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Try a Featured Membership Three Months for the Price of One for New Members! Featured Membership gets you our complete package of membership benefits. 

For starters, your membership places you in the most used mediator directory in the world!  There are substantial SEO benefits for you being in the Directory. For most members, you will find that your directory listing will become your top result at Google for searches on “mediation” or “mediator” and your name.

Further, your mediation practice will be Featured on both the Home Page and on every other content page at for every visitor within 25 miles of you!  Featured Membership includes all Premium Member benefits plus your featured display for everyone within a 25-mile radius of the postal code(s) of your choice.

Here is an example of the “geography” (25 mile radius / 50 mile diameter) of a Featured Listing:

If desired, you can also expand your Featured geography by adding additional zip code center points. Here is an example:

There is no better way to market your mediation services than a Featured Membership.  Give us a try! Try a Featured Membership at for only $69 for 3 months!  


Jim Melamed

Jim Melamed co-founded in 1996 along with John Helie and served as CEO of through June 2020 (25 years).  Jim is currently Board Chair and General Counsel for Resourceful Internet Solutions, Inc. (RIS), home to,, and other leading dispute resolution sites. During Jim's 25-year tenure,… MORE

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