Is your dental website a marketing machine?

Is your dental website a marketing machine?

Whether you realize it or not, the foundation for marketing your dental practice is your dental website design. The question is, is it doing a good enough job? And is it bringing in enough new patients?

If not, but you’d better make sure your dental website marketing plan is focused on the areas that will drive the most traffic through your site, and into your office.

On-page SEO

Google will help you get the attention of visitors, but you need to do your part by optimizing your web pages to get Google’s attention. Some of the most effective things you can do to help your dental SEO include:

  • Using keywords in headlines and body copy
  • Providing enough relevant content to make readers (and search bots) happy
  • Adding links internally on your pages that point to other related content
  • Beef up your local SEO by mentioning neighboring landmarks and businesses
  • Including video and other interactive or visual elements that keep users engaged and increase the amount of time they spend on your pages


Having a blog as part of your dental website marketing is another effective way to boost your SEO by adding keyword-rich content. It also gives you articles that you can share through your dental social media, driving people back to your website. Just make sure your blog is updated at least once or twice a month to show your patients (and Google) that you are actively invested in providing up to date information.


You don’t have to limit the use of online forms to your Contact Us page. Make them easily accessible throughout your site, and make them appropriate to what your visitors are looking for. An online scheduling form is a great example of how to convert a visitor who is on your website for a particular purpose.


Every page on your website should lead visitors to some sort of action. These calls to action (CTAs) should be based on where visitors most likely are in their new patient journey. If they are browsing through your blog to learn more about a dental problem they are having, then your CTA might be to read additional articles or watch a video. If they are likely close to deciding on a dentist to visit, then you’ll want to suggest that they schedule an appointment online.

Contact information

You can never really predict which page of your dental website people will be looking at when they reach that decision to contact you for an appointment. Your contact information, especially your phone number, should be easy to find on every page of your site so people can find it without any level of frustration. Providing an online chat is one of the best ways to open up an instant line of communication with a visitor and provide them with information quickly.

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