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Hillary Clinton heads into debate against Donald Trump ready for rhetorical jabs

Campaign 2016 updates: Trump campaign defends comparing refugees to poisoned Skittles Sept. 20, 2016, 1:56 p.m. Donald Trump will stop off at High Point University in North Carolina Tuesday before heading to Kenansville, N.C. Hillary Clinton continues to tell voters to “get off the sidelines.”Donald… – Los Angeles Times

Is Your Healthcare Practice’s Website Ready for 2016?


We may be 6 months into 2016, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to adjust your healthcare marketing plan to ensure it’s ready for the new trends in online marketing. Is your healthcare website design on top of the biggest web design trends for this year? We’ve put together a list of what the trends are for 2016 so you can stay ahead of the competition. Take a look:

Create a Mobile Site 

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: In 2016, it’s imperative that your website be mobile-ready. Did you know that 57% of mobile users will abandon your site if it takes more than 3 seconds to load? Mobile usage is on the rise, and more and more people are searching for medical information on their tablet or cell phone rather than their desktop. In order to attract more patients, it’s important to optimize your website to accommodate what users want.

Make Your Content Longer

If you don’t have a blog yet, adding it to your website in 2016 is a good way to keep your website up-to-date. According to experts, long-form content is a big trend for 2016. It’s not just about your word count, though; users are now looking for pieces that have quality and depth.

In terms of healthcare marketing and your healthcare website design, this provides a unique opportunity to cover a few online marketing bases – it allows you to showcase your medical or dental expertise, update your website to accommodate 2016 trends, and it allows you to provide users and potential patients with great content.

Make User Experience Essential

When it comes to SEO rankings, the design of your website plays a bigger role than it did a few years ago. Search engines are now keeping track of how users interact with your website – are they finding the results they want on your page or are they going back to the search results and clicking other links?

Enhancing your website design can help make user experiences better. Whether it’s by creating original content or ensuring your site navigation is hassle-free, make sure you’re answering the questions your potential patients may have when they find your website online.

Add More Graphics and Animations

Graphics and animations are being used more and more to tell a story about your brand and to make user experiences more interactive and entertaining. This may seem like a cosmetic upgrade to your website design, but with search engines tracking user experience on your site, it’s an important trend to consider adding to your online marketing plan. 

Learn More About Microinteractions

Microinteractions are small mobile app design details that users engage  “without a second thought.” Whether it’s a noise to signify when users click a menu option or a button changing colors when a user clicks on it, these additional details enhance your site and give visitors little clues on how to interact with your site, providing a more satisfactory and fulfilling user experience.

Did you know that we offer website design and mobile site solutions to our healthcare clients? Contact us toll-free at 800.679.1262 or by email at to learn more.

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Make-A-List Monday – Getting Ready for China!

Source: – Monday, October 12, 2015
Hi, all! Well, Monday is here, and at the time I'm writing this, I have four more days to get everything done, the house cleaned, pack, and learn to speak Chinese (oh wait don't need that!) Well, anyway, there's lots of stuff to do this week!  I'm excited about going to China, but a little nervous, too – a country where I don't speak the language, stick out like a sore thumb, and where I'm desperately hoping my phone will work so I can find my way around!  It should be fun….  and terrifying at the same time! But enough of that – let's take a look at last week's list and see how it went… 1.  Piece Lilli's annual quilt top. Done!  The piecing is done – next step will be to add the  appliqués. But that will have to wait until I get back… 2.  Make a quilt for one of my husband's co-workers. The top is done – I've spent the last few weeks creating lots of UFOs to quilt after returning from China, it seems!   3.  Make the T-shirt quilt blocks. Done!  I finally got these put together today, and will probably wait until I return from China to assemble the quilt.   4.  Make  some  more rope  bowls! Done!  I made this one last night and tried out a few new techniques with it – wrapping the cord with baker's twine, and adding a cap and charm to the end of the rope. 5.  Work on Nathanael's stocking. Done!  I'm working on the backstitching right now – then I'll need to add some more snowflakes.  But it's close to being finished! 6.  Keep

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