Often, the hardest part of creating a new site is knowing when to let the rest of the world see it. Often, we want to ensure the finished product is the epitome of perfection. However, in this pursuit, the website can languish unseen, offering no benefits to your business or your search engine optimization. When should you go live?
SEO Takes Time
Once your new site is live, Google can begin crawling and indexing your content, which is critical to your rankings in an online search results page. However, for your rankings to improve or change can still take months. Which means the longer you hold back on letting your site go live, the longer until people in your community can begin finding you through an online search and the longer until your content can help improve your rankings. SEO takes time, but don’t make it take even longer than usual.
You Will Always Be Altering Your Site
One of the main issues we run into with going live: the site’s not perfect yet. Well, guess what? Your site never will be and that is okay! You see, as your practice changes and grows, so will your dental website. You will be adding and changing service pages, team member pages, and will be updating your design in a few years (in the online world, a site that is just five years old is woefully out of date). Don’t wait for perfection, let Google start indexing, let your SEO start going to work for you.
We can Help!
Remember, if you need help with creating a website, MDPM Consulting is here! We have a team of technicians, graphic designers, and copywriters to handle every aspect of the design and build. We can even help with maintenance and tech support following go live. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know!
Do you have question about creating and debuting a brand-new website? Then let us know so we can help! Send MDPM an email at: [email protected], or give us a call at 972-781-8861. Talk to MDPM Consulting today!