Audiology Engine, A New Product Offering

Audiology Engine, Driving Your Hearing Healthcare Practice Success

Audiology EngineMyself and a chap named Stephen Claridge are bringing a new product offering to market. Under the name of Audiology Engine we hope to initially offer a web development product and associated services that will help Practice owners to drive their on line marketing and their business.

Stephen Claridge, who is the developer of Coderscope, is an established web development professional and the designer of Earmeter. An early on line social proof platform for hearing healthcare practices. We plan to combine our knowledge and skills to offer web development, SEO and business development functions to the hearing healthcare market. We hope to offer products and services that will firmly establish your on-line presence and drive your on-line audiology marketing success.

We will have the initial product offering up and running soon, we will offer a template website builder with a several powerful media rich themes to pick from. The background SEO work will be completed on the themes allowing you to just add your copy and media easily without fuss. Alternatively we will write the copy and add the media for a fee. We will also offer an article service, properly SEOd articles that again you can adapt and use. Again we can write and add these articles to your blog, making sure that full use of the SEO principles are maximised for an extra fee. 

Web development services can expand up to full ongoing management of your website and blog. Other services will include social media channel set-up and ongoing management. Business development services will be available, initially through remote Practice and process analysis and business development guidance. We are both quite excited about the venture, if you have any queries or want to know any more, pop along to the site at and leave your email, we will get back to you as things move on. 

About Geoffrey Cooling

Geoffrey Cooling is an Irish hearing care blogger and the author of The Little Book of Hearing Aids and Audiology Marketing in a Digital World. He has been involved in the Hearing Healthcare Profession since 2007 when he qualified as a hearing aid audiologist. He has worked in private practice and for a major hearing aid manufacturer. He has become recognised as an authority within the field of hearing care and hearing aids.

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