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Dental Website Specialist, Officite, Unleashes New Online Tool For Easy Website Editing
Date:1/20/2010

New online editing tool from Officite, Site Editor, enables dentists to easily and quickly update their websites 24/7.

Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) January 20, 2010 -- Leading dental website design firm, Officite, has unleashed its new Site Editor, an advanced website management tool that enables dentists to make changes to their site’s content on the fly. The recently launched editor is one of many other web tools from Officite that set client websites apart from competing dental practices.

With Site Editor, editing a dentist website is easier than ever- providing a dentist with the tools to customize and update a website 24/7. Now dentists can log on to Site Editor through Doctor Portal, gaining access to an easy interface for editing site information and adding fresh and up-to-date content. From writing a new Welcome Statement to adding photos and revising office hours — the Site Editor makes maintaining a website as easy and fast as point, click and edit.

“Effective websites need superior editing capabilities, and that’s why Officite is excited to announce the launch of the Site Editor for our clients. We built the Site Editor because busy dentists need around the clock access to their websites. Dentists can now make changes to their sites' content on their own time, making this new editing feature an important tool for our dentists' websites ,” says Glenn Lombardi, President and CEO of Officite (http://www.officite.com).

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