David Viniker, the managing director of First Website Design, is a retired surgeon.
I.T and Websites.
David developed an interest in I.T. and specifically its applications for medical student and patient education in the early 1980s when he was writing his doctorate thesis. At his hospital in London, he was the lead consultant for the management group introducing the hospital Patient Administration System; the Consultant for the team determining the module for the operating theater and for the Essex and East of London for the introduction of a maternity module.
His doctorate from the University of London (M.D.) shows that he has the ability to think outside the box.
In 1997, he set about producing a website based on his patient information brochures– www.2womenshealth.com. The website came to be a leading source of online info for patients, doctors and pupils with greater than 2 million site visitors each year. As an author, he investigated exactly how webpages reach the top of Google. It became apparent that the authority of the web page and site (incoming link power) were critical. These authorities were most effectively represented by PageRank described in another of his websites.
He developed a keyword difficulty technique that anyone can use: A computerized program using this procedure, KeywordSEOPRO, was made available commercially. In 2013, Google discontinued publishing PageRank information to the public although the search engine continues to use it in its ranking program.
Moz provides useful page authority and domain authority information that it makes available and KeywordSEOPro was converted to make use of this.
He began to research how webpages reach the top page of Google. He found that the authority of the webpage and website, determined by the total value of incoming links in the Google index, were the leading factors. These authorities are best represented by PageRank explained in another of his websites. He came up with a keyword difficulty technique that is freely available. An automated program , KeywordSEOPro, using this technique is available on subscription.
On retirement from medicine, David has taken up Internet marketing as a paid hobby. He is webmaster for Migraine-Dyslexia.com which includes a page allowing self online testing for dyslexia and the benefits of colour– for his wife Simone’s website explaining her special interest in the treatment of Migraine and Dyslexia with patient specific colour tinted lenses.
David and his team have developed more than a hundred websites. Some are for people with whom he is connected including the website for former pupils and teachers at his old grammar school – Hackney Downs School – the Clove Club. and a Doctors’ Support Group. David and Simone enjoy Days Out Around London. He enjoys reviewing SEO software. There are websites on the history of London, Optics and the Media, people and nature and entertainment, theatre and films. A portfolio of some of the websites provided for clients is available for review.
SEO for Professionals
Following retirement from medicine, he has written hundreds of articles for websites on topics varying from loft conversions to wills and probate.
David is in a unique position to assist professional people including doctors, dentists, solicitors and accountants who wish to develop and or promote their websites to increase clientelle and revenue through the Internet.
Web design, SEO, Social Media and Internet Marketing for London and the North Home Counties including Essex and Hertfordshire
First Website Design – affordable professional web design and Internet marketing / website promotion in London, Essex and Hertfordshire. We are based in Loughton, on the borders of Chingford, North-East London and Essex and close to the M25.
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General Education and Medical Profession.
David attended Stopsley Junior School and went on to Luton Grammar School. Following the family’s move to London, he moved to Hackney Downs School. His life-long ambition had been to come to be a doctor.
David qualified from University College Hospital, London. He has held postgraduate posts at The Royal Postgraduate Teaching Hospital, Hammersmith, The Royal London Hospital, University College Hospital, and The Leicester Hospitals. He became Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with special interests in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, and Honorary Senior Lecturer in the University of London. He retired from clinical medicine in 2012.
His very early research passions focused on perinatal cerebral function tracking, and this concluded in an MD from the University of London and the prestigious Blair-Bell Memorial Lecture at The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
David presented the hypothesis that sub-clinical germs can offer a possible description for many obstetric and gynaecological enigmas including unusual infertility, persistent miscarriage, inefficient uterine blood loss and blood pressure troubles (preeclampsia) associated with pregnancy. Others have actually much more just recently come to a similar conclusion for pre-eclampsia. There may be a relationship in between miscarriage and succeeding obstetric complications.
His publications include two books “Frequently Asked Questions On Women’s Health” and “Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine” which he co-edited. Although primarily a clinical obstetrician and gynaecologist, he enjoyed undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research.
David Viniker was born and spent his developmental years in Luton Bedfordshire. He lives with his wife in Loughton, Essex. His daughter and her family live in Romford and his son is in Bristol where he works in internet marketing. He has family and friends in Essex, Edgware, Southgate, Woodford, Ilford and Chingford.