An act of referring someone or something for consultation, review, or further action
The directing of a patient to a medical specialist by a primary care physician
A person whose case has been referred to a specialist doctor or a professional body
a person whose case has been referred to a specialist or professional group; "the patient is a referral from Dr. Bones"
the act of referring (as forwarding an applicant for employment or referring a matter to an appropriate agency)
Referral marketing is a method of promoting products or services to new customers through referrals, usually word of mouth. Such referrals often happen spontaneously but businesses can influence this through appropriate strategies.
In medicine, referral is the transfer of care for a patient from one clinician to another.
The act or process of transferring someone or something to another, of sending by reference, or referring; A document used by schools detailing some form of a student's misbehavior and listing the actions taken before and after the student's receipt of the referral
(Referrals) Visitors that arrive at your site via links from third-party pages. Site referrals can be increased by the process of link building.
(Referrals) A referral occurs when any hyperlink is clicked that takes a user to a new page of file in any website - the originating site is the referrer. ...
Referrals are the websites from where your visitors come, especially the search engines and directories. Referrals help you find out the links to your website and the path from which you are getting maximum traffic.
(Referrals) The technical name for what the affiliate gets paid for.  The referral, or Referral link, is the link from the affiliate that points the customer to the merchant site.
(4.2. Referrals) If a user elects to use our referral service for informing someone else about Click Phone LLC, we ask them for the third party’s name and email address. Click Phone LLC will automatically send such third party a one-time email inviting them to visit the Web Site. ...
(REFERRALS) When clients will recommend a headhunting firm to another company, and that company will subsequently commissions a search firm to undertake an assignment; a form of passive business development closely associated with firms who enjoy a large degree of repeat business. ...
(Referrals) If your referal members not acitve first days .Their Membership charge (0.01)will deduct from the Upline account
(Referrals) Obtaining additional profile information about other possible prospects.
(Referrals) The number of times a given site referred traffic to the URL being tracked with Site Analytics.
(Referrals) This report is a listing of all Doctors, Attorneys or Case Managers and pertinent information for each.
(Referrals) This statistic shows how people are getting to your website. This is a helpful tool to see what online resources, such as directories and search engines, are sending you traffic. ...
(Referrals) Usually used in conveyancing to describe conveyancing clients or conveyancing matters referred to a solicitors firm in exchange for a financial payment or referral fee. ...
(Referrals) We make no guarantee as to quantity or quality of the products or services visitors will receive through items/services listed on The Pet Sitter Store.
(Referrals) We truly appreciate the generous word-of-mouth references of our satisifeid clients to their colleagues, family, friends or acquaintances. Clients whose referrals results n a secured contract with a new client will receive a 20% discount off their next invoice.
(Referrals) When users click on a link that takes them to any page or file on another web site; when a web user arrives at a site by clicking on a link at another site.
(Referrals) refers to documents which require VGPB approval for tenders and contract variations processes and strategic procurement plans, and noting for Non-compliance with VGPB policies.
(Referrals) related to Web metrics – A referral is a Web page that contains a link to one of your pages that was used by a visitor to get to your site.
approval needed for medical care beyond that offered by a primary care physician or hospital. For example, HMO plans typically require referrals from a primary care physician to see specialists.
A direction from your doctor to receive care from a different provider or facility.