2 places you need to be on the Internet

2 places you need to be on the Internet

Stake your claim on the social media landscape.
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May 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

You know their names. The experts have spoken. Is your practice on board? Here Brendan Howard, editor of Veterinary Economics and Firstline, reports on Dave Nicol's advice for veterinary practitioners on claiming your spot in social media.

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