Mediate.com is pleased to announce a 25% off Holiday Sale for all new annual Mediate.com Memberships!
We are also for the first time offering 25% off all online courses at MediateUniversity.com! This includes CLE/CEU credit and 6 months’ access to each course.
Use coupon code “Holidays2022” when checking out to redeem your discount.
There are 3 Membership Options at Mediate.com: Basic, Premium and Featured Membership. Please review the information below and at Mediate.com/Services and let us help you get more mediation business!
Note that all Membership levels include access to all Mediate.com content, now well over 10,000 site resources, including access to all “Member Only” content.
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Premium Members at Mediate.com additionally receive a valuable Mediate.com Directory Listing. The Mediate.com Directory is THE most searched mediator directory in the world.
Premium Members are also able to place a “Membership Badge” both on your directory listing and on your own professional website confirming your Mediate.com Membership.
Being a Featured Member at Mediate.com, our highest membership level, makes you super visible for ALL Mediate.com VISITORS (no search required) located within 25 miles of you.
Featured Membership includes all of the described benefits for both Basic and Premium Membership, plus the graphical featuring of your mediation practice at the Top of Every Page of Mediate.com (rotating pictures) and in the main body of the Mediate.com home page!
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Please review these Membership and Service Options and let us help you get more mediation business!
Once again, use coupon code “Holidays2022” when checking out for your 25% Holiday Sale discount.
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