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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]David Viniker MD FRCOG is a retired medical consultant who now undertakes website design and search engine optimisation. He has 30 years experience with computer applications for medical education. He has applied the medical principles of evidence based practice to SEO.David Viniker
David has published compelling and easily verifiable evidence that

  • HomePage PageRank is the top factor in the Google positioning algorithm
  • Google provides a boosting adjustment to HomePages that are competing for a keyword.

He has developed a new, essential keyword tool – KeywordSEOPro.com based on his research. His website firstwebsitedesign.com provides valuable information for beginners and intermediates in website design and search engine optimization. He has a particular interest in internet marketing and increasing sales.

He has been interested in the application of computing in education of medical students and patients. David was instrumental in determining which software packages should be used for his hospital’s patient administration system, operating theatre module and maternity unit.
David Viniker was born and spent his developmental years in Luton Bedforshire.

Computing and Websites.

In 1983, on submitting his MD, David took on an interest in computing and particularly its applications for health care students and patient education. He was part of the group at Leicester thinking about components for the pregnancy unit. At Whipps Cross, he was the major consultant for the team presenting the Patient Administration System; the Consultant representative for the team presenting the component for the theater. As a result of his expertise, he stood for the experts in Essex and some parts of London for the intro of a maternity module.

There was documented evidence from the 1960s that people’ recall of info devolved them at assessment was poor. He set about creating a series of explanatory brochures that were consistently upgraded and used by his consultant coworkers.

In 1999, he set about creating a website based on his leaflets– www.2womenshealth.com. The website became a leading source of online details for people, doctors and students with more than 2million visitors annually. As an author, he looked into how websites arrive page of Google. It emerged that the authority of the web page and web site were paramount. These authorities are most effectively represented by PageRank discussed in another of his websites. He has created a key words problem strategy that easily readily available. An automatic program utilizing this strategy, KeywordSEOPRO, is accessible on registration.

On retirement from medicine, David has actually taken up Internet advertising and internet marketing for clients around his area in Loughton Essex.

General Education and Medical Profession.

David attended Stopsley Junior School and went on to Luton Grammar School. Complying with the move to London, he transmitted to Hackney Downs School. His life-long ambition had been to come to be a doctor.

David certified from University College Hospital, London. He has held postgrad exercise articles at The Royal Postgraduate Teaching Hospital, Hammersmith, The Royal London Hospital, University College Hospital, and The Leicester Royal Infirmary. He became Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with unique passions in reproductive endocrinology and infertility and Honorary Senior Lecturer in the University of London. He relinquished medicine in 2012.

His very early research interests focused on perinatal cerebral feature monitoring, and this finished in an MD from the University of London and the reputable Blair-Bell Memorial Lecture at The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

David introduced the hypothesis that sub-clinical bacteria might supply a plausible description for many obstetric and gynaecological enigmas including unusual infertility, repeated losing the unborn baby, dysfunctional uterine bleeding and blood pressure problems (preeclampsia) associated with maternity. Others have a lot more just recently involved a similar conclusion about preeclampsia. There might be a partnership in between losing the unborn baby and subsequent obstetric issues. This is probably one of the most distressful situations imaginable.

His publications include “Frequently Asked Questions On Women’s Health” and “Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine” which he co-edited. Although primarily a clinical obstetrician and gynaecologist, he enjoyed undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research.

David Viniker qualified from University College Hospital, London. He has held postgraduate training posts at The Royal Postgraduate Teaching Hospital, Hammersmith, The Royal London Hospital and University College Hospital. He is currently Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with special interests in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

He received his doctorate (MD) from the University of London in 1983 and was awarded the prestigious  Blair-Bell Memorial Lecture (1984) The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaeologists in 1984. He has written many scientific papers and chapters in medical books.

David speaking at the Royal Society of Medicine at the launch of his book (Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine) which he co-edited.


He now enjoys writing articles on a wide variety of subjects including his hobbies, and places he visits on days out around London. He has developed a particular interest with legal matters and advsises on SEO matters for BowmanLitigation – a family lawyer in North London, , WhichSolicitor – a broker who will find the most appropriate solicitors in London, a solicitor who deals with Probate in Plymouth, and an employment law solicitor in London. He looks after the CloveClub website which is for those who attended his old grammar school – Hackney Downs School and the Doctors Support Group who assist doctors facing inappropriate disciplinary actions and NCAS investigations.

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Publications by David Viniker

Included in his published articles are:

Google Optimization: Strategies for Small and Medium Businesses. David Viniker PR Measurement – Proving the Performance of PR Strategies. Pp 112-118 http://www.prnewsonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/MeasurementGB-Vol7-Marketing-Package.pdf

The Importance of Keyword Difficulty Screening for SEO David Viniker. Digital PR Guidebook Volume .5. Pp160-165   (2013) http://www.prnewsonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/PR_Digital_GB_VOL5_Sample-FINAL-040913.pdf

Things-You-Should-Know-About-The-Page-Title-Tag-for-SEO 1 of 30 articles relating to Search Engine Optimisation.

Role of Audit and Computers in an ovulation Programme. Viniker DA in Practical Guide ot Ovulation Induction P235-265,  Eds Sathanandan SM and Jacobs HS. Imperial College Press 2002

Computer applications in reproductive medicine. Viniker DA in Practical Guide to Reproductive Medicine P497-515 Eds Rainsbury PA and Viniker DA Parthenon Publishing Group 1997

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