Custom Veterinary Websites
Attract and Convert More Clients Today
Most veterinary practices understand the importance of keeping their websites up to date to attract and convert more clients, engage current clients, and maintain a competitive online presence.
However, in a busy clinic where time is at a premium, it’s easy to dismiss even small website improvements as too troublesome. So, many practices stay with the websites they know, even though those sites may rank poorly on search engines and be out of step with what pet owners want and expect in a veterinarian website.
Maximize Your Reach
Maximize Your Reach With Minimal Effort
LifeLearn WebDVM websites are custom-built to rank veterinary practices higher on Google and other search engines, attract more pet owners and convert those pet owners into clients by directly addressing the changing online behaviors and preferences of pet owners and delivering what they now want and expect.
WebDVM is available in four editions, letting you choose the best features that fit your needs, including:
Rank Higher on Google
Rank higher on Google
Our LifeLearn SEO Specialists can optimize your WebDVM website with local keywords and phrases to help put your practice at the top of Google search results.
Highlight Your True Colors
Highlight your practice’s true colors
Our LifeLearn website design team creates your new website using our robust WebDVM development platform, which is then tailored to reflect your practice’s personality. Customized navigation and mobile-responsive pages simplify your current and prospective clients’ ability to find and explore your site.
Increase pet owner trust in your practice
According to research by Stanford University, 75% of people surveyed said they made judgments about a company’s credibility based on their website. WebDVM’s modern, innovative and user-friendly designs instantly convey trust and credibility for your practice, and LifeLearn is always building on the value of WebDVM by regularly releasing new designs.
Market your practice more efficiently
WebDVM website features include:
- A custom-designed and fully mobile website
- Complete access to LifeLearn’s ClientEd pet health article library
- Built-in blogging functionality, a content management system and website hosting
- Prewritten weekly news to consistently and effectively keep pet owners engaged
- Online form submissions and appointment booking requests
- The Pet Health Checker, an integrated client triage tool
- Easy embed functionality to display and play videos from external sites like YouTube
- Toll-free practice support for maintenance
A WebDVM website can also include:
The after-hours telehealth triage service
A home delivery pharmacy provider to veterinarians
Website content that’s important to pet owners, like pet food recalls
Pet Health Insurance Information
Information to help your clients learn about and choose an insurer for their pet’s health care needs
Get Your Pet
An online community of pet lovers that connects potential pet parents with people looking to safely and humanely rehome their pets
Net Promoter Score
The tool to gauge client satisfaction
Optimize your website’s online presence and ranking in search engines
5 to 25 practice-branded email accounts
(depending upon the edition of WebDVM)
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A stress-free process for your team
Our proven implementation process ensures that your vision and input is captured, so that we can define and build your online presence, while minimizing interruptions. WebDVM’s intuitive content management system makes it easy to add and update content so you don’t need a tech wizard once your website is live.
Getting started is simple:
- Give us a quick call to tell us your vision for your WebDVM website.
- We build it and show it to you.
- We launch your website.
Our support team is here to help
When you call, you deal with a LifeLearn representative who’s available to you every step of the way. Our proven implementation process means you get a no-fuss setup, and we even offer training for your team.
Discover the advantages of WebDVM today