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New Blog Post: Is It Time to Redesign My Legal Website?: The Internet changes quickly, and design principles are no exception. What might have looked good or worked just fine a few years ago could be negatively affecting your ability to attract visitors to your website and drive leads online. At Page 1 Solutions, our website redesign process involves not only changing the look of your website but ensuring that it works properly on any device (mobile-first design). We also evaluate the content on your site, revising for best practices where appropriate and providing recommendations for further improvement. With these steps in mind, here are 10 quick questions to ask yourself to determine if your law firm website needs a redesign: * Is your website consistently showing up high in search results for actual consumer search queries? * Does your website convert a high percentage of visitors into phone calls, emails and chat leads? * Does your website contain all the latest information about your firm, such as new personnel, mass tort litigation and recent verdicts and settlements? * Have you made any major modifications to your site in the past 12 months? * Does the design of your website reflect the high level of quality and expertise of your firm? * Have you conducted a comprehensive competitive analysis in the last 12 months to see how your website compares to other attorneys' websites? * What have you done recently to position your website to develop a rapport with your prospective clients? * Have you spoken with your Internet Marketing Consultant about evaluating your website within the past 12 months? * Have you modified or experimented with different call-to-action elements within the last 12 months? * Does your website complement other media advertising campaigns? The Internet marketing arena is a rapidly changing environment. If you let your website stagnate, you will fall behind. A website redesign could be the key to keeping your law firm competitive online and driving Web traffic and leads. See examples of our legal website designs to get started. Speak to your Internet Marketing Consultant today for a comprehensive discussion of the website redesign process. If you're just learning about Page 1 Solutions, we'd love to hear from you! Call (800) 368-9910 today for free to discuss your website design and digital marketing needs. Category: Web Design and Development

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New Blog Post: Web Design Digest: Cosmetic – February 2017: By Adam Rowan, Content Specialist Art and science are the cornerstones of both of the cosmetic practices debuting new website designs this month. In redesigning these websites, team members at Page 1 Solutions worked with each client to create an engaging online presence that combines patient education, an exceptional aesthetic and mobile-friendliness. Read on to find out how each of these values informed the stunning website redesigns for two of our cosmetic clients.  Desert Hills Plastic Surgery Center Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Hayley Brown makes “Revealing the Real You” the focus of every procedure at her Las Vegas-area practice. Her website redesign emphasizes this message in the home page banner and imagery throughout the site. Prospective patients can see real results by perusing before-and-after images. Each gallery is organized by the site of surgery and procedure type, with details exploring the patient's characteristics and the treatment she or he received. Other aspects of the website design keep the user experience real by spotlighting the people at the practice. Dr. Brown herself features prominently in design sections throughout the site, as do photos of the team and the office. Custom videos provide additional opportunities for users to get to know Desert Hills Plastic Surgery Center, from FAQs answered by Dr. Brown to patient testimonials to time-lapse footage of plastic surgery procedures. Comments from actual patients are also a highlight of the new website design. They appear in a rotating slider on the home page and an eye-catching CTA on every page of the website, as well as in several galleries encompassing video content, handwritten notes and online reviews. Dr. Hayley Brown is proud to announce that the Desert Hills Plastic Surgery Center website “got some work done.” See for yourself at https://www.deserthillsplasticsurgery.com/. JUVA Skin & Laser Center Dr. Bruce Katz, director of JUVA Skin & Laser Center and board-certified dermatologist, is a longtime subject of international acclaim for his dual emphasis on aesthetic beauty and proven, innovative medical care. With the recent redesign of the JUVA Center website, both of these celebrated aspects of the practice take center stage. The new home page acts as a staging area for a wide variety of information. Video and print media galleries highlight the coverage Dr. Katz and JUVA have received, while next-step graphics highlight the center's regularly updated specials, events, extensive patient resources and more. Many of these CTAs appear to users throughout the site. Combined with intuitive, mobile-friendly menus, the structure of the website provides an elegant solution to any user's needs, from finding information about cosmetic concerns to the right treatment and how JUVA Skin & Laser Center can help. Visuals often say much more than words. Visitors can look through before-and-after galleries for a number of different body sculpting procedures and face and neck treatments for medical conditions and cosmetic complaints. The user-friendly lightbox feature makes it easy to see many results at a glance. Visit https://www.juvaskin.com/ to see how Dr. Katz's spirit of innovation and excellence come to life on the redesigned website for JUVA Skin & Laser Center. Category: Web Design and Development

