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Do you know how many broken links are on your veterinary practice website?

How Many Broken Links Are On Your Veterinary Practice Website 2
Posted in Web Sites at 26 April, 2018

Broken links what&s the problem with them anyway? Well apart from not looking very professional when a client clicks on them, they also don't do great things for your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). I also think of them as housekeeping for your website...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Showing off Your Veterinary Practice's Best Assets... Your 'About Us' Page

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Posted in Web Sites at 10 April, 2016

When it comes to your website, how well are you showing off the best asset in your veterinary practice? What is your best asset? It's not the lovely building, or the fabulous new equipment, nor is it the fresh paint job ........

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Your Veterinary Blog - The Engine Behind Your Online Presence

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Posted in Web Sites at 16 October, 2015

Blogs play an important role in developing and cementing a business's online presence and veterinary practices are no exception. Yet understandably many practice owners and veterinary professionals still haven't embraced this concept...

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5 Comments   Posted by Dr Michael Warren, DVMelite
 

Dear Diary... I really need to upgrade my website

Dear Diary I Need A New Website
Posted in Web Sites at 15 October, 2015

Getting my website built was stressful..will upgrading it be just as bad? Well it's started .. I've decided it's time to upgrade and improve the Vetanswers website and thought it might be an interesting exercise to share the process with you....

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

The story of the underwhelming veterinary practice websites.

Your Veterinary Clients Are Looking At You Online 2
Posted in Web Sites at 26 March, 2015

Pretend you're a client, now look at your veterinary practice website what do you see? This week I had reason to do some research on some Australian veterinary practice websites. Ohhhhhhh How shall I put this? Let's just say I was ...underwhelmed!...

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3 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Answers to your top 3 questions about blogging for your veterinary practice

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Posted in Web Sites at 08 August, 2013

During the week I received a comment on a blog post which I thought asked some good questions that may also be in the minds of others in our community so I decided to turn the question and my response into a blog post......

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

The importance of key words & blogging to the SEO of your veterinary website

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Posted in Web Sites at 02 May, 2013

How much attention do you pay to SEO on your veterinary practice website? Is it something you think about at all? Search engine optimization is an area that I'm definitely no expert in and often find confusing but I've just watched a brief video with som...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Selling Online - Is it for Your Veterinary Business?

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Posted in Web Sites at 30 October, 2012

Let's face it; the idea of having an online store as part of your veterinary practice website is great! There are plenty of potential benefits from taking your sales online; more sales, exposure to a wider customer base, convenience of being available 24...

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2 Comments   Posted by Craig Stewart, DK Media
 

Talking with Web Designers – What Language do they Really Speak?

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Posted in Web Sites at 23 October, 2012

By now you probably already know that having a website for your veterinary practice is an absolute must if you are to continue to realize success in our modern industry. Yet taking that first step in actually developing your veterinary website can be a...

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Posted by Dr Michael Warren, DVMelite
 

Adding a Video Tour of Your Veterinary Practice to Your Website (or...show us what you've got!)

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Posted in Web Sites at 09 October, 2012

"There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness." Frank Capra. The radio studio was dimly lit, the walls looked grainy and the dials in front of me were blazing, with the patch network command for the live sports commentary...

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2 Comments   Posted by Andrew Burden, InkSpot Media
 

6 Top Tips for Making the Most of Your Veterinary Practice Home Page

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Posted in Web Sites at 25 September, 2012

Last time I spoke about whether you should do your veterinary practice website yourself, or if you should call in the experts, oh and wine, I spoke about wine a fair bit too! In this blog it doesn't matter whether you've decided to go down the DIY route,...

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2 Comments   Posted by Ali Burden-Blake
 

Your Veterinary Practice Brand - The Unspoken Promise to your Clients

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Posted in Web Sites at 18 September, 2012

Before you rush out and make an appointment with an awesome website developer, there is one very important thing you need to think about first... your BRAND! Your brand is not your logo. It is not the services and products that you offer, nor is it your...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

Your Practice Website: DIY or call in an expert? That depends on how much you like wine!

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Posted in Web Sites at 09 September, 2012

I think it's fairly obvious that the internet is well and truly here to stay. Well I hope so 'cause I get cold sweats having to go for just a day or two without access, the thought of no longer being able to connect with my friends and family...

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Posted by Ali Burden-Blake from Ali B's Vet Marketing School
 

Top 5 Client Requirements From Their Veterinary Practice's Website

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Posted in Web Sites at 01 September, 2012

While the topic of what a client may need from a veterinary practice website seems like it has the potential to turn into an open-ended question, I have found that there are 5 core items that good vet websites have which makes them stand out...

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Posted by Craig Stewart DKMedia
 

Tasty Tips for Newbie Bloggers in the Veterinary Industry

Posted in Web Sites at 24 July, 2012

What's stopping you from writing a blog - for your own website or to publish with Vetanswers? Read on for some top tips for newbies on how to write a blog - now there's no excuse!...

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3 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Veterinary Practice Web Sites with Wow - One step at a Time

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Posted in Web Sites at 10 July, 2012

When one of the biggest issues within the industry is profitability (or lack thereof) and the concern that clients often perceive their visits to the vet are too expensive, shouldn't a great website be an important part of the services offered to clients?...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

Is it time to have a good, hard look at yourself?

Posted in Web Sites at 19 June, 2012

I've spent a bit of time over the last few weeks looking at veterinary business web sites and I have a message for many ...."Your website....well....SUCKS!" Sorry if I'm being blunt but honestly there are some real shockers out there - is yours one of the...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

6 Must Haves for Your Veterinary Practice Website

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Posted in Web Sites at 25 July, 2011

Most of you probably have a website for your practice or business, (if you haven't - then you need to get one!) but it doesn't hurt every now and then to step back and take an objective look at it. Your website should be giving your current clients and po...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie introducing an article by Lisa Barone for Small Business Trends
 

You know you need a website but how much do you actually know about them?

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Posted in Web Sites at 08 July, 2011

As I've recently discovered there is a HUGE amount of information you need to know when you decide you need a website for your veterinary practice! Especially if, like me, you're not exactly technically minded, or you don't have much experience!...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie
 

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