Sometimes, the veterinary world can be a bit of a confusing one. Is business all word of mouth, review-based, competition-minded, team-oriented, location- focused, etc? Those factors, amongst others, are wonderful to consider. We think all of the touch points are important and should be optimized to the best of your business abilities.
For practice managers, owners, and DVMs that retain our services, we are experts–increasing new and returning clients each month into perpetuity. If your practice is constantly receiving new clients, you’re helping more patients. When that is achieved, you grow a larger book of repeat customers, who will probably see you at least once maybe twice a year.
So, now the magic answer is how do we do this? Well, that deserves some light that we’d enjoy to share over a conversation but to tease you, we’ll mention Google and Facebook are very good for us to utilize. Don’t wait until 2020, call us at 770-203-1568. It’s time to help more patients.
Whether it’s general practice or specialty, we all have a heart for patients. Clients speak our language, but there is nothing like the soul of an animal, who, in some cases, is helpless to their own health conditions. Thus, when we’re out in the world assisting veterinary practices, we lead with the heart.
Something we do notice, however, is that some practices forget that in order to make the largest impact possible, they have to generate revenue to keep the practice in line with the many expenses that they incur just by having their doors open. When looking to scale, you need a tried and true plan that cares about your financial health and the health of the many patients you can aid. We want to help you increase both.
Results Magnet has a simple mission...we help veterinary practices, old and new, get more patients.
Feel free to call us directly at 770-203-1568 for a complimentary consultation.
We work with a number of AAHA practices, and they’re a pleasure. We also deal with some that are not accredited. To be honest, many consumers don’t necessarily know the difference has been our experience, but boy, is it a badge of honor for practices. On the other hand, those with the accreditation do seem to have some serious pride and joy from being a part of this acclaimed network.
We want you, as our loyal audience, to know that whether you’re AAHA accredited or not, we can help your practice thrive. It is a well earned jewel to have your practice in the ranks and tiers of those who are in the AAHA arena, but online, we can make your practice shine regardless, leading more patients to help and more clients to work with.
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Online, your veterinary practice may seem topnotch and beautiful, or worse, you have a fantastic physical facility but very little digital presence to display it. This is the crux of modern veterinary practices. Are you what you say you are, or are you even spoken for?
To begin, if your practice looks wonderful online, and new clients come in to find an old, smelly, unprofessionally cleaned practice, they’ll feel like they were tricked. We come across countless vet practices in our line of work and many are fantastic online. In person, however, we all know of the ones with buildings in disrepair, smell like a barn, and have a staff seemingly dedicated to making your client experience a bit of a challenge.
In today’s world, you have to ensure your veterinary practice is sharp in the physical sense as well as digitally otherwise the local practices who are will take away your future and current clients in no time, leaving you vacant.
To learn how we can help to ensure your practice is running on all cylinders, particularly online, feel free to email us at email@example.com now.