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New Blog Post: Web Design Digest: Dental – February 2017: By Adam Rowan, Content Specialist Houston dentist Ronald W. Konig, DDS, FAGD, LVIF, FIAPA, is a longtime client of Page 1 Solutions. When he decided to collaborate with us on a redesign of his practice website, Dr. Konig made it a priority to communicate visually the benefits dental health has on patients' quality of life. The redesigned website for Konig Center for Cosmetic & Comprehensive Dentistry presents the many benefits of comprehensive dental care in a compelling new format. Let's take a look at the difference! Ronald W. Konig, DDS The face welcoming visitors to Dr. Konig's new-look website is Crystle Stewart, an actress, model and Miss USA 2008 who trusted Dr. Konig with her star-quality smile. Pages throughout the site feature custom photos of actual patients who are ecstatic with the cosmetic, restorative and neuromuscular care Dr. Konig has provided them. This custom imagery is integrated in many forms, from before-and-after galleries to CTAs. Some patients' stories even come to life in the form of video testimonials. In addition to quality dental treatment, Dr. Konig is enthusiastic about sharing insights from his advanced and ongoing education with potential patients. The website is designed to be both informative and easy to read, with the layout automatically adjusting to accommodate users on any computer or mobile device. Many pages also feature clickable CTAs that give patients thinking about dental treatment the opportunity to download custom PDFs exploring diagnosis, care options and more in greater detail. Dr. Konig recognizes that dental treatment can be intimidating. In addition to reducing anxiety through patient education, the website also features a Virtual Office Tour that walks visitors through what they will see when they arrive for an appointment. Dr. Konig tells patients what they can expect when they meet with him, as well – a caring conversation about their needs and goals with comprehensive discussion of treatment options utilizing advanced technology and techniques. One patient testimonial says that Dr. Konig's practice should be renamed "Where Dentistry Becomes Art." See the artistry of the new Konig Center for Cosmetic & Comprehensive Dentistry by visiting https://www.konigdds.com/. Category: Web Design and Development

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New Blog Post: Getting Past the Bouncer: A Helpful SEO Analogy (VIDEO): By Laura Duncan, Website Architecture and Analysis Specialist Search engines like Google are a discovery tool that enables you to market your practice to the most valuable Web users. But the signals that search engines use to determine which websites score the top results are numerous (over 200, according to most estimates) and subject to frequent change. They can also be difficult to predict, but the duty of SEO professionals like your team at Page 1 Solutions is to analyze trends, gather insights and position your website for success amid the changes. Anyone who has ever waited in line at an exlusive nightclub knows the intimidating sight of the bouncer checking IDs and operating his velvet rope like a castle drawbridge. You might even have heard vague references to "the list" that determines who can enter the club and who cannot. Google is a lot like a bouncer of the club that is the Internet, and "the list" is the hundreds of factors that influence search algorithms. In this video, I introduce a few of the search marketing strategies on and off your website that could help you meet Google's approval and get past the dreaded rope. Obviously this video provides only a basic overview of a few SEO elements, but the key takeaway is that consistency and best practices in these and other areas send quality signals to Google. There are no guarantees in a system so complex as a search engine, but consistently meeting and exceeeding the standards established by search algorithms could  get you on "the list" and help you inside the club. There, prospective leads can see you and start a conversation, potentially resulting in more business. Discuss options for customizing your search marketing campaign by contacting Page 1 Solutions or calling (800) 368-9910 today! Category: SEO

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New Blog Post: Client of the Month: Bella Cosmetic Surgery: Dr. Chiaramonte and his team have been nominated for "Clients of the month" by Page 1 solutions for their active engagement and willingness to participate in ongoing marketing suggestions to improve their marketing goals. Adriana Santiago, Bella Cosmetic Surgery's Internet Marketing Consultant at Page 1 Solutions says, "It is always great to work with committed professionals who are engaged and willing to work together as a team on their marketing goals. It has been a pleasure to work with Bella Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Chiaramonte and his staff, Christina Cosca." Dr. Chiaramonte is a board certified plastic surgeon with 20+ years of experience in performing breast surgery, body contouring, and facial plastic surgery procedures. As part of his board certification, Dr. Chiaramonte participated in extensive post-graduate training in the field of cosmetic surgery including a fellowship in plastic surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland.   Dr. Chiaramonte is the author of many medical publications and articles that have appeared in various medical journals. He also lectures frequently at both regional and national conferences. Dr. Chiaramonte is a member of many professional medical organizations, including The American Society of Plastic Surgery. He also holds executive membership at The National Capital Society of Plastic Surgeons.   Bella Cosmetic Surgery has been very active in their community making wonderful contributions to non-profits like RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network), Sunshine for Kids, Mount Vernon Presbyterian Preschool, Courage for Kids, Civista Health's Foundation and more!    From everyone here at Page 1 Solutions, we would like to congratulate the Bella Cosmetic team as being named Client of the Month!

