New York, NY (PRWEB) March 30, 2011
AcupunctureNext.com has launched as a new player in the health services marketing field. It allows acupuncturists and alternative medicine practitioners to increase their internet presence, attract new clients, and increase sales revenue. AcupunctureNext offers completely free web profiles because its revenue is generated by online advertising.
The President's Council of Economic Advisers says that health care dominates the list of industries that are projected to add the most jobs during 2011-2016. The percentage of seniors 65 and older is projected to increase 141%. Seniors will represent 21% of the population, resulting in a surging demand for therapeutic services. The popularity of acupuncture and alternative medicine such as traditional Chinese medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy, shiatsu, naturopathy, aromatherapy, and acupressure is projected to increase among baby boomers and seniors as they cope with age-related health conditions such as back pain and arthritis.
http://AcupunctureNext.com and its sister sites http://TherapyNext.com, http://ChiropractorNext.com, and http://MassageNext.com address this trend by offering free practice listings and marketing for acupuncturists, alternative medicine practitioners and other types of wellness professionals such as naturopathic doctors, Chinese herbal medicine practitioners, therapists, marriage counselors, psychologists, massage therapists, and chiropractors. AcupunctureNext enables acupuncturists and alternative medicine practitioners to increase their marketing effectiveness with a searchable and customizable web page that builds their internet presence. Many independent health services professionals market themselves by launching their own web sites, however the low probability of such small sites being found in search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing limits their effectiveness. Although AcupunctureNext.com is aimed primarily at health professionals with individual practices, it also allows for listings of large-scale health care centers. AcupunctureNext has been influenced by the huge growth in social networking sites and businesses, such as Yelp, that integrate social networking to augment their revenue generation. Although health services directories crowd the internet, few sites offer social networking features. The founders of AcupunctureNext believe their suite of health services marketing sites will enable consumers enjoy a smooth experience of browsing for different types of health services professionals.
AcupunctureNext.com is positioned to be the next wave in health services marketing and referral services for acupuncturists and alternative medicine practitioners. For more information visit http://AcupunctureNext.com