Veterinary Holiday Hiatus
We specialize in working with veterinarians, and this time of year, a predictable trend emerges. The holidays, year end, cold weather, travel, etc. either help a vet practice boom or bust. The ones that we see boom utilize digital marketing to always keep their new client and even recurring client numbers at their prime.
Another characteristic we notice helps practices get through the season is by offering boarding. Some practices do this and some aren’t setup to, but we notice that it is a wonderful revenue source throughout the ups and downs while also allowing for a great opportunity to get pets checked up on.
Practices that we have spoken with regarding the help of their growth this time of year have it especially hard as they are not marketing at all. They use outdated and costly means like billboards or direct mailers and do not offer boarding.
These are just some quick and easy insights that we have regarding this time of year in the veterinary space. Feel free to call us at 770-203-1568, so we can help your firm.
Old Veterinarians, Using New Ways
Big reveal...most of our veterinary clients are not youngsters. The owners and lead DVMs we operate alongside are usually 40+ years or older, their practices range from newer to older in respect to their physical tenure.
What we’ve come to find from serving this audience is that they understand the internet is important but don’t know the extent of it’s usage to grow their practices thus many of them don’t know how to most effectively pull the digital levers to scale.
This is where a trusted partner comes in to make a difference. Here at Results Magnet, we aim to help them through explaining the power of the internet, so they can effectively serve more patients and clients. We have proven tactics to make this happen for the practices we partner with and know that we can make a difference for our clients young and old.
Simply call us at 770-203-1568, so we can inspire a difference in your practice growth.
Has your veterinary practice seen unstable or worse, declining growth? We are close to this subject and know that the space is going through a lot of changes like corporate buyouts, big conglomerates moving into town competing with your personalized care, and technology impacting the space.
In these times, we see our clients and soon to be clients are either in feast or famine mode, which is a shame since you’re merely trying to help animals stay happy and healthy. If only it was as easy as flipping the proverbial switch to help your firm be top of mind in your market. Well we think we’ve found the ideal solution.
What if there was a way to traceably and logistically see more new patients come in your door, would that catch your interest? The way we’ve found that this can be best achieved is using the internet which for the vast majority of consumers is now the number one way to begin and end their customer journey.
The map to where you want to be involves being at the top of search engines through paid ads, search engine optimization, a website that inspires potential new clients to contact you compared to the other options.
We hope this got your creative juices flowing. If so, simply email email@example.com to learn more about if we’d make good partners.
Young Vets, Unchartered Waters
When recently speaking with a veterinary subject matter expert in our network, we came across a trend we had not been privy to prior. We’ll admit it, we’re good, but not perfect :) What was revealed to us was surprising and some but not all of you may know about this. Apparently, the new trend in the veterinary space is for very young recent college graduates to buy practices immediately after they’ve finished their schooling.
We were informed that the loans are achievable for these individuals and it’s a bit of a financial wild wild west out there. What is fascinating to us and the expert we were talking about is that while these fresh faces most certainly are able body and mind to work with patients, they likely have very little understanding of the business of a veterinary practice.
This further supplanted that what we do is of value. Whether you’re a recent college graduate owned practice or one owned by a seasoned professional DMV, the practice simply needs to grow it’s revenue streams, and we can do that for you using digital advertising.
Did this get you thinking further? Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there’s a fit for us to work together.