Be heard on social media’s leading physician voice
Opioidology.com is the web’s leading social media health platform, with 2 million monthly pageviews, and over 100,000 subscribers on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and RSS.
The New York Times calls Opioidology.com, “a highly coveted publishing place for doctors and patients.”
Opioidology.com posts also have the potential to go viral:
Listening to nurses is key to being a good doctor: 149,000+ social media shares
Consider the messages that tattoos are sending: 136,000+ social media shares
You can engage this influential audience by submitting an opinion on any topic related to health care.
Newspaper reporters, editors, and television producers regularly read Opioidology.com, so this is an opportunity to get noticed by major media outlets.
Articles of about 500 to 1,000 jargon-free words in length and free of grammatical and spelling errors are preferred. Accepted pieces will be published on Opioidology.com and syndicated on Twitter and my e-newsletter.
Submissions from commercial entities should be physician-authored and contain zero mention of your business. Accepted pieces will include a nofollow link in the attribution.
Authors retain rights to their pieces, which may be published elsewhere.
Professional medical organizations, such as the American Cancer Society, American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Medical Association, American Board of Internal Medicine, American College of Physicians, American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Gastroenterological Association, and Texas Medical Association contribute regular, exclusive pieces to Opioidology.com, as well as a core group of influential medical voices.