Existing site overhaul for Best Drug Rehabilitation. The project description was simple: recreate every piece of content and all design work to improve organic search traffic and conversion rates. Market Analysis We took a close look at who this website was meant to attract, and what their interests and personalities were. Since we already have years of experience in the addiction treatment vertical we were able to quickly segment their target market into just a few personas.The PlanPlanning out hundreds of pages of content is a tall order. We followed Google’s Webmaster Guidelines every step of the way, and quickly had a complete editorial plan designed and ready for action. A team of writers worked long hours, for a few weeks, to get the 100,000+ words of content written, and off to the optimization, beautification, and publishing team.Forward ThinkingWe knew that we would be able to grow their organic traffic somewhat just by replacing old mediocre content with new excellent content, but the client needed much more than just a small increase. Looking forward to substantial organic traffic increases we created a plan for writing great content, repurposing it as much as possible, and promoting it. This all with the hope that visitors would love the content and share it with their social networks.The ResultsIt worked. People saw the client’s new, excellent, content, and shared it. A lot. They posted URLs to infographics to their Pinterest accounts, they shared celebrity blog posts with their Facebook friends. Social signals increase, as did linking root domains. Organic traffic more than doubled in just a few short months, and the new website design increased conversion rates by an incredible 25%.
WTF is that needle doing in that picture?
Quote from: 10oriocookies on June 11, 2013, 10:51WTF is that needle doing in that picture?I suppose that is what they show the licensing agency as proof that they really teach drug education ( when they don't) Is that book familiar? Or is that propaganda, too?
Miss Fortune of the Glistening Quivering Underbelly Blogspot has just posted a story about the Best Drug Rehabilitation's Marne, MI facility. It's being called "Best Choice Rehabilitation":