Publicize your diagnostic probing

Publicize your diagnostic probing

Educate veterinary clients—sometimes in 140 characters or less—with these tweets and Facebook posts just for them.
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Jan 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

No time to tweet? Frazzled with Facebook? We can help your practice get the right message out to clients on key pet healthcare topics. This month we're discussing diagnostics. Visit http://dvm360.com/diagnosticposts to snag 10 posts and tweets for your practice's Facebook and Twitter pages. For more categories (e.g., fleas, ticks, behavior, and so on), visit http://dvm360.com/socialmediatoolkit.

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