pharmacychecker

03 Feb: Which online pharmacy ads can you trust?

Computerworld posted an interesting story today on how fly-by-night advertising companies are working with spammers to place text-link ads (like the Google AdWords ads you see on the right-hand side of the page when you run a Google search) on the Web sites of bloggers. One reason these companies are working to get their ads placed directly on bloggers’ sites is that, in many cases, Google won’t accept them because they don’t meet its standards. It doesn’t surprise me that some of the advertisers referenced in the Computerworld piece were online pharmacies. You see, Google has strict guidelines for the advertising it will accept from online pharmacies. As the company’s advertising policy states: Google AdWords requires all online pharmacy advertisers…

14 Nov: Free Report: “Safe Strategies for Drug Savings”

PharmacyChecker.com is the leading verification authority for online pharmacies in the United States and Canada. Google requires all pharmacies in its ad network to receive PharmacyChecker verification, and eDrugSearch.com requires all member pharmacies to have PharmacyChecker verification as well. PharmacyChecker has just produced a free five-page pdf report called “Safe Strategies for Drug Savings.” It offers the following five strategies: Check brand name prices at Canadian and non-U.S. online pharmacies. Check brand name prices at U.S. online and wholesale pharmacies. Check discount generic programs at large retailers and pharmacies. Check wholesale pharmacy prices on generics. Check programs based on need or fees. By doing your homework, PharmacyChecker concludes, you can save more than 70 percent on brand name drugs and…