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Designing a Website to Support Your Veterinary Business
So you have a website, but it isn't helping your Veterinary business very much. Having a website which actively supports your business objectives is more than a pretty design, flashing videos, and pictures of pets, services and products.... . . .
Unmet Client Needs in Veterinary Service
Veterinary clients may leave your practice with unmet needs. If this happens, the quality and value of the practice experience decreases. In order for us to deliver the best service, we can focus on doing what is possible to address ..... . . .
5 ways to make your veterinary practice's door swing
Perhaps fewer clients are beating a path to your door. Maybe the schedule's a little less full or your bottom line looks a little anemic. Small comfort, maybe, but you're not the only one. Although many veterinary practice owners are getting .... . . .
Four Easy Steps to Getting More Customers
The good news and bad news about marketing is that price and results are not necessarily connected. You can pay the same price for poor results as you would for great results. The difference is based on what you put into your marketing before you .... . . .
Break Down the Barriers That Keep Clients From Coming Through The Door
The decline in average annual client visits over the past 10 years is a great concern to both individual practices and the veterinary profession as a whole. It is easy to blame the bad economy and increased competition. But in fact..... . . .
The 5 most difficult veterinary clients
Every practice has them: clients who inspire you to find a task that needs doing in the back or who trigger a frantic game of rock-paper-scissors to determine who has to deal with them. There's no other way to say it, some clients are just.... . . .
Creating a Veterinary Marketing Brochure
A well written practice brochure is a critical practice marketing tool. The unfortunate point here is that most Veterinary practice brochures are rarely anything except 'name', 'rank' and 'serial number' offerings. They are all .... . . .
The 5 Pitfalls of Groupon for Veterinary Practices
I talk to many veterinarians about social media every week. More and more are asking about doing a Groupon deal in order to increase exposure to their practice and hopefully increase sales. For those of you who aren't familiar with Groupon, it is... . . .
24 tips to endear clients to your veterinary practice
All we hear about is the recession, declining client numbers, falling client visits, rising ACTs (average client transactions) pushing clients away and the emergence of frugal and savvy veterinary clients. Yet, some veterinary practices are thriving ..... . . .
The Ten Powerful Musts in Marketing
Whenever I meet a Veterinary Owner or a Vetpreneur the first question I ask is "how does your Marketing measure up"? Their usual response is that their Marketing Sucks! How about yours? If you are like most, Marketing is the last thing that you ...... . . .
Establishing Protocols Paves The Way To Success
Many veterinarians we talk to about this issue of creating standards in their practices are concerned about dictating how to practice medicine to their colleagues. However, the medical protocols are not meant to be a rigid rule to follow. Rather, they...... . . .
How to compete with spay-neuter clinics
Spay and neuter clinics are cheap. They work on the principle of low cost and high volume - kind of like McDonald's. And what pet owners receive there is similar: just the basic burger, no tasty or satisfying extras. You can't compete with these ... . . .
Remember why you're a veterinarian
One day not so long ago, I experienced an interesting phenomenon. Three different people -- three of the dozens of faces I see every day -- came in with their pets for medical treatment, and each one told me how much they were prepared to .... . . .
Are Your Receptionists Losing You Big Bucks?
Every single day, your practice receives phone call after phone call after phone call. And let's be frank -- every single call is an opportunity to help someone, every single call is an opportunity to get a client or potential to come in..... . . .
Telemedicine and Web-cam consultations in a veterinary practice in China
Managing veterinary hospitals overseas is always a challenge and in China I think this is probably doubly true as the veterinary profession is in its infancy and just stretching it's legs. The profession and the pet industry as a whole.... . . .
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