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The Dangers of Veterinarian Website Creativity

Posted on 12-30-2010

In all walks of life, we relish the chance to let our creative powers flow. Whether we're in school or in business, our work becomes more fun when we can add our own spin and ideas to how things w...

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Veterinarian Website Link Variety

Posted on 12-29-2010

Yesterday we discussed how you can build links for yourself in forums for your veterinarian website. Today I want to talk about "anchor text," which is the word or phrase that someone cl...

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Marketing Your Veterinarian Website in Forums

Posted on 12-28-2010

When promoting your veterinarian website, it's easy to fall into the temptation of posting your URL in every possible location. One might assume forums are the easiest place to do this, but you do...

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Networking Tip #7: Using Email to Follow Up

Posted on 12-27-2010

Today we're going to talk more about using email to follow up with new contacts and direct them to your veterinary website. This applies to a number of potential contacts, such as a publication ow...

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Networking Tip #6: Mastering the Follow-Up

Posted on 12-22-2010

In the last five posts, we've gone over setting up your business cards and making the initial contacts. This has all set the stage to lead your new acquaintance to your veterinary website.However,...

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