May 3rd, 2018
Patients may leave your website for a variety of different reasons, including things outside of your control; like getting distracted or interrupted, losing their internet connection, and so on.
However, there are other reasons why patients leave your website that you do have the power to control, fix, and improve. So we’re going to outline common problems that negatively affect the patient experience, and also how you can keep more patients on your website for a longer period of time, ideally converting website visitors to quality leads.
We put together the 5 most common (and recoverable) problems affecting the patient experience via your website:
1. Poor design [2:24]
2. Slow loading time [3:25]
3. Non-responsive or not mobile friendly [4:39]
4. Lack of patient-centric information [6:28]
5. Missing strong call to actions or lead magnets [9:06]
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