Neu-isenburg (zeppelinheim), Germany (PressExposure) May 26, 2009 -- There are many providers of continuing medical education. The problem so far: Seminar offerings cannot be found in the widths of the net. The Internet marketing agency WEFRA Publishing offers help at this point and enables finding events by the means of an innovative search engine, guaranteed.
Over 90% of physicians use the Internet for job-related reasons. But only those who are also found in the world wide web play a role in the market. Today, Google ranking decides over success and failure. This is the same for providers of continuing medical education, as further training is an occupational must for physicians. But the everyday picture of websites of providers looks dull: Confusing sites, bad ranking etc. Company homepages, the most important business card of today, are often user-unfriendly and offer little content.
WEFRA Publishing has an innovative solution for this problem: Professional development of Internet competence. The specialist for all fields of online communication, as well as for event search engines, is the expert for all questions on marketing and public relations on the web. From the conception of a website via its technical realisation up to promotion â WEFRA Publishing offers an allround service and improves online performance in the areas of visibilty, usability, visitor statistics and website relevance.
The figureheads of the agency are the worldwide largest search engines for continuing medical and dental education. On http://www.dental-kongresse.de and http://www.medical-congresses.com, physicians, dentists and chemists can find over 80.000 congresses and seminars and furthermore receive detailed information on events and organisers. âOur databases are the leading portals for providers of CME events. If you want to be perceived by physicians, all that is required is to register on our sites and publish events. Thus organisers of events can increase their numbers of visitors without any large effortsâ, Matthias Haack, manager of WEFRA Publishing explains.