YourCity.MD's New Technology in Healthcare Search, for Quality Care, Goes Viral After Defeating WebMD and Google in Cancer Search Competition

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YourCity.MD hits a home-run with most recent press release. YourCity.MD announced record numbers of users of their Free .MD City and State, One-Click search engines by more than 8,000% in some communities, in less than 30 days of their latest news release. The increases in viewer traffic came quickly after announcing their huge upset win as YourCity.MD Defeated WebMD, Google, Ask, AOL, MSN, Yahoo, Bing and Dogpile by more than 1 hour, in a search competition for a patient seeking 19 quality cancer resources in Cincinnati, Ohio. The word spread rapidly across the country on social networking sites like Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter. These social sites contribute to the success of technological discoveries like this on a daily basis.

Just as .MD is launched to replace .com as the place to search exclusively for healthcare resources, YourCity.MD kick starts the healthcare program with a huge win over all the major search engines. Saving time using the web sounds like an oxymoron but to save over an hour searching 19 criteria for a cancer patient is indeed, a true discovery. While search engines like Bing claim to simplify Internet search clutter of their competitors, YourCity.MD proves that claims are just claims, until put to the test.

YourCity.MD LLC, CEO, Joe Benza said, "We have been working hard for over 3 years developing our patent pending One-Click search technology that was used in the competition. All our .MD city and state sites including the http://www.Cincinnati.MD site that was used in the contest were created to save users time and return the best healthcare results possible. We can save the average person more time (around 1 hour) using .MD over any Google, Bing or WebMD search for quality care; as seen in the last news release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/search-technology-md-dr/find-a-doctor-cancer-sick/prweb5188104.htm."

Benza continued, "Users access the Internet as one of their fastest, simplest tools, in their toolbox of daily resources. Now those same users have a choice when cutting into that huge block of Healthcare information. They need to choose, whether to pull out an old dull hand-saw, like WebMD, Yahoo, Bing or Google or go straight to the latest technology power-saw called http://www.YourCity.MD for the same job to get much faster and much better results, in a fraction of the time. Realtors are already using the New Technology in widget form, on thousands of R.E. websites, as a result of the "New Technology Makes Relocation Simple" story reported on January 2011 and found in the archived articles at RealTrends.com."

It's apparent that social networking sites like Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter contributed a huge number of users to the intuitive .MD community healthcare/medical platform, through family and friends. YourCity.MD made this very easy for Facebook users to spread the word by providing them with another free tool, a Facebook App to give family and friends the opportunity to search healthcare from their own profile. The App is available by simply clicking the link and then clicking the word, "Allow": https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth?client_id=185143384851393&redirect_uri=http://apps.facebook.com/one-click-search/&scope=email,read_stream which will place a very small One-Click text line under the "more..." feature on any Facebook profile.

"YourCity.MD is doing for the search engine industry what the search engine industry originally did for the web...and that is speed up the search process through the use of better technology." Benza added. "These free tools and others like our free iPhone App, "Symptom Checker .MD" : http://www.yourcity.md/iphone/iphone.aspx?s=1 now belong to the public and if each viewer will continue to tell their friends and family about them, then all Americans will finally have the same opportunity, to make better healthcare decisions for their family and that is our mission"

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