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Overcome social media pitfalls

March 30, 2011

There is a pronounced difference between posting on your personal Facebook page and that of your clinic.

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Make a coloring book page to promote your veterinary practice

March 1, 2011

Go ahead and color outside the lines.

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Should I friend questionable people on my veterinary practice's Facebook page?

March 1, 2011

How can team members filter the friends on their practice's Facebook page to ensure nothing questionable is associated with the professional page?

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Q&A: Convert a Facebook-fearing practice owner

February 1, 2011

I'd like to increase our practice's social networking efforts but the practice owner dismisses it as a waste of time. How can I get her on board?

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Social media: You're doing it, but are you managing it?

January 20, 2011

Use these four tips to say on top of social media for your veterinary practice.

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Q&A: YouTube? You bet!

January 1, 2011

Our practice has Facebook and Twitter profiles, but we're looking for additional marketing opportunities. What should we try next?

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Mobile apps: The future of social media

October 11, 2010

Geographic-specific apps mean the future is now for your veterinary practice

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Put your veterinary practice on YouTube. Here's why—and how

August 20, 2010

Using videos as a social media tool helps you create more emotional connections with clients.

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Want Facebook success? Use data to know your fans

August 20, 2010

Analyzing the demographics of your veterinary practice's Facebook fans ensures you're talking about what they want to hear.

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