Vet Website Design: Delaware Veterinary Group

Client testimonial:

“We’d had a terrible experience with another developer and were left disappointed with the outcome of a 12 month project that left us with an unusable website that didn’t reflect the values or branding of our practice. Vet Success did a fantastic job creating our new website. Not only did they refresh our brand, but went beyond our expectations to understand and then develop a user friendly website that was applicable to our small animal, equine and farm animal customers. These guys know their stuff and understand ‘vets’. We continue to rely on them to make regular updates and create new content for the website every month.”

Sarah Staniforth

Website for Delaware Veterinary Group

www.delawarevets.co.uk

We have been working with Delaware Veterinary Group for several years, helping them with marketing materials for their preventative health care packages, welcome packs and newsletters. Having had a bad experience with a previous developer who had totally misunderstood their requirements, and having spent 12 months building a demo site that did not work, we stepped in to take over the reigns. We set a target completion date and built this site in 8 weeks. We launched on the date required and have continued to develop and create new pages, sections and content on a monthly basis.

 

Local website promotion

We’ve worked closely on the organic search engine optimisation (SEO) of each page to specifically raise the profile of the Yeovil practice, using our ‘local promotion programme’ which ensures consistent and accurate listings on the internet for the business. Try it for yourself; click here for search results that show castle cary vets or vets in yeovil (these links show first place positions 2016-02-19 and will continue to show with consistent monitoring and seo)

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Website features

Mobile Friendly

Mobile friendly (responsive) websites work on all platforms and devices. Our websites are compatible on mobile, tablet and desktop devices.

User Friendly Registration Forms

Our multi-stage forms present the correct questions to the user based on the choices they make. Long overbearing forms will not get used by your customers and lead to low website interaction.

Google map

Including a google map on your website makes it very easy for your customers to find you. Especially useful for mobile customers who may be trying to find you whilst traveling.

Animated counters

Help your customers visualise numerical information about your practice using animated number counters and bar graphs. Informative and fun.

Email marketing

Building a database of emails is the way to correctly market to your customers. We set up an email marketing platform, collect data, create emails and schedule them for you.

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Blog / News

Content is king. Every website should feature a blog or news section that is updated on a regular basis. Your customers love to hear your news and google does too.

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Search Engine Optimised (SEO)

Every webpage is built with basic SEO as standard. We choose keywords, Eg. ‘Vets in Yeovil’ and build those terms into the fabric of the  page. We offer various levels of optimisation depending on what you’d like to achieve.

Sectional Design

Each section Eg. Farm, Equine or Small animal can have its own sub menu and set of colour coded pages. You can quickly navigate between all the services provided by this department of the business, but still access to any other part of the website, at any time.

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Scrolling testimonials

Testimonials reinforce the quality of your services. There is nothing better than a positive review to help boost the feeling that a user might have for your practice online.

Events calendar

Events calendars are essential for busy practices to let your customers know about the events you provide and attend.

Job vacancies

Advertise your staff vacancies for free on your own website.

We can help you build a website your customers will want to use

Use the contact form to get in touch about website design for your veterinary practice.