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New Blog Post: 5 Ways to Repurpose Your Online Content: By Adriana Santiago, Internet Marketing Consultant It’s no secret that content marketing is valuable for the success of your marketing efforts. High-quality content adds value to your website, delivers more traffic, keeps audiences engaged and persuades them to take a particular action. Content not only is integral in establishing your brand and delivering the right messages to your audience, but it also has a key impact on your SEO strategy because new content allows your website to rank for a more diverse set of search queries that corresponds to actual consumer searches. As search engines get smarter, high-quality content is one of the key components they look for. For this reason, we see millions of businesses creating and publishing various forms of content marketing every day: * Blog posts * News * Videos * White papers * Infographics * Case studies * eBooks * How-to guides With the quality, uniqueness and relevance of the content all being so crucial, many businesses can feel overwhelmed with the amount of unique, high-quality content they need to produce on a timely and recurring basis. One of the biggest issues with producing highly timely and high-quality content is trying to attain the exposure you want. You may spend hours on one blog post or a visually appealing infographic, for it to only be seen by a handful of your audience. You can increase SEO potential, reach new and wider audiences than before and decrease the time it takes to produce entirely new and valuable content. It’s for this reason that repurposing content is an easy way to leverage existing content to increase exposure. What Is Repurposing Content? Utilizing existing content that you have produced and using it in a different format or media. What Type of Content Should You Repurpose? There are a couple of factors you should consider before choosing the content you’d like to repurpose. First, timeliness. Marketing trends are constantly evolving, so you should look for content that was relevant when you posted it but is still relevant now. Next, relevance and quality are other factors to consider. Is the topic still relevant to your potential clients? Is it well-written and easy for your audience to digest? How to Identify the Content You Should Repurpose Start off by reviewing your Google Analytics data for your most popular content. Review your audience, acquisition, behavior and conversion reports to help determine who your audience is, what they are searching for and what content you're already providing that they are interested in. Evaluating key metrics such as amount of sessions per page and average time on the page will help identify what content was most popular amongst your audience and which pieces of content are best to “breathe back to life.” If you are not familiar with Google Analytics and similar tracking and reporting tools for your website, please feel free to reach out to one of our experienced Internet marketing consultants at Page 1 Solutions to discuss what this means for your digital strategy. Five Ways to Repurpose Your Content 1. Turn a series of blog posts into an eBook: If you maintain an ongoing blog for your practice, chances are you have already created blog posts about key topics of interest and have done the research to include statistics and data for these topics. Why waste time redoing all this research? Instead, you can use a series of related blog posts to turn this into an eBook for your audiences. eBooks are valuable for branding awareness and collecting user information (such as email addresses), and they allow you to further educate your audience in a visually appealing manner. More importantly, they show your audience your breadth of knowledge on one or more of your services, which in turn will lead the audience to identify you as an expert in your field. 2. Turn a blog post, article or eBook into a series of social media posts: With so much to digest on social media platforms, businesses face increasing difficulty in catching the attention of users on these platforms. Platforms such as Twitter restrict posts to 140 character limits, giving business owners very little room to get their message out. But using interesting statistics from past blog posts and articles can help capture your audience's attention by using a “shock value” approach. “Did you know?” facts that are interesting to your target consumers can quickly and easily capture their attention and get your message across. You can then link articles to your blog posts on your website to help those who want to learn more, which then drives more traffic to your website. 3. Turn blog posts into infographics: With dwindling attention spans and multiple platforms, you need to captivate your users more quickly. Visual content is a good way to summarize your message from your original blog post or article in an easily digestible format. Creating visually appealing infographics that dynamically share interesting information in a new format help deliver your message in a fun, engaging way that will also encourage your audience to share the content in turn. You can incorporate popular topics from blogs and key statistics you use to turn what was once a piece of text into a condensed, easy-to-read, shareable piece of content. 