Raising awareness of 360 Health's services through a new website, brochures and SEO

Web Design / Brochure Design / Maintenance / SEO


Website UI & UX
WordPress Development
Local Website Hosting

Custom Web Design

360 Health + Community is committed to enhancing the livelihoods of people across Western Australia, through better health, community engagement and social care.

In 2019, 360 Health + Community approached Start Digital to revamp its website. Soon after signing up for a new website, 360 identified their need for several solutions, including print, intranet and SEO. We created a suite of tri-fold brochures, business cards and brand material and continue to support 360 with SEO and updates as and when required.

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Get Found

Start was contracted to optimise 360’s website to rocket the organisation’s visibility and organic traffic. Conducting a range of activities including performance optimisation, media compression, on-page content development and backlink acquisition, 360’s visibility doubled within a 6 month period.

Going from the hidden places on Google to the top half of page 1 for most of their main services, the organisation is no longer relying upon branded terms to generate new leads.

About 360

Beginning as three Public Health Networks (Perth South Coastal Medicare Local, Goldfields-Midwest Medicare Local and Perth Central East Metro Medicare Local), 360 Health + Community has more than 20 years combined experience in providing care and connecting people with the most appropriate support.

With a network of health professionals dedicated to delivering quality health and support services, 360 are committed to improving the all-round health and wellbeing of all Western Australians;

  • In regional and metro areas;
  • From youth to the elderly;
  • Across cultures and levels of care;
  • For short-term health concerns to chronic conditions and permanent disabilities;
  • NDIS participants, private and public health referrals.