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Getting Your Veterinary Hospital Website On Top Of Google

Monday, December 7th, 2009

Your veterinary hospital website needs to be listed high on Google – Part 1 Your veterinary hospital website needs to be listed high on Google and other search engines. No matter how good your veterinary hospital website is, if it’s not optimized for Google and other search engines, you may never be found. Search engine […]

Using Your Veterinary Hospital Domain Name

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Your veterinary hospital has purchased and registered a good domain name. Aside from being told that you need to do this, do you know why you have registered a domain name? Below are several reasons why your domain name is important and why you need an excellent one. This is the final article in our […]

Your Unique Veterinary Hospital Domain Name And Veterinary Hospital Website

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

Does your veterinary hospital have a unique, personal domain name or is it included as part of another company’s domain name? How are visitors going to find you if you don’t have your own unique domain name or website address? A website that is included as part of another company’s web address is called a […]

Choosing A Domain Name For Your Veterinary Hospital Website

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Choosing a Domain Name for your Veterinary Hospital Website is the second article in this 3-part series of articles about Veterinary Hospital Domain Names. The previous article was on Purchasing a Domain Name for your Veterinary Hospital Website. The final article on Using your Veterinary Hospital Domain Name is going to appear in a few […]

Purchasing A Domain Name For Your Veterinary Hospital Website

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

VetNetwork is presenting a three-part series about veterinary hospital domain names (also called website address and URL). The first part of the series is on purchasing your veterinary hospital domain name. The second part of the series is about choosing the right domain name for your veterinary hospital website and the third part of the series […]

Writing Good Articles For Your Veterinary Hospital’s Blog

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Writing interesting articles for the internet, and especially for your veterinary hospital’s blog, is not only free advertising, it also builds your credibility, spreads the word about your hospital’s services and establishes you as the expert in the veterinary and pet-related fields. Providing that your blog is incorporated into your veterinary hospital’s website, the articles […]

How To Communicate With Your Tech-Savvy Clients And Become Their Online Expert

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

If you want to communicate with your young, tech-savvy pet owners, it is important to establish your internet presence and become known as an expert in your field. As a veterinarian, you already have a distinct advantage over everyone else competing for this position. Compared with dog and cat breeders, novices, groomers and pet owners, […]

Social Network Site Tagged.com Sued For Harvesting Emails

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Back in June, our post on exercising caution on social networking sites included information about Tagged.com, a social networking site that harvested email addresses from users’ email address books and automatically sent out unsolicited emails to those addresses. Now, Tagged.com is the target of two lawsuits, both in connection to the site’s alleged email-harvesting practice. […]

Upgrade Your Web Browser For Better Internet Use

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

The way you view the internet depends greatly not just on which web browser you use, but the version of the web browser installed on your computer. As time goes by, software installed on your computer changes and upgrades are necessary, especially for web browsers – new features are added, bugs are fixed and holes […]

Use Your Veterinary Website To Promote Community Outreach

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

As economic woes continue, more and more pet owners may turn to low-cost veterinary clinics for services for their pets. If your veterinary hospital sponsors low-cost spay/neuter clinics or works with a local animal rescue group or humane society, you may have already noticed an increase in the numbers of people and pets who are attending. […]

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