- Nov. 29, 2012 -
Mexico Bariatric Center, a consumer resource for bariatric surgery, beefs up content and redesigns their site. Mexico Bariatric Center adds several new pages of consumer content and redesigns their site for functionality. “We’ve had some complaints in the past, about our design,” the marketing director says. “We think that making our site’s navigation more intuitive will help boost our business.”
MexicoBariatricCenter.com, is an online consumer resource for patients to learn about bariatric (weight-loss)
surgery. Along with its blog, http://www.mexicobariatriccenter.com/
, Mexico Bariatric Center reaches thousands of people per month. “Bariatric surgery can be quite complicated, that’s why the average patient is researching more than 2,000 hours before having the surgery,” the marketing manager says. “With this new redesign, we hope to attract more users to our website’s quality content,” the owner says.
s current content base will be boosted to include more information on plastic and elective surgeries related to bariatric surgery. “When people are literally transforming their bodies in a short amount of time, there is often the need to remove excess skin and fat,” the owner claims. Mexico Bariatric Center is offering additional content to help patients learn about the various options for plastic surgery.
In addition to plastic surgery content, Mexico Bariatric Center also increases the presence of weight-loss surgery success stories. We’ve added a few additional success stories to show the incredible changes that can be achieved through weight-loss surgery. About Mexico Bariatric Center
Mexico Bariatric Center (http://www.mexicobariatriccenter.com
) is a consumer guide to bariatric surgery, especially for patients considering having the surgery in Mexico. Mexico Bariatric Center provides expert content to answer many common questions, helps patients find reputable physicians in Mexico, and has a dedicated staff to help answer any questions left over.
Currently, Mexico Bariatric Center has expert content on all the major bariatric surgeries including gastric banding, gastric bypass and gastric sleeve. Today consumers can find information about each major surgery type including: pricing, pre-dieting, post-dieting, risks and complications, and candidacy.