4. Turn a webinar/podcast into a YouTube video: Nowadays, live webinars and videos are becoming increasingly more popular. Third-party platforms provide users the ability to log on to a live webinar and learn more about your business and connect with you on a more personal level, but life gets in the way and not everyone can make it on time for the sessions they’d like to attend. For occasions like this, you can record and save your webinar and convert it into a video which can be uploaded to your YouTube channel and then posted on your social media for further exposure. What about audio-only webinar? While many webinars feature the speaker or a screenshare visual, some webinars are “audio only.” You can still upload the audio to YouTube and replace the background with a static image (such as your practice logo or a picture of you and your office) while the media plays in the background. 5. Turn video into blog posts: While some users prefer reading up on a topic, others prefer the visual appeal of video clips to learn more. Video blogs are a good way to capture both types of audiences. For those who want a quick introduction to the topic, they can watch the video and then choose to learn more by reading the blog article accompanying it for more information. For those who prefer blog posts, they may be inclined to watch the video to have a better visual understanding about the topic you’re discussing. Either way, video blogs tend to keep users on your website longer and and give more of a visual appeal to standard text-only blog posts. There are many different ways you can repurpose your content, but the most important element to take into account is that your audience sees it. Investing your time in high-quality, relevant content is half the battle. The other half is delivering a message that positions your practice as an authority and encourages your users take action. The content is only as important as the value they give to your online marketing and lead generation. Category: Content

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New Blog Post: VIDEO: How Can Social Media Help My Online Marketing?: By Daniel Brophy, Social Media Specialist Last summer we told you about the 5 traits of effective websites for law firms and medical practices. But now that you’ve built a website that meets the needs of your prospects and effectively represents your brand, how are people supposed to find you online? A multi-channel digital marketing campaign encompasses many different strategies based on your needs, goals and where your potential clients reside online. One of the fastest-growing and most visible marketing channels that can help prospective clients start talking about you is social media. I discuss opportunities for social media marketing in this video: The popularity and proliferation of social media platforms have exploded in recent years. The size of the audience on these websites is matched only by the options for engaging them, from core demographics to style of communication to supported ad platforms. Although the underlying tactics may vary, both organic social marketing and paid social advertising can enhance your ability to engage with your fans by answering questions, replying to comments, sharing industry news and promoting your specials and events. By embracing these marketing channels and combining enthusiasm with a well-honed marketing strategy, you can expand your reach to new social connections and get your name in front of prospective clients. Would you like to learn more about the best social media platforms to expand your practice’s online reach? Learn about paid and organic social marketing options by contacting Page 1 Solutions today at (800) 368-9910 for a free discussion of your digital strategy. Category: Social Media

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New Blog Post: Why Direct Mail Still Makes Sense in a Digital World: By Andrea Techlin, Internet Marketing Consultant With the growth and success of online marketing over recent years, you may find yourself tempted to cut out traditional marketing methods like direct mail to reduce your marketing budget. Although digital offers many advantages over print, like performance tracking dashboards and affordability of scale, it doesn’t mean it would be wise to focus all of your efforts only on this channel. Every channel has its benefits and limitations. Direct mail allows you to interact with your target audience in ways that pay per click ads, email, and social can’t. When done strategically, it can be used to complement your digital strategy for a more comprehensive plan. Here are a few reasons direct mail should still be part of your marketing strategy: 1. Personalized Reach Direct mail allows you to communicate one-on-one with your potential clients. It’s a conversation directed at them personally, in a space that is isolated away from the competition. There isn’t the distraction of something else being only a click away, the chance of automatically being filtered into a spam folder, or being mass-deleted without a glance. You know your customer better than you think, and by personalizing your content, you can make your printed materials much more impactful. Personalized direct mail helps to increase response rates. With variable printing, using the recipient’s name to not only personalize text, but also images, can make your pieces both eye-catching and relevant to your recipients. Creating an effective direct mailing list is a lot like building an effective inbound marketing database. It allows you to segment prospective and returning clients and alter the message of your marketing campaign to capitalize on special events, new services, upcoming specials, and more. 2. Physical Interaction With fewer people taking the time and spending the money on direct mail, it gives you an opportunity to stand out. You’ve got the advantage of not being an unwanted bill, but how can you prevent getting thrown out with the junk mail? Because someone will physically interact with your marketing, use the medium to your advantage. Invest in an attractive design to grab attention and offer an experience that appeals to their senses by putting attention to detail in your paper choice, mailer shape, folding, and printing effects like embossing or foil. It’s also a great opportunity to send a free branded item like a magnet or notepad -- something “extra” that you can’t deliver digitally. Getting creative and doing something different will not only keep your marketing materials at the top of the pile instead of at the bottom of the trash, but provide clients with an incentive to pay attention and engage with the materials they find in the mailbox. 