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The Top 10 Vetanswers Blog Posts for October

Posted in Our Community @ Nov 5th 2015 - By Judy Gillespie & assorted authors
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The results are in! Which of the Vetanswers blog posts were the most popular last month?

Here is the list of the Top 10 most popular blog posts during October 2015

The most popular blog post was viewed 2310 times  and combined, all 10 blog posts were viewed:

5,702 times!

So in case you missed them the first time around, here they all are....

1. How to write your veterinary business mission statement

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: Sept 2011

A mission statement is a key tool that can be as important as your business plan. It captures, in a few succinct sentences, the essence of your business' goals and the philosophies underlying them.


 2. Vet builds solid gold house on kickbacks from pet food sales! 

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: March 2013

Ok – I made that one up!  But I didn’t make up these other ridiculous stories I see posted on Facebook


3. Explain your veterinary practice pricing....or just having a whinge?

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: May 2013

Do you believe that if clients had a better understanding of what it takes to keep your practice operating they might be less likely to resist when faced with their next bill?


4. How Will You Spoil Your Veterinary Nurses On Vet Nurse Day 2015?

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published September 2015

We all know how essential Vet Nurses are to your business and to the veterinary industry in general. And we all know what an awesome bunch of people they are!~~~~~~

5. Managing the effects of change on your veterinary team

Author: Sue Crampton - CCG/Provet, Published: October 2015

Change is an inevitable fact of life, both personally and professionally. It can however, cause people to become uneasy or stressed, particularly when the change is sudden or unexpected.


6. Veterinary Practice Pricing: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Author: Jon Manning - Pricing Prophets, Published: April 2013

What's the best way to successfully communicate price changes to your veterinary clients?


7. Take control of the social media posts for your veterinary practice

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: Jan 2014

Are you making the best use of social media for your veterinary practice? This post has links to two resources that will help you gain control. 


8. Dental quotes & Images to share with your veterinary clients during FatD

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: August 2015

Often you'll catch your client's attention with an image rather than just words. Sometimes you need a big pair of brown (or blue or green) eyes looking at you to help a message to sink in.  In this case it's all about the importance of dental health in pets.  


9. Reality is meaningless. Perception is everything to your veterinary clients.

Author: Judy Gillespie - Vetanswers, Published: February 2014

So why do some people believe veterinary services are over priced? 


10. Proposed changes to the Veterinary Nursing Qualifications - how will it affect you?

Author: Harrie Phillips, Veterinary Nurse Solutions, Publsihed October 2015

There are however some proposed changes that, in my opinion can dramatically affect both students and veterinary clinics in relation to student vet nurses. Unless you are savvy to the whole training package review process, you are unlikely to hear about these changes until it's too late.

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