Do veterinarians need videos on their websites?

Do veterinarians need videos on their websites?

Don't be left behind; harness the power of multimedia.
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Jun 19, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Video content is everywhere on the Internet, and Dr. Laurie Hess says it's time for your website to get on board with videos that serve important educational—and promotional—purposes.

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