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Published on August 4th, 2014 | by Vet Pets


Three Reasons that Veterinary Websites Need an Active Blog

Phil radakovich

Veterinary clinic websites are essential for marketing your clinic. These days pretty much everything revolves around the internet, and using it to find a vet is no exception. If you already have a site and are looking to improve it, consider these three reasons to have an active blog.

A blog will help you gain customers
Veterinary websites should always have a blog because they are effective for bringing new customers into your clinic. Over half — 57% — of businesses who have a blog have acquired a new customer because of their blog.

Interact with customers
Having a blog is a good way to connect with clients and customers on a personal level. One of the best ways to do this is to engage with them in the comments section. Quality blog content will encourage discussion, which gives you the opportunity to ask and answer questions one on one with your audience. You can use your blog to discuss recent news or important happenings in the vet world.

Set your clinic apart
There are plenty of veterinary websites out there, but having a blog is a good way to set your clinic apart. One of the best things you can do is to accurately present your brand of service and care and how it differs from your competitors, and you can do this on your blog. Have a new product or service? Blog about it to inform your clients or customers.

Blogging is one of the best ways to add new content to your website and interact with clients or potential clients. Whether you use it to comment on the news, talk about something new and unique that you are doing, or just to talk about what you love doing, a blog is a good outlet for those things and is one of the best ways to attract new business. More like this blog.

About the Author

Everyone has to struggle with dragging their pet into the vets’ office! I have had my dog for over ten years and it has not become an easier process to get him to go into see the vet. My dog prefers to stay as far away from a vets office as possible, which seems to be the case for many children and even adults when it comes to seeing their doctor (even if it is for an annual check-up). I was inspired by pet websites and magazines, which is why I founded this blog! I’m Veronica Petersen, a pet lover, owner and enthusiast. My blog shares my favorite tips and tricks that will help you when you are taking care of your dog, cat, bird, etc. You deserve to be a well-educated and a happy pet owner, so my blog hopes to help you on your journey! I’ll provide you with wicked information for when you are with your pet at home, in vet offices, or even in pet stores.

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