“COVID-19 communication” Tagged Posts

Image: The Road to Reopening: How to Communicate Protocol Changes to Your Clients
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Veterinary Marketing Planning for 2021 – The Road to Recovery

November 12, 2020

By Linda Kaplan, MHA, President This time of year is when we often take a moment to breathe with our clients and carve out strategies and tactics for the coming year. This year, we’re in a bit of an abyss due to the changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the veterinary... Read More

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This Won’t Be Popular, But…

November 12, 2020

By Robin Brogdon, MA, CEO Several years ago, I wrote an article for Marketecture Digest on my experience visiting five different specialty practices for my dog Maddie and spending $5000. I wanted everyone to understand the experience from a pet owner’s perspective. And because I have... Read More

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A Kinder, Gentler Campaign

October 6, 2020

Over the past few months, we have seen an increase in negative behavior displayed by some pet owners at veterinary clinics. This has included a lack of support for curbside service, impatience, and sometimes just being flat out rude to the point of teams feeling threatened – in... Read More

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How to Handle the Influx of Negative Reviews

June 10, 2020

Everyone seems stressed out these days since COVID-19 has made life harder for just about everyone except for maybe cats and dogs. Your veterinary team might feel tired, overworked, and anxious as an essential worker during a health crisis. Your clients are stressed because their... Read More