For the last week of the year, we’re serving up only the best of the best. According to you, our readers, these were the most useful or interesting blog posts of 2016:


The Jumbo Reference List of Pet Puns

One of the best things about managing veterinary social media accounts is the pet puns! Struggling to come up with a pun? Get one from our jumbo list!


The Huge List of Pet Holidays for Veterinary Practice

There are so many pet holidays that it’s hard to keep up. Use our list as a reference point, so you never forget a pet holiday again!


Why You Should NEVER Use Pictures from Google Images in Your Marketing

It’s easy to grab an image from Google Images for your marketing, but it’s a really bad idea. Find out why you should NEVER take images off the Internet.


The 8 Hottest Web Design Trends for 2016

With the new year almost upon us, we’re looking at what’s hot (and what’s not) in web design in 2016. Is your practice website caught up with the trends?


7 Reasons that Clients Aren’t Complying with Your Recommendations

A big struggle for veterinary clinics is a lack of compliance. Find out why your clients aren’t following your recommendations. It might surprise you!


Getting Permission to Photograph Patients [with Consent Form Template]

Are you taking advantage of your greatest marketing resource – your patients? How to get permission to take great photographs of your patients!


How to Improve Your Google Maps Ranking

Want to rank highly in local and Google Maps searches? There are a couple of things your practice should do.


23 Types of Instagram Posts from Real Veterinary Practices

Thinking about adding Instagram to your social media marketing? Here are some awesome post ideas to try out!


Blog Post Ideas for Every Month of the Year

Never get stumped for blog ideas again with this comprehensive list of over 100 pet-related blog post ideas for every month of the year.


4 Painless Ways to Ask for Client Testimonials

Looking to collect more client testimonials but not sure where to start? Here are some ways to easily ask for testimonials.


You can get these and more great veterinary marketing advice in our marketing blog. Thank you for the great year, and we’ll see you again in 2017!

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