Weekly Link Fests

Weekly Link Fest: LOL & ROFL Edition

I thought I would take the Weekly Link Fest in a new direction this week and give you links to some really funny websites and/or blog posts. We’ve all heard the old addage “Laughter is the Best Medicine.” When you are having a rough day and happen across some of these blogs, like I did [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Eiffel Tower, Sistine Chapel, WHO, and Digging Holes

After a couple week hiatus, the Weekly Link Fest is back! First up, Reel SEO does a weekly viral video roundup. They post three of the most viewed videos on Youtube for that week. This week’s version includes a video called The Brave Idiot. My palms were sweating just before the guy jumped. Dr. Adam [...]

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Link Love For Previous Weekly Link Fests

If you are looking for links, here are links to more links. Whew! That’s a lot of links! Enjoy! Weekly Link Fest: E-Myth, Meniere’s Disease, Testimonials, and Cervicogenic Headaches Weekly Link Fest: TMJ Disorders, DCS California Jam, Hand Flambe’, School Lunches, and Social Media for Small Businesses Weekly Link Fest: Cowtown Marathon, Successful Blogging, Sleeping, [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Haters, Retracing, Ghostbusters, and Good Posture

Dr. Adam Tanase has a great blog post explaining the importance of visiting an Upper Cervical Chiropractor. Over at The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss, he has a great post on dealing with haters. Dr. Drew Hall shares a story about a patient experiencing the symptoms of retracing. If you don’t know what retracing is, [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Xyrem, Encephalitis, Hating Walmart, and Seth Godin

Dr. Rob Shaw has created a really great new poster for Chiropractors who use a Tytron, Myovision, or Substation for pre- and post-analysis. You can click on the ad directly to the right or click here to learn more about it. Dr. Adam Tanase shared some information the new Fibromyalgia drug Xyrem. As it turns [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Reversed Cervical Curves, Cauda Equina Syndrome, Gardasil, and Asthma

WN4DJJR8YFMG Why are blogs so essential to a chiropractor’s internet marketing campaign? Dr. Patrick MacNamara continues with his chiropractic blogging series in Part 9 and Part 10. What do you think having a reversed cervical curve looks like? Take a look at Dr. Adam Tanase’s blog. Is it any wonder this patient’s health is a [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Minimalism, & Psychiatric Drugging of Kids

This week, we’ll start out with Dr. Patrick MacNamara’s ongoing series on why a blog is so critical for online marketing with Part 7 and Part 8. Over at the Smart Passive Income Blog, you can read a great article on the order of operations for online business and blogging. Dr. Paul Hambrick and Dr. [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Debt, Allergies, Eating Healthy, and Proper Graphing Technique

This week, we start out by sending you to Dr. Patrick MacNamara’s ongoing series  Why Chiropractic Blogs Should Be Chiropractors’ New Patient Internet Marketing Tool of Choice Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6. Dr. Adam Tanase explains Why People Get Sick and asks if your health is in debt. In this week’s Testimonial Tuesday, [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Rising Drug Sales, Napoleon Hill, and NUCCA Spring Conference 2010

First up, is another Testimonial Tuesday with Dr. Paul Hambrick and Dr. Drew Hall. This time they cover a family where the wife suffered from depression and sinus trouble, the husband with low back pain, and a toddler with ear aches and poor disposition. It looks like most parents want to help their kids naturally. [...]

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Weekly Link Fest: Cowtown Marathon, Successful Blogging, Sleeping, Mama Birth, and Upper Cervical Evolution

It was an interesting first week with The Atlas of Life Chiropractic Directory. I mention this because we want to start acknowledging new listings here each week. This week’s listing and the directory’s first listing was Jonathan Leusden, DC. To become a part of the directory, click here. First off, Parker student Logan Sherman won [...]

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