Increase in Website Traffic in Three Months
New Leaf Clinic Website Redesign
The Client: A West Seattle naturopath, Dr Liz Carter needed a fresh, new website to show off her expertise and the true value of her clinic to new and existing patients. She was ready for a stellar new design, customized to her needs, and helping her search rankings.
The Project: We complete revamped the clinic’s website from the ground up, identifying key weaknesses in the old site and capitalizing on her powerful strengths. All the while, creating a natural, elegant, and fresh design with stronger copy to communicate her value.
She also desperately needed a website that was mobile to be properly viewed on smartphones.
We kept the design bright and airy, welcoming and professionally designed. We focused the copy on communicating exactly what was unique and valuable about her approach and services. And we strategized it all to get visitors exactly where they need to go, and guide them to scheduling an appointment or becoming a subscriber (to later become a new or repeat patient).
Blogging and content marketing help drive her outreach and SEO (better search engine rankings) efforts to get more attention and reach new audiences. We designed a blog to build her audience and get them to sign up for the newsletter. The newsletter then builds the relationship and trust for new patients and to bring back existing patients more often.
UPDATE: Now the blog also guides people to subscriber to her new venture involving online courses and products for passive income that grows independent of her time to see patients.
Quickly rose to #5 on Google for “West Seattle Naturopath,” and featured in the local maps listing as #3. Also on page #1 for “West Seattle Acupuncture.”
Her patients come to her with raving reviews of her new site. And she has dove in to managing her website and publishing blog posts regularly – all with ease.
“Thank you for your patience and all of your help. Everything looks amazing! I am so happy to be working with you!”- Dr. Liz Carter