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Keep Your Veterinary Practice Thriving With Customer Reviews

Posted on 14 November 2019
Keep Your Veterinary Practice Thriving With Customer Reviews
Marketing isn't something you can forget about just because you're doing well. Even if you have all the clients you need right now, there are still some marketing strategies you should be doing to make sure you are maximising value from the clients who already know you, trust you, and spend money with you. The good news is that marketing to existing clients is the easiest and most cost effective form of marketing. Here's one of the simplest ways you can make sure your best cli...
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Marketing Maintenance Made Simple

Posted on 8 November 2019
Marketing Maintenance Made Simple
Stay at the top of your game by taking advantage of some simple online marketing strategies like the free Google platform, Google My Business (GMB). Once you've claimed and verified your listing you still need to manage it and keep it up to date so your business remains visible and active. These maintenance tips need only be done once a month and shouldn't take up too much of your valuable time. Perfect for busy veterinarians! 7 steps to manage your own marketing These simple ...
Posted in: Plan  

How to Make Your Phone Work for Your Practice

Posted on 29 October 2019
How to Make Your Phone Work for Your Practice
If you're like 90% of people (according to Forbes), you love watching videos to help you make a buying decision. If you want your vet clinic to stand out, video will help you do it. The great thing is that you don't need a camera crew, expensive gear, professional studio, or even much time. If you have a decent smartphone, a steady hand and decent lighting, you're all set to go. Here's some ideas to get you started with your own vet video channel. Show potential clien...
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Drive Traffic to Your Vet Practice Using These Top Tips

Posted on 15 October 2019
Drive Traffic to Your Vet Practice Using These Top Tips
Having a website is critical but without traffic, no one's going to be visiting it, or your veterinary clinic. So, how do you get traffic? There are many ways to drive traffic to your website, here's our top 5 simple tips to get you started.  Advertise If you want instant traffic, paying for it is the way to go, and often cheaper than you thought. Google and social media platforms such as Facebook have very powerful advertising platforms that can help you target the right a...
Posted in: Attract  

The Power of Online Referrals for your Vet

Posted on 25 September 2019
The Power of Online Referrals for your Vet
If you've used Google to search for a local business or service, you've probably noticed a map with businesses listed underneath. These are Google My Business listings (GMB). They're free (at least for now), and they also display an eye catching star rating which is a very powerful factor as to whether someone decides to phone you or click through to your website. Why are reviews/star ratings so important? A Google star rating is very powerful because not only does it provide...
Posted in: Attract Convert Website  
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Keep Your Veterinary Practice Thriving With Customer Reviews
Marketing isn't something you can forget about just because you're doing well. Even if you have all the cli...
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Marketing Maintenance Made Simple
Stay at the top of your game by taking advantage of some simple online marketing strategies like the free Google pl...
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How to Make Your Phone Work for Your Practice
If you're like 90% of people (according to Forbes), you love watching videos to help you make a buying decision...
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