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Posted May 27 2009 10:53pm

Chris Clark, founder of The Senior List, and myself (founder of worked out a pretty interesting partnership that we believe will be of interest to this blog's readership. The details are below. If you have questions contact Chris ( ) or myself ( Incidentally , if you are interested in exploring a similar partnership please send me an email.

---- and The Senior List ®  have formed a partnership that will give senior care providers cost-effective tools to increase their company’s online visibility, Web site traffic, sales leads and search-engine rankings.

Under terms of the partnership, senior care companies with an ‘enhanced’ listing on The Senior List will receive a free one-month trial to, an online service that combines a database of marketing and public relations (PR) opportunities with press release distribution, campaign management and social networking and SEO services.

The Senior List is an online resource that helps match people with senior-related services in their local communities. By visiting and choosing a state, users can browse, add or rate local businesses. Launched nationally in 2008, The Senior List has over 10,000 businesses in its growing database.

“We developed The Senior List to bring the highest performing businesses together with consumers who are searching online,” says Chris Clark, president and CEO.  “By giving our customers access to, we are providing them with a powerful marketing tool to help them grow their business’ online visibility.”

"The Internet offers limitless sales potential, and this partnership provides senior care companies with increased visibility to both consumers and  providers of senior care services,” said Mark Willaman, founder of Fisher Vista LLC, the owners of  “Suppliers can now benefit from two cost-effective marketing tools to boost Web site traffic, sales leads and improved search engine rankings.”

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