3. Tangible Is Hard to Ignore Your piece has arrived to the right person, at the right time, and made it to their table, desk, or refrigerator. If your message gives them a reason, it could sit where they will look at it every day until they contact you. They can easily take the piece with them to show someone else, and you’ll have a new referral. Make sure you give them a clear benefit or call to action to make it valuable. This could be a free consultation or special offer. It could also be helpful information or a resource they want to keep for reference, like a reminder, calculator, or fact sheet. The combination of clear language and strong visuals communicates value, so the message of the mailer must inform the client how to receive that value (such as contacting your office or scheduling an appointment). For the client, this brings the experience full-circle. It bridges the gap between contacting them through a marketing channel and making it possible to serve their needs and goals in the real world. Still Not Convinced? If you’re still not convinced, consider that even online behemoth Google still uses direct mail. If you’ve claimed your business listing on Google (and you should!), you’ve likely received postcards offering discount offers for their advertising services. Small business owners who dismiss direct mail as dead have never used it or used it improperly, and they are missing valuable marketing opportunities. Direct mail enables you to keep your offers open to all audiences rather than just the generalized majority who fit your online strategy. Direct mail is still an important component of a comprehensive marketing plan. Just as advances in technology have improved and given us more options for digital marketing, they have also given us more strategic and effective ways to reach customers through direct mail. For a successful marketing plan, make sure you create a multi-channel strategy that includes both digital and print channels. Category: Other Marketing

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New Blog Post: 3 Ways Online Video Benefits Your Digital Marketing: By John Gaumnitz, Internet Marketing Consultant Watching videos on the Internet is an engrossing experience. Platforms like YouTube present an ideal way to get news, entertainment and information in a digestible format, and the growth of video on social networking platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat makes personalized versions of video content almost endless. Your target customers are also fascinated by online video. This presents a critical opportunity to engage potential leads. According to Hubspot, embedding a video on a landing page increases conversions by 80%. Here at Page 1 Solutions, we also see video search results for more than half of the keyword phrases our clients are targeting. However, not even a quarter of small businesses report plans to post a video within the next year. For attorneys and doctors, video content presents a key opportunity to drive Web traffic, generate leads and provide additional benefits for your target consumers. Benefit #1: Engagement For Web users, embedded video presents what might be a welcome break from straight text. Like any visual, it arrests attention; unlike a static image, video clips also provide an opportunity for interaction. By pressing “play,” you instantly keep the user on your website longer. It could be a few seconds, it could be a minute, but the point is that you retain their attention. And, by keeping them, you prolong the opportunity to earn their business. Last year Wistia analyzed the time users spend on pages with videos compared to pages without videos. The study concluded that visitors to the Wistia website spent nearly three times as long on pages that have an embedded video. By complementing the video with strong on-page elements like the following, you increase the likelihood of conversion even more: * Strong written and visual content that explores the practice area discussed in the video * Easy access to additional information about your practice, including intuitive menus and compelling calls-to-action (CTAs) * Prominent positioning of your phone number and online contact form * CTAs on the page and within the video itself Custom video is a crucial way to personalize the buyer's journey, earning the attention of visitors to your website and cultivating their trust. In this video, Content Specialist Adam Rowan discusses how your practice website acts as a hub for the custom engagement elements comprising your marketing strategy, and how those assets benefit your online lead generation: Benefit #2: Affordability Producing a video used to entail significant time and cost, but the advent of new technology has made those barriers things of the past. The “point-and-shoot” era is here, and creating standout video content can be as easy as picking