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PhysicalTherapistSites (Websites for Physical Therapists) Announces New eNewsletter Feature for Physical Therapists in 2013
Date:2/13/2013

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) February 13, 2013

PhysicalTherapistSites, the leading website and online marketing company for physical therapists, announced today a new feature to their websites package to be launched in 2013. This new feature means PhysicalTherapistSites will offer a great selection of websites that includes an eNewsletter feature available to all patients.

PhysicalTherapistSites specializes in creating websites that are engaging, professional, cost-effective, and extremely simple to maintain that help physical therapists successfully market and manage their practice online. PhysicalTherapistSites’ package (with no set-up fees or contracts) includes everything that’s needed for a professional online presence, including Search Engine Optimization, integrated email, editing tools, credit card processing, online appointment notifications, and unlimited technical and customer support. In 2013, this package will also include an eNewsletter feature.

Did you know there are 144 billion emails sent and received per day and 89 billion of those emails come from business accounts? Today, there are over 2.2 billion Internet users worldwide and there is an expected increase in 2013. With the rapid growth of Internet users, sending eNewsletters can be an effective way for physical therapists to announce upcoming specials, monthly or weekly updates, and an additional way to sell products and books to patients. Providing patients with regular content has been proven to retain and deepen patient relationships, gain new ones and establish a valuable brand identity.

eNewsletter Feature Benefits:
-Increase email database
-Match newsletters to current website design
-Unlimited customer and technical support
-One-click editing tools

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