VetNetwork Blog

Getting Started with SEO

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

Trying to increase visibility for your practice online can be tricky. Most vets don’t even know where to start given the complexity of Search Engine Optimization and all the different aspects that go into optimizing a practice’s website. Here are some ideas for getting started with SEO. Keywords Deciding what keywords your business needs to […]

Google Maps Marketing for Vets

Friday, June 30th, 2017

What is Google Maps Marketing? When we as consumers look for a new place to take our business we generally look to search engines to help. For example, if I wanted to find a new pizza place while on vacation, I could search ‘pizza near me’ and seconds later have a map with a number […]

How Blogging Can Help Your Veterinary Hospital

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

Blogging is an important part of business development and, when used correctly, can really make a veterinary hospital stand apart from its competition.  If your practice writes insightful and helpful articles that engage and draw in pet owners in your area, you can grow your practice with ease. Blogging not only creates new content that […]

Mobile Sites Rule in 2017

Monday, March 27th, 2017

It may be hard to believe, but we’re already a quarter of the way through 2017. At VetNetwork, we’ve been watching marketing trends so we can report back to you, the veterinary hospital owner, on how to keep your practice one step ahead of your competition. So far, there has been one major marketing trend […]

Director of Services Paul Perry Shares His Impact Training Experience

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

What stands in the way of achieving your goals? That’s one of the central questions explored in Impact Training, a four-day immersive and experiential conference designed to help people break through obstacles to gain the results in life they want. My journey with Impact Training started as a participant in February 2007. Through that experience […]

Creating a Strong Domain Name to Help Increase Web Traffic

Friday, October 21st, 2016

There’s no faster way for someone to connect to your veterinary hospital than through your website. Although potential and existing clients may be able to find your site through search engines, the quickest and safest way to get there is having access to a memorable domain name—the web address a visitor types into their web […]

3 Simple Ways to Boost Your Content Marketing

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

You’ve designed great print materials, have a monthly newsletter and update your blog consistently—yet you still hear crickets from your clients. Content marketing can be tricky, especially when your focus is to sell and your audience isn’t paying attention. Why waste time and resources reaching out to pet owners when you can’t connect? The answer […]

Cut Through The Noise: Make Social Media Work For Your Veterinary Hospital

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

When using social media to help market your veterinary practice, you want to do more than talk at your veterinary hospital’s clients. Your practice’s end result should be a healthy conversation that engages potential customers and clients, and demonstrates your hospital’s worth to them and their pets. Don’t get lost in the social media echo […]

Engage Pet Owners on Your Veterinary Facebook Page

Monday, July 18th, 2016

More than 12 years after its launch, Facebook remains the largest social network on the web. With an estimated 1.59 billion active users per month, Facebook is a valuable marketing tool for businesses of all types – including veterinary practices. If you think about it, veterinary practices are well positioned to do well on Facebook. […]

With A Veterinary Blog, You’re The Expert

Monday, June 13th, 2016

When it comes to pet care, you’re the expert. You can gain customers by sharing that knowledge on your veterinary blog. Doctor Google and Your Veterinary Practice The “Doctor Google” phenomenon, where people try to diagnose themselves by typing their symptoms into a search engine, isn’t just applicable to human medicine. It applies to pet […]

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