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Has Dr. Mercola taken the commercial highway

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posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 04:56 AM
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Has Dr. Mercola taken the commercial highway...


As a subscriber to his news letter for close to 3 years, i've noticed that the more news letter are more about his (Dr. Mercola) 's sell on the web medicine instead on focusing on his subscribers.

Recently, received newsletters about on how chlorine in our daily showers harms as all. Clicked on my e-mail link only to notice that it was a "product" that Dr. Mercola was promoting... Most of the news recently received, 99% of what was linked had to do with something, "Dr. Mercola" sells on his web site.

Witnessing this decent into commercialism, I really tried to get off his mailing list with no success.


So my first question is, how many do you feel that Dr. Mercola has taken the high road to commercialism.

The second question is, how can one be rid of his mailing list!

Have spent more than 2 hours searching on his web site on how I can subscribe to his commercial news letters with no luck.

Calling to believer and non believer of Dr. Mercola.

Those who believe, does he still have a shred of integrity.

To those who do not believe... please give me a link so I can unsubscribe

A perplexed miss_silver




posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 05:24 AM
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Wasn't this the guy who said he was going to help Dr. Phil grow a full head of hair?




People will believe anything.



posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 05:24 AM
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Wasn't this the guy who said he was going to help Dr. Phil grow a full head of hair?




People will believe anything.



posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 08:12 AM
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Yeah, I noticed this last year and stopped visiting his website. He's sold out and is obviously more worried about making money that he is on spreading the truth about health.

People are noticing. What really caught my eye was that he never promoted other health and nutrition blogs. The only time he would advocate anyone else's advice was if he could bundle it up into a package that he would charge for. Ridiculous!

-Dev



posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 08:53 AM
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Sadly I quit visiting the site as well, even though I still get the emails. I just delete them as they come in unless the subject really catches my eye. I learned quite a lot from his site and the info on natural remedies, etc., but as of late it does seem that he is more interested in pitching his sales for the safe cookware package than anything else.

I stumbled across his site about 4-5 years ago which was the jumping off point for me to opening my eyes about what is REALLY going on in the world. Kudos to the "back in the day" Dr. Mercola!! COME BACK TO US!



posted on Jun, 13 2009 @ 08:06 AM
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Strange looking at the number of advertisements from eTrade to Dating sites here, perhaps Dr. Mercola should make income by plastering his site full of 3rd party ads?

There's more content than ever on the site, yes he has more products now but that's also progression for a business.

He still to date has the best article regarding the truth about the Swine Flu, the article has pulled over 1 Million pageviews alone

articles.mercola.com...

All businesses are under pressure to generate more revenue, I'd rather he sells products he believes in than fill his site full of shady google ads and bogus dating sites.



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