Mediation.com Now Offers eBook Services For Its Mediator- Mediation-Attorney Members

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Mediation.com, one of the largest Mediator-mediation attorney online networks, now offers eBook services for its members to help them reach more clients and develop their reputation as experts in the industry.

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By offering our members eBook creation services, we are providing them with not only an opportunity to show their expertise, but also an opportunity to get their name out there as a leading professional in the field. — Tom Pronesti

By offering eBooks to their potential and present clients, mediators and mediation attorneys who are a part of the Mediation.com network will be able to provide valuable information in a format that costs very little and has the potential to increase their business exponentially.

With the rise in popularity of devices like the Kindle and Nook, eBook reading has become a trend that seems here to stay and marketers are zeroing in on that trend. “Clients looking for mediation services want to know that the mediator they choose is an expert in the field,” says Tom Pronesti, Operations Manager of Mediation.com. “By offering our members eBook creation services, we are providing them with not only an opportunity to show their expertise, but also an opportunity to get their name out there as a leading professional in the field.”

As any marketer will tell you, exposure is a key part of building a business, and this important exposure is what eBook production and selling will facilitate. “The mediators and attorneys who are part of our network trust us to market them to a wide base of potential clients,” says Pronesti, “and we, in return, look for the best ways to do that. This type of eBook marketing is the newest trend that is showing amazing success.”

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Mediation.com is one of the most extensive online databases of Mediation-Attorneys and Mediators, and is searchable by areas of expertise and geographic location. Saving both time and money while offering a better alternative to litigation, mediation is a dispute resolution process that has been successfully used for all types of civil and business-related disputes.

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