up your smartphone. Internet users appreciate authenticity, so taking the time to shoot a quick response to an FAQ with your office as the backdrop bridges the gap between your business and your customers. Furthermore, promoting the video involves little to no extra cost or time. The popularity of video content is exploding on social media – according to The Verge, videos on Facebook alone get 8 billion views every day. The vast audience on Facebook and other social networks provides you with limitless opportunities for amplification and, if the topic of the video is evergreen, repeat exposure. Members of your office staff can help promote the videos you produce, posting the clip to their own profiles and sharing it with their friends. Your Internet marketing consultant can also work with you to develop a custom social media plan to generate even more exposure for your custom video content. Benefit #3: Searchability According to a white paper released by Cisco, by 2019 video will drive 85% of online search traffic. Not only do videos provide an engaging way to answer queries users submit to search engines, but most platforms provide a way to optimize videos for search. With Google's Universal Search, you can't afford to ignore the importance of optimizing the videos you post. Universal Search results display video, images, news and other result types alongside the standard clickable text links. These results provide a broad array of options for answering users' questions. And, with a consistent video optimization strategy, your videos could enjoy prominent placement in the Universal Search results for the queries that lead potential customers to your website. Writing accurate, compelling titles and descriptions for your videos is a good first step. Selecting an appropriate thumbnail image can also help your video stand out in search results and increase the likelihood that a user clicks the result to watch your video. Transcribing the audio so it appears in subtitles is user-friendly for multiple reasons, including: * It allows viewers to watch the clip without sound (particularly helpful for users on mobile devices) * It’s SEO-friendly because the text represents to search engines what the video is about * It complies with guidelines established under the Americans with Disabilities Act Conclusion As the Internet continues to evolve, people are becoming more and more likely to make purchasing decisions online. This makes it increasingly important for businesses to establish an engaging and personal connection with prospective customers (consumer behavior still suggests that decisions and purchases are made when personal connection has been established). Videos that welcome consumers to your website, answer their questions and address their needs help visitors form an immediate association between your brand and the services you provide. It also provides opportunities for interaction that make the visitor more likely to contact your practice, increasing the potential for more leads. Websites that utilize videos to draw the attention of the viewer have an immense advantage over those that rely on simple text and images. Learn how Page 1 Solutions can help you engage users and drive leads through your website with custom video by contacting your Internet marketing consultant or calling (800) 368-9910 today! Category: Video

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New Blog Post: Web Design Digest: Cosmetic – January 2017: By Adam Rowan, Content Specialist Page 1 Solutions celebrates the start of the new year with the debut of a new website for an exciting med spa client. Urban Skin Solutions, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers a wide range of cosmetic treatments for a diverse and enthusiastic clientele. Let's see how a unique new website design invigorates this premier skin and laser center's online experience. Urban Skin Solutions Practice founder and owner Rachel Roff and her team are proud to be Charlotte's leading laser and skin care facility for ethnic skin tones. This commitment to diversity is evident in the imagery throughout the site. The new design also highlights the lively atmosphere that accompanies the frequent events at Urban Skin Solutions. Custom photos and video take users inside the practice, giving visitors to the website the opportunity to meet actual clients and experience the treatment demonstrations and social ambience at these events. Urban Skin Solutions prioritizes both affordability and the effectiveness of custom skin treatment. Both of these assets appear prominently in the CTAs linking to educational pages on hair removal, injectables, acne treatment, medical weight loss and more, as well as the next-step graphics for monthly specials that augment the online contact form. In addition to treating many different skin tones, the Urban Skin Solutions staff also helps clients overcome a wide range of complexion complaints. The Find Your Treatment page is an intuitive resource that points to the multiple options available for common hair, skin, age and weight issues, while the Before & After gallery shows actual results. Discover customized skin care in a comfortable environment by visiting the new website for Urban Skin Solutions: https://www.urbanskinsolutions.com/. Do you perform medical spa services, cosmetic surgery and other aesthetic treatments? Find out how Page 1 Solutions can optimize your website and your practice marketing to maximize online leads and generate new patients. Call (800) 368-9910 for a free evaluation today! Category: Web Design and Development
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