We sincerely enjoy working with local veterinary clinics. Our founder has a rescue dog who’s 3 years old, and he loves him to death. He is our Chief Pup Lex. The veterinary business is going through a big transition these days, with the big conglomerates who are coming into markets throughout the country and outspending, as well as out-promoting, a lot of local vet practices. It seems like a trend we’re seeing more and more of.
Throughout countless vet engagements, we have found a number of methodologies to retain and increase business for veterinary practices by having them in our backyard or throughout the county. Whether you are a practice manager or practice owner, look at our reviews and video testimonial of our vet clients who have seen their businesses obtain the best months since being in business after countless years.
Simply email us at email@example.com and let's talk about how we can help your veterinary practice, hospital, or specialty facility.
Recently, while working on some Facebook ads for a client, we were reminded of just how important digital advertising literacy truly is. This particular client is a gym owner who was getting constantly rejected by the Facebook platform when attempting to post his ads on his business account. He had given up, more or less, and thought it was a lost cause.
Admittedly, with what he was trying to accomplish, we were having some struggles bypassing Facebook's ever restricting ad functionality, but after finding the right wording and content strategy, we got closer to what we needed to make this campaign a winner. The last step we had to take was to get Facebook to review the ads in more depth to see that we weren't trying to manipulate or abuse the Terms of Service, rather persuasively post for our client, who was aiming to help make people more healthy and fit.
After proceeding to take right action with the Facebook team and platform, vwalah, we went live with ads and are helping him generate leads left and right. He was seeing them come in through his email as well as a Google Sheet, which served as a database for mutual lead accountability. Expertise pays, and we aim for nothing less than success!
If Facebook ads have been difficult or not to your standards, we may be able to help. Send us a brief email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's talk.
In business, mentors and guidance should be prized, as long as you want to stay relevant. While speaking with a mentor recently, we were reminded of something extraordinarily important: an agreement is just a piece of paper, and the paper is more expensive than the verbiage written on it more times than not.
When working with vendors, partners, clients, employees, etc. the bond and mutual respect is key. You want to ensure that as often as possible, everyone wins and receives value. This is not something that can be attained all the time as everyone is different and sometimes helping a client to obtain 100 leads a month isn’t actually what they thought they wanted when you bring it fruition as an example.
You have to admit that understanding a contract or an agreement is simply a formality, and an important one, but what is pinnacle is living up to your side of the bargain and bringing the good stuff to the table.
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