MHW saw a 43% increase in local organic searches in 2018 compared to 2017.
To better reach the diverse population in Monmouth County NJ, MHW as implanted multi language support on our site. Users can choose their language and set the site to their native language.
Attract your patients attention by listing your special offers on profile. Offers are time based and will have a start and end date.
We will have a main Special Offers page. That will display all ongoing special offers for the month. Each special offer is clickable to your profile.
MHW is proud to announce they have added phone numbers to all archive pages. This will give end users more information about your practice when browsing the categories
Responsive Design isn’t new to the digital world – in fact, since being recommended by Google as the best strategy for mobile-optimized websites in 2012, it has become the gold standard of web design. However, in line with digital trends in the past, the healthcare industry is one of the last to be seeing this shift in adapting responsive design techniques to their websites.
Healthcare organizations, independent practices, and hospitals can be hesitant to redesign their websites to be responsive, as it can be a costly investment, with most just recently establishing their web presence within the past 5-10 years. With the rise in mobile users utilizing their smartphones, tablets, and other media devices to access healthcare information, search for providers, and read hospital reviews, responsive design and mobile access is extremely important in the changing landscape of healthcare marketing.
HealthCare.gov, the government’s Health Insurance Marketplace, which features a responsive website design, had 7.5 million users utilize the website to sign up for health insurance as of April 2014, exceeding their original expectations for engagement. More than one-fourth of these users signed up from mobile devices – that’s over 1.8 million people! Without a responsive design that allowed users to sign up from mobile devices, would HealthCare.gov have exceeded its original expectations? In my opinion, it is highly unlikely.