Mediate.com MarketPlace Open for Business!

The Mediate.com MarketPlace features leading providers of mediation and conflict resolution training, education and practitioner services. The Marketplace is at www.mediate.com/Market. Full information is at www.mediate.com/MarketInfo


The MarketPlace replaces our historic featured listing service which will end November 1. All historic featured listing traffic will on November 1 be redirected to the Mediate.com MarketPlace.


With our new system, every MarketPlace Location is accessible from every page of Mediate.com by our pop-up MarketPlace map! Note “MarketPlace” in the second location on the left side of www.Mediate.com.


There are 15 Locations available on each MarketPlace Block. The first 5 Locations are Anchor Locations. The next 10 are Rotating Locations. MarketPlace participants control their banner message on an ongoing basis.


A Rotating Location $75/month. An Anchor Location is $125/month. There is a 15% discount with annual pre-payment.


MarketPlace participants have ongoing access to page view and click-through statistics.


Visit www.mediate.com/MarketInfo for complete information or call 541.345.1629.

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Mediate.com Staff

Mediate.com In business since 1996, Mediate.com is the world’s leading mediation and dispute resolution website with over 7 million annual site visitors.  Mediate.com serves as a bridge between professionals offering dispute resolution services and individuals and businesses needing those services. Mediate.com was awarded the 2010 American Bar Association Institutional Problem Solver of… MORE >

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