Elder Senior Home Care Marketing Lead Generation $35,000 Prizes Contest Launched

ElderCare.Expert is celebrating the launch of its local elder care directory and senior care marketing lead generation service by giving away up to $35,000 in prizes to qualified providers.

Poughquag, United States - February 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

ElderCare.Expert is celebrating the official launch of its local elder care directory and senior care marketing lead generation service by giving away up to $35,000 in prizes to qualified elder care providers. The website owners will give away one ‘1 Year Premium membership’ for every twenty (20) free basic accounts created by providers during the contest period, up to 50 Premium 1-year memberships in total.

To participate or learn more please visit: https://www.eldercare.expert

After the drawing on April 30, 2018, all contestants will be extended a 50% discount off their annual fee forever just for participating. The follow on promotion is a limited offer that expires on May 30th, 2018.

In a marketplace where most competitors simply post advertisements on Facebook or Google and hope for the best but fail to create any stir, ElderCare.Expert has opted to be a bit more exciting. They have decided to promote their official business launch with a drawing of qualified names to receive up to $35,000 in membership prizes. To automatically enter the drawing, an elder care company must simply create a basic (free) profile or claim an existing profile at ElderCare.Expert. The profile must meet minimum requirements and be approved the editorial staff.

“We wanted to do something exciting and different. There’s real value for every company that becomes a member of our local elder care directory and senior care matching service. We wanted to do something fun to put our website brand on the map. We also think it’s important to give something back to the senior care community” said Bob Thomson, Founder & Executive Director of ElderCare.Expert.

“It should be a worthwhile effort and we’re hoping it will attract a number of top rated elder care experts, like home care agencies and assisted living facilities, to our exciting new marketplace” said Thomson.

ElderCare.Expert thrives on the idea of standing out and making some commotion. It is all part of the fun and going to give top rated elder care companies, like home care agencies and assisted living residences, the ability to use a modern, easy to use digital publishing platform for online marketing and brand journalism. This launch contest is just one of the many ways that ElderCare.Expert achieves that goal.

When asked about the local elder care directory and senior care marketing lead generation service Thomson said he thinks it is going to be a hit because it is uniquely different from what is already available online. People are always looking for better platforms, ease of use and more choices. The ElderCare.Expert marketplace has a well designed interface and is easy to use for both elder care consumers and providers.

ElderCare.Expert’s local senior care directory and lead generation marketing service went live via soft launch in Q4, 2017. The giveaways contest period runs from February 15 – April 30, 2018. The 50% discount offer ends May 30, 2018.

To find out more about the service, visit the above URL.

Contact Info:
Name: Bob Thomson
Email: bob@eldercare.expert
Organization: ElderCare.Expert
Address: 636 New York 216, Poughquag, NY 12570, United States

For more information, please visit https://www.eldercare.expert

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 300432

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