Google Awards GoodTherapy.org with PageRank 7!

The GoodTherapy.org Team is thrilled to announce that on April 3, 2010 Google promoted GoodTherapy.org to PageRank (PR) Level 7. This new level is awarded on the basis of a number of things, notably: the quality of content presented and the number of websites that link back to us. GoodTherapy.org’s increased PR means increased rankings for all GT web pages, results the GT team have already seen. GoodTherapy.org is now ranked in the top few positions in Google for nearly every location we aim to rank for. This development makes GT information about psychotherapy more visible to the general public and brings GT closer to achieving its goal of promoting collaborative and non-pathological forms of psychotherapy; all in an effort to reduce harm and to bring more “health” into the field of mental health. Thanks to you, and all our members, for your support and encouragement. Click here to see how we compare to other directories.

© Copyright 2010 by By Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC, therapist in Olympia, Washington. All Rights Reserved. Permission to publish granted to GoodTherapy.org.

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  • Stacy W.

    Stacy W.

    June 15th, 2010 at 9:55 AM

    Congratulations Goodtherapy.org! Great to see Google recognizing your efforts :)

  • BizMan

    BizMan

    June 15th, 2010 at 10:08 AM

    PR 7 is a big achievement for such a young company

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