January 14, 2016


The top 3 most likely reasons are:

  1. You are not updating your website with fresh new content on a regular basis. Posting blogs is the easiest way to get your website ranking higher and adding value to people visiting your site.
  2. Your website is not “optimized” for Google and other search engines like Bing and Yahoo. There are optimization strategies that must be setup on your site in order for search engines to rank you. Hiring a professional to perform the proper strategies is a good investment.
  3. Your hosting service is slow or not good. If you want your website to rank on Google, your website must load quickly to create a better experience for the user. If it takes more than 2 seconds to load, users will leave. Google will not rank your site. Use a hosting company that has a turbo charged server for best results (ask for Nginx enabled server). You might pay a little more but it’s well worth it.

About the author 

James Ko

As a physical therapist in private practice, James intimately relates to his clients. Personally having worked with over 800 clinics during the past 15 years, he deeply understands what it's like to be in the trenches of US healthcare. A valuable truth he's learned during the last 15 years is that "a business doesn't become successful but rather the person does then the business follows."

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