Recovery Delivered Focuses Its Sites on California and Washington State as It Expands West

Press Release – updated: Dec 11, 2019 13:00 MST

NEW YORK, December 11, 2019 ( –, an online provider of Suboxone doctors for people fighting Opioid Use Disorder, is entering into Washington State and California. This move comes after the company expanded to offer care to people in 12 states.  
“California, like Florida, has a large population of people fighting opioid addiction. The response we saw in Florida told us that California is a must-have and quickly,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Marcus Hansen. He continued, “Our goal is to provide the majority of people an easily accessible, affordable option for the treatment of opioid addiction. As California has a large number of addiction professionals, it makes sense that we partner with them to help their patient population in any way we can.” offers access to opioid treatment medication and addiction counseling through an app that is available on all smartphones. Patients simply need to download the app and work directly with providers to help understand their needs. We accept most insurance policies, including Medicaid, and our cash rates are all-inclusive, meaning the patient understands how much everything will cost upfront, and there are no hidden fees. 
Source: Recovery Delivered

Be Human: Surprising New Ways to Get Content Sites, eCommerce Stores and Blogs Found in Search Results

Press Release – updated: Dec 4, 2019 07:00 CST

AUSTIN, Texas, December 4, 2019 ( – Everyone knows search draws way more traffic than social media and paid ads. Getting found by Google is a profitable way to grow traffic and sales. Before pages are ranked though, search engines have to first find them. It used to take months, sometimes years, to get a site’s content found by Google and major search engines. Even so, only a small percentage of internet content ends up indexed by Google. With a little help from eCommerce SaaS bots, like flare by Mansion Ecommerce, and some content ingenuity, owners of content sites, eCommerce stores and bloggers can tip the odds in their favor.
Before a site is ranked, it has to be found
Many site owners pour their time and budget into Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of their pages but forget a critical but simple first step: Ensure a way to inform Google, Bing, and other major engines. Instead of waiting for Google and Bing to find website pages, new machine-learning eCommerce bots like flare can proactively and verifiably push site updates to major search engines. These bots can map websites in a few minutes and push update notifications to Google and Bing daily. Unlike prior technologies, the new bots can verify Google and Bing have received the updates. It is like sending a certified mail instead of an un-verifiable mail drop-off.
Keep it human
Site owners must know these bots can verifiably submit website pages for consideration, but it is entirely up to the search engine algorithms to decide if the content is interesting enough to be picked up for display in search results. Google unveiled a deep learning update, BERT, which aims to determine the context of the search query as a whole instead of extracting keywords. Google’s announcement: Say in the search sentence “Brazil traveler to USA needs a visa”. The old algorithm would remove “to” and returned results about U.S. citizens traveling to Brazil. The BERT update uses the word “to” and understands the meaning. It’s about a Brazilian traveling to the U.S. and not the other way around.
Site owners, eCommerce stores and bloggers should watch for changes in organic traffic. If necessary, make the meta title and description more humanly readable and less like a bag of keywords. With Voice Searches on the rise, making these tags humanly readable can improve a site’s chances of getting found in voice searches as well.
Keep at it and keep it real
Doing SEO once is virtually useless. To get in front and stay in front, one needs regular feeds to Google and Bing and keeping up with their algorithm changes. Bots, like flare by Mansion Ecommerce, deliver verifiable search engine feeds on a regular basis without taking up a site owner’s time, so they can focus on creating content relevant to their customers, brand, and business.
About Mansion Ecommerce
B2B SaaS company helping retail and wholesale businesses operate efficiently and grow. Mansion Ecommerce offers a suite of machine-learning eCommerce bots that are surprisingly simple to deploy. Built by award-winning store owners, for store owners.
Media Contact:Phone: 512.366.9012Email: media@mansionecommerce.comContact Media Relations
Source: Mansion Ecommerce

Skimlinks Reveals Content Publishers Grew 3.5x Faster Than Coupon Sites Through Black Friday

Press Release – updated: Dec 2, 2019 19:36 GMT

NEW YORK and LONDON, December 2, 2019 ( – Content publishers grew traffic 3.5x faster than coupon sites during Black Friday 2019, new data from Skimlinks reveals. The results illustrate how consumers now turn to commerce content to inform their purchase decisions and how performance advertisers increasingly rely on content publishers to drive incremental sales.​
Top articles this year favored a focus on multi-merchant articles, where they mention more than one merchant in a post, as opposed to focusing on a single brand. In the U.S., 70% of the top 20 performing articles featured multiple merchants. Over half of the top 20 articles included “deal” in their headline. 
Traffic analysis from Skimlinks’ global network of 60,000 publishers reveals shoppers prefer to purchase over lunch. U.S. purchases peaked between 12-1 p.m. EST, while the network saw an overall 20% increase in traffic.
Consumers also engaged with commerce content in different places. Mobile was responsible for the majority of traffic in the U.S. and the U.K. In the U.S., over 60% of traffic came from mobile, while in the U.K. mobile accounted for 74% of all traffic, peaking with a 90% share of traffic between 5 a.m-8 a.m. 
New entrants to the top 20 highest traffic merchants include athletics apparel retailer Lululemon and telecommunications company Verizon Wireless. Fitness giant Nike was also a new entrant, driven by strong performance in the U.K. and U.S., which may have been helped by the decision to take Nike products off Amazon’s platform earlier in 2019. 
Addressing this year’s findings, Skimlinks CEO Sebastien Blanc says, “The impressive growth in revenue from content publishers, both in absolute terms and relative to coupon sites, shows the quality of commerce content our publishers produce all year round. It also illustrates how consumers increasingly turn to publishers they trust to decide what to buy and who to buy from.” 
Media Contacts: 
Jean-Christophe Gombeaud 
VP – Marketing Skimlinks 
+44 (0)7400 849 746
Source: Skiminks

Using IRT Predictive Logic to Control IP Inventory Levels at Sites in Oncology and Complex Studies, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

In this free webinar, attendees will learn how predictive supply algorithms in interactive response technology (IRT) can optimize study drug shipment and dispensation, reducing waste, total shipments and reconciliation and return efforts.(PRWeb November 26, 2019)Read the full story at