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MedForward Launches Newly Redesigned MedForward.com, Now Offering Mobile Site Design Services to Increase Website Accessibility for Smartphones and Tablets
Date:4/23/2013

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

MedForward Inc., a Nashville medical website design firm, recently launched the redesigned MedForward website to reflect their wide range of personalized services including HIPAA compliant online patient forms, custom medical website and mobile site design, search engine optimization, and an integrated content management system.

MedForward's medical website design services have evolved to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of website design and search engine optimization (SEO). In addition to providing completely customized medical designs based on clients' current business branding and services, MedForward now offers customized mobile designs to allow patients to experience a doctor's site custom-tailored to their mobile device.

"With more and more patients accessing website through cell phones or tablets, a well-designed, seamlessly integrated mobile site design is crucial," explains Michael Weiss, president and CEO of MedForward. "Over the past few years, MedForward has been adding new features and services to our suite of web design products, and wanted out site to reflect that."

To ensure clients receive the most exposure online and target demographic, MedForward can establish ad campaigns, manage email marketing services, create advanced SEO plans for higher search engine rankings, and write page content optimized to appeal to search engines and patients alike.

Located in Nashville, TN, MedForward is a preferred physician / medical web site designer for healthcare related companies, doctors and medical practitioners in all specialties, including cosmetic dermatology, family medicine, plastic surgery, cosmetic dentistry, ob/gyn,
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