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2018 - Resources to help you get organised in your veterinary practice

Posted in Operations @ Feb 8th 2018 - By Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
2018 Resources To Help You Get Organised In Your Veterinary Practice

Updated and improved resources to help you get your social media and blogging planning off to a great start in 2018.

1. 2018 Blank Monthly Calendar (pdf)

Everyone needs a month-by-month calendar to help keep track of important dates and plan ahead and it can be difficult to find one that suits your needs

This 12  month calendar includes:

  • One month per page
  • Monday to Sunday layout
  • Space for notes on each month

....and a range of gorgeous animal images.

Click here to visit the 'Management Resources' Page on the Vetanswers website to download 

2. Blank Social Media Posting Calendar - January to December 2018 (excel)

Social media is an essential tool in your marketing kit but can be a disaster if not done well.

Take control of ALL the social media posts for your veterinary business with this easy to use excel document which:

  • Includes suggested topics to focus on for each month
  • Allows you to plan and coordinate your posts across all social media channels to ensure a consistent message to your clients

Click here to visit the 'Social Media Resources' Page on the Vetanswers website to download.

3. Blank Blog Post Planning Calendar - January to December 2018 (excel)

If you don't share your knowledge with your veterinary clients you can't blame them for turning to Dr Google!

Publishing the right information at the right time can be an essential part of your relationship with existing and potential clients and is a great way to add value.

The 2018 Blank Blog Post Planning Calendar Includes:

  • Suggested topics for content for each month
  • Over 40 possible blog topics to help get you started
  • Tips for writing the all-important blog post title

The Calendar allows you to plan out what is to be written, content, author, target audience, keywords and your offer or 'call to action' - all essential blog post components.

Click here to visit the 'Social Media Resources' page on the Vetanswers website to download.

What other resources would help you save time and be better organised? Share your ideas in the comments section below and we'll do our best to provide them.

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