or is it the content, or is there any other element at work here? Even to the untrained eye, the look, feel, and general layout of a website matters; what the website can offer by way of reader value also matters. The design of your healthcare practice website, content appeal, social media…
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    Most marketers agree that one existing customer is better than two new ones. A patient who is loyal to a medical practice will spread the good word about the practice and be responsible for bringing several new patients to the practice over time. Making efforts to win patient loyalty will always be rewarded in more ways than what a doctor or a medical marketer can imagine. It pays to focus on building patient loyalty by way of improved and personalized…
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    Roslyn Heights, NY, October 15, 2014 - Summer can be rough on skin, says Joshua Fox, MD, medical director of Advanced Dermatology P.C. Beyond the dangers associated with sunburn, a recent report in JAMA Dermatology found bikini waxes and shaving can increase the risk of contracting a contagious and unsightly skin rash known as molluscum contagiosum. In warm months, 61 percent of women remove hair from the bikini line at least once per week. "Healthy skin acts as a barrier…
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