Chances are you have a web site, but do you take the time to regularly check log files and statistics to see what kinds of terms are being searched that bring people to your website? For a site about chiropractic you may expect searches like back pain, headaches, scoliosis, and even spinal decompression to be popular. Over the years I found that’s not always the case, and sometimes the most popular searches are for terms that may appear to have nothing to do with your primary topic. If you’re not checking your log files, you may never know if that’s the case for your site or blog.
Monday morning is the 15th, which means we’re only 10 days away from Christmas 2008, and a week away from Hanukkah. Never know what’s going to happen with classified advertising, there may likely be less ads placed during the next two weeks. That certainly wasn’t the case for the past two weeks, with more than 800 chiropractic offices now for sale, and over 700 jobs available in the chiropractic field. Advertisements appearing below are simply a round up from recent posts made to the chiropractic classifieds pages.
RSS, or really simple syndication, has been evolving since the late 1990s. Its growing popularity has been significant since around 2005, when icons for RSS feeds began appearing more frequently on websites and blogs. RSS feeds are not just for articles and blog posts and there’s many different ways feeds are being utilized on the web today. We began incorporating RSS feeds for our news and classified advertising in mid-2006. This past weekend someone asked me about accessing RSS feeds for classifieds and it reminded me to address the topic.
Chiropractic jobs and practices for sale continued to be popular searches in the classifieds for the month of November. Today we round up recent classifieds placed for digital x-ray systems, Brican media systems, gait analysis systems, cervical intersegmental traction units, subluxation stations, several used x-ray units, and others. As always, the ads listed below are simply a summary of advertisements placed this week, there are many more available on the chiropractic classifieds pages.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. To the search keyphrases for the month of November 2008, are the craziest I’ve seen on…
The newsfeeds are buzzing with stories related to a recent survey that suggests primary care physicians are an endangered species of medical doctor. The survey, involving some 12,000 medical physicians, showed a great number of MDs are unhappy with red tape and decreased payment for their services.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Taking a look at 14,653 different key phrases that accumulated since the beginning of this month,…
It’s an April Wednesday and there’s been a boat load of advertising appearing during the past week. Whether you are seeking Chiropractic Products and Equipment for Sale (like an X-Ray Filter System) or Practices for Sale and Job Opportunities (like a Colorado Building and Practice For Sale), this post is a compilation of the most recent advertisements placed in the Classifieds section on Planet Chiropractic. Featured are selected ads that were placed before midweek of April 02, 2008.
Among the most popular content searched on Planet Chiropractic is information regarding chiropractic employment, chiropractic jobs, salaries, income, and other career related topics. Those searches range from people seeking basic information about becoming a chiropractor, to specific resource information regarding job applications and hiring. The profession of chiropractic was ranked #4 among top jobs for 2005-2009 by Fast Company, and the industry was recognized as a popular choice for many young adults.
Not too many years ago, the search for employment as a chiropractor typically required contacting local chiropractic colleges for job postings, checking quarterly industry related health journals for back page advertisements, and scanning through classified ads of print publications and magazines geared toward the profession of chiropractic. Like so many other disruptive methodologies that have changed the way we do things, platforms that provide niche classified advertising in a centralized location are changing the ways we seek employment, products and services.