SACRAMENTO, November 12, 2006 /PRNEWSWIRE/ -- Lasik patient advocacy
website USAEyes has
attained top 10 natural Internet search engine positioning at all
five of the most popular search engines for the highly competitive
“Lasik” search term.
“Being listed in the top ten at Google, Yahoo!, MSN, AOL, and Ask.com
is a tremendous milestone for our organization,,” says Glenn Hagele,
Executive Director and founder of the Council for Refractive Surgery
Quality Assurance, which publishes the USAEyes website. “The
listings enhance our ability to distribute objective information
about Lasik and information about doctors evaluated and certified
by our organization.”
According to recent report from Advertising Age magazine, Google,
Yahoo!, MSN, AOL, and Ask.com represent 96.4% of all Internet searches.
The Council for Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance is a nonprofit
nongovernmental patient advocacy organization that evaluates and
certifies doctors who perform Lasik and similar surgery to reduce
the need for corrective lenses.
CONTACT: Glenn Hagele, Council for Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance,
800/872-3937, glenn.hagele@USAEyes.org, http://www.usaeyes.org