Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 8, 2005
The new .MD Internet extension is starting to replace the .com, .net and .org extensions for all healthcare searches on the Internet (at least in Cincinnati). This new .MD extension aids the public by eliminating millions of unwanted and irrelevant .com or .net search results while quickly searching any and only that desired healthcare subject.
The new .MD extension is the first TLD (Top Level Domain) extension dedicated exclusively to healthcare. There is no longer a need to search through the time consuming, useless websites that a .com or .net healthcare search produces. Soon you will be able to search any subject targeted at healthcare through .MD alone.
This new .MD extension is obviously being accepted by the public, in just its eight week, http://www.Cincinnati.MD has apparently continued to impress and benefit the healthcare public and in turn has received more than 500,000 targeted healthcare hits in the last 30 days. Many of those hits are being generated by word-of-mouth touting the free help offered in their healthcare forum.
This Cincinnati.MD Website is being offered as a free comprehensive healthcare resource for your health. Cincinnati.MD is the first healthcare website to provide easy access to a complete database of medical professionals matched with insurance carriers, specialties and zip codes. The Website also features a clever daily healthcare news Weblog, a monthly favorite doctor contest and a useful public healthcare discussion forum.
According to company CEO, Joseph Benza, Jr., ÂOur early success highlights our most important role, being responsive to the site feedback from doctors and patients, to continually improve services to our members and public. We have a keen interest in maintaining our forward thinking attitude toward healthcare and doing whatever is necessary to further quality care at affordable prices.Â
Healthcare professionals will now be featured in the forum and they will be answering individual healthcare questions in their different specialties giving viewers yet another reason to come back to the healthcare newcomer, just like half a million other readers who have already visited the site.
Joe Benza, Jr.