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Most people think that having a website is enough to ensure a steady stream of patients.  Most websites bring in 3-6 patients a month without fail.  But unless people can find your website, it’s like having a beautiful clinic … way out in the woods where no one can come visit.  There’s no way they’ll become a patient.  No matter how beautiful that clinic (or website) is, it’s still a huge failure.

The secret to having a successful website is having a website that gets found.

That’s it.

It may surprise you, but being having your website found is even MORE important than having a gorgeous, appealing site! The most common, and cheapest way of being found is through the search engines.  Having your website show up well in the search engines is the difference between several new patients a month… or none at all.

Last time I checked, Frank Prieto charges about $349 a month to provide websites that dominate the search engine listings. I highly recommend him if you’re in a very competitive market, like NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, Vancouver, etc. If you don’t quite have that much competition, you have another option.

Frank has a course that costs $47 a month on how to promote your practice through your website. In it he details the basics of what he uses in his $349 service. Most people just need these basics.

There’s no need to pay $349 a month or even $47 a month. Until New Year’s Day, Frank is letting you have his course for just $10 a month. It’s worth it. Remember, Frank normally charges $349 for his services, each and every month.

If you use his course, you can build up your own website, it costs just $10.  And once it’s set up, you don’t have to pay him.

I believe this is so important, I’m making it free to subscribers to my website service.  If you already have a website with me, just sign up through the above link, and send me an email saying “I signed up with Frank”.  I’ll refund you every penny of the difference.

Pretty much everything that Frank mentions is already built into my website service, and taken care of almost automatically.  But having the details laid out is very valuable.  Don’t forget, Frank does this for a living and charges a small fortune for doing this kind of website promotion.

Now, I want to warn you about one thing.  You may find Frank’s sales letter kind of jarring and a turnoff.  That’s OK.

Just hold your nose and click the signup link as fast as possible. You’ll find that signup link here.

It’s only $10, and is worth it.  If you’re a client of my website service, it’s free for you, because I want you to succeed.  And yes, this offer is available to new website clients.

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Michael // Dec 29, 2009 at 8:41 pm

    I just signed up. What the heck, ten bucks to see if this is not hype is worth it.

    I thought it was. It might be, but I just signed up and the very FIRST thing I am greeted with is a message that the 78% discount is already gone. This is AFTER I have signed up. This is from his website that says the offer is good until the first of the year.

    I am suddenly unclear on just what i will actually be charged for this service. It all may be on the level, but I am tasting bait and switch.

    I guess I have to wait until the charge goes through before I will know for sure. I will certainly comment again on the situation.

  • 2 Burton Kent // Dec 29, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Hi Michael,

    This was probably caused because you also heard about it from him first. He’s extended the deal just for my readers.

    Frank is a straight shooter and will fix it. You are the second person who’s seen this.

  • 3 Michael // Dec 29, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    I entered his site via your email. Anyway, thanks for the reassurance. I look forward to seeing what he has to say.

  • 4 Michael // Dec 30, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Just did the first lesson on meta tags. Good stuff. Was a review of some things I already knew, but mostly it got me going on updating those bad boys and being strategic about it. Looking forward to the next lesson

  • 5 Jeannette // Jan 2, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    I had a problem signing up… the advertisement said I had until midnight on New Year’s Day.

    I went well before midnight and it said the offer had expired. I was going to let it go until I saw Michael’s comment.

    Any chance that you can help me sign up?