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TMCNet:  Healthcare Marketing Company Get New Patients, INC. Announces Immediate Availability of Medical Practice SEO Services

[December 29, 2012]

Healthcare Marketing Company Get New Patients, INC. Announces Immediate Availability of Medical Practice SEO Services

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) New York, NY (PRWEB) December 29, 2012 Following the successful launch of their Medical Marketing Blog, Get New Patients, INC. announced the immediate availability of their niche driven Medical Practice SEO Services.

Highlighting the medical niche has allowed Get New Patients, INC. to develop a deep understanding of their customer needs, terminology, and search patterns. Since early Spring of 2011, the company has specialized in providing the Healthcare industry direct Search Engine Optimization services. Understanding not only what potential patients are searching for, but also exactly how they are searching for it has distanced the company from the run-of-the-mill Search Engine Optimization companies online today.

By working exclusively within the medical niche, Get New Patients, INC. is able to provide top tier SEO and SEM services to their healthcare customer base. CEO James Dreesen, along with his highly motivated and trained staff, has built a system with over one year of highly focused, targeted Search Engine Optimization and Online Marketing research to back it up.

Unlike "off the shelf" SEO "tricks" that usually end up costing the consumer more time and money than they are worth, Dreesen's system is completely hand tailored to the individual businesses needs. Customers using Dreesen's Medical Practice SEO will enjoy relevant traffic boosts to their websites, localized traffic targeting, and a full six month execution plan to dominate their regions medical Internet traffic.

Statistics have shown that practices who's websites rank high on search engines not only receive more traffic, but also have a higher conversion rate - which mean more new patients! Having weathered the search engine shake up of 2012, Get New Patients, INC. offers a free website analysis, specialized SEO training, and high end techniques that tap into the company's vast knowledge base and years of experience. Further backing up their success claims, the company also offers pre-SEO and post-SEO reports from their existing customers for new potential customers to review. Get New Patients, INC. uses their Medical Practice SEO system in house, and currently ranks #1 on Google for several highly competitive keywords in the Medical Internet Marketing niche.

For more information on Medical Practice SEO or the companies partnership with NorthStar SEO, LLC., please visit the company's website or contact them using the information below.

Contact Information: Get New Patients, INC.

James Dreesen Tel: (888) 221-0865 info(at)getnewpatientsinc(dot)com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10276313.htm (c) 2012 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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