Weekend Dental Assistant

INET Provides Advanced Web Design and Development Services to Boost Internet Driven Sales

Weekend Dental Assistant School Logo

Weekend Dental Assistant School is a 10 week local dental assistant training school. They contacted our experienced professionals at iNET Web for help designing their official website in order to increase Google traffic to their target market, aspiring dental assistants in the Green Bay and Southeastern Wisconsin areas. INET’s web designers created the unique logo and maintained the same color scheme throughout the site. These bright colors get people excited about the school. The home page has a picture of a dental assistant with dental tools to convey the right emotion for users. We also implemented a walkout green screen video of their two owners explaining the program. This video keeps users on the site longer to increase search engine value. The phone number is in bold letters on the navigation menu to encourage aspiring dental assistants to call them. The home page also contains bold lettering stating “Become a Dental Assistant in 10 Saturdays” which is their hugest selling point. We also added testimonials and placement successes to establish credibility in the school while telling users why they are better than competitors. Weekend Dental Assistant is happy with their enrollment increase as a result of our excellent web design skills.

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