April 20, 2015 — For 60 years, Chiropractic Economics has striven to serve chiropractors and the profession by providing well-researched, relevant content in print and online. Now, in the age of mobile media, the publication is taking its efforts to the next level.
The editors and technical specialists have been steadily working on the new ChiroEco.com and have now re-launched the website. The new interface has been designed for seamless navigation and an optimized viewing experience for your computer, tablet, and smartphone. With convenience in mind, popular sections loved by readers are now more accessible and user-friendly, including the latest industry news, magazine articles and archives, the jobs board, events calendar, and more.
The revamped site also features four new and compelling content sections. Readers can access more unique, online-exclusive articles—all focused on aspects of chiropractic, and the challenges of growing and building better practices. Look for these topics:
- Business tips for your practice
- Clinical and technique insights
- Personal growth advice
- Wellness and nutrition counseling
“The result is a clean and user-oriented experience,” says Daniel Sosnoski, editor-in-chief of Chiropractic Economics. “Migrating the old site to a new, responsive design that optimizes for whatever device the reader is using was a time- and labor-intensive effort—and well worth it.”
Visitors to the new ChiroEco.com will find a complete reorganization and rethinking of what readers want and need from the magazine. “We know that readers don’t like apps for reading magazines,” Sosnoski says. “So we leapfrogged that option in favor of a site that is a delight to explore whether you’re at your desk or on your phone.”
Now that the new website is live and ready for traffic, visitors are encouraged to revisit the site often as new content and improvements will be ongoing developments.
About Chiropractic Economics magazine
Founded in 1954, Chiropractic Economics (ChiroEco.com) is the leading magazine in the chiropractic industry.