New Service Gives Free Patients To Chiropractors Around Australia

National Chiropractor Australia is celebrating the launch of its new done-for-you patient referral service for local chiropractic clinics all around Australia by giving selected chiropractors around Australia free patients and clients. Further information can be found at https://www.chiroleadsagency.com/free

Newcastle, Australia - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

In a unique and exciting change of pace, the popular national chiropractor website, National Chiropractor Directory Australia is launching a new service, giving patients to select local chiropractors.

And in a bold move, the successful online directory, which generates it’s customers from Google Search, will be celebrating the launch of its new done-for-you patient referral service, by giving away all patient enquiries for free to local chiropractors from around Australia. It’s reported the service started in March 2019.

Chiropractors can register for the free patient trial at https://www.chiroleadsagency.com/free

In a time where most businesses now realise the value of having a website placed highly on Google, it makes a lot of sense to if you could have a second website to collect customers. The National Chiropractor website generates over 2,000 visits each month for people looking for a local chiropractor appointment to fix their back or neck pain, sports injury or baby health complaint.

National Chiropractor receives as many as 15 local appointments each week, and partners with one selected clinic in each local area, giving that clinic all the appointments. The arrangement can therefore add thousands of dollars in extra revenue to local clinics, giving them a major advertising advantage.

Zac Dillon, Lead SEO for National Chiropractor Directory Australia website says: “We wanted to be unique and exciting with our done-for-you patient referral service launch because this is a new service. We help one local chiropractor in a market. Effectively giving them a second website to get business from Google. Yes, it gives a big advantage to the clinic we work with. We deliver new patients that come to our website, straight to the clinic website we are working with.”

“To start getting the word out, because it’s such a new concept, we decided to just give the customers we generate away for free. This allows one chiropractor per area can see first hand how this can work for their business. It’s only free for a short time though. Once they see the extra business coming in from the extra Google advertising, it’s highly likely that clinic will want to become a long term customer of National Chiropractor, getting all our local business, and also locking out all their competitors.”

When asked about the Done for you clients and patient referrals for chiropractic clinics all around Australia service, Zac Dillon said: “We think it’s going to be a real hit because Google can provide hundreds of extra patients to your clinic each year. And this service adds an untapped source of new patients that chiropractors weren’t getting before”.

“It should be really worthwhile and we’re hoping it will show local chiropractors just what is possible with modern marketing. . It should go great unless of course chiropractors don’t want free customers!” Mr Dillon said.

National Chiropractor Australia has always thrived on the idea of standing out and making a commotion. It’s all part of the fun and it’s going to show the power of SEO and why having more than one website sending your business leads is a very smart idea for business growth and peace of mind, which we think is better than businesses who choose to do things the ‘regular’ way. This launch is just one of the many ways National Chiropractor Australia achieves that goal.

National Chiropractor Australia’s Done for you clients and patient referrals for chiropractic clinics all around Australia service went live in March 2019. To find out more about the service register for free patients, Chiropractors should visit https://www.chiroleadsagency.com/free

Contact Info:
Name: Zac Dillon Search Media Newcastle
Organization: Chiro Leads Agency
Address: 265 King Street, Newcastle, NSW 2300, Australia
Website: https://www.chiroleadsagency.com/free

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492823

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