Don't try to build your own medical website

10 Reasons You Should Not Build Your Own Medical Website

We are currently living in a world that is rapidly conducting most of its business online. This means that everyone including medical professionals need a website. This website will act as a platform that will allow you to showcase your specialties, reach a bigger audience and demonstrate your medical abilities. That being said, you should not treat getting your own website as a DIY project. Outsource the work to experience individuals (like the pros at Optimized360) so that you can get a medical website you’ll be proud of.

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Build it Yourself

The following is a breakdown of reasons why you should not build your own medical website.

  1. The creation of a quality website is art

Creating and designing a presentable website can be best described as an art. Incorporating aspects like bootstrap and JavaScript maybe asking too much of a novice coder. An experienced web designer will do it easily and may add their own unique elements to it. As a medical professional you may struggle to add finer details to your site which won’t make it as appealing as you’d like.

  1. Technical support and security

The existence of enablers such as website templates will give you the illusion that web design is easy. You’ll insert images and write a couple of lines of text and you’ll be done. Although simple, the process will make your medical website to be unsecure and you won’t apply the technical aspects of web design. By hiring a web designer, they’ll bring your ideas and designs to life and incorporate the necessary security features. It will also be beneficial to you as any technical problems that arise will be solved by the web designer.

  1. Your time in the long run

While the appeal of building your website in a few hours is attractive, a quality website takes time to  design and build. Saving a few minutes will turn costly in the end as your site is a marketing and informative platform. You should also note that learning the finer aspects of web design takes time that would have been better suited to run your business.

  1. Customization

Website templates cannot be customized. They are very basic and most are static. By outsourcing the web design process you get the benefit of adding extra features and additional content.

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  1. It won’t look professional or convey your brand

Designing a website as a DIY project will result in a rather simple website. If you choose to use an experienced web developer will make it look professional and promote your brand.

  1. Search Engine Optimization

By using templates, you don’t have access to the core aspects of your medical website. This makes it rather hard to optimize your site for search engines.

  1. Poor analytics

Most website templates employ the use of older scripting technologies that offer inaccurate site analytics.

  1. Who is going to write the content?

Building a website as DIY will mean that you have to devote your time to update contents such as blogs and events. Hiring a web designer will take this extra work off your hands.

  1. Technology is always changing.

Technology is always changing. As you build your site as a DIY project, you will need to learn some aspects of coding. By the time you are well conversant with these techniques, newer and better ones will be in use. Hire an experienced web designer who won’t struggle to incorporate these new techniques.

  1. You’ll build a website for yourself, not your audience

By using a DIY approach, you will design the site to fit what you think is best. The resulting final product

Taking the above reasons into consideration, you are better off contacting Optimized360 today and we will build the site to your specifications.

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