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Upcoming Webinar—Web Design 301: Getting in the Fast Lane

dental-site-300x175If your dental practice has a need for speed and getting online as soon as possible is a priority for you, you’ll want to check out this Sesame Communications webinar. Learn how other doctors have cut the timeline of their project in half and jumped in the fast lane.

In this webinar, you’ll learn tips and tricks to make your website project fly. You’ll understand the importance of gathering content, doctor involvement and trusting your team. By knowing where your prospective patients are spending their time, you can narrow your focus and concentrate on what matters.

Title: Web Design 301: Getting in the Fast Lane: Tips for a Successful Web Project
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011
Time: 9am PT

To learn how to better manage your practice, visit our webinars page. Choose from a wide array of insightful educational webinars and get valuable tips on building, promoting and improving your practice. Our guest experts and in-house professionals offer the latest information so you and your practice are always in the fast lane. Sign up for a Sesame webinar today and don’t miss Jon’s “Web Design 301!”

 

Jon
About the Presenter
Jon Kauffman, Sesame Communications web operations manager, has spent the majority of his professional career in project management (print and interactive). He has deep knowledge and experience managing efficient and successful projects. Jon was promoted to web operations manager after being a web development producer at Sesame so he knows all of the ins and outs of building a website and how to streamline the process.

 

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Sesame is an industry leader in integrated, cloud-based marketing and patient-engagement solution designed exclusively for your practice. We know that effective patient communication is vital to the success of your practice and the efficiency of your team. With Ortho Sesame, you can take your practice to the next level, allowing you to concentrate on what’s really important – your patients!