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Why Marketing Should Be Your Clinic's Top Priority

Posted on 15 October 2020
Why Marketing Should Be Your Clinic's Top Priority
It should be enough to just be able to concentrate on being the best veterinarian you can be in order to get pets through the door. While that still stands true, as the market has become increasingly competitive, it's no longer enough on its own. If you aren't actively engaging with your current audience and telling your story to potential clients, there's ample competition around to lure customers in their direction instead. Prior to coming to your clinic, what a potentia...
Posted in: Attract  

5 Ways You Should Use Social Media to Build Client Relationships

Posted on 24 September 2020
5 Ways You Should Use Social Media to Build Client Relationships
Did you know 91% of people believe that social media can power connections between brands and their consumers? In today's digital age, it almost goes without saying how important social media is in growing your online presence. Social media isn't just about posting content and clinic updates (though, this is important too!). Social media has all the tools to help you foster relationships with your followers and ultimately build better relationships with your clinic clients. He...
Posted in: Keep Social Media  

How to Market Your Clinic Like a Big Brand

Posted on 10 September 2020
How to Market Your Clinic Like a Big Brand
Like any industry, the veterinary industry has a lot of big players in the market that are often hard to compete with, especially if you're a smaller, locally owned clinic. The good news is, there's no reason you can't market your own clinic like a big brand. Bigger isn't always better - when you're a smaller to medium sized business you have the ability to focus on the finer details, adding value to your local community, particularly in ways that the big brands can&...
Posted in: Attract  

Create an "about" page that generates leads

Posted on 27 August 2020
Create an "about" page that generates leads
Your "about" or "about us" page is one of the most important pages on your clinic's website. This is the first opportunity you have to introduce yourself to potential clients and it's often one of the first places visitors to your website will go. While it might seem as though it's too simple of a page to make an impact, "about" pages create the trust that helps generate leads. Your about section plays a pivotal role in convincing the follow thr...
Posted in: Content Convert  

How To Make A Veterinary Clinic Social Media Plan

Posted on 13 August 2020
How To Make A Veterinary Clinic Social Media Plan
Did you know over 60% of the entire Australian population uses Facebook? Or that 1 in 3 Australians frequent Instagram? This data alone doesn't match the breadth and scale of social media - there's no denying it's one of the most valuable digital marketing tools available. Whether you're active on social media in your personal life or not, we understand it can be overwhelming to get started when using it as a marketing tool. Maybe you're wondering whether you need a pl...
Posted in: Content  
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avatar Why Marketing Should Be Your Clinic's Top Priority
It should be enough to just be able to concentrate on being the best veterinarian you can be in order to get pets t...
avatar 5 Ways You Should Use Social Media to Build Client Relationships
Did you know 91% of people believe that social media can power connections between brands and their consumers? In...
avatar How to Market Your Clinic Like a Big Brand
Like any industry, the veterinary industry has a lot of big players in the market that are often hard to compete wi...
Thanks team - we love working with you. A few years ago you came to our rescue and have been very proactive in guiding us ever since, doing exactly what is needed and delivering consistently great work. Because you cover it all we consider you an extension of our business.

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