You're posting on your Facebook page in between appointments. You're trying to remember where the heck you stored that Google password so you can respond to the latest review. You've shelled out the cash for a website and marketing company to help, but your clinic's voice isn't being heard, and clients aren't knocking down your door. Trying to manage a veterinary practice's social media and online reputation is no longer a simple or "fun" task that can be delegated to the youngest team member, or managed a day or two a month. In today's digital world, your clients are finding pet health info from non-veterinary evangelists, prescriptions and pet food from online pharmacies, and the best deal on a vaccine package from your competitor's Facebook ad. It's time to take matters into your own hands.
I know EXACTLY how hard it can be to try to get everything set up, maintained, and monitored while simultaneously trying to do the 3,867 other things most veterinary professionals do in a an average clinic day. That's why I created these courses.
Veterinary Social Media 101 and Veterinary Social Media 201 are not just another lecture or webinar. They are a semester-long experience, where you'll have the perfect mix of lessons, actionable steps to implement, one-on-one coaching, and lifelong access to a private Facebook community of your peers.
Did I mention that they're also RACE CE approved? Check the links here for more info!