If you have a dental website or blog, you are responsible and will be held legally accountable for copyright or trademark infringement on your site. You need to know the basics to keep yourself out of trouble. Problem is, the Internet is a relatively new medium. “When it comes to trademark use on the Internet, […]
Entries Tagged as 'Dental Websites'
December 5th, 2008 · Comments Off on What Dentists Need to Know about Copyright, Trademarks on Dental Websites
November 11th, 2008 · Comments Off on Dentist’s Website on Page One… But That’s Not the Whole Story
You may think it sounds pretty impressive to hear that a website is on “page one.” Granted, being on page one (or even better, at the top of page one) is a great goal if the term your site is found for is a good one. Here’s what I mean – When someone is looking […]
September 10th, 2008 · Comments Off on Marketing Your Dental Website with SEO
In his blog this week, dental technology guru Dr. Larry Emmott (www.emmottontechnology.com) poses these SEO-related questions for dentists who aren’t happy with their website’s Internet presence. Are the keywords you’re targeting relevant to site content? Are targeted keywords popular phrases used in search engine queries? Do page titles start with your targeted keywords? Does your […]
July 23rd, 2008 · Comments Off on A Dental Website for Your Unique Practice
When is it Time for a Website? You may be wondering if it’s time you stake a claim on the Internet. Maybe you have a website that was created five years ago, but you never use it and you think it looks outdated. The Web has come a long way very fast. Today, a dental […]
June 18th, 2008 · Comments Off on Dental Websites that Work
Have you ever been to a Website and felt like you’re being pummeled with information? Where do you begin? What do you click first? Long paragraphs, longer pages… Do you really have time for this? Do your patients? When a guy sits down at a home computer to find a dentist, he is looking for […]
May 9th, 2008 · Comments Off on Beware of Scam Emails!
A patient who has done half of a full-mouth rehab with you walks in one day and says she wants her dental records transferred to another dentist. “Who is it?” you ask, a bit miffed. You’ve never heard of him! You’ve worked so hard to build a great plan for long-term success for this patient. […]
May 8th, 2008 · Comments Off on How Will They Find Your Dental Website?
If you invest in a website, how will the right people find it? The Internet is enormous, with information available to people across the globe. Your audience, your target market, consists of a little piece of the globe, most likely. To ensure that your site is found by search engines, you need to begin with […]
May 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on “First Page on Google!”
It’s what you want – a website that turns up on the first page, if not the number one result, in Google or Yahoo searches. Sounds easy enough. Sounds like you should be able to just purchase that location; after all, this is advertising, right? It’s not quite that simple. And if someone says that […]
May 6th, 2008 · Comments Off on Who Owns Your Website?
So you want a website. It’s about time. To claim your bit of real estate on the Internet, you must purchase a domain name, create a site, upload it, and have the site hosted. (If your site is not hosted, it will not be online.) Though hosting is a service, there are a few tangibles […]
May 5th, 2008 · Comments Off on What Every Dentist Needs to Know about Practice Websites
This week, DentalBlogs.com is going to delve into the giant, and often overwhelming, World Wide Web. A dental practice website can be a valuable tool for marketing, interacting with patients efficiently, and introducing your office to potential patients. But the Internet is a foreign world to many dentists. As the week progresses, check back here […]