How to Post a Positive Review of Colloidal Silver on the WebMD.com Web Site…
Here’s your chance to help show WebMD.com -- a notorious detractor of colloidal silver usage -- that their negative stance against colloidal silver is incorrect, and needs to be adjusted to a more positive and realistic view for the sake of their readers!
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for www.TheSilverEdge.com...
The popular health web site, WebMD.com, has been a notorious detractor of colloidal silver usage for as long as it’s been in existence.
They rate colloidal silver as being “Likely unsafe for use.”
However, to their credit they do offer a “User Reviews” function on their web site where you can post a short review of any nutritional supplement they’ve discussed, good or bad.
So far, the reader reviews posted by colloidal silver users to the WebMD.com site have been overwhelmingly positive.
In fact, colloidal silver rates a big “five stars” positive review on almost every aspect of the WebMD.com rating system, which includes effectiveness, ease of use and satisfaction.
These extremely positive reviews by WebMD.com readers stand in stark contrast to WebMD’s long-time highly slanted editorial policy of trashing colloidal silver usage.
I think this is wonderful!
In fact, one day, if enough positive reviews of colloidal silver are posted to the WebMD.com web site, it might even goad WebMD.com into reconsidering their long-time anti-silver editorial policy.
So I’m asking you to please go to the WebMD.com “User Reviews” section for colloidal silver at the following link (see below), and post a very positive review, based upon your own best experience with colloidal silver.
The “User Reviews” system is very simple to use, and it should take you less than two minutes to post your review and rate colloidal silver in terms of effectiveness, ease of use and satisfaction.
Posting a positive review of colloidal silver at the above WebMD.com link will serve two very important purposes:
1.) Your positive review of colloidal silver will put WebMD.com on notice that users of colloidal silver are wildly enthusiastic about its benefits (and hopefully this will encourage WebMD.com to change their editorial stance on colloidal silver to a more positive one).
2.) Since literally millions of people each year visit the WebMD.com web site looking for effective solutions to their most pressing health and medical problems, your positive review of colloidal silver will help other people who may be unfamiliar with colloidal silver usage gain a good first impression of the supplement, and perhaps include colloidal silver in the list of natural health options they intend to pursue!
Educating people about the many positive healing benefits of colloidal silver has become my life’s work. You’ve likely read the story of how colloidal silver saved my wife’s toe from amputation, when we were first married some 17 years ago.
Colloidal silver was also a key nutritional supplement in helping me overcome an extremely debilitating form of Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome, and in keeping it at bay these past 17 years.
So I do all I can to help counteract the negative publicity Big Pharma and their media lackeys are constantly circulating against colloidal silver.
And I’m hoping you’ll join me in doing the same, simply by going to the WebMD.com “User Reviews” link for colloidal silver, and posting a positive review of colloidal silver.
Thanking you in advance, I remain…
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
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